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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea fired an intermediate-range missile over Japan into the northern Pacific Ocean on Friday, U.S. and South Korean militaries said, its longest-
This analysis of the global commercial vehicle (truck) market shows rapid growth from Chinese and Indian truck makers selling to cost-conscious high-growth emerging markets. Soon they will become fierce all-around competitors. Truck makers from industrialized nations need new business models to respond effectively.
How energy companies can adjust their business models to a period of recovery.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Thursday called former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe a “bad actor.”
Russian hackers are conducting a broad assault on the U.S. electric grid, water processing plants, air transportation facilities and other targets in rolling attacks on some of the country’s most sensitive infrastructure, U.S. government officials said Thursday.
With a deadline for a deal on Iran's nuclear program looming, here's a look at the players, sticking points and what twists and turns talks have taken.
Paul Evans, head of sales for the Middle East and Africa at Old Mutual International, discusses the work his team is doing to support advisers dealing...
A new analysis finds one airline offers flyers $160 more than domestic rivals.
A view to emulate Drupal core's handling of taxonomy/term.
Mexico's criminal groups have gone through waves of fragmentation in recent years, perhaps none more so than the Gulf and Zetas cartels.
David Green of the Hotchkis & Wiley Value Opportunities Fund says growth stocks face rising risks. By Michael Brush.
Controversial move to be made by end of 2019, vice-president tells Israeli parliament
Datacentre web servers, such as those used by Google and Facebook, to blame for 2% of greenhouse gas emissions – about the same as air travel
South Africa has rebuked an Australian minister for suggesting that white farmers were being persecuted and ought to be granted asylum to a “civilised country”.Peter Dutton, Australia’s immigration minister, said that visas should be fast-tracked on humanitarian grounds for those threatened by farm
Australia’s deputy prime minister has resigned after having an affair with a member of his staff in a move which is expected to undermine the ability of the Tu
Alcosta Capital Management’s Erick Ormsby also highlights six stocks to watch this year.
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It’s the biggest expulsion in three decades.
Bernard Avishai writes about the E.U.’s new labelling requirements for Israeli goods.
Bernard Avishai on Joe Biden’s visit to Israel, which has been marked by tensions with Benjamin Netanyahu and Mahmoud Abbas.
Nine years ago, Teklit Michael fled Eritrea to avoid military conscription, survived a perilous journey across the Sinai peninsula and sought asylum in Israel.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Wednesday the United States believes Russia is responsible for a chemical attack in Britain on a former Russia double agent and his daughter, and the U.N. Security Council should take action.
Some coal stocks have been quietly making money and may continue to do so in 2018.
by Eleanor Beevor The recent London visit of the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman has once again shone a spotlight over the matter of bilateral arms sales.Despite several ministers
Last week, the S&P 500 rose 3.54%, the Dow rose 3.25%, and NASDAQ set a new all-time high. There is no doubt that buying pressure by institutional investors
Critics say the president-elect’s picks represent ‘unprecedented’ influence from the fossil fuel industry. Their statements do little to dispel the notion
Tourist helicopters are unnecessary pollutants but a mayor who imagines himself as a climate-change visionary has done little to stop them.
The West Virginia teachers’ strike shows the stirring of anti-corporate politics, with authentic populists leading the way.
Relations now are at a dangerous level. But in the long term, we need Moscow’s help to tackle the major international problems, says Tony Brenton, a former British ambassador to Moscow
It's time for BNEF to look forward in time – and try to predict what 2018 will hold for the clean transition in energy and transport.
Michael Liebreich, Chairman of the Advisory Board Bloomberg New Energy Finance Twitter: @MLiebreich For the last two years, I have drawn on Russian
Wind, solar and battery costs will continue to fall faster than any mainstream energy forecasters expect, and there is nothing that makes me think President Trump will succeed in his attempts to revive coal.
And so it is January, time for me to put down on paper what I think the year ahead will bring to the clean energy sector. Last year I talked about clean energy having lived through its Battle of Borodino moment, and surviving to regroup. I am going to stick with Russia this year, but shift scenes.
Australia will upgrade diplomatic ties with Vietnam this week as Canberra looks to expand its influence in the region and set up a network of security...
The Trump administration’s chief environmental regulator signaled a coming showdown with California, warning the state won’t dictate the future of ambitious automobile fuel economy regulations enacted by the Obama administration.
Three teachers' unions said the strike will continue Monday after the Senate voted to increase pay 4 percent, one less than a deal announced by the governor.
NYC helicopter ride over Statue of Liberty and World Trade Center
Experts estimate the new tariffs the administration slapped on imported solar panels could cost the US 23,000 jobs in the next year alone.
Donald Trump's Twitter history contains plenty of tweets that directly contradict things he has done as president. Here are 9 of the best examples.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has been frequently forced to defend his use — or requested use — of government aircraft of late.
North Korea warned it would consider a blockade an act of war.
Theresa May has cleared the way for a cyberattack on Russia as she challenged Vladimir Putin to explain how a powerful Russian nerve agent came to be used in an assassination attempt on British soil.The prime minister told MPs yesterday that the double agent Sergei Skripal, 66, and his daughter, Yul
Republicans in the House of Representatives said last night that their inquiries had failed to find any evidence that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia.The conclusion marked an abrupt end to an investigation by the House intelligence committee, a Republican-controlled body that also includes D
Homeowners who rent out their property on sites such as Airbnb face having their income automatically declared to the taxman under a digital crackdown proposed by ministers.As part of a consultation launched yesterday the Treasury said that it was considering forcing online platforms to provide deta
Discover expert Vladimir Putin articles from The Times and The Sunday Times.
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday expelled 23 Russian diplomats in retaliation for Moscow’s purported involvement in the poisoning of a...
Russians will be going to the polls on March 18, but it is already clear who will emerge victorious. Vladimir Putin has been at the helm for almost 20 years -- both dramatically changing his country and subjugating it at the same time.
Final data confirms record-breaking temperatures for third year in a row