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Saudi minister confident of oil cut extension

Saudi Arabia's energy minister expressed confidence on Sunday of extending a global cut in oil production designed to boost prices. Khalid al-Falih spoke ahead of a meeting on Thursday between the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and Russia, where they are expected to extend the production cut pact

Mexican mob attacks Russian man in Cancun over insults

Police rescued the Russian, identified as Aleksei Makeev, after the crowd stormed his apartment on Friday night, said Guillermo Brahms, secretary general of Benito Juarez municipality, which encompasses Cancun. The Russian embassy had no immediate comment.

Man freed from prison faces possible deportation to Cuba

DENVER (AP) — A Colorado man ordered released from prison after being mistakenly set free a decade ago and then put back behind bars is now being held by federal immigration authorities and facing possible deportation to Cuba.

Richard Rojas named as Times Square crash driver suspect

The suspected driver who plowed through Times Square killing an 18-year-old woman and injuring 19 more has been identified as Richard Rojas. Previous reports have indicated that he was a 26-year-old who lives in the Bronx borough of New York City and that he had a history of driving under the influence of alcohol.

New Questions On Trump-Russia Special Counsel

Sari Horwitz, Justice Department reporter for The Washington Post, talks with Rachel Maddow about new questions raised by the appointment of Robert Mueller as special counsel to the Trump-Russia investigation.