Orbitz, a subsidiary of online travel agency Expedia Inc, said on Tuesday about 880,000 payment cards had been hit by a security breach and that hackers may have accessed personal information of its customers.
European Union governments will insist on their "unilateral" control over whether and how British banks can operate in the bloc after Brexit, ministers will agree on Tuesday ahead of their leaders' summit on Friday.
A student shot and critically wounded two fellow students at a Maryland high school on Tuesday morning before exchanging fire with a campus security officer, who ended the attack by wounding the shooter, the county sheriff said.
Stock index provider MSCI Inc on Tuesday said it is looking into the possibility that Facebook Inc user data was accessed by the consultancy Cambridge Analytica.
Portugal's economic recovery is making it a hot destination for the rich and famous like Madonna as well as tech entrepreneurs and now private equity is looking to participate in the upswing.
U.S. President Donald Trump spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday, NBC News said on Twitter, citing an unnamed White House official.
German public prosecutors on Tuesday said they searched BMW premises at the carmaker's Munich headquarters and in Austria, investigating suspected defeat devices capable of manipulating exhaust emissions.
Croatia's opposition on Tuesday filed a no-confidence motion against Deputy Prime Minister Martina Dalic over what it says should have been tighter control over those hired to stave off bankruptcy at indebted food concern Agrokor.
Zambia's parliament suspended a cabinet minister on Tuesday from its proceedings for one month for slapping a fellow lawmaker within parliament grounds.
The White House is confident the U.S. Congress will pass a spending bill by the end of this week that supports the military and infrastructure spending, and helps the government avert shutting down its operations, Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah told Fox News Channel on Monday.
U.S. congressional leaders worked to finalize a massive federal spending bill on Tuesday to finance the government through September and prevent a government shutdown before funding runs out late Friday, as an approaching winter storm threatened to snarl Washington.
The United States said on Tuesday it would provide $2.5 million for food and medicine to help Venezuelans fleeing their economically crippled country to neighboring Colombia.
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Tuesday he hoped President Vladimir Putin's landslide re-election victory would pave the way for a thaw in battered U.S.-Russia relations, the RIA news agency reported.
German prosecutors said on Tuesday they had searched Volkswagen's headquarters as part of a new investigation into whether the carmaker had overstated the fuel efficiency of more vehicles than previously disclosed.
A package bomb blew up at a FedEx Corp distribution center near San Antonio on Tuesday, officials said, and the FBI was investigating whether it was linked to a series of four homemade bombs that hit the Texas capital of Austin this month.