Donald Trump and his sons Eric and Don Jr committed fraud by inflating the value of the real estate and financial assets of the Trump Organisation for years, a New York judge ruled on Tuesday.
The leaders of the Writers Guild of America on Tuesday called off a monthslong strike that has paralyzed Hollywood, accepting a pay deal hammered out with production studios.
The head of Guinea's junta Colonel Mamady Doumbouya defended the use of military intervention in politics during a UN address Thursday, following a recent series of coups on the African continent.
A US government contractor who worked at the State and Justice departments has been arrested on charges of spying, reportedly for Ethiopia.
Angus Cloud, the 25-year-old co-star of hit HBO drama "Euphoria," died from an accidental drug overdose in July, a US coroner said Thursday.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday called on India to cooperate with its investigation into the murder of a Sikh separatist after earlier this week pointing to Indian agents as suspects.
Working in industrial laundries at age 14, labouring up to 35 hours a week on top of school, some US states are relaxing the barriers to employing minors, despite rising cases of exploitation.
A judge at the US military tribunal in Guantanamo Bay on Thursday ruled that a Yemeni detainee who was tortured by the CIA is unfit to stand trial in a death-penalty case, US media reported.
ExxonMobil has pledged nearly 40,000 barrels per day (bpd) in new Nigerian production in the short term after President Bola Ahmed Tinubu's success in wooing energy investors in the United States (US). Tinubu in a statement signed by his spokesman, Ajuri Ngelale played host to a delegation consisting of the global leadership of an Oil…
Ukraine will "soon" receive M1 Abrams tanks from the United States as Kyiv's forces make "steady" progress in a counter-offensive against Moscow's troops, US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said on Tuesday. Washington had promised the tanks to Kyiv at the beginning of the year, part of more than $43 billion in security assistance pledged by…
Google begins a marathon battle in a federal court on Tuesday to fight accusations from the US government that it acted unlawfully to become the world's preeminent search engine. Over the course of 10 weeks of testimony involving more than 100 witnesses, Google will try to persuade Judge Amit P. Mehta that the landmark case…
Enrique Tarrio, the former leader of the far-right Proud Boys militia, was sentenced to 22 years in prison on Tuesday for his role in the January 6, 2021 attack on the US Capitol, the stiffest sentence handed out so far.