The International Monetary Fund's new leader says a U.S.-China trade truce could trim expected losses to the world economy but won't be enough to produce strong global growth
An Atlanta businessman who pleaded guilty in a college basketball scandal that paid bribes to steer top athletes to certain schools and money managers has been spared prison time
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has lost every important vote in Parliament, and he faces a titanic struggle when he puts his new Brexit proposal before suspicious legislators Saturday
A federal judge has temporarily blocked the Trump administration's attempt to ease restrictions on mining, drilling and grazing across millions of acres in seven U.S. Western states
A family business of West Virginia's billionaire governor has maxed out a taxpayer-funded subsidy program meant to help farmers through the U.S. trade war with China
European producers of premium specialty agricultural products like French wine and Italian Parmesan are facing a U.S. tariff hike due Friday with trepidation.
Catalonia's separatist leader is vowing to hold a new vote to secede from Spain in less than two years as the embattled northeastern region grapples with a wave of violence
A round of solid corporate earnings and a breakthrough in negotiations over Britain's exit from the European Union put investors in a buying mood.
A tentative three-year labor agreement has been reached between the Los Angeles Times and a guild representing about 475 members of its newsroom staff
A Colorado marijuana grower has lost about 20,000 plants worth millions of dollars because of an early winter storm and says the impact is expected affect the state's pot supply
A state media regulator is ousting the head of Bulgarian National Radio for switching its main news channel off the air for several hours last month in what is widely seen as an attempt to mute some critical journalists' voices