WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Sunday his proposed immigration deal to end a 30-day partial government shutdown would not lead to amnesty for "Dreamers," but he appeared to signal support for amnesty as part of a broader immigration agreement.
- 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
- Arctic blast brings dangerous cold to Midwest, New England
- Women protest in hundreds of U.S. cities for third straight year
- Trump travels to Delaware base to honor four Americans killed in Syria
- On road to 2020, New York's Gillibrand touts liberal cred in Iowa
- Lack of school nurses puts Los Angeles students at risk, striking teachers say
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ISTANBUL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Turkey is ready to take over security in Syria's Manbij, where four U.S. citizens died in an Islamic State-claimed bombing last week, President Tayyip Erdogan told U.S. President Donald Trump in a telephone call on Sunday, the Turkish presidency said.
- British PM May tries to break Brexit deadlock by winning more EU concessions
- Israel strikes in Syria in more open assault on Iran
- Afghan Taliban kill 12 in car bomb attack on military base: officials
- Russian senator says U.S. warship in Black Sea should keep its distance
- Germany bans Iranian airline on suspicion of spying, terror
- 'Sitting ducks': Volunteer describes rescue at besieged Kenyan hotel
- Rohingya Muslim group fleeing India to Bangladesh stuck on 'zero line'
- Russia opens civil proceedings against Facebook, Twitter: Ifax
TOKYO (Reuters) - Ousted Nissan Motor Co Chairman Carlos Ghosn has offered to wear an electronic ankle tag and hire guards to monitor him in an unusual bid to secure his release on bail after two months of detention in Japan for alleged financial crimes.
- China's 2018 growth slows to 28-year low, more stimulus seen
- Eve-of-Davos survey shows people place trust in companies over governments
- Nippon Life president says actively exploring M&A in U.S.
- European power firms aim to harness electric car batteries
- Berkshire denies media report on accord to extract lithium
- Sainsbury's-Asda tie-up not a done deal yet, experts warn
- Data dependent? Five questions for the ECB
- EU veto of Alstom-Siemens rail tie-up would be 'economic error' - France
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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.
- NBA roundup: Wolves' Rose beats buzzer to bury Suns
- Inspired by young guns, Osaka marches on in Melbourne
- NHL roundup: Toews notches hat trick as Blackhawks crush Capitals
- Angry Zverev bows out to clinical Canadian Raonic
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- Svitolina masters Keys to unlock passage to last eight
- Federer knocked out by Greek wunderkind Tsitsipas
- Saints QB Brees confirms he will return next season
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