Thousands of demonstrators are marching peacefully in Paris to denounce austerity measures in Europe that have sparked violent protests in other EU countries struggling to avert fiscal crises.
British opposition leader Ed Miliband has threatened to forcibly split the U.K.'s biggest banks if his party comes to power.
If you or an elderly relative have been hospitalized recently and noticed extra attention when the time came to be discharged, there's more to it than good customer service.
Sept. 30 (Bloomberg) -- The Obama administration should establish a special task force to evaluate the impact of covert drone operations on civilian communities, a report from the Center for Civilians in Conflict, a Washington-based advocacy group dedicated to protecting civilians, urged.
Oct. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Sany Group Co., China’s biggest machinery maker, will use all legal efforts to win compensation after U.S. President Barack Obama barred the building of wind farms near a navy base in Oregon, according to the official Xinhua News Agency.
Sept. 30 (Bloomberg) -- The animated film “Hotel Transylvania,” about a resort for monsters and their families, topped analysts’ estimates by opening in U.S. and Canada theaters with $43 million for Sony Corp.
Anyone puzzled by the most recent U.S. economic data has reason for feeling so: The numbers sketch a sometimes contradictory picture of the economy.
for Shell Oil to drill exploratory wells this year in waters off Alaska's north coast.
As President Barack Obama widened his lead over Mitt Romney in polls this month, traders at hedge funds and investment firms began shooting emails to clients with a similar theme: It's time to start preparing for an Obama victory.
Thousands of people hit the streets in Pakistan's biggest city Sunday to protest an anti-Islam film made in the United States, suggesting anger over the movie is far from over.
New York City's 2013 mayoral race doesn't fully kick off until after voters are done picking a president. But some of the city's top political players are already jockeying for position, preparing to introduce themselves to voters who haven't paid much attention to who, exactly, will succeed Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire mayor who has defined City Hall for more than a decade.
The killing of an American serviceman in an exchange of fire with allied Afghan soldiers pushed U.S. military deaths in the war to 2,000, a cold reminder of the perils that remain after an 11-year conflict that now garners little public interest at home.