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Mexican resort shooting kills 5, panics festival-goers

In this photo released by Por Esto de Quintana Roo, a first responder aids a woman wounded after a shooting at an electronic music festival in the Caribbean coast resort of Playa del Carmen, Mexico, early Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. The deadly shooting occurred in the early morning hours outside the Blue Parrot nightclub while it was hosting part of the BPM electronic music festival, according to police. (Por Esto de Quintana Roo, via AP)PLAYA DEL CARMEN, Mexico (AP) ? Gunfire broke out in a crowded beachfront nightclub throbbing with electronic music before dawn Monday, causing five deaths and setting off a bloody stampede by screaming concertgoers at an international festival in this Caribbean resort.

AP Source: GM to announce $1B factory investment, new jobsDETROIT (AP) ? A person briefed on the matter says General Motors will announce a $1 billion investment in its factories that will create or keep around 1,000 jobs.
Prescott feels pain, but is part of promise for Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) walks off the field after losing to the Green Bay Packers in an NFL divisional playoff football game Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017, in Arlington, Texas. The Packers won 34-31. (AP Photo/Michael Ainsworth)FRISCO, Texas (AP) ? Dak Prescott playfully tried to negotiate the length of his second meeting with reporters in less than 24 hours after experiencing the pain of a last-play loss in the NFL playoffs for the first time.

Sundance to 'engage and provoke' with focus on climate

Hollywood actor Robert Redford founded the Sundance Film Festival in 1985 to turn the lens on independent moviesThe Sundance Film Festival opens in Utah Thursday, promising to set the agenda for independent cinema and starting the 2018 Oscars buzz a month before this year's statuettes are awarded. The annual gathering, founded in 1985 by iconic screen outlaw Robert Redford, turns the lens on 118 independent features, as Hollywood descends on the ski resort of Park City for the 33rd edition. "From the passion and chaos of creativity, independent filmmakers make decisions to harness that energy, break new ground and tell their stories," Redford, 80, said in a statement.

Poor Mexico workers fear Trump trade effect

Unfinished buldings on the site of a cancelled Ford car factory in Villa de Reyes, near San Luis Potosi, MexicoIn a rocky desert of northern Mexico, impoverished villagers fear they may be the first people in the world to suffer the impact of US President-elect Donald Trump's trade crackdown. In the town of Villa de Reyes stand the square white skeletons of two huge buildings: an unfinished Ford car factory. The $1.6-billion plant was expected to bring thousands of jobs to the area, but Ford abruptly called off the project this month in the state of San Luis Potosi.

Pliskova, Konta win 1st-round matches at Australian Open

Britain's Johanna Konta makes a forehand return to Belgium's Kirsten Flipkens during their first round match at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017. (AP Photo/Andy Brownbill)MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) ? Karolina Pliskova and Johanna Konta had their Grand Slam breakthroughs last year, and both prepared for the season's first major with title runs in Australia.

The Trump transition, tweet by tweet

Since winning the presidency, Donald Trump has leaned heavily on social media as a promotional tool -- including to his 19.8 million Twitter followersSince winning the presidency, Donald Trump has exploited Twitter to make administrative announcements, weigh in on foreign policy -- and hurl barbs at anyone who crosses him. During his presidential transition, he has picked fights on Twitter with China, Mexico, Lockheed Martin, Toyota, the media, President Barack Obama, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Meryl Streep and the cast of "Hamilton," among others. -- Hillary Clinton eventually won the popular vote by nearly 2.9 million votes.

Gene Cernan, last astronaut to walk on the moon, dies at 82

FILE - In an undated file photo provided by NASA, US Navy Commander and Astronaut for the upcoming Apollo 17, Eugene Cernan, is pictured in his space suit. NASA announced that former astronaut Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon, died Monday, Jan. 16, 2017, surrounded by his family. He was 82. (NASA via AP)HOUSTON (AP) ? Astronaut Gene Cernan traced his only child's initials in the dust of the lunar surface. Then he climbed into the lunar module for the ride home, becoming the last person to walk on the moon.

No. 9 UNC tops Syracuse 85-68 for Williams' 800th career win

North Carolina's Kennedy Meeks (3) handles the ball as Syracuse's Taurean Thompson, right, defends during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Chapel Hill, N.C., Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. (AP Photo/Ben McKeown)CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) ? Hall of Fame coach Roy Williams earned his 800th career victory when Isaiah Hicks scored 20 points to lead No. 9 North Carolina to an 85-68 victory over Syracuse on Monday night.

Trump meets King's eldest son on civil rights holiday

US President-elect Donald Trump shakes hands with Martin Luther King III after a meeting at Trump Tower in New York CityPresident-elect Donald Trump praised Martin Luther King Jr as a "great man" and met with his eldest son on the US holiday honoring the slain civil rights icon, amid a brewing spat with one of King's close collaborators, John Lewis. The meeting -- just days before Trump takes office swearing -- appeared to be an effort by the Republican to reach out to the black community amid his public stand-off with Lewis, a high-profile lawmaker who has questioned the legitimacy of the US presidential election and vowed to boycott the inauguration. "Celebrate Martin Luther King Day and all of the many wonderful things that he stood for," Trump tweeted prior to the meeting.