Les Moonves: No immediate CBS action on harassment claims
- Meghan Markle Wears Denim Dress To Prince Harry's Polo Match
- Fiat boss Marchionne dies aged 66
- Islamic State kills about 100 in southwest Syria attacks
- Lunar eclipse: Skygazers await century's longest 'blood moon'
- US Congressional committee proposes waivers for countries like India from Russian Federation sanctions
- Ex-Fiat Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne dies, aged 66
- Karius Hints at Liverpool Exit, Klopp Targets Napoli Match for Alisson Debut
- Saitama sizzles at 41.1 degrees, sets heat record for Japan：The Asahi Shimbun
- Tekashi 6ix9ine flaunted cash, chains at strip club before robbery
- Rapper Tekashi69 Says Men Forced Him From Car, Stole Jewelry
- Here's Who Died on the Duck Boat
- Ancient Egyptian sarcophagus opened in Alexandria
- Carmelo Anthony traded by OKC to Atlanta, but waived for free agency
- Israel Cuts Off Gas Supply to Gaza
- Netflix shares tumble as subscriber growth misses mark
July 30, 2018
Mugabe: 'I can't vote for Zanu-PF' in Zimbabwe election
Zimbabwe's former leader Robert Mugabe has refused to back his successor just a day before the country's historic Monday vote. The frontrunners in addressing these challenges are Zanu-PF's President Mnangagwa, 75, and the MDC's Mr Chamisa, 40.
July 29, 2018
Most Workers Are Struggling as Trump and Corporate Media Tout Economic Growth
The dollar trimmed gains versus a basket of currencies on the data, while Treasury yields retreated from session highs. Households bought motor vehicles and spent more on health care, utilities, food and accommodation in the last quarter.
July 27, 2018
Canada launches NAFTA challenge of 'illegal' US tariffs on solar panels
He will be accompanied by Jesus Seade, the designated chief NAFTA negotiator of the incoming Mexican administration. Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum imports were still casting a shadow on NAFTA talks, Morneau said.
July 25, 2018
Tesla says it requested supplier discount for ongoing projects
Chief executive Elon Musk has dismissed worries that the firm will run out of cash and needs to raise more money. When a company asks suppliers to retroactively give money back, it's a sign that something has gone wrong.
July 24, 2018
Trump & Putin Helsinki Summit with Russian Expert William Taubman | Connecting Point
The fact that we have to talk to you about Syria or other matters is very different from issuing an invitation. Gowdy made his remarks during an interview on television's "Fox News Sunday".
July 23, 2018
Treasury Secretary: Trump not threatening Fed's independence
Longer-dated government bond yields rose on the day, with the 30-year bond crossing 3 percent for the first time since June 26. Trump added, referring to the Fed's rate increases: "The United States should not be penalized because we are doing so well".
July 23, 2018
Israel evacuates hundreds of Syria's White Helmets to Jordan
White Helmets head Raed Saleh said the evacuated workers had arrived in Jordan after being "surrounded in a risky region". A spokeswoman for the German interior ministry said Berlin would take in eight White Helmets plus their families.
July 21, 2018
Trump Says No President Has Been as 'Tough' on Russia
JEFF GLOR: But you haven't condemned Putin specifically. "I let him know we can't have this, we're not going to have it, and that's the way it's going to be", he continued.
July 20, 2018
Meghan Markle is 'planning a personal trip' to see family in America
Meghan Markle is feeling horrified over the fact that her father Thomas Markle Sr. just won't stop talking to the press. Typically, members of the royal family stay away from political discourse and so the Senator quickly deleted her tweet.
July 19, 2018
In Florida, two people were attacked by sharks
The 17-year-old, who was not identified as male or female, received puncture wounds to his foot, the fire department said. Double red flags were flying on the beach, which was closed to the public for the rest of the day as a precaution.