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The Latest: Seismologist: Mexico's 7.1 quake not aftershock

The Latest: Seismologist: Mexico's 7.1 quake not aftershockMEXICO CITY (AP) — The Latest on the strong earthquake that hit Mexico City (all times local):



[in Associated Press]

UK foreign minister Johnson says he will not resign: Sky

UK foreign minister Johnson says he will not resign: SkyBritain's foreign minister Boris Johnson said he was not going to resign, when questioned on Tuesday following reports that he could quit before the weekend if his Brexit demands were not met by Prime Minister Theresa May. May is due to make a speech on Brexit on Friday and the Daily Telegraph newspaper reported that close friends of Johnson believe he will have no choice but to walk away if she advocates permanently paying for access to the EU's single market. Speaking in New York, Johnson was asked by reporters if he planned to resign in footage aired by Sky News. "We're working together, and the key thing is to make sure Britain can take advantage of the opportunities that Brexit provides." May later backed Johnson in an interview with Sky News.



[in Reuters]

Toys R Us bankruptcy may actually reassure toymakers

Toys R Us bankruptcy may reassure toymakers

     
 
 
Health benefit offers from small businesses keep vanishing, report says

Only half of America's smallest businesses now offer health coverage to their workers because many say steady cost hikes have made it too expensive.

     
 
 
Walgreens to revise rite aid deal

Walgreens Boots Alliance is set to revise its agreement to buy some Rite Aid stores to resolve outstanding antitrust concerns, according to Bloomberg. Roselle Chen reports. Video provided by Reuters

     
 
 
Shocking' disregard for safety in U.S. meningitis case -prosecutor

'Shocking' disregard for safety in U.S. meningitis case -prosecutorBy Nate Raymond BOSTON (Reuters) - A federal prosecutor on Tuesday accused a Massachusetts pharmacist charged with murder for his role in a deadly 2012 U.S. meningitis outbreak of showing a "shocking" disregard for patients' lives, while his lawyer argued the man was no killer. Glenn Chin, a former supervisory pharmacist at New England Compounding Center, oversaw the production in filthy conditions of tainted steroids, Assistant U.S. Attorney George Varghese said at the start of the man's trial in Boston federal court. Varghese told jurors that Chin, 49, recklessly failed to ensure the compounding pharmacy's drugs were produced in sanitary conditions in order to keep up with demand from hospitals nationally for its products.



[in Reuters]

Redondo Beach man gets life in prison in reality star girlfriend's death
A Redondo Beach man convicted of killing his reality star girlfriend has been sentenced to life in prison.
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