Global business tycoons and politicians from 48 countries committed to ending human trafficking, forced labour and modern slavery on Friday at a landmark gathering of high-profile leaders in the Australian city of Perth.
Last week, US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer formally initiated an investigation into China’s policies and practices on intellectual property rights. The allegations underlying the inves ... Read more
Austria's interior minister argues there is no need for national borders within the EU, yet Austria has already placed soldiers on roads and railway stations near the frontier with Italy to police all ... Read more
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin flew to Kentucky with his wife and viewed the solar eclipse atop $200 billion of gold at the Fort Knox US Bullion Depository Kentucky, it was revealed Thursday. The w ... Read more
Australia's prime minister confirmed Friday that his predecessor and intra-party rival Tony Abbott had once been too drunk to vote in Parliament, an incident that's been a poorly kept secret in politi ... Read more
White House proclaims new rules to limit Trump’s damaging speeches and tweets — but he keeps talking and tweeting Developments on Day 217 of the Trump Administration: See also Podcast: Tru ... Read more
The San Gabriel Mountains National Monument, as well as others ordered reviewed by President Donald Trump, will not be eliminated, but many should be reduced in size, according to documents released ... Read more
Brazilian President Michel Temer has abolished an Amazonian reserve bigger than Taiwan, prompting concerns of an influx of mineral companies, road-builders and workers into the species-rich forest. Th ... Read more