Europe has told British Prime Minister Theresa May, again, that it will not reopen talks on the Brexit agreement as she arrived in Brussels to persuade EU leaders to agree to key changes as demanded by the UK Parliament.
Apple's business model in China will probably clash with the desires of Beijing's authoritarian government, Ian Bremmer predicted on Thursday.
When it comes to averting another government shutdown over border security, every day that negotiations on Capitol Hill don't fall apart is a good day.
A crowd of hands reaching desperately to the sky, like those of people drowning.
A decommissioned Boeing 747-400, once flown commercially by Dutch airline KLM, is now undertaking an unusual final trip. Acquired by Corendon Hotels & Resorts, the aircraft recently made its final departure from Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport -- by road.
France has recalled its ambassador from Italy for consultations over "unprecedented" and "repeated" criticism by Italian officials, the French foreign ministry said in a statement Thursday.
Carlos Ghosn, the former chairman and CEO of Renault, may have benefited personally from the French carmaker's funding of renovation work at the Palace of Versailles by holding his wedding reception there.
Juan Guaido spent his entire adult life living under the promises of a socialist utopia, first under Hugo Chavez, then Nicolas Maduro. Now as he battles for Venezuela's presidency, the 35-year-old has adopted the early campaign slogan and stylings of a US president.
At first glance his 6 feet 7 inch frame might appear aerodynamically inconvenient for the slopes, but American downhiller Bryce Bennett is defying the forces of gravity in spearheading the US fight back to the top of men's ski racing.
On the opening night of the 2018 Winter Olympics, journalists and photographers from around the world assembled in a large cabin in the shadow of the Kwandong Hockey Centre. Some sipped tea, having stepped indoors from the teeth-chattering cold, others were seated by tables; reading, typing, preparing for the historic evening ahead.
In the nine months since Meghan Markle married Prince Harry, the American former actress has been subjected to an almost daily onslaught of hostile stories in parts of the British media.
Germany is moving to break up Facebook's dominant position in gathering data about social media users.
All along, the White House had hoped that President Donald Trump's torment over Russia would end with Robert Mueller's final report.
Two years after the UK voted to leave the EU, its only overland border has brought Brexit negotiations to a halt, thanks to something called the backstop. So what is it?
When Ian McKinley came off the bench for Italy in the opening game of the 2019 Six Nations, the image of a test rugby player in goggles was an arresting one.
When some of the most well-known faces from the African diaspora arrived for a recent vacation in Accra, Ghana, it looked like just another gathering of famous people.
The government of embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has blocked a bridge on the Colombia-Venezuela border amid rising tensions over opposition plans to bring humanitarian aid into the crisis-stricken country.