South Korea's weather agency said it believed it to be a natural earthquake.
China has limited refined oil product exports to North Korea, and banned textile imports, as part of UN economic sanctions on Pyongyang.
China wants Japan to move beyond tighter UN economic sanctions and press for talks with North Korea over its weapons program.
There's a domestic dairy glut in regions that's so bad it's led some American farmers to spill milk.
Facebook is fighting through a tangled morass of privacy, free-speech and moderation issues with governments, The New York Times reports.
At the United Nations in New York, India denounced Pakistan as "the land of pure terror," Newsweek reports.
The busiest border crossing in the U.S. will close this weekend to the more than 40,000 cars that pass through it daily to Mexico.
NAFTA has knit the North American economy together by lowering the barriers for companies shipping products, N.Y. Times reports.
Interest in outdoor music festivals on the mainland has been on the rise.
The third round of renegotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement is set to kick off Friday.
Russia's central bank has been forced to rescue two major lenders in less than a month, intensifying concerns among global investors.
Lawmakers are formulating meaningless green vehicle regulations, said Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer.
The U.S. will hurt its credibility if it cancels the Iran nuclear deal, making North Korea talks more difficult, Chinese state media said.
South Korea's approval of an $8 million aid package for the North is likely to muddle international efforts to isolate the rogue nation.
The White House is trying to preserve Republican votes on tax reform, according senior administration officials and others.
Switzerland's largest bank remained confident about the prospects of the world's second-largest economy.
Ri Yong Ho says his country may detonate a nuclear weapon in the Pacific, according to a report from South Korean news agency Yonhap.
China is about to get its first new PBOC chief in 15 years, and the selection could show what Beijing has planned for the economy.
The Facebook CEO hosted a live feed amid swirling criticism over the site's advertising practices.
For Sen. Mark Warner there are fresh fears about the extent to which Russian agents may have tapped bots on tech sites, Recode reports.