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A U.S. judge on Monday ruled in favor of a U.S. House of Representatives committee seeking President Donald Trump's financial records from his accounting firm, dealing an early setback to the Trump administration in its legal battle with Congress. Jo
As U.S. President Donald Trump taunts Iran on Twitter, White House officials are preparing to brief members of Congress about the growing tensions in the region. Nathan Frandino has more.
Global X Funds research head Jay Jacobs tells Reuters' Fred Katayama hardware companies like Apple are vulnerable to the U.S.-China trade war, not software firms.
Chicago's first black female and openly gay mayor Lori Lightfoot took the oath of office on Monday and will now take over a city struggling with violence, crime and weak finances. Colette Luke has more.
Ford Motor Co said on Monday it will eliminate about 10% percent of its global salaried workforce, cutting about 7,000 jobs by the end of August as part of its larger restructuring in a move that will save the No. 2 automaker $600 million annually.
Austria's two ruling parties agitated to end their coalition on Monday, with the chancellor seeking to oust the interior minister and his far-right coalition partner threatening to quit the teetering government if he does.
Tajikistan has blamed Islamic State militants for a prison riot that killed three prison guards and 29 inmates on Sunday. Dozens of the relatives of inmates are still waiting to find out if their loved ones are among the dead.
Doctors treating French quadriplegic Vincent Lambert, who has been in a deep vegetative state for more than a decade, plan to stop feeding him this week, renewing a furious debate over the right-to-die that has split France and Lambert’s family.
Indians on Monday speculated about the likely return of Prime Minister Narendra Modi after exit polls the previous day showed his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its allies retaining power with an overwhelming majority.
Shares of U.S. and European chipmakers got hammered Monday amid worries the suppliers of Huawei Technologies may suspend shipments to the Chinese telecom giant.
Oil prices edged up to near multi-week highs on Monday as OPEC indicated it was likely to maintain production cuts that have helped boost prices this year, while escalating Middle East tensions provided further support.
India's Tata Motors posted better-than-expected quarterly results on Monday, and says it sees signs of a turnaround at key unit Jaguar Land Rover.
Forty-five migrants were brought to the Italian island of Lampedusa on Sunday after being transferred from a German charity ship despite an order banning such arrivals by Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini.
The Palestinians have not been consulted about a U.S.-led conference in Bahrain next month designed to encourage international investment in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh said on Monday.
European stocks slipped on Monday as concerns about an escalating fallout from a U.S. crackdown on China's Huawei Technologies offset a slightly more positive tone on trade.
U.S. President Donald Trump issued a new threat to Tehran on Sunday, tweeting that a conflict would be the “official end” of Iran, as Saudi Arabia warned it stood ready to respond with “all strength” and said it was up to Iran to avoid war.
Ukraine's new President Volodymyr Zelenskiy took the oath of office on Monday and immediately announced he was dissolving parliament and calling a snap election, aiming to win seats in a legislature still dominated by loyalists of his predecessor.
BP, Daimler and Deutsche Bank appear likely to come under pressure from vocal shareholders at key meetings this week, and Europe's disenchanted voters go to the polls to choose a new EU parliament. David Pollard takes a look at the week ahead.
Access to public life has improved for Afghan women since U.S.-backed forces ousted the Taliban, though many hardships remain, including the threat of militants increasingly targeting their workplaces.
Anti-money laundering specialists at Deutsche Bank recommended in 2016 and 2017 that multiple transactions involving entities controlled by President Donald Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, be reported to a federal financial-crimes watchdog,