The son of a Welsh assembly member found dead after being sacked has said it would be "a real slap in the face" if the Welsh first minister was given a peerage.
A Canadian provincial court on Monday weighed whether to grant bail to a top executive of one of the world's biggest telecommunications companies, Huawei Technologies, while she awaits a ruling on extradition to the United States.
An Olympus Corp subsidiary pleaded guilty on Monday and agreed to pay $85 million to resolve charges that it failed to file reports with U.S. regulators regarding infections connected to its duodenoscopes while continuing to sell the medical devices used...
Chip supplier Qualcomm Inc said on Monday it had won an order from a Chinese court banning the sale of several older Apple Inc iPhone models in China because of two patent violations, although Apple said its phones remained on sale.
EXCLUSIVE: The Power reveals he's backing his one-time rival to start off his farewell year with a sixth world title
Emery has enjoyed a positive start to life in the Premier League with Arsenal sitting pretty in fifth
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CNN's Tom Foreman discusses increased scrutiny surrounding White House adviser Jared Kushner and his friendship with the Saudi Crown Prince after the murder of a Washington Post columnist.
Maria Butina, an accused Russian spy who nuzzled up to the National Rifle Association before the 2016 election, appears to have reached a plea deal with the Justice Department, according to a new court filing in her criminal case. CNN's Sara Murray report...
After years-long drought in Honduras, crops are failing. Starvation lurks. Farmers have become 'climate refugees.'
Mon, Dec 10: A move by an Ontario police department to “name and shame” impaired drivers is raising eyebrows right across the country. Whitney Oickle looks at whether the practice could soon be coming to the Maritimes.