The head of India's biggest online retailer has stepped down following an investigation into allegations of "serious personal misconduct."
An epic bond-buying spree by Japan's central bank means it's now sitting on assets worth more than the country's entire economy.
New commercial satellite images released Monday have identified more than a dozen undeclared North Korean missile operating bases, another sign that Pyongyang is continuing to move forward with its ballistic missile program amid indications that talks with the US have stalled in recent months.
People familiar with an audio recording of the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi say it contains an instruction to "tell your boss," which American intelligence officials believe is a reference to Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince, The New York Times reports.
The United States and China have restarted talks on trade ahead of a meeting between their two leaders later this month, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Syrian Kurdish forces are resuming the final phase of operations against ISIS, as the terrorist group is pushed back into its last remaining slivers of territory.
It's not every day that you get retweeted by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
A barrage of more than 300 rockets was launched from Gaza toward Israel on Monday, the Israeli army said, hours after a botched Israeli operation in Gaza left a Hamas commander and an Israeli soldier dead.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May declared Brexit negotiations were "in the endgame" Monday night, but warned that clinching a deal was "immensely difficult."
As deadly wildfires that have claimed at least 31 lives continue to scorch California, officials are trying to help people find hundreds of missing loved ones.
When asked if he identifies as a feminist, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau doesn't hesitate.
American oil executives will sleep a bit better tonight after Saudi Arabia signaled it's coming to the rescue of the battered crude market.
A young woman who became pregnant after being raped by her stepfather is to go on trial in El Salvador accused of attempting to murder her baby, under the country's strict abortion laws.
General Electric took years to break. New CEO Larry Culp knows that he won't fix it overnight.
On Thursday, a well-known painting by British artist David Hockney is poised to smash the record for a work by a living artist sold at auction.
Saudi Arabia will reduce oil supply next month in response to lower demand, and more cuts could follow next year.
The biggest seller of smartphones in India says it is having to hike prices because of the slump in the value of the country's currency.
For decades, memories of World War I have been preserved only in murky archival film. The color of uniforms, the sound of a canon firing, the faces of soldiers are all often inscrutable, at risk of being lost to time.
The UK foreign secretary will visit Saudi Arabia on Monday to urge leaders to end the war in Yemen and cooperate with Turkey's investigation into the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
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