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All eyes are on the Gangneung Ice Arena to see if North Korea's medal ambitions can come true.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's sister will be part of the North's delegation coming to South Korea for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, Seoul said Wednesday.
North Korea's military parade a day before the Olympics kick off may be an attempt to upstage the games and stir fear, observers say.
The Pentagon is moving forward on planning for "a grand military parade" after getting orders from President Trump, according to a report.
Russian cyberspies pursuing the secrets of military drones and other sensitive US defense technology tricked contract workers into exposing their email to theft.
U.S. plane maker Piper Aircraft said it will sell 152 planes for $75 million to China's Fan-Mei Aviation Technologies.
Chipotle Mexican Grill knows that it has a reputation issue and it has a plan to fix that.
The South China Sea is a globally important waterway for trade and energy.
One of Israel's largest defense firms confirmed it was engaged in talks with India over a deal for its Spike anti-tank guided missiles.
Traders say it looks like stocks may have found at least a temporary bottom, and the market could open higher Wednesday.
Mercedes-Benz apologized to Chinese consumers for an Instagram post with a quote from exiled Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama.
John Slattery, Embraer's commercial aviation chief executive, said the company hasn't yet received an offer it can review.
The ESPN service, expected to launch in early 2018, will be Disney's first direct-to-consumer streaming product.
Even by the standards of hot internet companies, Snap has a ton of money tied up in stock-based awards.
Jim Cramer dissects the action behind the averages and uncovers the reason for a wild trading session.
The Toulouse-based company said it predicted sales of over 1,000 aircraft in Asia over the next 20 years.
The Dow has traveled more than 1,000 points points in a day to regain 48 percent of Monday's losses.
The rebound in Asian markets stalled as several indexes in the region gave up early gains to finish the session in negative territory.
Bestselling author William Cohan believes the recent market drop is "healthy, normal and welcome."
Snap growth outpacing Facebook's in North America -- their most lucrative market.