House lawmakers are moving ahead with legislation making internet platforms more accountable to online users, in what is expected to be a showdown between Washington and Silicon Valley.
Lawmakers worked to reach an agreement on a short-term spending patch to avoid a potential partial government shutdown this weekend, with Democrats and Republicans still haggling over the details of ...
Investigations by federal officials on phone-hack and extortion claims haven’t led to public action.
The currency crisis deepened after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan defended his policy of demanding lower interest rates despite rising inflation, sparking another selloff of the lira.
The pickup in inflation rates around the world will be longer-lasting and sharper than previously anticipated, with a growing risk that households and businesses grow accustomed to faster price rises, ...
Oil prices and the Dow gained as markets clawed back some losses sparked by worries over the new coronavirus variant and the unwinding of Federal Reserve stimulus.
Russia ordered U.S. Embassy staff who have been in Moscow for more than three years to leave the country by Jan. 31, in the latest round of tit-for-tat expulsions between Washington and Moscow.
Markets will be looking for clues about how the central bank is thinking about plans to raise interest rates next year.
Rep. Elaine Luria, a top GOP target, focuses on military and individual social programs, not President Biden’s overall $2 trillion spending plan.
Free media was a major achievement of Western efforts in Afghanistan. Now, it struggles for survival under Taliban intimidation.