U.S. President Donald Trump's administration on Wednesday unveiled the principles of the long-awaited tax reform plan that will significantly cut income taxes for Americans and corporates, ahead of the administration's first 100 days in office.
U.S. President Donald Trump aims to use economic sanctions and diplomatic measures to pressure Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) into dismantling its nuclear and missile programs, U.S. officials said Wednesday.
The relations between Russia and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) are at their lowest level since the end of the Cold War, but Moscow is ready to repair them, the country's military chief said here Wednesday.
The Syrian Foreign Ministry condemned on Wednesday the Turkish airstrikes that targeted Kurdish positions in northern Syria, warning the Turkish government against undermining Syria's sovereignty.
China launched its second aircraft carrier Wednesday morning in a Dalian shipyard in Liaoning Province, northeast China.
Ten people have been arrested between Monday and Wednesday in France and Belgium in suspicious linkage to the terror attacks on Charlie Hebdo and a Kosher supermarket in 2015 in Paris, media reported on Wednesday.
Abbott World Marathon Majors inks major partnership deal with Wanda Group, aims to hold race in China2017-04-26 20:27
China's Wanda Group put pen to paper on a partnership deal with the Abbott World Marathon Majors (WMM) here on Wednesday, in an agreement that will see three major marathon events held in Asia within the next 10 years.
The UN Development Program (UNDP) has launched a partnership with the Chinese bike-sharing platform known as Ofo to raise public awareness about climate change, a UN spokesperson said Tuesday.
The White House on Tuesday set up a new website to showcase what U.S. President Donald Trump has accomplished in his first 100 days in office, highlighting his numberous executive and legislative actions as well as following up on his campaign promises.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday demanded the Russian navy to prioritize the development of strategic nuclear forces and modernize its weaponry.
The so-called "industry 4.0" is more evolution than revolution, according to chief of the Hanover Fair 2017, the world's leading industrial trade show, which runs from Monday to Friday.
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Tuesday urged the presidential hopefuls to rely on the domestic potentials in their programs for economic development, state IRIB TV reported.
Israel's political arena was stirred Tuesday by Netanyahu's threat to cancel talks with German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel over the visiting diplomat's plan to meet with groups critical of Israel's action in the West Bank.
The first Ancient Civilization Forum kicked off here on Monday as countries representing early civilizations across the world aim to pool their wisdom together to address today's problems and challenges with stronger cultural and economic ties.
Around one third of all U.S. millennials live with and rely financially on their parents, putting off adulthood milestones like marriage, having a child and home-buying, according to a new report from U.S. Census Bureau on Monday.
Striking the Syrian army on the pretext of its chemical attack against civilians without substantial evidence gives ultra radical groups a reason to stage future attacks to attract more strikes on Syrian forces, analysts say.
The lawyer for the passenger dragged off an United flight signaled on Monday that his client intends to file a lawsuit.
Selam Fantahun, an Ethiopian high school dropout, feels that her life's prospects have brightened up since she landed a job at a Chinese shoe factory in Addis Ababa four months ago.
Stocks in France and exchanges in European markets opened with rosy note on Monday after pro-market and Europe stance Emmanuel Macron's win in French election's first round offered a relief to investors who had feared radical candidates could win power.
A UN human rights official has said lack of accountability for crimes perpetrated during the violence in Wau town in South Sudan's northwest region remains one of the country's "biggest challenges."