U.S. Olympians heading to Rio to get expert advice on the Zika virus ahead of the Summer Games, an end to the Oregon standoff as last occupiers surrender, manslaughter charges raised in connection with 2015 Manhattan gas explosion, and scientists announce discovery of gravitational waves.» Read More
Penn also told talk show host Charlie Rose that he regrets the fallout from the Rolling Stone article based on his interview with Guzman.
The chief executive of a troubled, deeply indebted Malaysian investment fund strongly rejected accusations of a cover-up, Channel NewsAsia reported.
Jakarta was rocked Thursday by a bomb and gun attack that left at least seven police officers and civilians dead. Teneo Intelligence’s managing director, Bob Herrera-Lim discusses.
Kurdish militants launched a car bomb attack on a police complex in southeast Turkey's Diyarbakir province, killing five people and wounding 39.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection has seized $35,000 worth in counterfeit smart wristbands in Philadelphia, the agency has announced.
Prosecutors say PG&E managers ordered the destruction of incriminating documents about the deadly pipeline blast in San Bruno, sfgate.com reports.
Barcelona forward Neymar has been ordered to appear in a court next month as one of the defendants in a fraud case.
CNBC’s Hadley Gamble discusses how the recent bomb attack in Istanbul, Turkey is impacting the country and raising awareness that terrorism is a global issue.
Six bankers were formally charged in a British court on Monday with conspiring to manipulate Euribor benchmark interest rates.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel faced growing pressure to harden her line on refugees, after the first detailed police reports on the Cologne attacks.
We haven't seen it yet, but legal U.S. pot could eventually crush one of the biggest historic weed exporters, Mexico.
Trial of Princess Cristina is the first time a member of Spanish royalty has faced criminal charges since the monarchy was restored in 1975.
Police broke up a far-right march against Germany's migration policy, after refugees were revealed as suspects in the Cologne assaults.
The actor's interview with Joaquin Guzman helped lead security forces to the drugs kingpin, Mexican government sources said.
A gunman claiming allegiance to IS militants shot and seriously wounded a Philadelphia police officer after ambushing his patrol car.
An Interior Ministry spokesman said police had so far identified 31 people suspected of playing a role in the violence.
Joaquin Guzman, a Mexican druglord better known as "El Chapo," has been captured, the Mexican president said Friday.
Wal-Mart faces a lawsuit claiming store employees negligently allowed an underage, drunk customer to buy a box of bullets later used in three murders.
A Kentucky sheriff says prized bottles of Pappy Van Winkle bourbon stolen by a whiskey-theft ring might end up being destroyed rather than auctioned.
If the reports are true that North Korea has successfully tested a hydrogen bomb, this is bound to “spook” the markets, NBC’s Bill Neely explains.