Kosovo PM organ trafficking link

Former Kosovo Liberation Army commanders are accused of organ and drug trafficking in a draft report from the human rights body, the Council of Europe.

Lions Gate holders elect board, defeat Icahn

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Lions Gate Entertainment Corp shareholders voted for all 12 of the company’s board nominees in a victory against hostile suitor Carl Icahn, who had proposed a dissident slate.

Poverty equals obesity? Study bucks common wisdom

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Women who are poor are much more likely to be obese but men are not, U.S. government researchers said on Tuesday in a report that contradicts some common perceptions.

Man arrested for threats to Washington subway

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A Virginia man has been arrested for making threats to use explosives in the Washington, D.C., area, including in the local subway system, according to court documents released on Tuesday.

Motorcyle bandit robs Las Vegas casino of $1.5 million

LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – An armed man robbed a craps table at the Bellagio casino of about $1.5 million in chips on Tuesday before escaping on a motorcycle, Las Vegas police said.

Microsoft fixes bugs in Windows, Internet Explorer

BOSTON (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp issued one of its biggest-ever security fixes on Tuesday, including repairs to its ubiquitous Windows operating system and Internet Explorer browser for flaws that could let hackers take control of a PC.

Fed keeps policy on hold, says recovery too slow

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Federal Reserve said on Tuesday the economic recovery was still too slow to bring down unemployment, reaffirming its commitment to purchase $600 billion in bonds to stimulate growth and create jobs.

Lions Gate shareholders approve board nominees

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Lions Gate Entertainment Corp shareholders approved the company’s slate of board nominees at its annual meeting, defeating a dissident slate proposed by billionaire hostile…