A representative for the International Olympic Committee says the National Hockey League shouldn't expect special treatment in negotiations for its participation in the upcoming Winter Games.
After the damaging recall of its fire-prone Note 7 smartphone, you could be forgiven for thinking Samsung Electronics would make a song and dance about battery safety in its new flagship phones, due to be launched in the U.S.
Britain has formally triggered the process of leaving the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May says, ending the country's 44-year relationship with the bloc.
Turkey will discuss Syria and the extradition of U.S.-based Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen, blamed for a failed coup last July, with U.S.
Vermont's dairy industry depends on migrant labour to keep the milk flowing. Now, fears of a crackdown by the Trump administration on illegal immigrants has many farm workers living in fear, and farmers are worried they could lose a major part of their workforce.
French former Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Wednesday he would vote for Emmanuel Macron in the coming presidential election, the biggest Socialist party name to date to turn his back on its official candidate and back the centrist instead.
Australia's army and emergency workers headed to areas of tropical Queensland state hardest hit by Cyclone Debbie on Wednesday, finding roads blocked by fallen trees, sugarcane fields flattened and widespread damage in coastal towns.
California prosecutors say two anti-abortion activists who made undercover videos of themselves trying to buy fetal tissue from Planned Parenthood have been charged with 15 felonies.
Three storm chasers were killed when their vehicles collided at a rural crossroads during severe West Texas storms on Tuesday.
The bodies of an American and a Swedish investigator with the United Nations and their Congolese interpreter have been found in Congo's Central Kasai province, authorities said Tuesday, more than two weeks after they disappeared while looking into recent violence there.
The faltering campaign of French presidential candidate François Fillon suffered another setback on Tuesday when magistrates placed his wife under formal investigation over allegations that he paid her for a fake parliamentary job.
As official notice of Brexit is given, the feared consequences are already being felt: some EU workers affected aren't waiting to find out what happens, and are moving on.
A French court on Tuesday convicted the man known as "Carlos the Jackal," once the world's most-wanted fugitive, of a deadly 1974 attack on a Paris shopping arcade and sentenced him to life in prison for the third time.
Dozens of Chinese Parisians gathered in front of a police station in northern Paris on Tuesday to protest against police brutality following the shooting death of a 54-year-old man who was allegedly killed in his own home in front of his teenage children.
Lionel Messi has been banned from Argentina's next four World Cup qualifiers, starting with Tuesday's game in Bolivia.
As British Prime Minister Theresa May tries to unite the U.K. ahead of its formal exit from the European Union, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon presses forward with plans to hold a second referendum on independence.
U.S. House intelligence chairman Devin Nunes faces growing calls to step away from the panel's Russia investigation, as revelations about a secret source meeting on White House grounds raise questions about his and the panel's independence.
The United Nations and Amnesty International are sounding the alarm over the rising number of Mosul residents killed by coalition and Iraqi forces as the battle to free Iraq's second largest city continues.
Former prime minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski holds no government position in Poland, but all agree that, as leader of the Law and Justice party, he makes the key decisions.
U.S. President Donald Trump touted Ford Motor Co.'s expected announcement Tuesday about investments and jobs at its U.S.