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Police: 5 killed in shooting at nightclub at Mexican resort

Police: 5 killed in shooting at nightclub at Mexican resortA shooting attack at an electronic music festival in Mexico's Caribbean coast resort of Playa del Carmen on Monday left five people dead, including two Canadians, an Italian and a Colombian, authorities ...



IMF boosts US growth estimate on expected stimulus

IMF predicts world growth of 3.4 percent this year and 3.6 percent in 2018The International Monetary Fund on Monday boosted its estimates for US growth on expected stimulus spending by the incoming Trump administration, but kept the forecast for global growth unchanged. The IMF's quarterly World Economic Outlook (WEO) however said the forecasts for 2017 and 2018 are beset by uncertainty and risk, including signs of rising protectionism. It sees world growth of 3.4 percent this year and 3.6 percent in 2018, unchanged from the October report, as concerns about slowing in major developing economies were offset by the recovery in advanced economies and China.



IMF boosts growth forecast for US, cites Trump impact

FILE - In this Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016, file photo, International Monetary Fund Economic Counsellor Maurice Obstfeld speaks at a news conference during the World Bank/IMF Annual Meetings, at IMF headquarters in Washington. The IMF announced Monday, Jan. 16, 2017, it is raising its forecast for the U.S. economy in 2017 and in 2018, reflecting an expected boost from the economic policies of President-elect Donald Trump. "The global economic landscape started to shift in the second half of 2016," Obstfeld said, helped by a rebound in manufacturing activity in many countries and the financial market rally that started with Trump's November election victory. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File)WASHINGTON (AP) ? The International Monetary Fund on Monday raised its forecast for the U.S. economy over the next two years, saying President-elect Donald Trump's policies should boost economic growth, particularly in 2018. But officials warned that if Trump's protectionist trade proposals set off a trade war, that could be "quite destructive" for the global economy.



Tunisian beach gunman 'walked nearly two miles' before being shot, UK inquest hears

Tourists pass a plaque dedicated to victims on the beach of the Imperial Marhaba resort, on the first anniversary of an attack by a gunman at the hotel in SousseBy Alistair Smout LONDON (Reuters) - The gunman who murdered 30 Britons on a Tunisian beach in 2015 had been able to walk nearly two miles on his killing spree before being shot dead by security forces, inquests into the deaths heard on Monday. Evidence critical of local authorities' response and of tour operator TUI is expected to form part of the inquiry, a lawyer said. The inquests, being held collectively at the Royal Courts of Justice, are expected to last around six weeks.



King's daughter: Fight 'no matter who is in White House'

James R. Johnson hands out programs before the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday commemorative service at Ebenezer Baptist Church, Monday, Jan. 16, 2017, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Branden Camp)ATLANTA (AP) ? As civil rights leaders and activists gather at sites across the country to celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., the slain civil rights leader's daughter is encouraging Americans to fight for his vision of love and justice "no matter who is in the White House."



Germany says NATO concerned about Trump 'obsolete' remark

German Foreign Minister Steinmeier and his Austrian counterpart Sebastian Kurz at 23rd OSCE Ministerial Council in HamburgBy Tom Körkemeier and Andreas Rinke BRUSSELS/BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's Foreign Minister said on Monday that U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's comments that NATO was obsolete had aroused concern across the 28-member alliance. Frank-Walter Steinmeier, speaking after a meeting with alliance Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg in Brussels, said Trump's remarks contradicted views expressed by designated Defense Secretary James Mattis. "I've spoken today not only with EU foreign ministers but NATO foreign ministers as well and can report that the signals are that there's been no easing of tensions," Steinmeier told reporters when asked about Trump's interview with Bild newspaper and the Times of London.



Hard Brexit fears hit pound ahead of May speech

A pedestrian shelters under an umbrella as she walks past a money exchange sign in central LondonBritain's pound fell on Monday as concern rose that the country is heading for a "hard" Brexit from the European Union and its single market, a day before a speech by Prime Minister Theresa May on the government's plans. Some British newspapers have billed May's speech on Tuesday as a shift away from preferential EU single market access - in order to win restrictions on immigration - and a toughening of the UK's stance toward an economic bloc that accounts for roughly half its exports and imports. A spokeswoman for May, who will also attend a gathering of the world's economic elite in Davos, Switzerland, this week, called the reports about the tone of her upcoming speech "speculation".



Stocks retreat as pound tanks on Brexit fear

Reports British Prime Minister Theresa May is aiming for a "hard Brexit" cause the pound to tumbleThe pound slumped Monday on reports British Prime Minister Theresa May was ready to take the country out of the European Union in a so-called "hard Brexit". Sterling's weakness sent London's FTSE 100 index to a fresh record high, although the index later fell back and closed with a slight loss, ending a record 14-session winning streak. "The main action today has been on the currency market with the pound sliding to its lowest levels since the October flash crash, below 1.2000 against the US dollar, as markets price in further uncertainty ahead of tomorrows scheduled speech by UK Prime Minister Theresa May about how the UK intends to conduct its Brexit negotiations," said Michael Hewson, chief market analyst at CMC Markets UK.



Impish, boyish looks permeate Milan's menswear runways

A model wears a creation for Etro men's Fall-Winter 2017-2018 collection, part of the Milan Fashion Week, unveiled in Milan, Italy, Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)MILAN (AP) ? Impish, boyish looks are permeating the Milan menswear runway this season, and the mood seems to be a search for a simpler past.



DeVos to face questions over schools, conservative activism

FILE - In this Nov. 19, 2016 file photo, President-elect Donald Trump stands with Education Secretary-designate Betsy DeVos in Bedminster, N.J. Charter school advocate and wealthy Republican donor Betsy DeVos is widely expected to push for expanding school choice programs if confirmed as education secretary, causing outrage among teachers? unions. But Democrats and rights activists also are raising concerns about how her conservative Christian beliefs and advocacy for family values might impact minority and LGBT students. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)WASHINGTON (AP) ? Charter school advocate Betsy DeVos is widely expected to push for expanding school choice programs if confirmed as education secretary, prompting pushback from teachers unions. But Democrats and activists also are raising concerns about how her conservative Christian beliefs and advocacy for family values might impact minority and LGBT students.