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Delaware man accused of taking thumb from 2,000-year-old Chinese terra-cotta warrior

A 2,000-year-old terra-cotta warrior valued at $4.5 million and considered a "priceless part of China's cultural heritage" is missing a thumb, but surveillance video helped lead the FBI to both the thumb and a suspect in the theft.


Coleman can go faster, former world record holder Greene says

(Reuters) - Newly crowned 60 meters world record holder Christian Coleman can run even faster in both the indoor race and the outdoor 100 meters, former holder Maurice Greene believes.

Conflicts of Interest

President or Luxury Towers: Either Way, Trump Is the Rage in India

President Trump’s eldest son is headed to India on a sales trip for the family’s real estate business. Indians are star-struck by a family both rich and famous.

Opinion: Indictments reveal strong probability that Russia handed Trump the presidency

As both a prosecutor and defense attorney, I have written and reviewed many indictments. Though often brimming with legalese, they are designed by prosecutors to tell a compelling and detailed crime story. The indictment announced Friday in the Mueller investigation told just such a story -- of Russian attempts to sabotage the American presidential election.

Liberalism (US Politics)

Op-Ed Columnist: You’re Wrong! I’m Right!

On both sides we’re too quick to reject the other’s views.


South Korean filmmaker hopeful Olympics will improve ties with North

BERLIN (Reuters) - South Korean filmmaker Kim Ki-duk said on Saturday he hoped for an improvement in relations between North and South Korea given both countries were taking part in the Olympics on the southern part of the peninsula.


Christopher Bailey Takes a Final Walk Down the Burberry Runway

Mr. Bailey is leaving the company he led as both chief designer and C.E.O. A new management team now has to revive the brand’s critical and financial fortunes.


Wind, snow and frozen phones: How to survive the coldest Olympics

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea - Before the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics began on Feb 9, Magnus Strom and his Reuters colleague Sylvain Marchandise, both experienced skiers, spent five days on a frigid mountain, skiing to locations on the alpine skiing course. They laid hundreds of meters of cable a day so Reuters journalists can send pictures and text stories down from the slopes to editors in the media center.

Rebuffing Sessions, senators advance criminal justice reform bill

Senators of both parties on Thursday moved forward their long-odds legislation to enact some degree of reform for the federal criminal justice system.

CDC: Flu vaccine just 36% effective this season

Flu season is still raging in the United States, yet already it ranks among the most difficult in recent years. One reason: This year's vaccine has been just 36% effective against both A and B virus strains, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated in Thursday's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.


Golf: Twin caddies steal the show as Southgate, Siem shoot aces

(Reuters) - A pair of twin brothers stole the limelight as caddies at the Oman Open on Thursday, playing a part as England's Matthew Southgate and Germany's Marcel Siem both shot holes-in-one.


Eat: A Chef’s Dream to Restore an Ancient West African Grain

For the Senegalese-American chef Pierre Thiam, a meal with fonio tastes of both past and future.

Trump, Donald J

Trump, a Week After Porter Resigned, Says He’s ‘Totally Opposed’ to Spousal Abuse

Mr. Trump’s statement, which members of both parties had said was long overdue, came as the president’s chief of staff faced new questions about his handling of the case.


German Coalition Deal Has Both Sides Sour, Even Before the Ink Dries

Chancellor Angela Merkel has been forced to make a spirited defense, while her prospective partner, head of the Social Democrats, was pushed aside.


Ice Hockey: Japan win as unified Korea enjoy special moment

GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - Japan carried the day on Wednesday when the long-time national rivalry with North Asian neighbors North and South Korea spilled on to Olympic ice, beating Korea's unified women's ice hockey team 4-1 in a game of firsts for both teams.


Building diplomacy, not just walls: U.S. starts work on new Mexico embassy

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The United States broke ground on a new $943 million embassy in Mexico City on Tuesday, a move hailed by officials from both countries as a win for diplomacy after months of tension over President Donald Trump's plan to build a tall border wall.

Sanders: White House, FBI are both telling the truth

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders defends the White House's timeline about when it learned of domestic abuse allegations leveled against former aide Rob Porter.


What to Do When Laptops and Silence Take Over Your Cafe?

Faced with remote workers, small-business owners are scrambling for a strategy: Cultivate those customers, unplug the Wi-Fi — or both.

Kidney stones on the rise in US, study suggests

Kidney stones may be increasing among both men and women in the US, a new study says.

Analysis: What makes no sense about Trump's response to Porter allegations

On Monday afternoon, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders read a prepared statement about the White House's handling of allegations that former staff secretary Rob Porter had physically and mentally abused both his ex-wives.

African-American portrait artist: Can't ignore Obamas' choice of artists like us

The artist who painted former President Barack Obama's official presidential portrait hailed the former first couple's choice of black artists for both paintings, calling it a signal that it was now OK for the work of artists who look like them to hang in the halls of the world's great institutions.

Obamas' official portraits unveiled

The National Portrait Gallery has unveiled portraits of former President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama, both painted by African-American artists who were chosen by the Obamas.


McDonald succeeds Gerry Adams as Sinn Fein president

DUBLIN (Reuters) - Mary Lou McDonald was confirmed as the new president of Sinn Fein on Saturday, taking over from Gerry Adams in a handover that could advance the nationalist party's ambition of governing on both sides of the Irish border.

Reid, Joy

How Joy Reid of MSNBC Became a Heroine of the Resistance

The daughter of immigrants, she spars fiercely with supporters of President Trump, both on the air and in the Twitter ether.


Critics in Merkel's conservatives vow to block coalition projects

BERLIN (Reuters) - The business wing of Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives on Saturday vowed to block certain projects included in this week's coalition agreement with the Social Democrats (SPD), as tensions roiled both political blocs.


China's top diplomat tells Trump hopes to increase coordination on North Korea

BEIJING (Reuters) - China hopes both it and the United States can increase their coordination on the North Korea issue, China's top diplomat Yang Jiechi told U.S. President Donald Trump during a meeting in Washington, China's Foreign Ministry said on Saturday.

Midterm Elections (2018)

Arizona G.O.P. Tiptoes Between a Trump-Loving Base and a Leery Wider Electorate

With possibly two Senate seats open, and as many as three competitive House seats, Arizona could be ground zero this year, but both parties are torn by divisions in the electorate.

Books and Literature

Self-Helped: How One Book Changed My Relationship With Money

The nine-step money-management system in “Your Money or Your Life” allowed both its writers to retire early.

A big victory for Trump

President Donald Trump walks away from a turbulent week with a major political victory in the form of a massive deal that raises military and domestic spending caps by $300 billion, giving both parties many items that they have been looking for, and raising the debt ceiling until March 2019.


Wall Street on course for worst week in six years

(Reuters) - U.S. stock markets were set to open flat to lower on Friday, putting both the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average on course for their biggest weekly losses in at least six years.


EMERGING MARKETS-LatAm equities fall amid global caution, monetary concerns

SAO PAULO, Feb 8 (Reuters) - Latin American equities fell sharply on Thursday, as local markets continued to mirror global caution following a sell-off in North America and Europe, while fears of more restrictive regional monetary policy also took a toll. Mexico's IPC was the region's biggest loser, falling 2.28 percent, while Brazil's Bovespa fell 1.49 percent. Chile's blue-chip IPSA index and Colombia's IGBC both fell more than 1.7 percent. Across the region, eyes were also on loc


Colombia, Brazil tighten borders as Venezuelan crisis deepens

CUCUTA, Colombia/BRASILIA (Reuters) - Colombia and Brazil tightened border controls with Venezuela on Thursday as both nations grapple with a mounting influx of hundreds of thousands of desperate migrants fleeing a worsening economic crisis.

Sen. Paul warns of 'day of reckoning'

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) is blocking a vote on a spending bill as the deadline to avoid a government shutdown approaches, saying that both Republicans and Democrats are careless with taxpayer money.

United States Economy

We All Have a Stake in the Stock Market, Right? Guess Again

Wall Street’s up and downs have little impact on the income or wealth of most Americans, despite the bromides of politicians on both sides of the aisle.

Analysis: 6 questions the White House needs to answer

The resignation of White House staff secretary Rob Porter after accusations that he abused both of his ex-wives raised lots -- and lots -- of questions about who knew what and when, and why no one acted before pictures emerged of his then-wife with a black eye.


Maritime patrol aircraft seen as key in Asia, but buyers elusive

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - When Boeing's P-8A Poseidon first arrived at the Singapore Airshow two years ago, it caused a stir. Defence buyers around the region were intrigued by the new aircraft, which was touted as reliable, capable and absolutely necessary in a region abundant with naval tension, both above and below the water.


AIRSHOW-Maritime patrol aircraft seen as key in Asia, but buyers elusive

SINGAPORE, Feb 8 (Reuters) - When Boeing's P-8A Poseidon first arrived at the Singapore Airshow two years ago, it caused a stir. Defence buyers around the region were intrigued by the new aircraft, which was touted as reliable, capable and absolutely necessary in a region abundant with naval tension, both above and below the water.

Pressure grows on Paul Ryan to commit to immigration debate

A group of lawmakers of both parties is putting increasing pressure on House Speaker Paul Ryan to make a commitment to bring immigration legislation to the floor and allow an open debate like the Senate.


Exclusive: Cuba grants visa to senior U.S. diplomat to lead Havana embassy

HAVANA/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Cuba has given a visa to a senior American diplomat to lead the U.S. embassy in Havana, a U.S. official said, in a sign both nations want to keep open lines of communication despite a sharp deterioration in relations since President Donald Trump took office.

Senate leaders unveiled a two-year deal, a victory for both parties that could prevent a government shutdown

Senate leaders unveiled a two-year budget deal Wednesday, a major victory for both parties that could prevent a government shutdown at the end of this week.

Computers and the Internet

$2.4 Billion Deal for Chelsea Market Enlarges Google’s New York Footprint

The deal calls attention to the technology sector’s rapid expansion in the city, both in the numbers employed and the square footage occupied.

Clapper: Trump insults are normal now

In an interview with CNN's Alisyn Camerota, Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said that President Trump's insults, such as calling people "leakers" and "liars," don't bother him because they have become normal.

Travel and Vacations

On the Border: Along the Rio Grande, a Hot Spring and a Warm Welcome

In Big Bend National Park in Texas: towering canyons and a 105-degree pool. In Boquillas, Mexico: cheese enchiladas and old-world charm. A boat takes you to both.

NTSB: Sleep apnea led to 2 train crashes

Sleep apnea led to two commuter railroad accidents within 13 weeks of one another, the National Transport Safety Board said Tuesday. The NTSB said the sleep disorder caused engineer fatigue and that in both accidents, engineers failed to stop their trains before reaching the end of a terminating track.


'Black Panther' gets superhero reception from critics

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - "Black Panther," the first black standalone Marvel superhero movie, won rave reviews on Tuesday with critics praising both its adventure and its portrayal of a majestic Africa.


Freestyle skiing: Cold weather brings joy for moguls favorite Kingsbury

PYEONGCHANG (Reuters) - The biting cold in Pyeongchang may be bothering some in the build-up to the Winter Games, but for Canadian mogul skiing favorite Mikael Kingsbury the weather is a blessing in his bid to clinch his first Olympic gold.

Your relationship has hit a 'rough patch.' Now what?

You buy a sports car, start hitting the gym and have an affair: It's the stereotypical midlife crisis, one we've seen played out both onscreen and in real life.


Curling: Team USA's Hamiltons keep sibling rivalry on ice

PYEONGCHANG (Reuters) - Ask brother-sister team mates Matt and Becca Hamilton which one is the alpha personality on their U.S. mixed doubles Olympic curling team and they are both likely to raise their hands.


UPDATE 2-German industrial union, employers reach pace-setting pay deal

* Both sides recommend deal be adopted nationally (Releads with regional pay deal)


Wall Street plunges, S&P 500 erases 2018's gains

(Reuters) - U.S. stocks plunged in highly volatile trading on Monday, with both the S&P 500 and Dow Industrials indices slumping more than 4.0 percent, as the Dow notched its biggest intraday decline in history with a nearly 1,600-point drop and Wall Street erased its gains for the year.

Gymnasts honor Nassar survivors

UCLA faced off against the University of Oklahoma Sunday in a gymnastics meet where the air was full of solidarity for members of both teams who suffered sexual abuse at the hands of Larry Nassar.


Trilobites: New Form of Water, Both Liquid and Solid, Is ‘Really Strange’

Long theorized to be found in the mantles of Uranus and Neptune, the confirmation of the existence of superionic ice could lead to the development of new materials.


Apple, Cisco team up with insurance companies to offer cyber policy discounts

(Reuters) - Apple Inc and Cisco Systems Inc have teamed up with insurer Allianz SE to offer discounts on cyber insurance to businesses that primarily use equipment from both technology companies, they said on Monday.

There were plenty of winners and losers on Super Bowl Sunday

The Super Bowl has long since gone well beyond being a game, becoming more of a national holiday that celebrates the collective love of football, television and the advertising that helps make both possible.


Britain will not 'surrender' in battle for bespoke Brexit deal: Rudd

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will press for a bespoke deal with the European Union to ensure both frictionless trade and the ability for the country to negotiate trade deals with other countries, Interior Minister Amber Rudd said on Sunday.

Books and Literature

Most Afghans Can’t Read, but Their Book Trade Is Booming

Fueled by pent-up demand for both outside views and local authors, Kabul book publishers and sellers are flourishing — and feeding a need for escape.


Tennis: Injury-hit France tied with Netherlands in Davis Cup

PARIS (Reuters) - Holders France ran into a spot of bother as they split the opening day's singles matches to finish locked at 1-1 with Netherlands in the first round of their Davis Cup World Group tie after being hit by injuries on Friday. French number one Jo-Wilfried Tsonga had been ruled out of the tie with a knee problem and Lucas Pouille, who was scheduled to play the first singles rubber, pulled out injured on Friday.

How to talk about Super Bowl LII if you don't know what to talk about

It's almost time for the Super Bowl or, if you're not within the roughly 250-mile radius that comprises both team's fanbases, the fancy football game you're socially obligated to watch despite your deep and almost bitter apathy towards the outcome.


Exxon, Chevron shares plunge after weak results spook Street

HOUSTON (Reuters) - Exxon Mobil Corp and Chevron Corp posted rare quarterly earnings misses on Friday as cost cuts and rising oil prices failed to offset weakness in international refining operations, sending shares of both companies plunging.


Refining weakness drags down Exxon, Chevron results; shares plunge

HOUSTON (Reuters) - Exxon Mobil Corp and Chevron Corp posted rare quarterly earnings misses on Friday as cost cuts and rising oil prices failed to offset weakness in international refining operations, sending shares of both companies plunging.

Books and Literature

A Writer’s Controversial Past That Will Not Die

Peter Matthiessen’s nephew recalls both his uncle’s career as a writer and his experience as an operative for the C.I.A.


Sony CEO Hirai to step down, turnaround ally Yoshida to take helm

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Sony Corp said CEO Kazuo Hirai would be handing over the reins to finance chief Kenichiro Yoshida, while at the same time forecast a record annual profit that highlights the revival in fortune that they have both engineered.


A tale of two Guantanamos

GUANTANAMO BAY U.S. NAVAL BASE, Cuba (Reuters) - On the eastern edge of Cuba, lies the tale of two cities, Guantanamo the city and Guantanamo the U.S. naval base. Both are testament to the gulf between the two countries and their cultures.


Two U.S. lawmakers voice concerns over Philip Morris tobacco trials

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two Democratic U.S. senators said they have fresh concerns over clinical trials conducted by Philip Morris International Inc as it seeks U.S. clearance to market its iQOS electronic tobacco product as less risky than cigarettes, according to statements both senators provided to Reuters.


Goodell, President Trump remain at odds over player protests

MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) - National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell and President Donald Trump remained on a collision course after both men conceded no ground on the issue of players kneeling in protest at racial injustice during the national anthem.


German parties agree on pensions as coalition talks progress

BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives agreed with their would-be Social Democrat (SPD) partners on Wednesday to cap pension contributions, a sign of steady progress in coalition talks which both sides aim to conclude within a week.


Trump fixes gaze on Republicans during speech to U.S. Congress

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said in his speech to Congress on Tuesday that he wanted to extend an "open hand" to work with both parties on issues like immigration but he spent most of the address facing Republicans while seldom glancing at Democrats.


Pistons' Drummond to replace injured Wall in All Star Game

(Reuters) - Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond will replace the injured John Wall in next month’s All Star Game, the NBA announced on Tuesday. Washington point guard Wall has been bothered by a left knee injury and will undergo surgery that is expected to sideline him for close to two months.

Climate scientists moving aboard for work

President Donald Trump's disdain for climate science has some American scientists heading to France and the move is affecting both countries. CNN's Jim Bittermann reports.


Canada debates new harassment legislation amid #MeToo storm

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's parliament began debate on Monday on new legislation to tighten workplace harassment rules, including those governing politicians, as allegations of sexual misconduct mounted against lawmakers on both sides of the political spectrum.


Rivals on Xbox, Partners Onstage

Sam Crane and Iestyn Davies both play a famed opera singer in “Farinelli and the King.” But off hours, their passion for soccer takes hold.

GOP and Dems stress compromise in immigration talks

Members of both political parties are emphasizing a need for compromise on immigration negotiations, amid pressure to reach a deal on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.


Bolivia Tells President His Time Is Up. He Isn’t Listening.

Voters told President Evo Morales in a referendum it was time to retire. But he intends to run again, part of a tilt toward authoritarian tendencies among both the left and right in Latin America.

Fitzgerald, Patrick J

In Nassar Case, Michigan State Wanted Famed Ex-Prosecutor to Both Examine and Defend It

Patrick J. Fitzgerald said he found no evidence university employees knew the doctor was molesting patients. Critics say his review was tainted.


Big guns silenced as Spain, Sweden reach Euro handball final

ZAGREB (Reuters) - Both favorites were knocked out of the European handball championship semi-finals on Friday as Spain beat world champions France 27-23 and Sweden edged Olympic title holders Denmark 35-34 after extra time.


Wall Street climbs on Intel, healthcare boost

(Reuters) - Wall Street climbed on Friday as both the S&P 500 and Dow hit records on the latest round of strong earnings reports, including results from Intel and AbbVie, as well as continued weakness in the dollar.


Duterte tells Suu Kyi rights activists are 'just a noisy bunch'

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte told Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi, heavily criticized abroad for failing to stand up for largely stateless Rohingya Muslims, that she shouldn't bother about rights activists as they are "just a noisy bunch".


Nikkei edges up after U.S. stocks rise; Fujitsu surges

TOKYO, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei share average edged up on Friday morning, with exporters supported by both the dollar regaining strength and a rise in U.S. stocks overnight, while Fujitsu soared after revealing talks to sell its mobile phone business.


Trading Technologies-Coinbase deal to bridge bitcoin and futures

NEW YORK, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Trading software provider Trading Technologies International Inc said on Thursday it has teamed up with crypto-currency exchange operator Coinbase to give institutional traders direct market access to both bitcoin and bitcoin futures beginning in March.


White House to release framework for immigration bill on Monday

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House said on Wednesday it plans to release the outline for immigration legislation that it believes can pass muster with both Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. Congress.


Wall St. flat in choppy session, Nasdaq lags

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Both the Dow and S&P 500 edged higher on Wednesday while the Nasdaq lost ground in choppy trading in the wake of comments by U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross which hinted at action against China in a trade war.


US STOCKS-Wall St Flat in choppy session, Nasdaq lags

NEW YORK, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Both the Dow and S&P 500 edged higher on Wednesday while the Nasdaq lost ground in choppy trading in the wake of comments by U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross which hinted at action against China in a trade war.


Middle Eastern filmmakers celebrate historic Oscar nominations

PARIS (Reuters) - A Lebanese and a Syrian film director both made cinema history this week when their films became the first ever from their home countries to be nominated for Oscars.


EMERGING MARKETS-Currencies pounce on weak dollar, rand smashes 12 barrier

LONDON, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Most emerging market currencies climbed on Wednesday, with China's yuan and South Africa's rand both touching more than two-year highs as the dollar wallowed in its weakest run since 2010-11.

Shutdowns (Institutional)

Whiplash for Federal Workers: Go Home! Wait! Come Back!

Federal workers across the country fumed at both political parties. And uncertainties remained.

United States Politics and Government

With Talking Stick in Hand, Moderate Senators Broke the Shutdown

Two dozen centrist senators from both parties banded together to push their leaders to a deal to reopen the government. Now comes the hard part.


Goals galore as France and Sweden close in on Euro handball semis

ZAGREB (Reuters) - An avalanche of goals were scored at the European handball championships on Monday as France brushed aside Serbia 39-30 and Sweden beat Belarus 29-20 with both nations edging closer to the 16-nation tournament's semi-finals.

Law and Legislation

Wary, Weary or Both, Southern Lawmakers Tone Down Culture Wars

State bills on lightning-rod social issues are getting noticeably less impetus this year, as elections loom and state leaders try to attract business investment.


Patriots, Eagles ready for Super Bowl showdown

(Reuters) - The New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles have set up a second Super Bowl showdown after both teams won their respective conference championships with contrasting victories on Sunday.


Micro-Progress and the Magic of Just Getting Started

The best trick to increase productivity is both the simplest one and one of the most difficult to master: just getting started.


Babcock back behind bench but not at the Games

Toronto (Reuters) - Mike Babcock coached Canada to men's ice hockey gold at both the 2010 Vancouver and 2014 Sochi Winter Games and he will be back behind the bench again during the Pyeongchang Olympics.


UPDATE 1-Regions, SunTrust top profit estimates on higher interest rates

Jan 19 (Reuters) - Regions Financial Corp and SunTrust Banks Inc topped Wall Street expectations for fourth-quarter earnings on Friday, as both U.S. banks benefited from higher interest rates even as lending remained sluggish.


UPDATE 1-U.S. fund investors pull most cash from 'junk' in 2 months -Lipper

(Adds details on funds, analyst quote, table, byline) By Trevor Hunnicutt NEW YORK, Jan 18 (Reuters) - U.S. fund investors pulled $3.1 billion from high-yield "junk" bonds during the latest week, Lipper data showed on Thursday, offering new warning signs about risk appetite despite global markets' continuing triumph. The junk bond withdrawals - from both mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) during the week ended Wednesday - mark the largest of any week since November, accor


Tax overhaul leads AmEx to first loss in 26 years, buyback suspension

(Reuters) - Credit card issuer American Express Co posted its first quarterly loss in 26 years and said it would not buy back shares for the next six months, both due to the impact of the recently enacted U.S. tax reform.


Tax overhaul leads AmEx to first loss in 26 years, suspend buybacks

(Reuters) - Credit card issuer American Express Co posted its first quarterly loss in 26 years and said it would not buy back shares for the next six months, both due to the impact of the recently enacted U.S. tax overhaul.


Arrested Former C.I.A. Officer Had Ties to Chinese Spies, Ex-Colleague Says

Jerry Lee, the former officer, had repeated contacts with Chinese intelligence both at the agency and afterward, the former colleague said.

Prosecutor: This is depraved conduct

David and Louise Turpin would tie up or chain their offspring as punishment -- both the minor children and the adults, Riverside County District Attorney Mike Hestrin said.

Global Warming

Warming, Water Crisis, Then Unrest: How Iran Fits an Alarming Pattern

A water crisis — whether caused by nature, human mismanagement, or both — can be an early warning signal of conflict ahead. Iran is the latest example.


Garcia shares Singapore Open lead after disrupted first day

(Reuters) - Masters champion Sergio Garcia and American Kurt Kitayama both carded five-under-par 66 to share the lead after the first round of the Singapore Open on Thursday.

Anderson Cooper: Trump foils WH attempt to shift blame

As Congress and the White House work toward an immigration deal while trying to avoid a government shutdown, there is finger pointing on both sides over who's to blame for the delay. CNN's Anderson Cooper reports.