WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – President Donald Trump stepped up his tough talk on immigration on Tuesday, saying he wants to deploy U.S.
HOUSTON, (Reuters) – For decades, many Latin America’s oil-producing nations have often shunned investment from foreign firms, instead keeping their vast reserves under the tight control of governments and state-run oil companies.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – President Donald Trump declared as “dead” yesterday a programme that protects immigrants brought to the United States illegally as children and pressed Congress to pass legislation to secure the U.S.
BEIJING, (Reuters) – China has increased tariffs by up to 25 percent on 128 U.S.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – The Trump administration yesterday rejected an Obama-era plan to make automobiles more fuel efficient, opening up a long process to weaken current standards and putting California and the federal government on a collision course over vehicle emissions.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – The White House is reviewing Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt’s activities after reports he paid below the market rate to live in a condo owned by a lobbyist who deals with issues overseen by the agency, the Wall Street Journal reported yesterday, citing an unnamed White House official.
SOWETO, South Africa, (Reuters) – Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, who emerged as a combative anti-apartheid campaigner during her husband Nelson Mandela’s decades in jail but whose reputation was later tarnished by allegations of violence, died today at the age of 81.
SAN JOSE, (Reuters) – The centre-left’s Carlos Alvarado Quesada decisively defeated a conservative Protestant singer in Costa Rica’s presidential runoff election yesterday by promising to defend gay rights, handing a major victory to the ruling party.
WASHINGTON/IXTEPEC, Mexico, (Reuters) – President Donald Trump said yesterday that there will be no deal to legalize the status of young adult immigrants called Dreamers and he said the U.S.-Mexico border is becoming more dangerous.
BEIJING, (Reuters) – China has slapped extra tariffs of up to 25 percent on 128 U.S.
SHANGHAI, (Reuters) – China’s Tiangong-1 space station re-entered the earth’s atmosphere and burnt up over the middle of the South Pacific on Monday, the Chinese space authority said.
BEIJING, (Reuters) – Namibia President Hage Geingob said China is not colonizing Africa and that growing cooperation between the world’s No.
LUSAKA, (Reuters) – Zambia has asked Cuba to recall its ambassador for openly supporting the newly launched opposition Socialist Party, the president’s spokesman said yesterday.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt may not survive long in his job after reports that he paid below market rate to live in a condo owned by a lobbyist who deals with issues overseen by his agency, lawmakers and a former Trump official said in television interviews on Sunday.
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Moscow has told Britain it must cut just over 50 more of its diplomatic and technical staff in Russia as a standoff deepened over the poisoning of a Russian former spy and his daughter in England, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Saturday.
AMMAN (Reuters) – The Syrian army command said on Saturday it had regained most of the towns and villages in eastern Ghouta and was pressing its military operations in the last rebel bastion of Douma.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Reuters) – About 200 people demonstrated in Sacramento on Saturday to protest the fatal police shooting of Stephon Clark, in the latest of nearly two weeks of mostly peaceful rallies since the unarmed black man was gunned down in his grandmother’s yard.
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – Pope Francis on Saturday led an Easter vigil service, baptising eight adults, including a formerly undocumented Nigerian migrant beggar who became a hero when he disarmed an Italian thief wielding a cleaver.
ATLANTA (Reuters) – Atlanta’s top officials holed up in their offices on Saturday as they worked to restore critical systems knocked out by a nine-day-old cyber attack that plunged the Southeastern US metropolis into technological chaos and forced some city workers to revert to paper.
CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuela arrested five state police officials for their alleged role in a riot and fire that killed 68 people in an overcrowded police station cell, the country’s public prosecutor said on Saturday.
(Reuters) – Fox News show host Laura Ingraham announced on her show late Friday that she is taking next week off, after almost a dozen advertisers dropped her show after the conservative pundit mocked a teenage survivor of the Florida school massacre on Twitter.
NEW YORK, (Reuters) – A federal judge yesterday dismissed Exxon Mobil Corp’s lawsuit seeking to stop New York and Massachusetts from probing whether the oil and gas company covered up its knowledge about climate change and lied to investors and the public about it.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump accused Amazon.com Inc yesterday of not paying enough tax, taking advantage of the U.S.
(Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc shares fell as much as 7.4 percent on Wednesday, wiping about $53.6 billion from its market value after U.S.
BEIJING/SEOUL, (Reuters) – China said yesterday North Korean leader Kim Jong Un pledged to denuclearise the Korean peninsula during an historic meeting in Beijing with President Xi Jinping, who promised China would uphold its friendship with its isolated neighbour.