Disdain for SeaWorld has gone international. Will this petition foil the company's plans?
While the consequences of the Iran nuclear deal for the oil markets have been discussed at great length, the reality of the situation is a lot more bullish then many think
Advertising screens shaped like enormous human eyes have been installed in Birmingham, England, reported the BBC this week. The screens, which sit above three entrances to a newly-designed rail station in the city, have a dual purpose: firstly, to sc
"They don't quite get how to work with these markets, don't know what they're doing"
Mario Draghi unveiled a revamp of quantitative easing to allow for more purchases of each euro member's debt as the weaker global outlook prompted a wholesale reduction of officials' economic forecasts through 2017.
Two More Senators Endorse Deal, Boosting Filibuster Possibility
Fury as Czech police write numbers on arms of migrants 'like concentration camp prisoners' as thousands of refugees are locked in stand-off with police at Budapest station
Ali Al Sudani, who fled Iraq, helps others resettle
While military direct intervention by US, Turkish, and Gulf forces over Syrian soil escalates with every passing day...
Former platoon commander Vitaliy Yatsyk remains impressively calm when he remembers the day he says Russian tanks killed scores of his comrades outside a sleepy railway hub in eastern Ukraine.
The anti-government protests that swept through the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur on Saturday continued unabated on Sunday after tens of thousands of demonstrators camped in the streets overnight.
Ecuador seeking formal agreement on judicial cooperation before Swedish prosecutors can interrogate WikiLeaks founder
Your article (Protests by 1,000s of Ecuadorians meet with brutal repression 19 August, theguardian.com) omits the fundamental fact that the minority sectors of the population, exercising their right to protest, have resorted to violence in their aim
Switzerland has just completed work on the Gotthard Base Tunnel, which is 35 miles long and now the world's longest tunnel.
Japan has launched the second in its new class of helicopter carrier -- the largest Japanese ships since World War II -- in a Thursday ceremony in Yokohama.
Malaysia will block websites attempting to spread information about a two-day rally due to be staged in three cities this weekend by a pro-democracy group demanding Prime Minister Najib Razak's resignation.
Anti-American Sentiment Runs High in Russia After Retired U.S. General Suggested "Start Killing Russians"
Residents of Japanese island oppose relocation of controversial Futenma facility to Cape Henoko
As Secretary of State in 2009, Hillary Clinton helped a right-wing coup in Honduras remove an elected left-of-center president, setting back the cause of democracy and enabling corrupt and drug-tainted forces to tighten their grip on the poverty-stri
Donald Trump warns that China's handling of the current financial crisis could lead to an economic depression.
Syria Shoots Down Israeli Warplane F-16 Bomber, Using Russian S-300 Air Defense System
Investors were rattled as the China Securities Regulatory Commission made no attempt to reassure markets after Monday's crash, as they did a month ago after an 8.5 percent drop.
Precisely 24 hours ago, in an attempt to pre-empt the panic-selling open, the NYSE invoked the little used Rule 48, which was to be expected: the Nasdaq 100 has just tumbled limit down and the S&P and DJIA would follow shortly.
An informal adviser and friend of Donald Trump reportedly quoted the billionaire real estate tycoon and presidential candidate as saying, "If I'm going down, then Bush is going down with me. He's not going to be president of the United States."
In early trade on Monday morning, the price of West Texas Intermediate was down about 5.7% and traded as low as $38.13 a barrel, a new post-financial-crisis low for the commodity that has been getting hacksawed this year.
Brent crude drops below $45-a-barrel mark for the first time since March 2009
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