Italian oil and gas company Eni returned to a profit in the third quarter as crude oil prices nudge upward after OPEC production cuts.
Swiss chemicals giant Clariant and its U.S. rival Hunstman have axed their $20 billion merger after it came under attack from an activist investor group.
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Ralph Peters: Bergdahl sentencing isn't about him -- It's about setting an example for any future traitors
The sentence the military judge will impose on Bowe Bergdahl isn’t about one self-centered deserter.
It is easy to dismiss the impeachment efforts of Democratic Reps. Brad Sherman, Al Green and Maxine Waters as the actions of inconsequential backbenchers.
Though Ken Burns and his collaborators claim otherwise, the real heroes of “The Vietnam War” were not U.S. protestors, but the troops my brother and I led.
During his first visit to the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea, U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis said Friday that the U.S. was doing all it could to resolve its ongoing dispute with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
The Kremlin says President Vladimir Putin has taken part in major military drills and personally launched four ballistic missiles as part of the exercises.
Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen is setting off for the United States and three South Pacific nations in an effort to crack the diplomatic isolation imposed by rival China.
The tiny Waiapi tribe is struggling to maintain its traditional way of life as mining companies edge ever closer in Brazil's Amazon.
Clashes between protesters and police forces have marred the first day of French President Emmanuel Macron's visit to French Guiana.
North Korea says it will send back a South Korean fishing boat and its crew who were detained for crossing the eastern sea border between the rivals.
Surrounded by hostile Christian militias, Muslim civilians in the volatile Central African Republic town of Bangassou have paid small fortunes to United Nations contractors to hide them in vehicles and take them to safety after U.N. peacekeepers repeatedly refused to do so, according to multiple people who made the journey.
Two crucial meetings will take place in Spain that could decide the short-term future of a country undergoing its worst political crisis in decades.
On his first visit to the tense but eerily quiet frontier between North and South Korea as U.S. secretary of defense, Jim Mattis conveyed the message he hopes will win the day: Diplomacy is the answer to ending the nuclear crisis with the North, not war.
The drug company founder charged with leading a nationwide conspiracy to bribe doctors and pharmacists to widely prescribe an opioid cancer drug for people who didn't need it came to the U.S. for postgraduate studies and for a time was listed among Arizona's richest billionaires.
Burundi is becoming the first country to withdraw from the International Criminal Court.
Taxpayer-owned Royal Bank of Scotland is reporting a third consecutive quarterly profit after it increased lending and cut costs.
Some were asked their hobbies and packing habits.
Standing yards away from North Korea, US Defense Secretary James Mattis said that the US and South Korea are committed to a "diplomatic solution" to address the country's "reckless behavior." CNN's Paula Hancocks has more.
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Norwegian rescue officials say they are using a remote-controlled submarine to locate a Russian helicopter with eight people on board that went down into the frigid sea off Svalbard, an Arctic archipelago belonging to Norway.