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Televisa exec shot dead outside Mexico City while riding bike

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Adolfo Lagos, the head of struggling Mexican broadcaster Grupo Televisa’s telecoms unit izzi, was shot dead on Sunday on the outskirts of Mexico City, the state attorney general’s office said in a statement. The attorney general’s office for the State of Mexico, which surrounds the capital, said it was investigating the homicide near the ancient Teotihuacan pyramids. It said Lagos was on a bicycle when he was shot. He died in hospital from his wounds. Press reports said Lagos died after group of men tried toRead More

Sessions says he now recalls campaign meeting where Russia discussed

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Tuesday he now recalls a meeting with then-candidate Donald Trump and aides where campaign connections to Russia were discussed, despite earlier testifying that he was unaware of any such contacts. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies before a House Judiciary Committee hearing on oversight of the Justice Department on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., November 14, 2017. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein Sessions, addressing the House Judiciary Committee, said he recalled the March 2016 meeting where foreign policy advisor George Papadopoulos wasRead More

‘Most armed man in America’ on mass shootings Video – Sharing #ABC #News Feed

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NHL great Ovechkin forms ‘Putin Team’ movement to back Kremlin leader

(Reuters) – Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin is forming a public movement in support of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is all but certain to seek a new term in office next year. FILE PHOTO: Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) and Russian national ice hockey team member Alexander Ovechkin (2nd L) hold a certificate thanking Ovechkin for the great contribution into the team’s victory at the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow, May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin Ovechkin, a Russian national team forward, made ice hockey history last month, scoring four goalsRead More

Suntory Beverage, PepsiCo to form Thai soft drinks JV

TOKYO (Reuters) – Suntory Beverage & Food Ltd (2587.T) said on Thursday it has agreed to set up in Thailand a soft drink joint venture with PepsiCo Inc (PEP.N) in March, as it looks to expand in the Southeast Asian country. Bottles of Pepsi are pictured at a grocery store in Pasadena, California, U.S., July 11, 2017. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni The Japanese company will buy 51 percent of shares in International Beverage, PepsiCo’s Thai beverage business, for around 33 billion yen ($289.63 million), it said in a statement. The deal willRead More

Kid Rock rules out run for U.S. Senate after feeding rumors

(Reuters) – Singer Kid Rock ruled out running for a seat in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday, saying in a radio interview that his earlier hints about seeking office next year were a lark as he readied to release a new album and go on tour. FILE PHOTO: Kid Rock inducts rock band Cheap Trick at the 31st annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, U.S. on April 8, 2016. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz/File Photo Rock, 46, a supporter of U.S. PresidentRead More

UK to publish draft energy price cap laws, seeking to fix ‘broken’ market

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain will publish on Thursday a draft law designed to cap consumer energy prices for millions of households, taking action to try and fix a market it says punishes loyal customers. Prime Minister Theresa May first proposed a price cap on the energy sector earlier this year, the biggest market intervention since its privatization almost 30 years ago. Her announcement last week that the plan would go ahead initially wiped more than 900 million pounds ($1.19 billion) off the value of the two British listed companies CentricaRead More

US hurricane damage likely depressed job growth in September

The September jobs report the government will release Friday morning will probably show a sharp drop in hiring compared with August because of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The two storms inflicted heavy damage in Texas, Florida and other parts of the Southeast. Thousands of businesses had to shut their doors, leaving many people temporarily out of work. Economists have forecast that employers added just 80,000 jobs last month, barely half the 156,000 they added in August, according to data provider FactSet. That would be the lowest job gain since March.Read More

Las Vegas shooting death toll rises to 59, no apparent connection to international terror

At least 59 people were killed and 527 injured in Las Vegas Sunday night when a gunman opened fire on a music festival crowd from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, in what is now the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history. The death toll from the incident could possibly go up, said Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg in a press conference Monday afternoon. Jason Aldean was the headliner of Sunday night’s concert; video showed him rushing off the stage amid the gunfire. Other performers fromRead More

Uber reviews Asia business amid U.S. bribery probe: source

(Reuters) – Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL], which is the subject of a U.S. federal probe into whether it broke bribery laws, has started a review of its Asia operations and notified U.S. authorities about payments made by staff to police officers in Indonesia, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters. The review comes after Uber said in August it was cooperating with a preliminary investigation led by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) into whether its managers violated U.S. laws against bribery of foreign officials, specifically the Foreign CorruptRead More