A former World Bank economist held a narrow lead over the daughter of a disgraced ex-president late Sunday.
Hillary Clinton defeated Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in Puerto Rico’s Democratic primary Sunday, drawing her closer to the nomination.
The real estate mogul’s presidential campaign pays male workers more than women, a study found.
Producer Michael Bay’s “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” sequel reigned despite rotten reviews.
But Hillary Clinton still appeared poised to collect enough delegates this week to clinch the Democratic nomination.
Up to 20 nuclear reactors may be forced to shutter within a decade as utilities face plunging power prices and withering political support.
The absence of a deal Thursday is fueling broader concerns that the once-powerful oil cartel is losing its influence over global oil markets.
The world installed more solar, wind and hydropower in 2015 than in any previous year, even as fossil fuel prices plummeted.
The biannual meeting in Vienna on Thursday arrives just weeks after Saudi officials scuttled a plan between OPEC and non-OPEC producers to freeze oil production and shore up prices.
The U.S. is expected to see the strongest growth among the Group of Seven economies while Japan could see the weakest growth.
Supply disruptions in Canada, Libya and Nigeria continue to shrink a global supply glut that has weighed on oil markets for almost two years.
Global giants from Coca-Cola to Procter & Gamble and Halliburton have delayed or ceased operations amid the deepening economic crisis.
“I don’t want to step into the U.K. debate,” Total CEO Patrick Pouyanne said. “Being the chairman of a global company, we would like to have fewer borders.”
Latin America’s largest economy, which shrank 3.8 percent last year, is in its worst recession in two decades and facing political turmoil.
America produced more petroleum and natural gas hydrocarbons than any other nation in 2015, beating out Saudi Arabia and Russia, thanks in part to advances in fracking.
The Connecticut-based conglomerate said it will invest in multiple projects in oil-rich Saudi Arabia as officials seek to diversify the economy.
Still facing fallout over its emissions cheating fraud, the German auto giant says it negotiated a deal with a major labor union.
Supply disruptions in Canada, Nigeria and Libya helped soften the global crude glut, but brimming inventories kept prices from rising further.
The White House is reviewing a decades-old federal coal-leasing program. The outcome could help taxpayers but cost coal miners.
Despite protests, the Norwegian government said Wednesday it had awarded licenses for oil exploration in parts of the Arctic Barents Sea.