A group of Senate Democrats sent a letter to U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday, requesting information about a raft of trademark approvals from China this year that they say may violate the U.S. Constitution's ban on gifts from foreign governments.
Greek workers have walked off the job across the country for a nationwide general strike expected to disrupt public and private sector services.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says that if Britain restricts immigration from European Union countries in the future, that will have "its price."
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Standard & Poor's has raised Indonesia's sovereign credit rating to investment grade in recognition of a stable governing coalition and improved control over government finances.
Saudi Arabia's energy minister says he doesn't expect any objections to a nine-month extension to the output cut deal between OPEC and none-OPEC members through March 2018.
China has criticized a decision by the Moody's rating agency to cut its rating for Chinese government debt and defended Beijing's finances and economic reforms.
OPEC oil ministers meeting this week appear damned if they don't extend production cuts — and only slightly less damned if they do.
A glance of the leaders meeting with Donald Trump during his first Group of Seven summit as U.S. president, in alphabetical order by country.
The differences are well-known: climate change, trade and migration threaten to throw a summit of the Group of Seven wealthy democracies off its consensus game, with U.S. President Donald Trump cast as the spoiler-in-chief.
Albanian residents and a non-governmental organization have filed a lawsuit against the government for giving a concession to build a hydropower station in a protected valley.
The Dominican Republic minister of industry and commerce and seven other top-level officials have been detained in an international bribery scandal involving the Brazilian company Odebrecht.
Venezuela opposition leaders are decrying Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s purchase of bonds from the government of President Nicolas Maduro.
A handful of entrepreneurs have quietly formed communist Cuba's first private small business association, testing the government's willingness to allow Cubans to organize outside the strict bounds of state control.
British opposition politicians are accusing Prime Minister Theresa May of failing to stand up to the United States over its withdrawal from the Paris climate accord.
The independent monitor overseeing Volkswagen's efforts to prevent a repeat of its diesel emissions scandal says he has a "broad mandate" to review the company's practices and that his initial impression is that VW is making a serious effort to reform.
Fourteen migrant workers from Myanmar have appeared in a Thai court on criminal defamation charges brought by their employer, which they accused of grueling, illegal working conditions.
Plans to expand a hotel in Mexico City are on hold after archaeologists unearthed a 1400s-era temple to the Aztec wind god Ehecatl and a ceremonial ball court under the property.
Qatar Airways says its net profits rose to $540 million in its latest financial disclosure before the airline took a hit and was blocked from flying to major Arab states.
The inflation rate in Britain has risen to its highest level in four years, hitting 2.9 percent in May from 2.7 percent in April.