Zimbabwe tobacco is booming, but farmers growing it are not
Many Zimbabwean tobacco farmers are making big sales this season, but they don't feel they're benefiting from the crop, the nation's second biggest earner after gold.
US official mulling greatly expanded airplane laptop ban
Homeland Security secretary says he's considering banning laptops from the passenger cabins of all international flights into and out of the United States.
Shares in British Airways' parent company tumble
Shares in British Airways' parent company are tumbling after a huge IT failure stranded thousands of passengers over the weekend.
French president flexes diplomatic muscles in Putin meeting
On a trip that will likely shape Russia-France relations for years to come, President Vladimir Putin is set to visit France for talks with newly-elected French President Emmanuel Macron after expressing sympathy...
As Melania Trump puts focus on high-end luxury, market grows
A new study forecasts health growth in global luxury sales this year, even though the Manchester attack and changing U.S. travel policies bring uncertainty.
Greece: Creditors must deliver on promise to lighten debt
Greece's finance minister insists the country's international creditors must agree on how to make Greece's debt sustainable to help the nation emerge from its protracted financial crisis.
Hearings open in Navalny vs. Usmanov defamation case
Hearings have opened in the defamation case between Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny and multi-billionaire Alisher Usmanov.
Global shares weaker as investors await economic data
Asian stock markets trade weaker as investors are on the sideline before the release of a raft of economic data due later this week.
Mexico says operations resume at key US commercial crossing
The Mexican government says it has resumed import operations at one of the busiest commercial crossings on the U.S.-Mexico border, just over a week after it was damaged by winds and rain.
Taxi strike across Spain to protest Uber, Cabify services
Taxi across Spain's are striking to protest the increase in numbers of cars run by private companies offering cheaper mobile ride-hailing services.
Japan needs more workers and it can't find them
Japan has more jobs than it knows what to do with.
Airlines in focus; Euro takes a hit; U.S. futures flat
1. A tale of two airlines: British Airways owner IAG shed 4% on Tuesday after a major IT failure forced the airline to cancel thousands of flights over the holiday weekend.
Denver Post cuts ties with sports writer over Indy 500 tweet
The Denver Post has cut ties with Terry Frei after the journalist tweeted that he was "very uncomfortable with a Japanese driver winning the Indianapolis 500 during Memorial Day weekend."
Frank Deford, renowned sportswriter, dies at 78
Frank Deford, the renowned sportswriter and commentator, has died. He was 78.
3 Car buying tricks to ensure you get a good deal
Come Memorial Day, Labor Day and even the Fourth of July, auto sellers will pull out all the stops with balloons, burgers and bands to get you on their lot and sell you a vehicle.
The anti-terror ad going viral in the Middle East
A hard-hitting video advertisement of a suicide bomber being challenged by victims of terrorism has gone viral in the Middle East.
Indian tech boss: Trump's H-1B visa curbs 'will hurt'
A top Indian executive has finally admitted that President Trump is bad news for the nation's vast tech industry.
DHS Secretary: U.S. 'might' expand laptop ban to all international flights
The U.S. could dramatically expand a ban on laptops and e-readers in airplane cabins, Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said Sunday.
Expanded laptop ban could cover half a million travelers a day
Thousands of flights and hundreds of thousands of passengers will be affected every day if the United States extends its so-called laptop ban to all international flights.
Indian billionaire bleeds heavily in telecom price war
One of India's richest men is losing heavily in the country's cutthroat telecom price war.