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Protesters set cars on fire and threw petrol bombs at police in the Spanish city of Barcelona for a second straight night, intensifying unrest sparked by the sentencing of Catalan separatist leaders who had sought to declare an independent state.
South Korean Paralympic hopeful Ha Jae-hun is the picture of calm determination as he trains down the lake, but it's taken him four years and 21 rounds of surgery to find this peace.
Netflix added slightly more paying subscribers than Wall Street expected in the third quarter, a relief to investors who had worried the company might fall short just as Disney and others prepare to ramp up the streaming video wars. Jillian Kitchener
A man who paid the rent on a Dutch farmhouse where six members of a family were found locked away in a secret room will appear in court on Thursday on charges of unlawful detention and harming others' health, prosecutors said. Colette Luke has more.
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Democratic leaders' cut short a White House meeting after Republican President Donald Trump had a "meltdown" over a House of Representatives vote condemning his Syria withdrawal.
Wall Street lost ground on Wednesday as weak U.S. economic data and simmering geopolitical tensions spooked buyers away from the equities market, despite a string of generally positive third-quarter earnings reports.
Josh Jalinski, president of Jalinski Advisory Group and author of "Retirement Reality Check," says he's not worried about weak retail sales numbers, since "the economy is generally strong." Yahaira Jacquez reports.
U.S. President Donald Trump dismissed criticism over the continuing crisis in Syria, a stance in stark contrast with the president's fellow Republicans in the United States.
The parents of a British teenager killed in a car crash by a U.S. diplomat's wife were surprised to learn the woman was at the White House during their meeting with Trump Tuesday - and declined his suggestion that they be introduced to her there.
Former adviser to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo who abruptly resigned last week, on Wednesday spoke to an impeachment inquiry into allegations President Donald Trump pursued political interests in his dealings with Ukraine.
Big pharmaceutical firms do not usually spend big on finding the solutions to the very rarest diseases -- but now a company based in eastern England is launching an initiative to discover new treatments for exactly those conditions.
Democratic presidential hopefuls denounced President Donald Trump’s decision to pull U.S. troops back from Syria, saying in an Ohio debate he had endangered America’s longtime Kurdish allies while empowering foes Russia and Syria. Chris Dignam has mo
U.S. retail sales fell for the first time in seven months in September, which could raise fears that manufacturing-led weakness was spreading to the broader economy, keeping the Federal Reserve on course to cut interest rates again this month.
Bored by Brexit? After three years of crisis, Sky News is betting that some viewers are so fed up with the divorce drama that there is a market for a Brexit-free news channel.
Negotiators struggled on Wednesday to clinch an eleventh-hour Brexit deal on the eve of an EU summit, raising the chances that Prime Minister Boris Johnson will have to seek an extension of the October 31 deadline for Britain's exit from the bloc.
Twelve bodies have been found at the wreckage site of a capsized boat after a crowded migrant vessel went down in bad weather off the coast of Lampedusa on October 7.
Turkey's offensive into northeast Syria will end if Kurdish fighters in the region drop their weapons and withdraw from a planned "safe zone," President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday, but warned that no power could stop it until then.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam was forced to abandon her annual policy address after some lawmakers jeered as she began speaking, causing an unprecedented cancellation of the speech. The embattled leader later delivered the speech via a pre-recorded vid
North Korea's leader is pictured riding a white horse on a sacred mountain in new state media report, which also cited Kim Jong Un aides saying they're convinced he is planning a "great operation." Francis Maguire reports.