A report directs President Biden on how to work within international allies to regulate digital currencies and assets.
The latest round of sanctions on Russia hits people close to Putin, but they won't make a dent in the world's sixth-largest economy.
The Iranian nuclear technology dance continued Tuesday as EU foreign affairs chief Ashton met with Iranian National Security Council Secretary Jalili.
The results of the Dutch election on Wednesday show that incumbent Prime Minister Mark Rutte and his VVD Party have won a greater plurality, but the party of far-right politician Geert Wilders has lost badly. These results cement the Netherlands' leading role in the recovery of the euro zone.
European markets fell Tuesday as investor confidence was weighed down by increasing concerns of the debt crisis affecting the euro zone.
Most of the Asian markets fell Tuesday as investors' concerns about the debt crisis affecting the euro zone were revived, undermining the optimism initially raised by the bond-buying plan announced last week by the European Central Bank.
Venice attracts some 22-million visitors each year (for a city of only about 60,000 residents) and these figures keep climbing.
Of the 10,000 people thought to be at risk of contracting hantavirus pulmonary syndrome from their stays in Yosemite between June and August, some 2,500 live outside the United States.
The Norton Cybercrime Report released Wednesday pegs the total cybercrime cost for the U.S. consumers at $20.7 billion, with close to 71 million Americans falling prey to the online scam.
Asian stock market declined Wednesday as weak economic reports from U.S. and China weighed on the sentiment. Concerns over global economic downturn resurfaced after the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) said that U.S. factory activity contracted for the third straight month in August
Pre-Market Movers (StemCells, Nokia, Anheuser-Busch, Telefonica, Valeant, Coca-Cola, Harmony, ARM Holdings, Tower Semi)
StemCells Inc, Tower Semiconductor Ltd, Nokia Corp, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Telefonica, Valeant Pharmaceuticals, Banco Santander, Coca-Cola Co, Harmony Gold Mining Co and ARM Holdings plc are among the companies whose shares are moving in pre-market trading Tuesday.
Most of the European markets fell Tuesday as investors continued to remain cautious waiting for the policymakers to announce stimulus measures to boost the euro zone economy and revive the growth momentum.
Gold edged higher on Tuesday to the highest level in more than five months as lacklustre manufacturing data from around the globe fanned speculation of imminent easing measures from central banks.
Asian markets remained in a tight range Tuesday as investors were waiting for the outcome of meetings among the policymakers in the euro zone which is expected to announce measures to tackle the debt crisis affecting the region.
Syrian government warplanes bombed targets Aleppo and its vicinity Monday, as a car-bomb exploded in Jaramana near Damascus.
The Bank of Spain announced on Friday that capital outflow from the country had increased by almost 40 percent in June 2012.
Asian shares fell Friday as investors cooled expectations that U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will offer any signal of a further monetary stimulus when he speaks at an annual meeting of central bankers later in the day.
The state-controlled Air Koryo has a fleet of about thirty, mostly older Russian-made aircraft, and flies to 14 foreign airports in six countries -- including, of all places, Kuwait.
The highest court in the Ukraine on Wednesday struck down former Prime Minister Yuliya Tymoshenko's appeal on her seven-year prison sentence.
Ryanair Holdings (Nasdaq: RYAAY), Europe's largest discount airline company by passengers, is asking for some help from rivals in its third attempt to buy Aer Lingus Group Plc (London: AERL).
As the deepening sovereign debt crisis in Europe dampens air travel demands in the region, the world's two largest airplane makers, Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) and Airbus S.A.S. (EPA: EAD), are now bringing their fierce competition to the Asia-Pacific skies.
Seven key events in the next fortnight that will determine whether the now-four-year-old euro zone crisis results in Greece and perhaps also Spain leaving and even whether the monetary union will survive. Here is a list of the seven critical dates with their corresponding events.
Spain's Catalonia region will ask for more than $6 billion from the nation's central government as it struggles with massive debts and an acute budget shortfall. Other Spanish regions are also lining up for similar aid requests.
Gambia Threatens To Execute All Death Row Prisoners, But Africa Moving Towards Abolition Of Capital Punishment
Gambia;s plan to execute all prisoners on death row may jeopardize EU funds it is scheduled to receive.
Most of the Asian markets fell in the week as investor confidence was dragged down by the lack of stimulus measures from policymakers to support the global economy and regain growth momentum.
Most of the European markets fell Friday as investors were worried that the economic condition of the euro zone continued to weaken.