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Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report into Russia’s role in the 2016 U.S. election describes in extensive and sometimes unflattering detail a series of actions by President Donald Trump to impede the probe, raising questions about whether he commit
A&G Capital chief investment officer Hilary Kramer also tells Reuters' Fred Katayama the other tech company that went public Friday, Zoom, could become a takeout target.
Social media company Pinterest and video conferencing service Zoom had successful stock market debuts Thursday, so far living up to the hype of what is expected to be a hot year for tech IPOs.
Samsung's highly-anticipated Galaxy Fold may have a problem. Journalists with review versions of the nearly $2,000 foldable phone are complaining of cracked screens and other malfunctions only days after taking the gadget out of the box. Conway G.
Firefighters who tackled the Notre-Dame blaze said they were "honored" to be recognised by French President Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee Palace on Thursday.
Britain's Brexit extension will give Eurosceptic parties in European Parliament elections a higher percentage of seats - but what does that really mean? Lauren Anthony reports.
Attorney General Barr offered a spirited defense of President Trump ahead of the release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russia's role in the 2016 U.S. election, emphasizing that it found no collusion between Trump's campaign and Moscow
Weak manufacturing surveys from Asia and Europe stoked fears of a widespread slowdown in growth on Thursday. But, as David Pollard reports, Brexit appears to be doing little to dampen Britain's appetite for shopping.
Yulia Gavrilova expresses her political preference for Ukraine's presidential elections with a portrait of candidate Volodymyr Zelenskiy, made from candy.
A Mars simulation base has opened in the barren hills of China's Gansu province, after the country's moon probe success stirred public appetite for space exploration.
Facebook said on Wednesday it may have "unintentionally uploaded" email contacts of 1.5 million new users since May 2016, in what seems to be the latest privacy-related issue faced by the social media company.
Food and consumer giants cheered investors on an otherwise gloomy day on Europe's share markets. As David Pollard reports, Unilever and Nestle topped forecasts - but Kering shares sank on worries over sales of its Gucci brand.
North Korea says it no longer wanted to deal with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and said he should be replaced in talks by someone more mature, hours after it announced its first weapons test since nuclear talks broke down.
The world's automakers are displaying their most exciting new designs at this year's Shanghai Auto Show and many are visions of how cars could look when they're powered by electricity and when they can drive themselves.
In Indonesia's elections, unofficial results show that incumbent President Joko Widodo leads by a comfortable margin against challenger Probowo Subianto.
Environmental activists glued themselves to a train, lorry, building and to each other in a series of protests to force Britain to take more radical measures to avert climate change.
Amazon says it will shut its China online store by July 18, as the U.S. e-commerce giant focuses on the lucrative businesses of selling overseas goods and cloud services in the world's most populous nation.
Jet Airways, once India's largest private airline, is over a billion dollars in debt and has not paid its pilots and employees in weeks. It has also decided to pull its planes from the skies.
Ahead of Thursday's IPO, social media site Pinterest set its share price at $19, suggesting investors have shrugged off Lyft's poor performance and are ready to dive back in to public markets.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un oversaw the testing of a new type of tactical guided weapon on Wednesday, according to state media Korean Central News Agency.