Tehran, Iran (AP) -- An Iranian commercial plane crashed on Sunday in a foggy, mountainous region of southern Iran, killing all 66 people on board, state media reported.
As tensions escalate between Russia and the U.S., the nuclear-armed former Cold War rivals are risking the future of decades-old arms control agreements that have helped to keep a strategic balance and prevent the risk of accidental war.
President Donald Trump has criticized the FBI after the agency disclosed that it failed to follow up on a detailed warning about the 19-year-old gunman who is charged with killing 17 people and wounding a dozen others at a Florida high school on Wednesday.
Tropical Cyclone Kelvin is crossing the Kimberley coast in Australia’s northwest with destructive winds likely near the center over the next few hours as the storm moves inland, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.
Broadcom Ltd.’s bid for Qualcomm Inc. is a good place to start negotiations between the two companies on what would be the biggest deal in the history of technology, according to Institutional Shareholder Services Inc.
The U.S. sounds confident that proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum won’t break global trade rules, despite warnings from other countries that such a move could trigger a flurry of retaliation. It’s up to the president to decide if that’s a risk he’s willing to take.
Billionaires Oleg Deripaska and Vladimir Potanin’s working arrangement at MMC Norilsk Nickel PJSC is starting to fray, but the tycoons aren’t planning to trigger a so-called shoot out -- a forced auction where the losing bidder must sell his stake to the winner, three people familiar with situation said.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May proposed keeping Britain in total alignment with the European Union’s data-sharing rules after Brexit, something that would allow both intelligence agencies and business to continue to share information across borders.
Donald Trump has insisted for more than a year that Russians didn’t try to get him elected. Special Counsel Robert Mueller put an end to those claims on Friday, declaring definitively that they did.
China said proposed U.S. tariffs on imported steel and aluminum products are groundless and that it reserves the right to retaliate if they are imposed.
Australia’s two most senior lawmakers met on Saturday in a bid to avoid fracturing the nation’s coalition government amid the fallout from Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce’s extramarital affair with a former staffer.
The Philippines has invited Jack Ma and his Alibaba Group to partner with President Rodrigo Duterte in helping to improve technology for governance and to assist in building an inclusive financial system that would aid small businesses, Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez said.
Two U.S. supermarket chains are readying bankruptcy filings, according to people with knowledge of the matter, a sign of the mounting pressures in the grocery industry.
The U.S. special counsel rejected Paul Manafort’s proposed new bail package, in part because of alleged additional criminal conduct that the U.S. has learned since the initial terms were set.