The White House said Friday that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's announcement of his country's "separation" from the US was "offensive," as Duterte doubled down on his intent to turn away from Washington on foreign policy.
Many citizens of Venezuela feel the government cast off the last vestiges of democracy Thursday night, when electoral authorities extinguished the opposition’s efforts to recall President Nicolás Maduro by referendum.
British Prime Minister Theresa May took a warmer tone with the European Union on Friday, calling for constructive talks and promising the U.K. would enthusiastically cooperate with its allies in the bloc even after it leaves.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a telephone conversation on Friday and expressed commitment to further development of the Russia-Israeli relations, the Kremlin press service said.
The German Parliament has adopted a bill granting country’s intelligence agencies wider powers, including spying on EU facilities, but also introducing broader oversight. Critics of the legislation lambasted the law as “unconstitutional.” Read Full Article at RT.com
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is asking undecided voters in the battleground state of Ohio to think "seriously about what you really want to see." Clinton is reaching out to voters who may be considering Donald Trump. (Oct. 21)
Russia is believed to be sending a massive naval task force, with warships from its Northern, Baltic and Black Sea fleets, to the Mediterranean Sea in preparation for what could be a major escalation in the conflict in Syria.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Two months after he jumped into the presidential race as a political unknown on the fringe, independent candidate Evan McMullin is surging in the polls in Utah and drawing large crowds at rallies as he becomes the conduit for conservative voters fed up with Republican Donald Trump's crudeness and antics.
(Reuters) - Honeywell International Inc said on Friday it had cut 3,017 positions across all its businesses in the third quarter, mainly related to the separation of its automation and control
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Former Thailand Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has vowed to fight an administrative order demanding that she personally pay nearly $1 billion for a failed rice-subsidy policy implemented during her time as head of state.
A judge sentenced a British journalist who often posed as a Middle Eastern tycoon in sting operations to 15 months in prison on Friday, after the tabloid reporter was convicted of perverting the course of justice in an effort to get scoops
Hacked Republican Website Skimmed Donor Credit Cards for 6 Months A website used to fund the campaigns of Republican senators was infected with malware that for more than six months collected donors' personal information, including full names, addresses, and credit card data. The storefront for the National Republican Senatorial Committee was [...]
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syria's army and Russia's air force halted their bombardment of rebel-held eastern Aleppo on Friday, a monitoring group said, on the second of four consecutive daytime unilateral
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By Heather Somerville and Tina Bellon SAN FRANCISCO/BERLIN (Reuters) - Airbnb, the online lodging service that investors now believe is worth $30 billion, faces a reckoning.
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A Soyuz space capsule carrying astronauts from Russia and the United States has docked with the International Space Station after a two-day voyage.
The docking took place smoothly Friday and the crew entered the space laboratory after a lengthy procedure to open its hatches. The mission is set to last four months.
The crew consists of two astronauts from the Russian space agency Roscosmos, Sergey Ryzhikov and Andrey Borisenko, as well as NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough. They join American Jeff Williams and Russians Oleg Skripochka and Alexey Ovchinin, who are already aboard the space station.
The new arrivals are carrying the relics of Seraphim of Sarov, an 18th century saint, provided by the Russian Orthodox Church.
The capsule blasted off from Russia's manned space complex in ...
A Georgia man swapped sexual text messages with a teenage girl while his toddler son sat forgotten and dying in the back seat of the father's sweltering SUV, his young texting partner testified in court Friday
Federal prosecutors say a North Carolina judge has been convicted of bribery after he offered beer and money to an officer in exchange for text messages from his wife's cellphone because he suspected she was cheating on him
(Reuters) - A federal grand jury in California has indicted a Russian man for hacking computers belonging to LinkedIn Corp , Dropbox and Formspring, the U.S.
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William G. Bowen, right, the former president of Princeton, and Derek Bok, the former president of Harvard, co-wrote a book about affirmative action and higher education, “The Shape of the River: Long-Term Consequences of Considering Race in College and University Admissions.”
The Sports Xchange The WNBA admitted Friday that a late basket should not have counted after a livid Minnesota Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve criticized the officiating following her team's 77-76 loss to the Los Angeles Sparks in the decisive Game 5 of the WNBA Finals on Thursday night.
FILE - In a Friday, Feb. 5, 2016 file photo, Louisville head basketball coach Rick Pitino listens to a question during a press conference, in Louisville Ky. The NCAA accuses Louisville of providing impermissible benefits and breaches of conduct as a result of its investigation into an escort's book allegations [...]
(Reuters) - Two Minnesota police officers involved in the shooting death of a 24-year-old black man will not face charges after an internal investigation determined they did not violate police policy and were justified in the use of deadly force, the Minneapolis Police Department(MPD) said on Friday.
Hundreds of passengers and staff are evacuated from London City airport following a "chemical incident" that left 26 travellers feeling unwell and shut down flights in and out of the hub.
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With the launch of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, Intel finally made its way into Apples most important product. Good news for Intel, no doubt, but not for consumers.
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The Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is known mostly for his statements on the field, such as his 36 completions thrown Thursday night against the Chicago Bears, which shattered a team record.
U.N. human rights monitors Friday released preliminary findings into violent protests last month in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The U.N. says at least 53 people were killed, nearly all of them at the hands of security forces.
Four policemen were killed by protesters and 48 protesters were killed by state actors, the rights monitors have confirmed.
Human Rights Watch has released similar findings.
“As of now, we’ve confirmed that at least 56 people were killed by security forces,” said Ida Sawyer, DRC researcher for the rights group. … “And we’ve received credible reports of over 30 other victims killed by security forces, and we’re still working to verify those reports.”
Government blames protesters
The government says 32 people were killed in the ...
The former Penn State assistant football coach suing the university says he was angered when told he couldn't return to team facilities after being put on leave the week Jerry Sandusky was charged with child molestation
Anti-terror prosecutors from four nations say they need greater access to encrypted data on smartphones and computers in the fight against terrorism.
The prosecutors from France, Belgium, Spain and Morocco made their joint appeal in Paris after a two-day meeting. They’re seeking new tools to respond to a new age of terror and unlock encrypted messages used by groups like Islamic State.
They issued a joint statement Friday to alert national and international authorities, internet providers, software makers and telecommunication operators about the obstacles posed by data encryption and the locking smartphones and computers, according to the Associated Press.
French prosecutor Francois Molins said protecting personal data is an essential right, but terrorism threats justified ...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - General Electric Co scaled back expectations for its full-year revenue and profit on Friday, overshadowing third-quarter profit that beat analyst forecasts and sending its shares lower.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Former California state Senator Ron Calderon was sentenced to more than three years in prison on Friday in a public corruption case in which the Democratic politician admitted to accepting about $100,000 in bribes, according to local media.
(Reuters) - Signatures on a petition to impeach a Montana judge who handed down a 60-day sentence for a man who admitted to raping his 12-year-old daughter approached 80,000 on Friday in the latest case of citizens targeting judges for doling out what they believe are light sentences for sexual crimes.