The International Olympic Committee has voted against lifting the ban of Russia from the Pyeongchang Winter Games.
Before they had even started, these Games were being described as the "Peace Olympics".
President Donald Trump tweeted that arming teachers as a deterrent against such often deadly violence should be "Up to States."
Congress has released a memo that aims to counter GOP allegations that the FBI abused its surveillance powers.
Twin suicide blasts in Aden killed six people and injured 31 others, according to two senior security officials in Yemen.
Buffett explains in his 2017 annual letter how he turned his $318,250 bet into $2.2 million for charity.
Two years after his unexpected death, David Bowie is back on tour…sort of.
Following the unanimous vote for a ceasefire resolution in Syria, US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley blames Russia for the delay.
The Council approved an immediate 30-day cease-fire after a recent bombardment of the Damascus suburb of eastern Ghouta killed hundreds of civilians.
The United Nations Security Council has unanimously demanded a 30-day ceasefire in Syria to allow aid and medical evacuations.
Bank of America will talk to its gunmaker clients about what they can do to help stop deadly mass shootings.
When baby koalas or kangaroos need to be hand-reared, cow milk can sicken them. So a local company began creating custom formulas, and expanded to echidnas, sugar gliders and other Australian natives.
CNBC reviews the 2017 Lexus RX 350 F Sport.
Skyrocketing drug prices are leaving millions of Americans with tough choices. Here are some ways you can save.
Because of changes to the global trading system, an end to the agreement is unlikely to be devastating for Canada, and could even have positive effects.
The 87-year old billionaire released his annual letter Saturday and it did not disappoint.
Mr. Manafort paid 2 million euros to former European officials to lobby for Ukraine’s then pro-Russian government, a new indictment says.
Warren Buffett's annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders listed the company's largest stock investments.
The UN Security Council on Saturday will try again to vote for a temporary ceasefire in Syria after several delays this week.
Women wield significant authority in northern Syria — in the police, the courts and the militias — and the push for gender equality is spreading from Kurdish-majority areas to conservative Arab ones.
The discovery of a maid’s body in an apartment in Kuwait sparked outrage and focused attention on the treatment of Philippine workers living abroad.
It's made with $260-per-pound dried chilis and 'corn smut.'
Delta Air Lines has joined a growing list of companies to cut perks for members of the National Rifle Association or its related events.
Local news reports said the driver may have been intoxicated, even though consuming alcohol is illegal in Bihar State.
As the Winter Games are set to draw to a close, it seems that sport isn't the only thing on athletes' minds with some looking to hook up with fellow Olympians.
Warren Buffett explains the perils of using debt and leverage in his 2017 annual letter.
It's the longest running top-flight derby in England, but how much do you know about the Liverpool-Everton rivalry?
The story of how Didier Drogba tried to bring peace to the Ivory Coast at the time of the 2006 World Cup.
The number of Syrians killed in eastern Ghouta since a wave of bombings began a week ago has hit almost 500 following further airstrikes.
COPA90's Eli Mengem discovers how Japan's interest in the game has created Asia's most successful football nation.
Director Wes Anderson has won the best director prize at the Berlin film festival for his new animated movie Isle of Dogs.
David Moyes is back in management, but the Scot's appointment has not gone down well with all of West Ham's fans.
The Washington Wizards player says he will spend his summer taking up college courses.
Gold just had its worst week in over two months, but one technician says the precious metal is headed for a breakout.
Fourth-quarter net income increased roughly fivefold for Berkshire Hathaway, in part because of the Trump tax cut.
How I fed myself on $50 a week and managed to eat good, balanced meals.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway released its 2017 annual letter to shareholders Saturday.
The Lief Therapeutics stress tracker might be good if you need data to improve your habits, but most of us should just remember to breathe deeply.
How one school in Kentucky got out of the endowment tax.
The violent nationalism that fueled the dictator’s rise has returned with force as critical elections loom. But it has also spurred a nascent countermovement.
Charges against Donald Trump's ex-campaign chairman Paul Manafort could also pose legal and regulatory risks for the banks that loaned him millions.
The International Committee of the Red Cross said 21 staff members have been dismissed or resigned for "paying for sexual services" in the past three years.
"Though he aggressively pursues his goals, he seems to do so without earning anyone's particular ire."
Michael Toth analyzed decades of Berkshire Hathaway shareholder letters.
A draft resolution aimed at ending the carnage in the eastern Ghouta district and elsewhere will now be put up for a vote in the council at noon Saturday.
Insurgents staged several raids in the south as a high-level NATO delegation visited the country to discuss the peace process.
A new study using lab-engineered microtumors allowed doctors to better predict if a drug treatment will work.
"Buffett's positivity is very powerful."
Khalid al-Falih is seeking a permanent alliance among major producers.
The lack of news at home is a stark contrast with North Korea's made-for-the-cameras delegation at the games.
The purchase by Li Shufu means Geely, China's largest privately-owned automaker, is now Daimler's biggest shareholder.
Many EU leaders have conceded that they are unlikely to resolve budget issues before Britain leaves next year.
Malaysians were not happy when Prime Minister Najib Razak said he preferred quinoa because it was “better than rice,” the national staple.
Russia is at the forefront of repatriating women and children from the collapsing Islamic State: “What should we do, leave them there so somebody will recruit them?” asks a Russian Senator.
People running for cover. Kids begging for food. Parents kissing their children goodbye. This is the reality in Eastern Ghouta -- a rebel-held city under heavy bombardment -- as shown by videos taken by activists on the ground. CNN's Arwa Damon shows us a slice of life in the embattled city.
More charities have revealed cases of sexual misconduct among staff and associates in the wake of the Oxfam scandal.
Chinese authorities will no longer have to use the U.S. courts to seek information on iCloud users.
Syrian government air raids killed a further 32 people in rebel-held suburbs east of Damascus on Friday, activists said, as a vote on a UN-backed ceasefire was delayed.
The decision stunned Pakistani officials and could deliver a major blow to the nation’s economy.
A federal indictment says that a former Trump campaign chairman wired 2 million euros to former European politicians.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell could rock markets when he speaks for the first time to Congress.
Two car bomb blasts in Mogadishu shattered a months-long period of calm Somalia’s capital. The Shabab extremist group claimed responsibility.
Two astronomers spotted Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster floating space.
Facebook demos, then removes, violent Oculus VR game from kiosk at conservative political conference
The gastronomic bible awarded new stars to 57 restaurants, only two of which have women as chefs. A “Me Too” moment pricks French kitchen culture.
Hundreds of radicalized inmates will be isolated, and school licensing will be more closely scrutinized.
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On Friday, the Dow reversed a unique pattern evident over the course of the last four trading sessions.
Some people call them "high density plastic'" or "pre-production micro-plastic" but individuals in the industry refer to them as nurdles - a silly sounding name for a lentil-sized pellet that is the building block of all-known plastic products.
Donald Trump has said he is hitting North Korea with its "heaviest sanctions ever" and could move to "phase two" if they do not work.
For the first time in years, Cuba is getting a new shipment of Ladas, reigniting the island's love for Russian cars. Patrick Oppmann reports from Havana.
Atlanta is one of 11 Amazon HQ2 cities in states lacking LGBT discrimination laws. Georgia's Senate isn't helping.
A former NFL player has been held by police in the US after a threatening picture posted to his Instagram account forced a school to close.
Buffett stepped down from his role as the legendary investor looks to reduce his travel commitments.
South Korea, long dominant in short-track speedskating, molds young skaters into champions starting at an early age.
Dropbox has employed "infrastructure optimization" to reduce costs of storing data
The superseding indictment contains five counts, including making false statements and conspiracy to launder money.
The investment by Li Shufu, the chairman of the Geely automotive group, represents 9.69 percent of the German carmaker.
The Canadian prime minister wore traditional garb throughout a visit to India, inspiring debate over whether he was appropriating or respecting local culture.
Innovators are in a race to develop green blockchain innovations to address demand by businesses.
Find out if you're invested in guns. But don't expect it to be easy to stop.
President Donald Trump isn't doing enough to tackle the gun issue facing the country, says Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio.
Dropbox CEO Drew Houston and venture firm Sequoia Capital are poised to be the biggest winners in the IPO
The pet products industry is on the rise as pet owners look for healthy and luxury items for their pets.
Just in time for the warmer weather, liquor companies are launching Rose hard cider, a seasonal hard apple cider.
Walmart shareholders fell victim to elevated expectations as the retailer's e-commerce sales growth waned.
A U.S. District Court judge has blocked the Interior Department from suspending an Obama-era methane emissions rule.
A passenger vehicle struck a security barrier near the White House on Friday, but did not breach the White House complex.
More households are making progress, says Bankrate.
The RNC has spent more than $290,000 since September on rent for Trump's campaign and salary for Vice President Mike Pence's nephew.
The White House has been put on lockdown after a vehicle struck a security barrier.
If you're confused about the rules, you could be missing out.
Here are some of Wall Street's most popular and largest funds that are currently invested in firearm manufacturers.
Cloud storage company DropBox filed to raise $500 million in a public offering on Friday.
Trump's new sanctions will fail without 'hard-nosed, challenging diplomacy,' says retired Lt. Col. Daniel Davis.
The growing demand for rechargeable batteries could lead to shortages in key materials.
The Canada Letter looks at reasons for Canada’s poor showing in curling at the Olympics. Plus, how a film helped Times journalists break one of last year’s biggest stories.
The gun control debate puts a fresh spotlight on insurance for self-defense incidents.
Instacart discovered a bug that affected users' ability to waive service fees and shoppers' ability to receive tips.