Montana Republican congressional candidate Greg Gianforte has been accused of physically assaulting a reporter on the campaign trail, the day before a special election to fill the state's lone seat in the US House of Representatives.
China’s first downgrade by Moody’s Investors Service since 1989 is a direct warning to Beijing that its growth model isn’t working and an illustration of the disconnect between the view inside and outside China.
The Pentagon conducted a Navy patrol in the South China Sea, U.S. officials said Wednesday, the first such operation under President Donald Trump designed to send a signal to China about U.S. intentions to keep critical sea lanes open in the Pacific Ocean.
Seven arrests have now been made in Britain and Libya as police scramble to close down a network around the Manchester suicide bomber, as details about the investigation were leaked to US media, infuriating authorities who fear a second attack is imminent.
Seven men and five women, including two black jurors, will determine US comedian Bill Cosby's fate at his upcoming sexual assault trial, after claims from his lawyers that race played a factor in their selection.
US President Donald Trump's bid to slash funding for the United Nations would make it "impossible" for it to continue its essential work, a UN spokesman says, adding that the organisation is ready to discuss reform with Washington.
British police chiefs have hit back at leaks of information relating to the Manchester suicide bombing that have appeared in US media, saying breaches of trust between international partners undermines investigations.
J&F Participações, the holding company of meatpacker JBS that is involved in Brazil’s vast corruption scandal, is willing to shell out at least $1.3 billion as part of a leniency deal with prosecutors, said a person close to the discussions.
British police said they were investigating “a network” tied to the deadly suicide bombing at a Manchester pop concert, as a Libyan militia said its questioning of suspect Salman Abedi’s brother had yielded a confession that both men were members of Islamic State.
US President Donald Trump's businesses say it would be "impractical" to require customers representing foreign nations to identify themselves, raising questions about how Trump will fulfil a pledge to donate all profits from overseas governments to the US Treasury.