SEOUL, (Reuters) – North Korean hackers stole a large amount of classified military documents, including South Korea-U.S.
NAIROBI, (Reuters) – Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga withdrew yesterday from a court-ordered re-run of the presidential election due on Oct.
BARCELONA, (Reuters) – Catalonia’s leader balked at making a formal declaration of independence from Spain yesterday, calling for talks with Madrid over the region’s future in a gesture that eased fears of immediate unrest in the heart of the euro zone.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump asked Congress yesterday for a $4.9 billion loan to help the cash-strapped Puerto Rican government pay its bills as the U.S.
NEW YORK, (Reuters) – The New Yorker reported yesterday that 13 women have claimed that movie producer Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed or assaulted them, including three who told the magazine they had been raped.
MEXICO CITY, (Reuters) – Mexican mogul Carlos Slim’s foundation will donate more than $105 million (1.978 billion pesos) to help the country recover from two large earthquakes in September, Slim announced yesterday.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – Google has discovered Russian operatives spent tens of thousands of dollars on ads on its YouTube, Gmail and Google Search products in an effort to meddle in the 2016 U.S.
(Reuters) – The Las Vegas gunman opened fire on a security guard six minutes before he rained down bullets on a crowd and killed 58 people, officials said yesterday in a change to the timeline of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S.
TEPIC, Mexico, (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Roughly one in three people in Latin America paid a bribe last year to a public employee, from corrupt police to teachers and hospital workers, said a report released on Monday.
STOCKHOLM/CHICAGO, (Reuters) – U.S. academic Richard Thaler, who helped popularise the idea of “nudging” people towards doing what was best for them, won the 2017 Nobel Economics Prize on Monday for his work on how human nature affects supposedly rational markets.
BILBAO, Spain, (Reuters) – As Spain and Catalonia head towards a constitutional collision over the region’s claim to independence, lawmakers on both sides of the crisis are pointing to a way out: north, to Basque Country.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – Melania Trump had a message for U.S. President Donald Trump’s first wife Ivana on Monday: Enough of the self-serving comments.
ANKARA, (Reuters) – Turkey urged the United States yesterday to review its suspension of visa services after the arrest of a U.S.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Prime Minister Theresa May told business leaders yesterday that they could be certain there would be a two-year transition period after Britain’s exit from the European Union, a source told Reuters.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – Republican U.S. Senator Bob Corker warned yesterday that President Donald Trump risks setting the nation “on the path to World War Three” in an interview with The New York Times, the latest in a series public barbs traded over the day.
MONROVIA, (Reuters) – After a dozen years of recovery under Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who won the Nobel Peace Prize for helping bring peace after civil war turned her country into a wasteland, Liberians are hopeful about their first democratic power transfer for 73 years.
YANGON/WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – The European Union and the United States are considering targeted sanctions against Myanmar military leaders over an offensive that has driven more than 500,000 Rohingya Muslims out of the country, officials familiar with the discussions say.
(Reuters) – The Weinstein Co has fired co-Chairman Harvey Weinstein, effective immediately, following reports of sexual harassment allegations against the executive, who was one of Hollywood’s biggest power brokers, the film production company said yesterday.
BILOXI/PASCAGOULA, Miss., (Reuters) – Hurricane Nate weakened to a tropical depression yesterday after coming ashore in Mississippi, flooding roads and buildings but sparing the state from catastrophic damages.
MADRID/BARCELONA (Reuters) – Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said on Saturday he would not rule out using the constitutional powers to remove Catalonia’s autonomous status if it claimed independence as tens of thousands took to the streets to call for talks.
NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) – The US Gulf Coast braced for Hurricane Nate to make landfall east of New Orleans as a Category 2 storm on Saturday evening, threatening parts of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama with torrential rain, flooding and winds of 100 miles per hour (160 km per hour).
LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May signalled in an interview that she might demote Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, a Sunday newspaper said, after she faced an open rebellion from within her party this week.
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – As Las Vegas police appealed to the public for help in uncovering a wealthy retiree’s motive for massacring 58 people at an outdoor concert this week, US Vice President Mike Pence visited Las Vegas on Saturday stressing unity and offering solace.
ACCRA (Reuters) – A natural gas station in Ghana’s capital Accra exploded on Saturday evening, killing an unknown number of people, a government official said.