Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the US is prepared to talk to North Korea when Pyongyang agrees to change course on its nuclear and missile programs.
The "Make Our Planet Great Again" grants — a nod to Trump's "Make America Great Again" campaign slogan — are part of Macron's efforts to counter Trump on the climate change front.
While Russia is broadly unpopular, it still beats the U.S. among countries polled - but both are ahead of one major Middle Eastern power
Citizens should be able to watch movies in public by March next year.
Bitcoin's meteoric price rise has left investors scrambling to understand the fundamental reason for the digital currency's runaway rally.
Although the U.S. outspends Russia and China in defense, its rivals are closing the gap in capabilities and pose threat, says Rand report.
Iraq declared a final victory over the Islamic State which had controlled one-third of the Middle East country.
Escalating rivalries among regional players are creating some interesting geostrategic alliances.
The investment would earn the Chinese e-commerce giant a 25 percent stake in Bigbasket and a foothold in two burgeoning e-commerce markets.
Bitcoin mania could prompt some of the world's largest oil-producing countries to make a move against the dollar, according to one commodity analyst.
Bitcoin investors could learn a valuable lesson from the Dutch tulip bulb mania of the 1630s, according to a global banking regulator.
News that Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman bought a Leonardo da Vinci painting came as a shock to the Western world.
The Israeli military said on Thursday that an aircraft and a tank had targeted two posts belonging to militants in the Gaza Strip.
Lego has won a landmark case in China against two companies that manufactured and sold toys almost identical to its LEGO Friends range.
The painting of Christ is one of fewer than 20 by the Renaissance master known to exist.
A federal judge in Argentina indicted and asked for the arrest of former President Cristina Fernandez.
A senior U.S. official has cast doubt over whether U.S. athletes will able to compete at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea amid heightened tensions with the North.
Between "dangerous repercussions," a "red line" and a "declaration of war," international leaders' reactions reveal a clear consensus that the move will only make things in an already volatile region worse.
The Australian Parliament voted on Thursday to allow same-sex marriage across the nation.
Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb has reaped millions by ransoming Western citizens, taxing locals and trading in drugs and other contraband.
Southeast Asia's internet economy is poised to hit $50 billion this year and $200 billion by 2025.
The country sealed $17.57 billion from 408 M&A deals in 2017 — the highest in five years, a Duff & Phelps report showed.
The philanthropist is co-chair of an organization that's made more than $41 billion in total grant payments.
U.S. stocks rose on Tuesday amid growing optimism that Republican lawmakers would revamp the corporate tax system.
European stocks closed higher Tuesday, as investors monitored upcoming policy meetings from the Fed and the ECB.
Asian markets closed slightly lower on Tuesday ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting later in the week.