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U.N. Security Council demands truce as air strikes batter Syria's Ghouta

BEIRUT/UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The U.N. Security Council on Saturday demanded a 30-day truce across Syria as rescuers in the country's eastern Ghouta region said bombing had not let up long enough for them to count bodies during one of the bloodiest air assaults of the seven-year war.


Rescuers say cannot keep up with air strikes battering Syria's Ghouta

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Rescuers in Syria's eastern Ghouta said the bombing would not let up long enough for them to count the bodies, in one of the bloodiest air assaults of the seven-year war.


Florida governor proposes new gun sale limits after school shooting

PARKLAND, Fla. (Reuters) - Florida Governor Rick Scott urged state lawmakers on Friday to increase restrictions on buying guns and to strengthen school safety after a gunman killed 17 people at a school last week, proposals that gun control advocates said did not go far enough.

Allies urge Trump: Don't go too far on gun control

President Donald Trump's aides and outside allies are attempting to convince him that he has done enough when it comes to proposing gun safety measures in the wake of the Florida high school shooting, assuring him he doesn't need to go any further, a source inside the White House and a source outside tell CNN.


Indonesia president says toxic river should be clean enough to drink within seven years

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's president on Thursday said water from the Citarum River should be made drinkable within seven years under a new cleanup project for the Java island river often ranked among the world's most polluted.

Olympic Games (2018)

Sports of The Times: Enough. Give Russia Its Flag Back, Then Make Real Changes.

The debate over whether Russia gets its flag for the closing ceremony is delaying talk about a more substantive issue: Russian athletes are still doping.


Indonesia president says toxic river should be clean enough to drink

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's president on Thursday said water from the Citarum River should be made drinkable within seven years under a new cleanup project for the Java island river often ranked among the world's most polluted.


Cross-country skiing: Norway golden boy Klaebo to skip 50km

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - Norwegian cross-country skiier Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo has decided three gold medals is enough at the Pyeongchang Games and is skipping Saturday's 50km race and heading home instead, his team has said.


UK improves offer to return devolved powers after Brexit, Scotland wants more

EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Britain's government has made a "considerable offer" to ensure all devolved powers transfer back to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland after Brexit, it said on Thursday, but a Scottish minister said it was not enough.

Sandy Hook dad: Teachers shouldn't have to kill

Mark Barden, whose son was killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook shooting, says teachers already have enough responsibility without adding use of lethal force to their job function.

Interest Rates

Fed Officials Say Economy Is Ready for Higher Rates

The Fed has gained confidence the economy is strong enough to continue raising interest rates, according to the minutes of its most recent meeting.

Trump challenges Sessions to investigate Obama

President Donald Trump, after being criticized for his response to Russia's election meddling, challenged Attorney General Jeff Sessions to launch an investigation into the Obama administration for failing to do enough to stop the 2016 election foreign interference.

Fast Food Industry

KFC Has a Problem in Britain: Not Enough Chicken

The company found itself struggling with shortages, with a hiccup in its supply chain forcing the closure of hundreds of outlets.

Trump keeps up attacks on Obama over Russian meddling

President Donald Trump is continuing to blame his predecessor for not doing enough to deter Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Russian Interference in 2016 US Elections and Ties to Trump Associates

Trump Tries to Shift Blame to Obama for Not Countering Russian Meddling

President Trump suggested that the Obama administration did not do enough to prevent the Kremlin’s influence campaign.


Figure skating: 'Korea power' buoys hometown ice dancers

GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - As if getting to the Olympics was not hard enough for South Korean ice dancers Min Yura and Alexander Gamelin, the two were briefly caught up in a diplomatic fuss over their free dance music and then suffered a wardrobe malfunction.


Rule change ends weighty dilemma for athletes

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - As if flying off a steep slope at 90km an hour wasn't enough to contend with, ski jumpers used to have to worry about their weight, but a rule change has all but removed eating disorders from the sport, a senior official told Reuters on Monday.

Netanyahu blasts media 'witch hunt' as police announce new investigation

In a pre-emptive strike, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blamed media "pressure" for a new police investigation, less than a week after police said they had enough evidence to indict the Israeli leader for corruption in two separate cases.

CNN to hold town hall with Parkland students and parents

The school shooting in Florida this week has sparked a renewed call for lawmakers to take action, and some of the loudest voices demanding change are not even old enough to vote.


UPDATE 1-Foreign investment in Canada securities dips after long run

OTTAWA, Feb 16 (Reuters) - Foreign investment in Canadian securities slipped slightly in December after five strong months but international demand over the year was high enough to set an annual record, Statistics Canada said on Friday.


SEC blocks Chicago Stock Exchange sale to China-based investors

(Reuters) - U.S. regulators on Thursday rejected the sale of the Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX) to a group led by China-based investors, in part because they were unable to get enough information on some of the proposed buyers and the sources of their funds.

Gun Control

After Florida Shooting, Trump Focuses on Mental Health Over Guns

Mr. Trump’s remarks came amid criticism that the White House had not done enough to reassure the public shortly after one of the deadliest mass shootings in American history.

Olympic Games (2018)

Most North Koreans Can’t Actually Watch the Olympic Games

The government isn’t eager to remind them that South Korea is prosperous enough to be able to host the games.

Murders, Attempted Murders and Homicides

Op-Ed Columnist: American Disdain for Children’s Lives

Those kids had the misfortune of growing up in a country that didn’t care enough about their lives.


OECD says energy taxes in developed economies too low to fight climate change

LONDON (Reuters) - Energy taxes in major advanced economies are not doing enough to reduce energy use, improve energy efficiency and drive a shift toward low-carbon sources, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said on Wednesday.


Trump asks Democrats to negotiate on infrastructure plan

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump urged congressional Democrats on Tuesday to make a deal to modernize the country's infrastructure after his plan received critical reviews as lacking enough federal funding, but said he was open to changes.


EU studying if members doing enough to avoid penalties over air pollution

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission will decide next month whether to take legal action against nine member states for breaching EU air pollution rules after they submitted plans to address the issue.


New York's Westminster Show: Where 'Good Dog!' is not good enough

NEW YORK (Reuters) - For the nearly 3,000 dogs converging on New York City on Monday for the annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, "Good Dog!" is a dreaded assessment but "Best Dog!" is a dream...

Ginsburg hopes for 9 women justices

Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg talks about when there will be enough women in the Supreme Court.

Yazidi (Religious Sect)

Opinion: Outraged by the Attacks on Yazidis? It Is Time to Help.

Empathy is not enough for me and other women brutalized by the Islamic State. We need the chance to revive our homeland.


Don't mention nukes: South Koreans learn how to talk to the enemy

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - When a hotel on South Korea's east coast was asked at short notice to host nearly 280 North Korean visitors, the problem wasn't finding enough rooms.

Workplace Hazards and Violations

Op-Ed Contributor: A Waste Worker Dies Every Day

In his final speech, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King pushed for justice for sanitation workers. We haven’t done enough.

Winter Olympics will be chock-full of firsts

One of the coolest parts of the Olympics is watching history being made. Whether it's a new country making their Olympic debut or groundbreaking athletes adding new faces and experiences to the Olympic story, it's enough to get you feeling a little warm and fuzzy about humankind.

Ryan thinks House has the votes to pass budget deal

House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday morning he believes he has enough votes in the House to pass the bipartisan spending deal reached in the Senate that would significantly raise domestic and defense spending and avert a government shutdown.

Duterte, Rodrigo

International Criminal Court Will Investigate Duterte Over Drug War

The Hague-based tribunal said it would gauge whether there was enough evidence to build a case against the Philippine president for crimes against humanity.

Olympic Games (2018)

Sports of The Times: The Puzzling Olympic Ban on Russians: Gone Today, They May Be Here Tomorrow

Because the International Olympic Committee did not move quickly enough to address Russia’s doping scheme, arbitrators are still considering appeals by barred athletes seeking to compete on their own.


Chinese regulator raps internet firms over vulgar content

BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A Chinese content regulator has rapped major tech companies, including Alibaba Holding Ltd, Tencent Holdings Ltd and Baidu Inc, for not doing enough to root out "harmful information" published on their platforms.


Fed seen staying on rate-hike path after stock market plunge

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Monday's rout on Wall Street frayed investors' nerves, but it is not enough to knock the Federal Reserve off course from its intended path to further raise interest rates in 2018...


Evidence against Russians strong despite CAS blow: IOC

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - Evidence against Russian athletes was strong enough to merit sanctions despite its rejection by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, the head of an International Olympic Committee (IOC) probe into doping at the 2014 Sochi Games said on Tuesday.

Solar Energy

From Oil to Solar: Saudi Arabia Plots a Shift to Renewables

Riyadh plans to build a $300 million solar farm that would generate enough electricity to power 200,000 homes, an example Saudi leaders hope will have positive consequences.


China's soaring natural gas output unable to meet demand set loose in pollution fight

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's natural gas production is rising at the fastest pace in four years but that will not be enough to meet the demand for the fuel that has been unleashed through a government program to raise gas usage in order to clean the country's polluted air.


A real head banger: woodpeckers show signs of potential brain damage

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - For a person, slamming your head full force into a tree trunk could be enough to knock you silly. Woodpeckers do this untold thousands of times during their lives, and these birds have thrived on Earth for some 25 million years.


Apple stock loses some sheen on disappointing iPhone sales

(Reuters) - Apple Inc's hint of returning a ton of cash to shareholders was not enough to move investors who worried more about the iPhone maker's weak outlook amid reports of production cuts for its flagship iPhone X.


UPDATE 4-McDonald's robust U.S. sales fail to impress, shares fall

Jan 30 (Reuters) - McDonald's Corp on Tuesday reported robust U.S. fourth-quarter restaurant sales, boosted by new buttermilk chicken tenders and low-price food, but that was not enough to match Wall Street's increasing appetite for growth.

Sex Crimes

Op-Ed Contributor: When Laws Against Rape Aren’t Enough

The Puntland region of Somalia was the first in the Horn of Africa to criminalize sexual violence. A year later, the law has been a failure.

Fentanyl seizure had enough doses to kill the entire population of NYC and New Jersey

Two men have been sentenced to prison for possessing nearly 100 pounds of the drug fentanyl -- enough to kill the entire population of New Jersey and New York City, officials said.

Opinion: Bob Mueller didn't send me to Butte

Seldom does a quiet, unassuming, and attention-eschewing career public servant like Robert Mueller, the current special prosecutor in the Russian election meddling investigation, command our attention enough to register on the Richter scale of relevance.

Opinion: Wearing black to the State of the Union isn't enough

The black dresses symbolizing a stand against sexual harassment and assault we saw at the Golden Globes will make another appearance at the State of the Union, putting the nation on notice that Time's Up for inappropriate behavior. We can't expect President Donald Trump to speak to this crisis -- nor does he have the credibility given his track record. But the onus is on all of us to transform the culture of sexual harassment and assault across America. We can change our culture for future generations, but this requires education, starting early -- for children and teens, at school and at home. Inc

Is Indianapolis Cool Enough for Amazon? It Just Might Be

The Midwest capital city would seem to be a long shot for Amazon’s new headquarters, but its low costs and business-friendly climate might help its chances.

Robots and Robotics

ScienceTake: This Tiny Robot Walks, Crawls, Jumps and Swims. But It Is Not Alive.

Researchers have created a tiny robot, small enough to navigate a stomach or urinary system, that one day may be used to deliver drugs inside the body.

Midterm Elections (2018)

Op-Ed Contributors: Enough Trump Bashing, Democrats

Practicality, positivity and no “deplorables” — two prominent Democrats offer their prescriptions for midterm success.


Niki Lauda could run out of pilots: Niki labor boss

VIENNA (Reuters) - Former motor racing champion Niki Lauda may not have enough pilots for the planned relaunch of his Niki airline in March unless he offers attractive contracts, the head of the airline's works council said on Wednesday.


Floridians to decide on ending lifetime ban on voting for felons

(Reuters) - Floridians will be asked in November whether to restore voting rights to people convicted of serious crimes who have completed their sentence after campaigners collected enough signatures on Tuesday to get the proposal included on the ballot.

Schumer: We have a deal

The Senate is set to have a key vote at noon Monday on a bill to reopen the government and fund it for three weeks, though it's unclear if this plan will win over enough Democrats to pass.

What's next: The Senate and House vote on a 3-week fix, then it goes to President Trump

The Senate is set to have a key vote at noon Monday on a bill to reopen the government and fund it for three weeks, though it's unclear if this plan will win over enough Democrats to pass.


To Rid the Taj Mahal of Its Grime, India Prescribes a Mud Bath

For centuries, monsoon rains were enough to keep the dirt off India’s monument to eternal love. But not anymore.


Moderate Republican senators urge firmer pledge on immigration from McConnell

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Three moderate Republican U.S. senators on Monday, emerging from a bipartisan meeting aimed at trying to end the government shutdown, said there could enough support if Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell made a firmer commitment to move legislation that would address so-called Dreamer immigrants.

12 destinations travelers may want to avoid in 2018

Tourism backlash has been in full affect over the last 12 months, with several destinations announcing they'd had enough of foreign visitors flooding their streets or disrupting their fragile ecosystems.

Pelosi calls GOP deal for children's health 'a bowl of doggy doo'

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi didn't hold back Thursday when criticizing the House Republicans' inclusion of funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program in their short-term spending bill as not good enough.


UPDATE 3-TransCanada lines up enough shippers to take Keystone XL forward

Jan 18 (Reuters) - TransCanada Corp said on Thursday customers committed to using about two-thirds of the capacity on its planned $8 billion Keystone XL oil pipeline, bringing the company closer to a final decision on when it will begin construction.

As a new day dawns in DC, it's still unclear if Republican leaders have enough support to keep the government open

House Republican leaders are moving toward a vote Thursday to avoid a shutdown, but as a new day dawns in Washington, it's still unclear if GOP leaders have enough support to keep the government open.


Republicans scramble for votes in Congress to keep government open

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House on Wednesday threw its support behind a Republican proposal to avert a government shutdown at week's end with a one-month extension in funding, but it was unclear whether there were enough votes to pass it in Congress.

Are there enough House Republicans to keep the government open?

Republican leaders are full speed ahead on a short-term funding bill -- now they just need the votes for it.

President, like most Americans, should lose some weight. 10-15 pounds this year, doctor says.

President Donald Trump's doctor, Dr. Ronny Jackson, characterized the president's health as "excellent," but like the majority of Americans, Trump is overweight and he doesn't get enough exercise.

The last straw: Is time up for this plastic relic?

Every day, Americans throw away 500 million plastic straws, enough to circle the Earth twice, or fill 125 school buses.

Artificial Intelligence

A.I. Has Arrived in Investing. Humans Are Still Dominating.

Artificial intelligence programs increasingly help fund managers run their portfolios, but will they will be good enough to replace them?


Pakistan army chief says nation felt "betrayed" at U.S. criticism

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan's army chief told a top U.S. general the nation "felt betrayed" at criticism that it was not doing enough to fight terrorism, the military said on Friday, after U.S. President Donald Trump accused Pakistan of "lies and deceit".

Will enough tax be withheld from your paycheck?


German union boss confident "decent" pay rise can be agreed on

FRANKFURT, Jan 11 (Reuters) - Germany's biggest trade union, IG Metall, expects a "decent" pay rise in ongoing talks on wages and flexible hours, its chief Joerg Hofmann said, adding that companies had made enough profits in the past year to give more to workers.

Analysis: The most important line from Trump's talk-a-thon

In the course of President Donald Trump's 55-minute public meeting with the top Democratic and Republican leaders in Congress on Tuesday, he said lots -- and lots -- of things. ("I hope we've given you enough material," Trump told reporters at one point. "That should cover you for about two weeks.")

Russian Interference in 2016 US Elections and Ties to Trump Associates

Trump’s Longtime Lawyer Sues BuzzFeed and the Firm Behind Russia Dossier

Saying “enough is enough,” Michael D. Cohen filed the defamation suit after denying for the past year that he played any part in a conspiracy to help elect President Trump.


How Hot Was It in Australia? Hot Enough to Melt Asphalt

A short-lived but blistering heat wave brought near-record temperatures to large areas of Australia, including a high of 117 degrees in a Sydney suburb.


Bushfires destroy buildings in Australia as heatwave melts highway surface

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Bushfires in Australia destroyed buildings and threatened lives on Saturday as a heatwave in three states brought temperatures strong enough to melt the bitumen on a highway.


Figure skating: Chen jumps to large lead after men's short program

(Reuters) - Hot favorite Nathan Chen had a hiccup with his final jump but still did enough to take a big short program lead in the men's competition at the U.S. figure skating championships on Thursday.


U.S. Will Withhold Security Aid From Pakistan

The United States has provided billions of dollars in aid to Pakistan but the Trump administration says it is not doing enough to confront terrorist networks operating there.


The First Time: Dylan McDermott: The First Time I Waited On a Celebrity’s Table

An awkward teenager finds that a kind word from a blustery John Belushi is enough to keep a dream alive.


European stocks see faltering start to 2018 as miners weigh

LONDON, Jan 2 (Reuters) - European stocks faltered at the start of the trading year on Tuesday as an impressive run-up in metals and mining stocks reversed, while strength in oil companies and banks was not enough to stop the slide.

Mariah's hot tea 'disaster' brings us the year's first meme

Mariah Carey does not need your redemption talk, s'il vous plait et merci. But admittedly, her New Year's Eve performance Sunday was infinitely better than the lip-synching disaster of 2016, and it was just weird enough to provide us with our very first meme of 2018.

Turtles and Tortoises

ScienceTake: Beach Crawling Doesn’t Tire Out Baby Sea Turtles

When hatchling turtles tackled a treadmill, their stop-and-go style of crawling kept them fresh enough for a big swim to the Gulf Stream.


Coalition has no plans to target Islamic State in Syrian government-controlled areas

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Despite saying that the Syrian government is not doing enough to stop Islamic State militants from moving through its territory, the U.S.-led coalition fighting the group does not intend to target militants in those areas, a senior coalition official said on Wednesday.


Dutch court takes heat off government in air pollution fight

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Air pollution in the Netherlands is worse than European rules permit, but the government is doing enough to limit emissions, a Dutch court ruled on Wednesday, reversing a previous verdict in which it had criticized the government for inaction.

United States Politics and Government

Andrew McCabe, F.B.I.’s Embattled Deputy, Is Expected to Retire

Mr. McCabe’s plans to leave early next year should take some of the pressure off the new director, who has been criticized by President Trump for not replacing top leadership fast enough.

Federal Taxes (US)

In Signing Sweeping Tax Bill, Trump Questions Whether He Is Getting Enough Credit

President Trump signed the most significant overhaul of the American tax system in three decades, hastily adding the ceremony after media reports questioned whether he would sign it before Christmas.


Doctors: Christmas in the I.C.U.

There’s an illusion that if you want something enough, even something as fantastical as avoiding death, you might just get it.


Sonic boom or bust? Dreams of super-fast jet travel revival face headwinds

(Reuters) - Supersonic passenger travel, which died out with the Concorde's demise in 2003, will make a comeback by the mid-2020s if three entrepreneurial U.S.-based companies can make jets quiet and efficient enough to win over buyers and fliers.


Congress votes to avert shutdown, sends Trump stopgap spending bill

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Congress on Thursday averted a government shutdown just one day before federal funding was due to expire, sending President Donald Trump a bill to provide just enough money to keep agencies operating through Jan. 19.


UPDATE 1-Japan approves record defence spending that favours U.S.-made equipment

TOKYO, Dec 22 (Reuters) - Japan's government approved a record military budget on Friday but did not earmark enough extra money to stop a splurge on U.S.-made ballistic missile defence kit from putting a squeeze on funding for an ambitious domestic jet fighter project.


Japan approves record defense spending that favors U.S.-made equipment

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's government approved a record military budget on Friday but did not earmark enough extra money to stop a splurge on U.S.-made ballistic missile defense kit from putting a squeeze on funding for an ambitious domestic jet fighter project.


Japan approves record defence spending that favours U.S.-made equipment

TOKYO, Dec 22 (Reuters) - Japan's government approved a record military budget on Friday but did not earmark enough extra money to stop a splurge on U.S.-made ballistic missile defence kit from putting a squeeze on funding for an ambitious domestic jet fighter project.


U.S. Congress votes to avert shutdown, sends Trump stopgap spending bill

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Congress on Thursday averted a government shutdown just one day before federal funding was due to expire, sending President Donald Trump a bill to provide just enough money to keep agencies operating through Jan. 19.


Senators seek to stop expansion of airport facial scans

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two U.S. senators on Thursday urged federal authorities to halt the planned expansion of a $1 billion airport facial scanning program, saying the technology used to identify travelers on some flights departing from nine U.S. airports for international destinations may not be not accurate enough and raises privacy concerns.

Christopher Plummer can't quite fix 'All the Money in the World'

"All the Money in the World" certainly earns points -- and merits curiosity -- for its sheer logistics, having replaced Kevin Spacey at the eleventh hour in the wake of sexual-misconduct allegations. Yet Christopher Plummer's admirable performance and the high degree of difficulty aren't enough to make director Ridley Scott's movie about the famous 1973 kidnapping feel as if it delivers a wholly satisfactory payoff.


Critics accuse UK government of not taking Brexit preparations seriously enough

LONDON (Reuters) - Pro-European campaigners accused ministers of failing to take preparations for Brexit seriously enough on Thursday, after a committee of lawmakers published the government's sector-by-sector analysis on the impact of leaving the European Union.

Tests (Medical)

Too Many Older Patients Get Cancer Screenings

Older patients are often aggressively screened for cancer, even if they won’t live long enough to benefit.


Senate panel snubs Trump's pick to run EXIM, OKs other nominees

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate Banking Committee rejected U.S. President Donald Trump's nominee to head the U.S. Export-Import Bank on Tuesday but approved four other board nominees, enough to restore the trade bank's full lending powers upon their confirmation by the full Senate.

Trump is privately striking a less agitated tone on the Russia probe, but his approach has some allies worried

President Donald Trump is privately striking a less agitated tone on the Russia investigation, sources say, even insisting he'll soon be cleared in writing. But his new approach has some allies worried he's not taking the threat of the probe seriously enough.


Carpinteria still rosy after California wildfires spare flower farms

(Reuters) - Dani Hahn was terrified as she watched dozens of firefighters racing to light a small blaze that they hoped would clear enough space to halt the giant wildfire advancing on her rose farm at the foot of Southern California's Santa Ynez Mountains.


Peru's Congress prepares to oust President Kuczynski

LIMA (Reuters) - President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski's chances of surviving the political crisis gripping Peru faded on Friday after Congress passed a motion to start "presidential vacancy" procedures with enough votes to unseat him within a week.

Vote explainer: Can Republicans still pass the bill if senators are absent?

Senate Republicans are working to shore up enough votes within their caucus to pass tax reform next week, even in the unlikely but possible scenario that two Republican senators are absent for the big vote.


Wall Street closes at records with tax overhaul in sight

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wall Street's three major indexes climbed to record closing highs on Friday with broad-based gains as a long-awaited bill to cut corporate tax rates looked like it would win enough support from lawmakers to pass.