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Under pressure to lower interest rates, the Federal Reserve gave its strongest signal yet that it is preparing to possibly cut rates later this year, while keeping rates steady on Wednesday. Conway G.
The United States sought on Wednesday to bolster its case for isolating Iran over its nuclear and regional activities by displaying limpet mine fragments it said came from a damaged oil tanker and saying the ordnance looked Iranian in origin.
The Federal Reserve held interest rates steady Wednesday, but Bokeh Capital's Kim Forrest tells Reuters' Fred Katayama she sees two rate cuts coming this year.
Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson cemented his position as the favorite to be Britain’s next prime minister on Wednesday after he increased his support in the third round of the Conservative Party leadership contest.
A Dutch-led investigation names three Russians and a Ukrainian as suspects in the downing of flight MH17 over Ukraine five years ago. All 298 aboard perished.
Steinhoff International warned of the lingering damage from a massive accounting scandal after the South African retail group reported a $1.3 billion annual loss, sending its volatile shares down 8 percent.
As President Trump threatens mass deportations of millions of undocumented migrants next week, new groups of asylum seekers are being returned to Mexico with some saying that they have been sent south of the border without their family members.
China's President Xi Jinping heads to Pyongyang this week holding out the prospect of fresh measures to support North Korea's floundering, sanctions-bound economy, the first trip in 14 years by a Chinese leader.
In Africa, the huge "dry hair" market of weaves, extensions and wigs crafted from everything from synthetic fibre to human or yak hair is worth billions of dollars. But now, Tanzania's government has announced a 25% "dry hair" import tax, which has w
The European Union's second highest court ruled on Wednesday that Adidas's three-stripe branding was invalid as a trademark as it lacked a distinctive character.
After Boeing won a shock order from British Airways owner IAG for its troubled 737 MAX jets, Airbus fought back Wednesday with more big sales of its own. Julian Satterthwaite reports on this year's Paris Air Show.
President Donald Trump formally launches his 2020 re-election campaign by presenting himself as the same political insurgent who shook up the Washington establishment four years ago and who is now a victim of an attempted ouster by Democrats.
The Christian hymn "Sing Hallelujah to the Lord" has emerged as the unlikely anthem of Hong Kong's protests against an extradition bill that have drawn millions of people onto the streets.
A once thriving electric vehicle industry in China is starting to feel the pinch from Beijing putting the brakes on its generous subsidy plans and a slowing performance from established rivals like Tesla.
Hope Hicks, once a close aide and communications director for President Donald Trump, will become on Wednesday the first member of his inner circle to testify to the congressional panel leading a probe into possible obstruction of justice by Trump. C
Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson advanced on the prize of Britain's top political job on Tuesday, winning 126 votes in the second round of a contest to replace Prime Minister Theresa May.
Retired baseball star David Ortiz's condition has reportedly been elevated to 'good' as authorities identify the man they say is behind the alleged plot to kill him. Gavino Garay has more.