Britain's government intends to bring forward parliament's mid-year recess to Thursday, a parliamentary official said on Monday.
The administration of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has opened a probe into allegations that the real estate firm once led by U.S. President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner harassed tenants at one of its largest residential buildings.
The U.S. State Department on Monday said it was working with NATO ally Turkey on the possible sale of a Raytheon Co Patriot missile defense system to avert its purchase of a Russian-made S-400 system.
An 800-year-old tradition of counting the swans owned by Britain's Queen Elizabeth started on Monday, an annual ceremony of "swan upping" that in modern times has become a means of wildlife conservation.
The Federal Communications Commission has the three votes needed to approve a draft order sending Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc's proposed $3.9 billion acquisition of Tribune Media Co to an administrative hearing, an official said on Monday.
American boxer Floyd Mayweather was named the world's highest-paid entertainer on Monday on a list that saw actor George Clooney take the No. 2 spot with the highest annual pay of his career.
About 20 Nigerian soldiers are missing after a clash with Boko Haram militants in the northeast of the country, security sources said on Monday, though the military denied reports that some troops could not be found.
A representative of U.S. President Donald Trump raised the case of jailed British anti-Muslim activist Tommy Robinson with Britain's U.S. ambassador following lobbying by the right-wing Breitbart.com website, according to a British government so...
The chairman of embattled German industrial group Thyssenkrupp resigned on Monday, following the company's chief executive out the door under pressure from activist shareholders pushing for radical restructuring of the group.
U.S. President Donald Trump emerged from a meeting with Vladimir Putin on Monday saying he saw no reason to believe Russia had hacked the 2016 U.S. presidential election, and the Russian leader "was extremely strong and powerful" in denying it.
Prime Minister Theresa May bowed to pressure from Brexit supporters in her governing Conservative Party on Monday, accepting their changes to a customs bill that underpins Britain's departure from the European Union.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he saw no reason to believe Russia had hacked the 2016 U.S. presidential election to help him win, and Vladimir Putin "was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today".
The blimp portraying Donald Trump as a snarling baby that flew over London last week during the U.S. president's European tour could soon be in New Jersey's skies after activists said they had raised enough money to bring it to the United S...
Former U.S. President Barack Obama urged Kenya's leaders on Monday to turn their backs on the divisive ethnic politics that have frequently spilled over into violence and to stamp down on corruption.
Twenty-First Century Fox Inc shares dropped more than 2 percent on Monday, as investors viewed the absence of a new bid by Comcast Corp for most of Fox's assets as meaning its bidding war with Walt Disney Co for them is likely over.
The United States is ready to join direct negotiations with the Taliban in an effort to end the 17 year-long war in Afghanistan, General John Nicholson, the top U.S. commander, said on Monday, amid growing speculation about possible peace talks.
The British government will accept four changes to its customs legislation proposed by eurosceptics within Prime Minister Theresa May's party, the BBC reported, neutralising a planned rebellion by MPs who reject her Brexit plan.
The chief executive of Indonesian electricity utility Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) denied wrongdoing on Monday after the country's Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) searched his house for evidence in a power station graft probe.
U.S. stocks opened flat on Monday as losses in energy shares due to lower oil prices offset gains in the financial sector after a robust quarterly report from Bank of America.
Planemakers racked up more than $20 billion (15.08 billion pounds) of deals on the opening day of the Farnborough Airshow on Monday, suggesting demand for new passenger jets remains in rude health despite worries over trade tensions and Brexit.