A top South Korean official has said that the United States and South Korea plan to continue joint military exercises next month, despite North Korean protest.
Two Southwest planes collided at an airport in Tennessee on Saturday. No injuries were reported.
The heatwave has killed at least six people across the U.S. and caused event cancellations in many parts of the country.
Canadian cooperative Agropur is recalling some of its ice cream sandwiches due to to possible metal fragments.
Trump said his Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin has had positive talks with Chinese officials. Could a U.S.-China trade deal be on the horizon?
Ford will lay off workers at a Canadian plant as the company continues to restructure to become more profitable.
The food company Mizkan is recalled some varieties of its popular Ragu pasta sauce product due to possible plastic contamination.
Parts of the United States and Canada are experiencing a brutal heat wave, forcing citizens to stay home due to the threat of heat exhaustion.
The World Health Organization has announced that the Ebola crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is a public health emergency of international concern, after the disease was found in the...
With the probe finished, a federal judge ordered the release of documents related to the campaign finance probe of President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen.
The German government has approved a new plan to make measles vaccines mandatory in every kindergarten and preschool in Germany.
U.S. and Italian authorities arrested 19 alleged suspects tied to organized crime on Wednesday, as the group looks to make a resurgence in Italy's mafia-stronghold, Sicily.
Two little blue penguins were taken away from under a sushi food truck, where they had been nesting.
At a meeting in Paris, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated the possibility of a coming rate cut.
South Korea enacted a new law on Tuesday which aims to crack down on toxic work culture and frequent bullying in the office.
North Korea may lift its 20-month moratorium on testing missiles and nuclear weapons due to concerns over joint U.S.-South Korea military exercises.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin believes Facebook's proposed cryptocurrency, Libra, should take proper safeguards against money laundering and terrorist financing.
The Chinese economy has slowed down to its lowest level since 1993 amid a trade war with the United States.
The Trump administration could ease restrictions on American companies to sell to Huawei in as little as two weeks, possibly due to lobbying from the U.S. computer chip industry.
Amazon workers are demonstrating against the e-commerce giant in Europe's largest economy, urging the company to sign onto a collective wage agreement.