Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle, an American actress of African-American heritage, was a historic moment for Britain's royal family. Some say the imminent birth of their baby is even more significant. Mia Womersley reports
Chief Executive Elon Musk said Tesla robotaxis with no human drivers would be available in some markets next year, continuing a habit of bold pronouncements that have excited many investors while often missing deadlines. Jane Lanhee Lee reports.
Sri Lanka said on Monday it was invoking emergency powers in the aftermath of devastating bomb attacks on hotels and churches, blamed on militants with foreign links, which killed 290 people and wounded nearly 500.
A measles outbreak gripping the U.S. is on track to become the biggest in nearly two decades, with 71 new measles cases recorded last week alone. Colette Luke has more.
Investors are going to be surprised by the end of earnings season, says Hennion & Walsh CIO Kevin Mahn, who sees both the economy and corporate profits slowing but still growing this year. Conway G.
President Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit to keep U.S. lawmakers from obtaining his financial records, the latest salvo in what promises to be an escalating legal battle with Democrats in Congress.
U.S. stocks were little changed Monday as investors prepared for the busiest week so far in this quarterly corporate reporting season. Conway G.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he was "not even a little bit" worried about impeachment, as House Democrats gathered to discuss the best way forward after last week's release of the partially redacted Mueller report.
Samsung said on Monday it will delay the public rollout of its Galaxy Fold foldable without giving a new release date after the smartphone maker admitted to screen malfunctions brought to light last week by tech reviewers. Conway G.
The United States on Monday said it will eliminate in May all waivers granted to eight economies allowing them to buy Iranian oil without facing U.S. sanctions, as it ratcheted up pressure to choke off all oil revenues of the Islamic Republic.
In an underground room in Amman, a small group of Jordanians vent their anger by destroying old televisions, computers and printers.