Orthodox church’s decision to make Ukrainian branch independent of Russia causes schism and predictions of violenceIn the chilly pre-dawn gloom one recent morning, Father Makarios hurried to his chapel, one of dozens of churches and cathedrals across Moun...
Coal railway workers at Australian hauler Aurizon Holdings Ltd have postponed some planned strikes in Queensland, a union official said, as a cyclone is forecast to bring poor weather near some of the affected railways.
Banks should not be allowed to use contingent convertible bonds, known in the market as AT1, to meet the capital requirements set by the European Central Bank, ECB supervisor Sabine Lautenschlaeger said on Friday.
* IEA expects deficit in oil supply by Q2 next year (Updates throughout, changes dateline, previous SINGAPORE)
East Timor's president has vetoed a government bid to increase access to its petroleum fund for investment in energy projects, potentially delaying a $650 million buyout of Royal Dutch Shell and ConocoPhillip's holdings in the Greater Sunrise gas project.
Stocks worldwide tumbled on Friday after weak economic data from China and Europe fanned concerns of a global economic slowdown and left investors fretting over the wider impact of a still-unresolved Sino-U.S. trade dispute.
The pace of enrollment in Affordable Care Act plans is slower than in past years. That could mean fewer people will have health coverage — or that more people are getting insurance via their work.
A Southwest Airlines flight headed from Seattle to Dallas was turned back mid-flight after it was discovered that a human heart had been left on board, officials said.
This week on POLOTIKI, the VBS saga continues to unfold. Julius Malema and his political party are back in court, and Hlaudi Motsoeneng makes a big announcement. Listen.
One study showed Americans touch their mobile devices 2,600 times a day.
"President Trump has made it clear that old alliances don't matter so much anymore," one expert said.
Katowice, Poland, the city hosting the COP24 global warming summit, is paradoxically the capital of coal country. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh goes inside a coal mine to see how it differs from the climate change talks happening on the surface.