GOP tax plan slashes corporate rate, cut for wealthy
House Republicans on Thursday unveiled a tax cut plan that slashes the corporate tax rate, lowers taxes for most Americans but limits a cherished deduction for homeowners as President Donald Trump and the GOP seek to deliver on the first tax revamp in three decades.
Catalonia crisis: Spain's prosecutors call for Puigdemont's arrest
Spain's state prosecutor has requested a European arrest warrant for ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont and four others over their role in a disputed independence referendum.
Catalonia crisis: Sacked ministers held by Madrid court
Eight sacked Catalan ministers have been remanded in custody by a Spanish high court judge over the region's push for independence.
New York truck attack: Trump urges death penalty for Sayfullo Saipov
US President Donald Trump has repeated calls for the suspect in the New York truck attack to get the death penalty.
Walmart shooting: 'Nonchalant' suspect arrested after manhunt
Police have arrested a man accused of shooting three people at a Walmart in suburban Colorado after a manhunt.
Chinese President Responds to Letter from Kim Jong Un
The letter suggests that relations between the two countries may soon normalize, as Xi Jinping expresses a desire to share "common prosperity."
Report: US Spends $250 Million per Day for the War on Terror
The Department of Defense’s “cost of war” report suggests that the U.S. has spent $250 million per day for the past 16 years on ‘defense.’
'Big void' identified in Khufu's Great Pyramid at Giza
The mysteries of the pyramids have deepened with the discovery of what appears to be a giant void within the Khufu, or Cheops, monument in Egypt.
Poland to ban Ukrainians with 'anti-Polish views'
Poland plans to bar Ukrainians with “anti-Polish views”, its foreign minister said on Thursday, emphasizing the nationalist credentials of his ruling party that often talks of the “historic wrongs” inflicted on Poles by their neighbors.
There Was So Much Wind Power In Germany This Weekend, Consumers Got Free Energy
A stormy weekend led to free electricity in Germany as wind generation reached a record, forcing power producers to pay customers the most since Christmas 2012 to use electricity.
AP-CNBC Poll: Interview questions often run afoul of the law
It’s tough to come up with the right answer in a job interview, particularly if the question could run afoul of the law.