A Canadian businessman who was said to be missing has been arrested in China on suspicion of harming state security, Beijing has confirmed. Read Full Article at RT.com
Read Full Article at RT.com
Read Full Article at RT.com
The Ukrainian government is reportedly preparing a provocation in the east, which will be used to launch a major offensive operation against rebel forces, Moscow said. It may happen in days and would affect the presidential poll. Read Full Article at RT.com
The lull in the US-China trade war amid new flaring tensions over the arrest of Huawei finance chief can only backfire at Washington as Beijing holds a trump card, veteran stockbroker Peter Schiff has warned. Read Full Article at RT.com
The arrest of Huawei’s finance chief has stirred job insecurity among the Chinese company’s 1,500 U.S.-based workers, already uneasy about Washington’s campaign against their employer.
Workplace retaliation against those reporting sexual harassment remains an issue, even as the #MeToo movement has emboldened people who say they have been mistreated.
When a Chinese scientist claimed last month that he created the first genetically modified babies, scientists around the world were stunned and alarmed. Now, scientists who examined the very limited available data from the experiments are questioning whether the gene edits the scientist claimed he made were even successful.
As trade tensions cut deeply into exports, U.S. soybean farmers, industry groups and government officials are seeking a stronger foothold in international markets beyond China, including Europe and Southeast Asia.
General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra faces bipartisan anger in Washington over the company’s plans to cut 14,800 jobs and close four plants despite robust profits and a strong economy.
U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan’s request for more information could delay Flynn’s sentencing, which had been scheduled for Tuesday.
Green had said that “there is some concern” that autism was linked to “the preservatives that are in our vaccines.” He later said in a statement that his remarks had been “misconstrued.”
A day after the president said he would take ownership of a partial government shutdown if he doesn’t get the wall money he wants, GOP lawmakers were forced to find a way out of a dilemma: They don’t want a shutdown, and they don’t have the votes for the wall.
Less than a day after a gunman shot up a Christmas market in Strasbourg, France, President Trump used the news as pretext to issue fresh calls for a border wall between the US and Mexico. Read Full Article at RT.com
Former US presidential candidate and secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, busted out some haunting dance moves while attending a pre-wedding ceremony hosted by India’s richest man Mukesh Ambani. Read Full Article at RT.com
Michael Cohen, former attorney to President Trump, has been sentenced to three years in jail for crimes including lying to Congress and facilitating hush-money payments to two women who had affairs with Trump. Read Full Article at RT.com
New York’s incoming Attorney General has threatened President Trump with legal warfare, saying she will “use every area of the law” to investigate the president and his family. Read Full Article at RT.com
A Vermont man has erected a 315kg statue of a middle finger, visible from all over his town, as a gesture of spite after ten years of having his construction dreams thwarted by town officials. Read Full Article at RT.com
Among athletes accused of violating anti-doping rules are 2014 Olympic champion Anton Shipulin, Evgeny Garanichev and Alexander Loginov
A source with Ingushetia’s healthcare service told TASS that the lives of injured National Guard officers were not in danger
Russian aircraft were accompanied by Venezuela's Su-30 and F-16 fighter jets at certain times of the flight
Shoigu will take part in the 18th session of the Russian-Indian inter-governmental commission on military-technical cooperation together with Indian Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro met with the Russian leader during his visit to Moscow last week
On January 30, the Syrian National Dialogue Congress agreed to set up a constitutional committee that will be tasked with drafting a new constitution for Syria
An attack on a Christmas market in France's Strasbourg left three people killed and 13 more injured
MiMedx Group, a maker of tissue-graft products, called on two influential lawmakers for help. Now the actions of the lawmakers could prove embarrassing for them as MiMedx faces possible collapse.
Tensions between Nissan and Renault after the arrest of longtime alliance leader Carlos Ghosn show it has never been easy for the global auto industry to make mergers and partnerships work.
The Chinese music-streaming company’s initial public offering priced at $13 per American depositary share, capping a rocky process of going public but still marking it one of the biggest U.S.-listed debuts in recent years.
Sundar Pichai faced tough questions in a first public appearance before House lawmakers, who are increasingly skeptical of Silicon Valley giants on issues of privacy and political bias.
Verizon Communications is booking a $4.5 billion accounting charge related to its Oath media business, a sign its bet on high-profile internet properties and content several years ago hasn’t worked out as expected.
Vasily Nebenzia said that such inspections must be stopped no matter what the Secretariat's intentions are
Today the Arctic implies science, defense, ecology, and the interests of residents, and the development of projects in the field of mining, and geological exploration, Yury Trutnev said
Vladimir Solovyev is afraid it may restrict freedom of speech and freedom of media
The Russian diplomatic mission that she be transferred «under humane conditions of imprisonment»
According to the relevant resolution, it is seen by MEPs as «a political project that poses a threat to European energy security»