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Motor racing - Hamilton, Vettel ready to fight for high five

LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One fans will be hearing a lot about Juan Manuel Fangio this season as Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel battle to match the late Argentine's 1950s feat of five world championships.


Motor racing: Alonso ready to fight on two fronts

LONDON (Reuters) - Fernando Alonso faces the busiest year of any Formula One driver but the Spaniard has played down fears he could be spreading himself too thin by competing in two world championships at once.

United ships dog bound for Kansas to Japan

United Airlines wrongly shipped a Kansas-bound pet dog to Japan, the second embarrassment this week for the airline and a "nightmare" for the Swindle family -- who are moving from Oregon to Wichita with their beloved pet, a 10-year-old German shepherd named Irgo.


The Checkup: Teenagers Are Sexting — Now What?

Experts say parents should acknowledge sexting as an aspect of teen relationships and include it in conversations about safety and respect.


Athletics: U.S. student Norman breaks world indoor 400m record

(Reuters) - American Michael Norman broke the world indoor 400 meters record when he clocked 44.52 second at the U.S. collegiate championships in College Station, Texas on Saturday.


Men and women to compete together in European Team Championships

(Reuters) - Men and women will compete together in this year's inaugural European Golf Team Championships after their respective tours announced on Thursday that they had agreed on a format and qualification process.

"American Dynasties: The Kennedys" on

Explore the Kennedy family's rise to power and how personal relationships within the Kennedy dynasty shaped national and global events from the Cold War to the Wall Street crash.


Close relationships in midlife tied to lower mortality for child abuse survivors

(Reuters Health) - Child abuse survivors may be less likely to die prematurely when they develop supportive relationships by middle age, a U.S. study suggests.


Japan's navy to buy tanker to fuel ships patrolling East China Sea: sources

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's navy wants to buy its first oil tanker to carry fuel to Okinawa as it cranks up operations in the East China Sea to counter a growing Chinese naval presence, two sources familiar with plan said.


Athletics: Bannister's words inspire captain's innings from Pozzi

BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - A quote from the late, great Roger Bannister helped turn Andrew Pozzi from prey into predator as the British sprint hurdler hunted down a U.S rival to play a real captain's innings for the home team at the world indoor championships on Sunday.


Athletics - Poles break relay world record as sport salutes Bannister

BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - Poland's sensational 400 meters relay men and inspired British hurdler Andrew Pozzi transformed the final day of the world indoor championships into an athletics celebration as the sport bade a fond farewell to Roger Bannister on Sunday.


Athletics: Coleman and Dibaba steal show at dramatic world indoors

BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - Christian Coleman looked every inch the natural successor to Usain Bolt as the fastest man in athletics, sweeping in a blur to a majestic 60 metres victory at the world indoor championships on Saturday.


Athletics: Morris finally ends Stefanidi's winning streak

BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - American Sandi Morris ended Katerina Stefanidi's long winning streak in the pole vault -- and stemmed her own run of silver medals -- to claim a first major title at the world indoor championships on Saturday.


Cycling: American Dygert wins gold in individual pursuit

(Reuters) - American Chloe Dygert broke the 3,000m individual pursuit world record twice on her way to gold at the track world championships on Saturday as she took her second gold of the week.


Mayer holds on to grab heptathlon gold from Warner

BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - Frenchman Kevin Mayer took heptathlon gold by a mere five points to deny Damian Warner in a thrilling finish to the two-day competition at the world indoor championships on Saturday.


Tennis: Bautista Agut downs Pouille to win Dubai final

(Reuters) - Third-seed Roberto Bautista Agut defeated France's Lucas Pouille 6-3 6-4 in the final of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships on Saturday to secure his first ATP 500 title.


Triple jumper Rojas and shot putter Walsh strike gold

BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - Venezuela's Yulimar Rojas, an athletics heroine who has shone in dark times for her country, again made her compatriots proud as she successfully defended her triple jump crown at the world indoor championships on Saturday.


Mayer and Warner scrap for heptathlon gold over 1,000 meters

BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - Frenchman Kevin Mayer and Canadian Damian Warner face a race to the finish for gold in the final event of a thrilling heptathlon competition at the world indoor championships on Saturday.


Coleman stutters before breezing into 60m semis

BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - Christian Coleman, the man fancied to lead sprinting into the post-Usain Bolt era, gave a glimpse of his searing ability after a brief alarm as he breezed into the 60 meters semi-finals at the world indoor championships on Saturday.


Cycling - Vogel claims record-equalling 11th world title

(Reuters) - Germany's Kristina Vogel claimed a record-equalling 11th world title as she powered to victory in the individual sprint at the UCI track championships in Apeldoorn on Friday.


Athletics - Ahoure, Ta Lou roar to glorious Ivorian one-two

BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - Murielle Ahoure produced one of the great 60 metres runs to lead home compatriot Marie-Josee Ta Lou and make it a landmark night for the Ivory Coast at the world indoor championships in Birmingham on Friday.


At U.N., China delays U.S. bid to blacklist ships, companies over North Korea

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - China delayed a U.S. request for a United Nations Security Council committee to blacklist 33 ships, 27 shipping companies, and a Taiwan man for violating international sanctions on North Korea, diplomats said on Friday.


Athletics: Cuba's Echevarria seizes his golden moment in long jump

BIRMINGHAM (Reuters) - Juan Miguel Echevarria won a captivating long jump at the world indoor championships on Friday that stirred memories of epic past contests as the Cuban refused to buckle under a fierce challenge from outdoor champion Luvo Manyonga.


Cycling: Home favorite Wild wins omnium for second gold

(Reuters) - Home favorite Kirsten Wild claimed her second gold medal of the week as she won the women's omnium at the UCI world track championships in Apeldoorn on Friday.


Tennis: Pouille to meet Bautista Agut in Dubai final

(Reuters) - Second seed Lucas Pouille outlasted Serbia's Filip Krajinovic 6-3 6-7(4) 7-6(5) at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships on Friday to reach his third ATP World Tour final in four events.


Delta reviewing ties with all 'politically divisive' groups after NRA controversy

NEW YORK, March 2 (Reuters) - Delta Air Lines is reviewing its relationships with all "politically divisive" groups, the carrier's chief executive said in a Friday memo to employees, following blowback this week from the airline's decision to cut ties with the National Rifle Association.


Athletics: History made as every runner in 400m heat disqualified

BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - Every runner, including the world's fastest man this year, was disqualified in a bizarre 400m heat that made athletics history on the second day of the world indoor championships in Birmingham on Friday.


Every runner disqualified in men's 400m heat

BIRMINGHAM (Reuters) - Bralon Taplin, the world's fastest man over 400 metres this year, was disqualified along with all the other runners in his heat at the world indoor championships on Friday.


Sharma shines in Mexico with Georgia on his mind

(Reuters) - Shubhankar Sharma made an eye-opening World Golf Championships debut as the Indian prospect carded a six-under-par 65 in the first round at the WGC-Mexico Championship on Thursday.


No Russian team but high jumpers strike indoor gold

BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - Mariya Lasitskene and Danil Lysenko could not represent their banned home nation of Russia at the world indoor championships on Thursday but, competing as neutral athletes, the spring-heeled pair still leapt to high jump gold.


Bautista Agut sets up Dubai semi-final with Jaziri

(Reuters) - Third seed Roberto Bautista Agut powered past Croatia's Borna Coric 7-6(4) 6-4 to reach the semi-finals of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships on Thursday.

Regulator seeks information about Kushner's ties to 3 banks

New York's banking regulator has asked Deutsche Bank and two other small lenders about their financial relationships with Jared Kushner, his family members and the family's real estate business, according to a person familiar with the matter.


Song hits the right notes to forge lead in Singapore

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Jennifer Song fired a brilliant seven-under 65 to open a two-shot lead after the first round of the HSBC Women's World Championships on Thursday, the American returning from a late weather delay to complete a bogey-free 18 holes.


Cycling: Double Dutch delight on day one of world championships

(Reuters) - Hosts the Netherlands enjoyed a stunning opening night at the UCI world track championships with two gold medals including beating Jason Kenny's British trio in the team sprint on Wednesday.


UPDATE 3-New York regulator asks Deutsche, other banks about Kushner loans -source

Feb 28 (Reuters) - New York's state banking regulator asked Deutsche Bank AG and two other lenders for information on their relationships with U.S. President Donald Trump's son-in-law and White House senior adviser Jared Kushner and his family's real estate company, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters.


New York regulator asks Deutsche, other banks about Kushner loans: source

(Reuters) - New York's state banking regulator asked Deutsche Bank AG and two other lenders for information on their relationships with U.S. President Donald Trump's son-in-law and White House senior adviser Jared Kushner and his family's real estate company, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters.


High jump takes center stage on opening day of world indoors

(Reuters) - The world indoor athletics championships begin in Birmingham on Thursday with the high jump finals as organizers look to replicate the buzz generated by a similar unusual start to the 2016 edition in Portland.


Pouille battles past Khachanov to reach Dubai quarters

(Reuters) - Lucas Pouille overcame Karen Khachanov 6-4 3-6 6-3 on Wednesday to reach the quarter-finals of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships and avenge his defeat by the Russian in last weekend's final in Marseille.


Athletics: Britain's Rutherford withdraws from world indoor championships

(Reuters) - British long jumper Greg Rutherford has pulled out of this week's world indoor championships in Birmingham, British Athletics said on Wednesday.


Bunge's coveted Argentina plants lure ADM takeover approach

ROSARIO, Argentina/CHICAGO (Reuters) - On the banks of the Parana River, machines hum 24 hours a day in Argentina's grain ports, churning out soy-based animal feed and shooting it straight into the hulls of ships bound for buyers worldwide.


FOCUS-Bunge's coveted Argentina plants lure ADM takeover approach

ROSARIO, Argentina/CHICAGO, Feb 28 (Reuters) - On the banks of the Parana River, machines hum 24 hours a day in Argentina's grain ports, churning out soy-based animal feed and shooting it straight into the hulls of ships bound for buyers worldwide.


Dimitrov knocked out by wildcard Jaziri in Dubai opener

(Reuters) - Top seed Grigor Dimitrov suffered a shock 4-6 7-5 6-4 to Tunisian wildcard Malek Jaziri in the first round of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships on Tuesday.


Cycling: Kenny excited by form ahead of track worlds

LONDON (Reuters) - Olympic champion Laura Kenny says she is surprised how quickly her form has returned as she prepares for this week's world track championships in Apeldoorn, Netherlands.

Stoneman Douglas wins championship

Days after 17 students and teachers were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, their hockey team wins the state championships.


Kohlschreiber, Bautista Agut cruise into Dubai second round

(Reuters) - Germany's Philipp Kohlschreiber and Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut secured straight set victories on Monday to cruise into the second round of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships.

Gun Control

A List of the Companies Cutting Ties With the N.R.A.

Several companies — including Delta Air Lines and MetLife — have ended partnerships with the National Rifle Association after the mass shooting in Parkland, Fla.


Tennis: Svitolina races past Kasatkina to retain Dubai title

(Reuters) - Top seed Elina Svitolina became the third woman to defend the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships title on Saturday, defeating Russia's Daria Kasatkina 6-4 6-0 in the final.


Exclusive: U.S. prepares high-seas crackdown on North Korea sanctions evaders - sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration and key Asian allies are preparing to expand interceptions of ships suspected of violating sanctions on North Korea, a plan that could include deploying U.S. Coast Guard forces to stop and search vessels in Asia-Pacific waters, senior U.S. officials said.

The Week in Good News: The Garlic Girls, Rhodes Scholarships and an African Funk Pioneer

Sometimes it seems as if we’re living under a constant barrage of heavy news. But it isn’t all bad out there.


Kasatkina upsets Muguruza to set up Dubai final with Svitolina

(Reuters) - Russia's Daria Kasatkina stunned second seed Garbine Muguruza to reach the final at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships on Friday, while defending champion Elina Svitolina cruised past former world number one Angelique Kerber.


U.S. imposes more North Korea sanctions; targets ships, firms

WASHINGTON/SEOUL (Reuters) - The United States said on Friday it was imposing its largest package of sanctions against North Korea on Friday, intensifying pressure on Pyongyang to give up its nuclear and missile programs.


Ice hockey: Pay row helped forge gold medal team: U.S. captain Duggan

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - A protracted pay dispute that almost saw the U.S. women's ice hockey team boycott last year's world championships was part of a journey that forged bonds between the players and helped them win a first Olympic gold since 1998, captain Meghan Duggan said.


Iran hints at seaborne reactors while respecting nuclear deal

VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran has fired a diplomatic warning shot at Washington by raising the prospect of building nuclear reactors for ships while staying within the limits set by its atomic deal with major powers, a U.N. nuclear watchdog report showed on Thursday.


Coleman headlines U.S. world indoor championships team

(Reuters) - New 60 metres world record holder Christian Coleman and defending world champions Brittney Reese, Vashti Cunningham and Marquis Dendy headline a 49-member American team for next month's IAAF world indoor championships in Birmingham, England, USA Track and Field announced on Tuesday.


Chinese warships enter East Indian Ocean amid Maldives tensions

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Eleven Chinese warships sailed into the East Indian Ocean this month, a Chinese news portal said, amid a constitutional crisis in the tiny tropical island chain of the Maldives now under a state of emergency.


NuStar, other energy partnerships simplify business models to spur growth

HOUSTON (Reuters) - Some publicly-traded U.S. energy pipeline and oil-storage partnerships are restructuring into simpler business models to help attract new investors and spur growth.

Scholarships and Fellowships

Rhodes Scholarships Go Global as Students From Anywhere Now Qualify

The program to study at Oxford, created in 1902 for students from English-speaking countries, has been expanding and opening to more of the world.


Athletics: Eugene 2021 organizer put on leave as U.S. track chief

(Reuters) - Vin Lananna, the chief organizer of Oregon's 2021 world athletics championships, has been temporarily placed on administrative leave as president of USA Track & Field (USATF) while the U.S. Department of Justice investigates bids by Eugene and other athletics championships, USATF said in a statement on Monday.


Athletics: Coleman breaks world record in 60 metres, runs 6.34 seconds

(Reuters) - World silver medallist Christian Coleman broke the world record in the 60 metres when he ran 6.34 seconds at the U.S. indoor national championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Sunday.


Houston stuns Kendricks for U.S. pole vault title

(Reuters) - Scott Houston upset world pole vault champion Sam Kendricks while Christian Coleman stayed on course in the 60 metres at the U.S. indoor championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Saturday.

Clapper: More shoes will drop in probe

Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper tells CNN's Anderson Cooper that he thinks more details about the financial relationships between the Trump organization before the election and the Trump campaign will surface in the Mueller investigation.


Sharapova, Keys pull out of Dubai

(Reuters) - Former world number one Maria Sharapova and U.S. Open finalist Madison Keys have pulled out of next week's Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, the tournament organizers said on Thursday.


For Australian winemakers, Chinese relationships are bearing fruit

HUNTER VALLEY, Australia/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Wang Zhe, a wealthy Chinese businessman from Guangzhou, liked his glass of decade-old Chardonnay at an Australian winery so much he wanted more.

Weddings and Engagements

Should You Invite Your Ex to the Wedding?

When couples draw up their guest list, they are going to have to decide whether to include past relationships or hookups. Easy for some, not for others.

Singles vs couples: Who wins in the game of love?

Each year when Valentine's Day approaches, our thoughts turn to love, relationships and coupling.

Who wins in the game of love?

Each year when Valentine's Day approaches, our thoughts turn to love, relationships and coupling.


Sure-fire Dahlmeier takes first Olympic gold

PYEONGCHANG (Reuters) - After setting alight the biathlon world with her five golds at the 2017 World Championships, German Laura Dahlmeier used her sure-fire marksmanship to win her first Olympic title in tough conditions in Pyeongchang on Saturday.


On Pro Basketball: Cavaliers Clear the Air by Blowing Up the Building

Deadline deals rarely lead to championships, but there is little precedent for the dramatic roster overhaul Cleveland engineered on Thursday.


Argentine truck strike pressures more ports, lowers grain cargos

BUENOS AIRES, Feb 8 (Reuters) - A truck owners strike that started last week in a bid to force the adoption of mandatory minimum grains hauling rates slowed the loading of export cargo ships on Thursday, said Guillermo Wade, manager of the Chamber of Port and Maritime Activities.

Dating and Relationships

How to Stop Rushing Into Love

Exercising restraint and applying a sensible structure to the relationships aids in the full embrace of a romantic partner.

Report: Pence will try to disrupt normalization of North Korea at the Olympics

Vice President Mike Pence will deride any notion of normalizing North Korea's relationships with the outside world while he leads the US delegation at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, this week, a Pence aide told Axios on Sunday.


AmTrust to partner with Israeli tech firms in "insurtech" push

JERUSALEM, Feb 4 (Reuters) - AmTrust Financial Services is looking to boost its presence significantly in Israel in the next year through partnerships and buying stakes in technology firms to tap into the growing need for "insurtech", company officials said.


In icy Minnesota, Pond Hockey Championships capture sport's essence

MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) - As NFL players, fans and sponsors began heading to Minneapolis last weekend for the upcoming Super Bowl, 2,500 hardy skaters took to the frozen surface of Lake Nokomis in a celebration of pond hockey, a childhood joy for millions of amateur players.


U.N. concerned about heavy fighting in Myanmar's Kachin state

GENEVA (Reuters) - Conflict between Myanmar's army and guerrillas in Kachin state has escalated since Jan. 19, including in Sumprabum, Waingmaw and Tanai townships, a U.N. humanitarian report said on Friday.


NFL: Forum offers women opportunity for career in football

ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters) - Phoebe Schecter struck gold at the Women's Careers in Football Forum last year as one of 22 women who found jobs or internships in tackle football, which is often viewed as a notoriously macho world of tackle football.


Life's a beach: Cannes ships in sand for film festival

CANNES, France (Reuters) - Every year the French Riviera town of Cannes rolls out the red carpet to A-list celebrities at the world's most glamorous film festival. Now it wants to roll out a bigger beach too.

Iranian boats have stopped pestering US Navy ships, and the Pentagon is puzzled

It is a trend that has US Navy officials scratching their heads.

Trump hails African leader after 'shithole' remark

US President Donald Trump hailed his country's "great relationships" with Rwanda after meeting Friday with its leader, Paul Kagame, but did not say whether they had discussed Trump's reportedly vulgar remark about African nations earlier this month.


Trump to tell Davos seeks to build partnerships

DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump plans to tell the World Economic Forum that he will always put America First, but that does not mean America would be alone, according to excerpts of his speech on Friday.


Intel results beat estimates on data center growth

(Reuters) - Intel Corp on Thursday blew past Wall Street profit and revenue expectations for the fourth quarter on the strength of record-breaking sales to data center customers, even as it warned investors for the first time that fallout from security flaws found it is chips could hurt its future results and customer relationships.


Baltic index rises on stronger rates for larger vessels

Jan 25 (Reuters) - The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index, which tracks rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, rose on Thursday on higher rates for capesizes and panamax vessels.


U.S. sanctions people, firms, ships for aiding North Korean arms industry

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States tightened its economic crackdown on North Korea over its nuclear arms program on Wednesday, imposing sanctions on nine entities, 16 people and six ships it accused of helping Pyongyang develop weapons of mass destruction.


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.


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.


Personal Health: When a Partner Cheats

Couples that figure out how to rebuild after infidelity, rather than divorcing, often end up with stronger relationships, experts say.


Zagitova leads, Russian pairs sweep podium at Europeans

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Twice world champion Evgenia Medvedeva was upstaged by Russian compatriot Alina Zagitova in the short program at the European championships on Thursday as Russians pairs swept the podium on home ice.


Zagitova spoils Medvedeva's comeback to take lead at Europeans

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Twice world champion Evgenia Medvedeva was upstaged by Russian compatriot Alina Zagitova in the short program at the European championships on Thursday as the Olympic gold medal favorite made her comeback following a two-month injury layoff.

Ships and Shipping

In the Great Lakes, They’re Battling Ice, and Time. Take a Look.

With temperatures dipping, ice accumulating, and a deadline looming to close locks, ships race in January to get where they are going on the Great Lakes.


How to Maintain Friendships

Keeping cherished friendships afloat doesn’t need to be a huge time commitment.


IAAF not privy to any championships bid concerns: CEO

(Reuters) - Athletics global governing body has not been made aware of any information that would give it concern about successful world championship bids by Doha and Eugene, Oregon, the IAAF's chief executive told Reuters on Wednesday.


IAAF wants to link Oregon meet to LA Olympics to grow sport

(Reuters) - Global athletics is hoping to link the 2021 world championships in Oregon to the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics in a bid to maximize interest in the sport in the United States, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) chief executive told Reuters on Wednesday.


Holder Fernandez leads at Europeans, French pair upset Russian rivals

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Spain's Javier Fernandez stumbled on a quad Salchow but still took the lead after the short program at the European figure skating championships on Wednesday before French duo Vanessa James and Morgan Cipres upset their Russian rivals in the pairs.


Holder Fernandez leads at Europeans after short program

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Spain's Javier Fernandez stumbled on a quad Salchow but still took the lead after the short program at the European figure skating championships on Wednesday as he bids to win a sixth consecutive title.


Jo Jo White, Deadeye Shooter for Boston Celtics, Dies at 71

White played 10 seasons for the Celtics and helped lead the team to N.B.A. championships in 1974 and 1976.

Ex-Navy commanders face negligent homicide charges

The US Navy announced Tuesday that the former commanding officers of the USS Fitzgerald and USS John S. McCain -- the ships involved in two deadly 2017 collisions that killed 17 sailors -- will face criminal charges including dereliction of duty, hazarding a vessel and negligent homicide.


Warning light: Mexican car sales slump ahead of election

MEXICO CITY, Jan 16 (Reuters) - Car dealerships in Mexico City have kicked off the new year offering "clearance sales" and free insurance as 2017 models collect dust on their lots, a reminder that consumer nerves over high interest rates could slow the economy ahead of elections.


Baltic index drops to more than 4-month low as capesize rates dip

Jan 16 (Reuters) - The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index, tracking rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, hit a more than four-month low on Tuesday, as capesize rates dropped to their lowest since August last year.


Japan investigates how to evacuate citizens from South Korea in crisis: report

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan is examining how to evacuate its roughly 60,000 citizens from South Korea in the event of a crisis that closes airports, with military ships being used as shuttles, a Japanese newspaper reported on Tuesday.


Chinese Carmaker May Use Fiat Chrysler for Foothold in United States

GAC Motor said it planned to bring an S.U.V. to the United States in 2019. It may use Fiat Chrysler dealerships hungry for new models.


Figure skating: Chan and Daleman win at Canadian titles as Olympics loom

(Reuters) - Patrick Chan won the Canadian figure skating championships men's title for the 10th time on Saturday, while Gabrielle Daleman celebrated her 20th birthday by winning the women's competition.