Equifax finds more victims of 2017 breach
The massive data breach suffered by credit-rating company Equifax hit more people than previously thought, the company has reported.
Hope Hicks becomes 4th White House communications head to quit under Trump
Hope Hicks is leaving her post as White House communications director.
Xi’s Warning to Investors: Any Chinese Billionaire Could Fall
President Xi Jinping’s government has fired another warning shot at global dealmakers doing business with Chinese billionaires: Not even the most well-connected tycoons are safe.
Putin, before vote, unveils new 'invincible' nuclear weapons to counter West
President Vladimir Putin unveiled an array of new nuclear weapons on Thursday, in one of his most bellicose speeches in years, saying they could hit almost any point in the world and evade a U.S.-built missile shield.
South Korea's Moon tells Trump of plan to send envoy to North Korea
South Korea plans to send a special envoy to North Korea in response to an invitation from leader Kim Jong Un, South Korean President Moon Jae-in told his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump in a phone call on Thursday.
ANC’s Duarte Says South Africa ‘Won’t Be Another Zimbabwe’ on Land
Plans by South Africa’s ruling African National Congress for land reform won’t undermine the economy or curb food output, Deputy Secretary-General Jessie Duarte said.
Venezuela Candidates Sign Agreement to Respect Results, Move Election Date
The presidential candidates agreed to delay the elections until the second half of May, but a date has yet to be decided.
Marine Le Pen: French judge opens probe into IS images
A French judge has opened a formal criminal investigation into Marine Le Pen's publication on Twitter of a series of grisly images in 2015.
Trump at odds with Republican lawmakers over gun reforms
US President Donald Trump has stunned lawmakers from both parties by accusing them of being "petrified" of the National Rifle Association (NRA).
Do you feel like killing Isis militants? Hezbollah just released a video game for that
Lebanon's Hezbollah produced a video game simulating the battlefields of Syria and allowing users to launch attacks on the Islamic State.
California has the worst quality of life in all 50 states, and conservatives are celebrating
California has the worst quality of life among all 50 states, according to a recent ranking by US News and World Report.
Massachusetts Man Charged With Sending White Powder to Trump’s Son
A Massachusetts man has been charged with sending a letter with a white powder to Donald Trump Jr. that landed his wife, Vanessa, in the hospital.
Georgia teacher fires gun in empty classroom
A Georgia teacher who barricaded himself in his classroom and fired a handgun is in police custody.
YouTube's New Moderators Mistakenly Pull Right-Wing Channels
YouTube’s new moderators, brought in to spot fake, misleading and extreme videos, stumbled in one of their first major tests, mistakenly removing some clips and channels in the midst of a nationwide debate on gun control.
IHeart Prepares for Bankruptcy as Soon as This Weekend
Embattled IHeartMedia Inc. is circulating documents for a bankruptcy filing that could come as soon as this weekend for the biggest U.S. radio broadcaster.