Articles by Associated Press
The White House on Saturday condemned China's efforts to control how U.S. airlines refer to Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau.
Trump's concerns include Iran's ballistic missile program and its involvement in Mideast conflicts, issues that aren't part of the international agreement.
For Western businesses, the 2015 nuclear deal meant access to Iran's largely untapped market of 80 million people.
Protests by employees of a "chaebol," the family-controlled big businesses that dominate the South Korean economy, are rare.
California's economy has a thriving technology sector in Silicon Valley, the world's entertainment capital in Hollywood and the nation's salad bowl.
A total of 917 British citizens work at the European Commission in Brussels, according to its 2018 figures.
Analysts say chances for a breakthrough appear slim given the two sides' intensifying rivalry in strategic technologies, where China lags behind the U.S.
A decade after the financial and debt crisis ravaged the Eurozone the economic indicators are "flashing green."
The stock hit a new high of $171.23 Wednesday before backtracking slightly and then tumbled by more than 11 percent in extended trading after the results were released.
Cambridge Analytica said it has filed papers to begin insolvency proceedings in the U.K. and will seek bankruptcy protection in a federal court in New York.
Prime Minister Najib Razak, who set up the fund, is facing May 9 national elections that will test his legitimacy.
Cabinet committee meeting to decide the future of Brexit and the survival of the Government.
A pre-negotiated reorganization plan filed Tuesday will allow Gibson Brands Inc. to continue operations with $135 million in financing from lenders.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the new dating feature is "not just for hookups" but to build "meaningful, long-term relationships."
Korean Air heiress apologises before police questioning.
The CEO of British supermarket chain Sainsbury's has apologised after hot microphone singing.
Shares in the world's biggest fast food chain by revenue rose nearly 5 percent.
Sainsbury's promises 10 percent price cuts as its shares surge as the market open.
US president hailed as peacemaker as North Korea makes more nuclear concessions.
Shock move would create the UK's largest supermarket chain with a 31% market share.