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The mayor of Cleveland has called a news conference to discuss a U.S. Justice Department report that strongly criticizes the city's police for a pattern and practice of using excessive force and violating people's civil rights.
Chinese leaders have affirmed their commitment to a "new normal" of slower economic growth in 2015 at an annual planning meeting and promised to help the poor and promote market-oriented reforms.
London police say the death by falling of a financier who had been embroiled in a lengthy divorce row is not being treated as suspicious.
The European Central Bank has handed out 130 billion euros ($162 billion) in cheap, long-term loans to banks — part of its effort to stimulate the eurozone economy.
Spanish fashion retailer Inditex, which owns Zara stores, has returned to profit in the first nine months of the year thanks to strong sales.
European stock markets opened with slight gains Thursday after a nosedive in Asia as falling oil prices reinforced jitters about a sluggish global economy.
An Indian court has barred Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc. from selling its handsets in India for allegedly infringing mobile phone technology patented by Ericsson.
Retirees covered by financially troubled multiemployer pensions could soon see their benefits cut under a congressional spending deal to keep the government running.
It's a political victory for the popular potato.
Growing opposition among Democrats and persistent opposition from the tea party Republicans has left a $1.1 trillion government-wide spending bill teetering as many lawmakers find more in the measure to dislike than like.
If you were naughty this year, you might end up with something big and boring, like a vacuum cleaner.
The uber-trendy Seoul neighborhood made famous by the "Gangnam Style" K-pop hit is known for status-conscious people, plastic surgery clinics and Ivy League prep schools.
The new 1 World Trade Center opened to great fanfare last month as the first tenants moved into the 104-story tower through a vast lobby dominated by a monumental abstract mural.
A new government report shows that nearly 20 percent of U.S. consumers — nearly 43 million people — have unpaid medical debts.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is holding talks with Indian leaders to strengthen trade and energy cooperation with Asia's third-largest economy as Western sanctions threaten to push his country's economy to the brink of a recession.
A former "America's Next Top Model" contestant is suing Tyra Banks for $3 million, saying she was improperly denied a top prize because she used to be an escort.
Google said Thursday it will shut down its Google News service in Spain to prevent publishers' content from appearing on it — ahead of a new law requiring the Internet search company to pay Spanish news organizations for linked content or snippets of news.
Slumping oil prices have helped push Alaska's potential budget deficit this year to $3.5 billion — an increase of $2.1 billion from what lawmakers expected in April.
The massive $1.1 trillion federal spending bill under debate in Washington contains key provisions that benefit the state, members of South Dakota's congressional delegation said Wednesday.
Mississippi-based regional bank Renasant Corp. said Wednesday that it will acquire Georgia-based Heritage Financial Group, the parent of HeritageBank of the South for $258 million in stock.