South Korea’s new president, Moon Jae-in, ordered an investigation into how the final components of a controversial U.S. missile shield had arrived in the country without his knowledge.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is to meet with Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Moscow Tuesday after the world’s biggest oil exporters reached a deal to prolong supply cuts for another nine months.
Marawi, Philippines (AP) -- Lawmakers in the Philippines are calling for a public session of Congress to determine whether martial law is still necessary now that the military is taking control of a southern city from Islamic militants.
You smell Warrington before you see it -- thanks to the huge Unilever NV plant that cranks out scented laundry detergent by the ton. And if you blink, you may not even see it at all.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (AP) -- The murder trial of the only two suspects arrested in the assassination of the North Korean leader's half brother was transferred to another Malaysian court Tuesday.
The economy in India is growing faster than just about anywhere else. But there’s a threat to that expansion, one that the authorities are struggling to address: the mountain of bad debt at the nation’s banks. Those soured loans have contributed to a $191 billion pile of zombie debt that’s cast the future of some lenders in doubt and curbed investment by businesses. In the latest push for a solution, the central bank has been handed extra powers over lenders.
The Scottish National Party set out its opposition to further spending cuts by the U.K. government and pledged to challenge Prime Minister Theresa May’s aim to leave the European Union’s single market.
Four months into Donald Trump’s presidency, the sky has not fallen in on the system of global governance the U.S. did so much to construct since World War II. It is, however, in deep trouble.
Theresa May began the U.K. election campaign warning that polls giving her a 20-point lead could be wrong. Now, with her lead slashed, she’s hoping they are.
Former Conservative Interim Leader Rona Ambrose joins Bloomberg TV Canada's Lily Jamali to discuss the new Conservative leader Andrew Scheer, the party's new priorities ahead of the 2019 federal election, and the Trudeau government's approach to trade. (Source: Bloomberg)