It’s finally happening, folks.
Representatives from the US, Canada, and Mexico are set to meet today in the first round of the North American trade talks.
Controversial fashion brand American Apparel is now in business again, selling its edgy jeans and iconic leggings.
President Trump will probably go down in history as one of the most outspoken world leaders ever.
The Trump administration is set to order an investigation into China and alleged intellectual property theft today.
If you’ve ever been on the hunt for a new career, chances are you’ll have seen some ridiculous adverts.
The world’s largest fast food chain McDonald’s announced plans on Tuesday to double the number of its stores in China within five years, targeting the country’s less-developed urban areas.
The US and North Korea are swapping threats about nuclear weapons and everyone is worried we’re soon going to be in the midst of a nuclear war.
It’s safe to say that San Francisco is one of the most expensive places to live in the US.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has cut the economic growth outlook for the UK and the US despite saying the “pick-up in global growth” that it had anticipated in its previous survey in April remained “on track”.
US president Donald Trump has rolled back on suggestions the US and Russia could work together to form what he called an “impenetrable cyber security shield” to prevent any future tampering by foreign powers in the country’s elections.
Japan and the European Union (EU) signed a free-trade deal on Thursday, creating the world’s biggest open economic area.
Beijing launched its Bond Connect programme on Monday, allowing foreign investors to buy and sell Chinese bonds.
US president Donald Trump will send federal help in an effort to reduce crime in Chicago, he announced in a tweet on Friday.
The Pew Research Centre in the US has released its global public opinion report on the Trump presidency – and it doesn’t look good for the real estate mogul turned world leader.
Japanese car parts maker Takata filed for bankruptcy protection in the US and Japan on the weekend.
On Sunday afternoon the US-led coalition fighting Isis blocked pro-Assad forces from entering the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF)-held town of Ja’Din in Raqqa province.
Nikos Giannopoulos, a gay 29-year-old teacher, was crowned Rhode Island Teacher of the Year on Saturday.
German discount supermarket Lidl is opening its first US stores today.
Scientists in Canada had to abandon a $17m research expedition to Hudson Bay this week owing to dangerous weather conditions arising from warming temperatures in the region.
Puerto Rico, the small Caribbean island, voted this weekend to become the 51st US state.
US president Donald Trump has pulled the US out of the Paris Agreement on climate change, the agreement that almost every country in the world adopted in December 2015.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) ministers will gather in Vienna, the Austrian capital today to discuss the world’s oil supply and prices.
One thing seems to have followed heads of state and ex-heads of states around this year: impeachment.
High wages are sometimes illusory; in expensive cities, the lion’s share of a salary is spent on the cost of living.
Wall Street suffered its worst day in eight months yesterday as investors grow concerned over the political situation in the US.
Finance ministers and central bankers from the G7 states are meeting today in Bari, Italy.
The omnipresent UK chain Pret A Manger could be heading for an initial public offering (IPO) this year in what could be the first British restaurant chain to make a US IPO.
Telecoms giant O2 today announced that from 15 June, pay monthly and business customers will no longer be charged extra for using their phones in 47 European countries.