Hungary is facing a frontal assault from U.S. financier George Soros who is attacking the country via his non-government organizations and European Union bureaucrats, a top ruling party politician said on Monday.
The U.S. State Department approved a possible $10.5 billion sale of Raytheon Co's Patriot missile defense system to Poland, the Pentagon said on Friday.
Pope Francis took delivery of a custom Lamborghini Huracan on Wednesday, but the $200,000 supercar isn’t destined to be the next popemobile.
Scotland is to become one of the first countries in the world to introduce minimum alcohol pricing in an attempt to tackle a worsening public health problem with binge drinking.
A JPMorgan bank official is warning of a financial markets upheaval if this happens in Britain....
'The Next Revolution' host Steve Hilton on President Trump's trip to Asia and Brexit.
The official who created the rules for leaving the European Union said Friday that Britain can legally stop the process any time it wants before exit day in 2019.
A trove of leaked documents relating to offshore investments raised questions early this week about Apple’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) use of an Irish tax haven, a tactic that allowed the tech giant to avoid paying income taxes, saving billions of dollars in profit.
Apple said none of its operations were moved from Ireland and that changes made to its corporate structure in 2015 was specially designed to preserve tax payments to U.S.
Newly leaked papers reveal that Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has invested some of her private money in offshore tax havens.
President Donald Trump made a public pitch on Saturday to Saudi Arabia, asking the oil-rich country to start selling shares of Saudi Aramco, its state-owned oil company, on the New York Stock Exchange when the company goes public in the second half of 2018.
The Bank of England raised interest rates for the first time in more than 10 years on Thursday and said it expected only "very gradual" further increases would be needed over the next three years.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday that Moscow regarded updated U.S. sanctions on Russia extremely negatively.
The Bank of England looks set to raise interest rates for the first time in more than 10 years on Thursday, despite economic growth appearing weaker than before any other increase in borrowing costs in the past 20.
Former Department of Justice attorney Hans Von Spakovsky explains why the indictment of three Trump campaign members, including campaign manager Paul Manafort, does not prove that the campaign colluded with Russia.
The eurozone economy is enjoying its strongest and most sustained period of growth since a short-lived bounce-back following the global financial crisis.
Catalonia's ousted leader called for peaceful opposition to Spain's decision to take direct control of the region, saying Saturday that he and other regional officials fired by the central government will keep "working to build a free country."
The Latest on the Spain-Catalonia political crisis (all times local): 4:35 p.m.
John Bolton, former U.S. ambassador to the U.N., on the Uranium One deal and a Russian lawmaker's comment that Russia has the most powerful army in the world.
'The Next Revolution' host Steve Hilton on whether the criminalization of policy differences and spying on political opponents is part of the status quo.