Oil Giant Chevron Announces Big Job Cuts Amid Slump In Global Prices
With the slump in global oil prices, Chevron announced Friday it plans to cut thousands of jobs.
Anheuser-Busch InBev Profits Are Down For Beer Company, Shares Are Up Ahead Of SABMiller Acquisition
The world's largest brewer saw its third quarter net profit fall, but with the potential acquisition of SABMiller, shares rose in Europe.
New Hampshire Prep School Rape Sentence: Owen Labrie To Serve 1 Year In State Jail
Owen Labrie's sentencing Thursday in a rape case at an elite New Hampshire prep school drew attention to sexual assault.
Halloween Las Vegas 2015: 5 Ways To Celebrate The October Holiday In Sin City
From angels and devils to haunted houses, here are five events in Sin City to celebrate Halloween night.
European Union Calls For Edward Snowden Criminal Charges To Be Dropped: Will Whistleblower Find Asylum in Europe?
The European Parliament has called for the protection of whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Saudi Blogger Raif Badawi Wins Sakharov Human Rights Prize
The winner of this year's Sakharov prize is serving a 10-year prison sentence over his writings, which criticized Saudi Arabian religious authorities.
Will China Pay For Flight MH370 Search? Funding To Find Missing Malaysia Airlines Plane Is Running Out
Funds for the search effort to locate missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 could dry up by March, prompting calls for China to contribute financially.
Blatter Confesses To FIFA World Cup Corruption? Russia Chosen As 2018 Host Before Official Vote, Former Soccer President Claims
Suspended FIFA President Sepp Blatter revealed more corruption at the football association over the selection process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
Ukraine Military Update: Soldiers Eat Rotten Food, Forced To Buy Equipment As Poor Conditions Still Visible On The Front Lines
Ukrainian officials have increased the capacity of the country's military since the start of the conflict 18 months ago, but some basic resources are still lacking.
Is China's Manufacturing Sector Recovering? Slight Increase Seen After Stimulus
Two new polls show a slight increase in China's manufacturing sector in October after concerns had mounted that the world's second largest economy still hadn't bottomed out.
Ukraine Conflict Update: Donetsk Separatists Announce Weapons Pullback
After 18 months of conflict, separatists announced the beginning of mortar withdrawal as a two-month truce hangs in the balance.
Republican Presidential CNBC Debate 2015: Full List Of GOP Candidates Participating In Colorado Event
It's time for the next Republican presidential debate. Here's a look at which candidates will be debating economic issues.
Russian Soldier Killed In Syria? Government Claims Death Was Suicide
The parents of a 19-year-old Russian soldier were told his death in Syria was a suicide due to an argument with his girlfriend, but they don't believe it.
Russia Running Out Of Money? Finance Minister Says Reserve Fund Could Be Drained In 2016
Comments from Russia's Finance Minister over the country's Reserve Fund have raised further concerns about the real state of the country's economy.
Amid ISIS Fears, Russia Detains 150 Migrants Over Potential Ties To Islamic Militants
At a moment of heightened terrorism fears, Russia has detained 150 migrant workers accused of ties to militant groups.
What Is Rideau Cottage? Justin Trudeau To Live In Canada's 'New' White House
With millions of dollars of repairs needed, Canada's Prime Minister-designate Justin Trudeau won't call 24 Sussex Drive home.
Ben Carson Winning Iowa? Donald Trump Falls Hard In New Poll Ahead Of Debate
The new polling data may put pressure on Trump for a standout performance in Wednesday's debate.
Ukraine Election 2015 Update: Voting Results Show Division Between Eastern And Western Part Of The Country
The east-west division among Ukraine voters has plagued the country since it became independent in 1991.
Energy Deal: Duke Energy Corp. Acquires Piedmont Natural Gas Co. For $4.9B
In a major energy deal Monday, Duke Energy Co. will acquire one million new customers with its acquisition of Piedmont Natural gas for $4.9 billion.
Amid Middle East Conflict, Israel's New Armored Fighting Vehicle Eitan Is Unveiled
Amid domestic unrest and the continued menace of the Islamic State group, Israel has unveiled its next generation of armored fighting vehicles.
Ukraine Election 2015: Unpredictable Local Races Could Bring Old Guard Back To Power
With more than 140 political parties registered, Ukraine's local elections Sunday could wind up being a referendum on the policies of the national government in Kiev.
Amid China, Russia Economic Slowdowns, German Manufacturing Growth Continues To Lag
Lower demand from China and Russia have hit Germany's manufacturing sector at a moment of political uncertainty in the EU over the refugee crisis.
Poland Election Results 2015: Will Euroskeptic Law And Justice Come To Power After Years Of Economic Growth?
In an election hinging on economic promises, a Euroskeptic, right-wing party could come to power in Poland Sunday.
Halloween 2015 Washington DC Events: 5 Fun And Scary Ways To Celebrate October Holiday All Month Long
From a night at the zoo to a high-heeled race, here's a list of fun events leading up to Halloween in the nation's capital.
Zimbabwe Dictator Robert Mugabe Wins China's Nobel Peace Prize: President Has Been Accused Of Human Rights Violations
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe joins a list that includes Cuba's former President Fidel Castro as the winner of the annual Confucius Prize, a Chinese alternative to the Nobel Peace Prize.
Ahead Of EU Refugee Crisis Summit, Slovenia Is Latest European Country To Be Overwhelmed By Thousands Of Asylum Seekers
The European Union has called an emergency meeting this weekend as the newest EU members plead for assistance.
Oil-Rich Saudi Arabia Running Out Of Assets? IMF Report Says It's Possible In Next 5 Years
A new IMF report predicts low economic growth of 2.5 percent for the Middle East and Central Asia as oil-rich states look to cut spending to avoid depleting their assets.
Is The Gender Wage Gap Real? 2015 Data Show Men's Earnings Growing Faster Than Women's In US
Men's earnings are increasing twice as fast as women's, U.S. Labor Department data show.
Canada Marijuana Legalization 2015: After Trudeau Win, Legal Pot Now A Question Of When
Shares in Canada's cannabis companies soared upon the election of Justin Trudeau as the country's next prime minister.
With NATO Air Base Expansion, Russia Accuses Estonia Of 'Provocative Step'
Russia criticized Estonia's plans to expand NATO's presence at the Amari air base. At the same time, Russia discussed how it was strengthening its own military forces.