Rep. Steny Hoyer, the No. 2 House Democrat, is visiting districts his party hopes to carry in 2018 with an aim to craft a message that resonates with voters only marginally attached to the party’s base of support along the coasts.
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A New York state government employee has filed suit in Manhattan alleging she was sexually assaulted by a former high-ranking state economic-development aide and that Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office ignored her complaints.
A U.S. Border Patrol agent died Sunday morning after being fatally injured while on patrol in the Big Bend Sector in Texas.
The speed and scale of Europe’s economic recovery has taken almost everyone by surprise, and nowhere has the turnaround been more impressive than in central and Eastern Europe. Nonetheless, the region faces challenges that pose risks to the recovery.
The administration is investigating trade actions against China as it looks to fundamentally challenge Chinese trade practices and reject a tradition of eking out concessions from Beijing around high-level meetings.
Argentina’s Navy couldn't confirm Sunday if seven brief satellite calls received a day earlier were from a lost submarine with 44 crew members on board.
The governing bodies of golf are exploring a change that could have a dramatic effect on the future of the sport: different balls for different levels of the game.
The week ahead will feature durable-goods data in the U.S., while in Europe, a reading on eurozone consumer confidence is due and the U.K. Treasury chief will present his latest tax plan.
New accounting standards will require companies such as Rolls-Royce to rejigger how they recognize revenue and provide more detailed financial information.
Donald Trump tweeted he should have left three college basketball players in a Chinese jail, after the father of one of the players minimized the president’s role in securing their release.
The Trump administration is adding hurdles and increasing scrutiny in the employment-visa application process, making it harder for businesses to hire foreign workers, and companies and immigration attorneys are bracing for more changes soon.
Maria Contreras-Sweet, who previously led the Small Business Administration, has submitted an offer to acquire Weinstein Co. and keep the embattled studio in business with new, majority-women leadership.
Confusion over a ban on dark film is driving motorists mad. Now the president is weighing in.
CEO Adam Tan drove the global ascent and ambition of the conglomerate, which has sought comparisons to Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway. It is now drawing the scrutiny of regulators and Wall Street, and its debt-fueled expansion has hit a wall.
“Justice League,” a megabudget production in which Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman and other super-heroes team up opened to an estimated $96 million in the U.S. and Canada this weekend.
Sen. Susan Collins on Sunday recited a list of concerns she had with the Republican tax bill barreling through the Senate, raising pressure on the party’s leadership to slow its progress and make changes to secure passage.
A sharp disconnect has emerged in global financial markets: Developing countries with the strongest growth over the past decade have had mostly stagnant markets, while advanced economies that have posted sluggish growth have had booming stock markets. That divergence is unlikely to last.
As allegations of sexual misconduct have mounted against Roy Moore and Republican leaders have urged him to end his run for U.S. Senate in Alabama, Mr. Moore is relying on his most loyal constituency to keep his campaign afloat: evangelical Christians.
Microchips, once always thin and flat, now are getting stacked like pancakes and becoming 3-D—with big consequences for all our devices.
Toshiba Corp. said it would raise ¥600 billion ($5.3 billion) through the sale of new shares to foreign funds, a step to avoid a delisting from the Tokyo Stock Exchange if the planned sale of its chip unit is delayed.