The New York stock exchange reopened on Wednesday afternoon after a more than three-and-a-half-hour shutdown caused by a still unexplained “internal technical issue”. Trading restarted at 3.10pm local
The most obvious source of pain: The re-introduction of Iranian oil on the market after sanctions are lifted could push oil prices down again. Given Russia's dependence on oil prices, the country's economy
Despite historic Supreme Court ruling, same-sex marriage opponents remain determined to fight for traditional values The Supreme Court judgment which legalised same-sex marriage across the United States
County clerks in Texas will be able to turn away gay couples seeking marriage licenses, the state's attorney general Ken Paxton (R) announced on Sunday. Clerks can refuse based on religious objections,
Submission to international criminal court follows UN Human Rights Council’s report on war in Gaza, accusing Israel and Hamas of potential war crimes Between 10 and 11 o’clock on Thursday morning – if
The GDP slowdown in Q1 of this year had some economists fearing that a recession was near. But recent strong economic data has calmed those fears. Recessions don't just happen because they are overdue;
Obama told US mayors in San Francisco that change would come one day, as he took on detractors who accused him of politicizing the deaths of nine black worshippers in South Carolina. Describing gun crime
Moscow and NATO have broken off ties and both sides have staged an escalating series of war games near each other's borders. Experts have been pointing to the growing risk of accident or miscalculation
Al-Taqaddum Air Base, Habbaniya, Iraq (CNN) — "They're over there," the provincial official said, winking and motioning with his head toward a group of men in khaki uniforms huddled around a black Humvee.
Mock landing in Poland, just over 100 miles from Russian naval hub Kaliningrad, is an exhibition of allied strength but some say it could send a dangerous signal Dozens of Nato landing craft churned through
Washington (CNN) — The war of words between America and Russia is escalating. So, too, is the movement of implements of war -- from U.S. fighter jets to Russian nuclear weapons. So is an actual war imminent?