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The Argentine Navy submarine that went missing a year ago off the countrys Atlantic Coast was found by a private company involved in what had been a massive search for the vessel and its 44-member crew.
The Trump administration said it had not reached a final conclusion on whether Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi despite the CIA's belief that is the case. Conway G.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday the wildfire devastation in Paradise, California -- the site of the state's deadliest wildfire -- was "very sad" and that his administration is working to assess how to prevent such disasters from happenin
The CIA believes Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul, according to sources familiar with the matter, complicating President Donald Trump's efforts to preserve ties with a key U.S. ally.
Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams said on Friday that her Republican opponent Brian Kemp would be officially declared the victor in the race, but she said her announcement was not a concession because that would acknowledge "an
Shares of embattled utility PG&E Corp jumped as fears it could be bankrupted by the fallout of California's deadly wildfires were eased by support from a regulator.
CNN and its correspondent Jim Acosta are heading back to the White House, after a judge temporarily restored his press credentials, which were revoked by President Donald Trump last week.
Family and friends of Jamal Khashoggi said funeral prayers in Saudi Arabia and Turkey on Friday (November 16) for the Saudi journalist killed by agents of his own government, in a case that has sparked a global outcry and mired the kingdom in crisis.
Volkswagen expects to become the most profitable manufacturer of electric cars thanks to a huge expansion plan to mass produce battery driven vehicles, Chief Executive Herbert Diess said on Friday. As Laura Frykberg reports, the carmaker is set to s
He may not be there, but Donald Trump's influence is keenly felt at this week's summit of Asian nations amid warnings of a 'domino effect' of protectionism throughout the region. The US, meanwhile, has played down hopes that China's written response
American prosecutors have obtained a sealed indictment against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, whose website published thousands of classified U.S. government documents, a U.S. federal court document showed on Thursday. Jonah Green is on the story.
An iconic 1972 painting by British artist David Hockney soared to $90.3 million at Christies on Thursday, smashing the record for the highest price ever paid at auction for a work by a living artist.
Two top officials of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge were found guilty of genocide by a U.N.-backed court on Friday (November 16), almost four decades after the apocalyptic regime which oversaw the "Killing Fields" was overthrown.
European shares recovered on Friday as investors licked their wounds after a tumultuous week and strong results from Vivendi boosted the media sector. As David Pollard reports, sterling also clawed back some of Thursday's sharp losses as Theresa May
With concern growing among business leaders over Theresa May's Brexit deal, British aero-engine maker Rolls-Royce says it's continuing with contingency plans as uncertainty grows. As Laura Frykberg reports, the UK's financial services industry is al
A search for victims of a catastrophic blaze that reduced a northern California town to ashes intensifies. Authorities now say more than 600 people are missing and 63 have been confirmed dead after the Camp Fire ripped through the town of Paradise.
With hundreds of cryptocurrencies being issued every month, countries face a choice: ban them, leave them unregulated, or come up with rules to tame them. As Julian Satterthwaite reports, Paris is doing just that.
Auto companies such as Suzuki are linking up with fast-growing ride-hailing services like Uber, in an attempt to transform a threat to their business into a growth opportunity.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has visited the test site of a new tactical weapon in his first public field inspection since last year, hailing it as a display of our rapidly-growing defense capabilities, according to state media.