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Wilbur Ross, Trump's Commerce pick, offshored 2,700 jobs since 2004

Donald Coy is pictured in front of the former manufacturing plant in Canton, OhioBillionaire Wilbur Ross, chosen by Donald Trump to help implement the president-elect's trade agenda, earned his fortune in part by running businesses that have offshored thousands of U.S. jobs, according to Labor Department data attained by Reuters. As a high-stakes investor a decade ago, Ross specialized in turning around troubled manufacturing companies at a time when the U.S. economy was losing more than 100,000 jobs yearly due to global trade. Supporters say Ross saved thousands of U.S. jobs by rescuing firms from failure.



On King Day, divisions and hope in the era of Trump

People visit the tomb of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and his wife Coretta Scott King at sunset Monday, Jan. 16, 2017, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Branden Camp)ATLANTA (AP) ? Some civil rights leaders say Donald Trump's presidency could improve race relations in the United States because it forces more frank conversations about inequality and tension.



Lavrov: Russia invites Trump officials to Syria talks

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, center, holds a meeting in Moscow, Russia, Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. Lavrov is meeting with representatives of Palestinian political parties and movements. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin)MOSCOW (AP) ? Russia's foreign minister says that Moscow is inviting representatives of the incoming U.S. administration to attend upcoming Syria talks in Kazakhstan.



Federer's 17 majors stack up nicely against everyone else

Switzerland's Roger Federer celebrates after defeating Austria's Jurgen Melzer in their first round match at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) ? The 64 players contesting second-round matches at the Australian Open on Wednesday have won a total of 36 Grand Slam singles titles. One guy, however, has nearly half of them.



Merkel, responding to Trump, says Europe's fate is in its own handsBERLIN (Reuters) - Europe's destiny lies in its own hands, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday in response to comments from U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, who said in a newspaper interview he believed other countries would leave the EU after Britain.
France's Sapin says UK government seems to be "improvising" on BrexitThe British government was not prepared for taking Britain out of the European Union and now appears to be improvising on its Brexit policy, French Finance Minister Michel Sapin said on Tuesday. "All of this shows how helpless the British government is in the face of a situation that some of them didn't want," Sapin added.
Istanbul gunman captured after more than 2 weeks on run

Istanbul Gov. Vasip Sahin, left, accompanied by Police Chief Mustafa Caliskan, talks to the media during a news conference regarding the arrest of a suspect of New Year's nightclub attack in Istanbul, Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017. Police said they had caught the gunman who killed 39 people at the attack on a nightclub in Istanbul during New Year's celebrations. Sachin said it's clear that the attack was carried out on behalf of the Islamic State group. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)ISTANBUL (AP) ? Turkish police captured the gunman who carried out the deadly New Year's nightclub attack in Istanbul, with officials saying Tuesday that he's an Uzbekistan national who trained in Afghanistan and confessed to the massacre.



Trump tries to calm tensions after Lewis squabble

President-elect Donald Trump shakes hands with Martin Luther King III, son of Martin Luther King Jr. at Trump Tower in New York, Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)NEW YORK (AP) ? Donald Trump spoke of national unity to a son of Martin Luther King Jr., seeking to ease friction over the president-elect's squabble with Rep. John Lewis, a protege of the slain civil rights leader.



Turkey says New Year's nightclub attacker captured in Istanbul

FILE PHOTO - A man places flowers at the entrance of Reina nightclub, which was attacked by a gunman, in IstanbulBy Daren Butler ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish police have captured the gunman who killed 39 people in an Istanbul nightclub on New Year's Day after a two-week manhunt, authorities said on Tuesday, seizing him with four other suspects at a hideout in an outlying suburb of the city. Istanbul Governor Vasip Sahin named the man as Abdulgadir Masharipov and said he was born in 1983 in Uzbekistan and received training in Afghanistan. "He knew four languages and was well-educated," Sahin told a news conference after Masharipov's capture overnight.



Istanbul nightclub attack suspect confesses

Turkish special forces police patrol in front of the Reina nightclub in Istanbul, where a gunman killed 39 people on New Year's nightA 34-year-old Uzbek man suspected of mowing down 39 people at an Istanbul nightclub on New Year's Eve confessed on Tuesday to the massacre, Turkish authorities said. In a dramatic assault in the early hours of Tuesday morning, Turkish police raided an Istanbul apartment and detained Abdulgadir Masharipov after a massive weeks-long manhunt. "The terrorist confessed his crime," Istanbul governor Vasip Sahin told reporters at a news conference, saying the suspect's fingerprints matched those of the attacker.