WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Transportation Security Administration said Monday that unscheduled absences among the more than 50,000 U.S. airport security officers rose to 10 percent on Sunday as the government shutdown continues.
- Democratic U.S. Senator Kamala Harris jumps into 2020 White House race
- Deep freeze grips eastern United States, 12-year-old dies in Chicago
- Trump says no amnesty for 'Dreamers,' signals support in broader deal
- Giuliani says Trump pursued Moscow tower throughout '16, raising questions
- Student in Trump hat denies mocking Native American activist in videotaped encounter
- Talks seeking to end Los Angeles teachers strike enter fourth day
- A T. rex and a shark as neighbors? Yes, eons ago in South Dakota
- Women protest in hundreds of U.S. cities for third straight year
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LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May will try to break the deadlock over her Brexit plans on Monday by setting out proposals in parliament that are expected to focus on winning more concessions from the European Union.
- Russia acknowledges new missile but says it does not breach treaty
- EU sanctions Skripal suspects, Russia calls move groundless
- Sweden says North Korea talks 'constructive'
- Taliban attack kills more than 100 security personnel in central Afghanistan: defense ministry source
- African leaders back Congo president-elect after contested poll
- Venezuela says rogue officers captured, military bases under control
- Toddler rescue effort reaches most dangerous stage in Spain: engineer
- Fourteen miners killed in Rwanda tin mine after hill collapses
DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund on Monday cut its world economic growth forecasts for 2019 and 2020 due to weakness in Europe and some emerging markets, and said failure to resolve trade tensions could further destabilize a slowing global economy.
- Global stock markets falter after China data, Brexit Plan B awaited
- Tesla's Model 3 gets green light in Europe
- China's Huawei in unprecedented media blitz as it battles heightened scrutiny
- Asset managers brace for more job cuts amid market turbulence
- Former Swiss banker convicted for giving secret tax data to Germany
- As outlook darkens, central banks think hard about their language
- Lockheed sees potential exports of 200 F-16 jets from proposed Indian plant
- Nissan's Ghosn offers to wear electronic ankle tag for bail
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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - John Travolta's mob movie flop "Gotti" and President Donald Trump were nominated on Monday for the Razzie Awards for the worst films of 2018 after a year that organizers called full of disasters - both on and off screen.
- Box Office - 'Glass' dominates MLK weekend with $47 million
- 'Rambo' producer Vajna dies aged 74
- ProSieben sees pressure easing as Netflix raises prices
- 'Green Book' boosts Oscar odds with big win at Producers Guild Awards
- Sony's RCA parts ways with R. Kelly after abuse uproar: media reports
- Gladys Knight defends decision to sing U.S. anthem at Super Bowl
- Catherine Deneuve to part with Saint Laurent gowns at auction
- Luxury leader LVMH planning fashion brand with Rihanna: report
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(Reuters) - New England and 41-year-old quarterback Tom Brady will be going to their third consecutive Super Bowl after they beat the Kansas City Chiefs 37-31 in overtime on Sunday, with the Los Angeles Rams standing between the Patriots and a sixth NFL title.
- Serena edges top seed Halep to reach last eight
- Djokovic passes Medvedev test to reach quarter-finals
- Inspired by young guns, Osaka marches on in Melbourne
- Escape artist Nishikori beats Carreno Busta to reach quarters
- NBA roundup: Wolves' Rose beats buzzer to bury Suns
- NHL roundup: Toews notches hat trick as Blackhawks crush Capitals
- Evans made a 'hash' of career, says Jamie Murray
- Pouille reels in Coric to make first Melbourne quarter-final
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