Derek Gatopoulos, Associated Press | Posted Oct 21st - 8:31am
Bailout inspectors have returned to Greece to discuss more austerity measures and reforms, while the country's largest labor union made an international complaint against the government, arguing changes in the job market violated workers' human rights.
Lorne Cook, Associated Press | Posted Oct 21st - 8:01am
Prime Minister Theresa May signaled Friday that Britain is paving the way for trade talks with other countries well before it leaves the European Union but sought to reassure partners that this would not undermine the bloc's trade aims.
Mike Corder, Associated Press | Posted Oct 21st - 7:42am
The European Union failed to finalize a massive free trade deal with Canada by a self-imposed deadline on Friday, with the tiny Belgian region that's holding up the pact saying its objections had not been sufficiently addressed.
Michael R. Sisak, Associated Press | Posted Oct 21st - 7:33am
Six years after New Jersey Transit won federal approval to install modern safety technology on its commuter rail lines, the project has languished and trains still operate with speed controls developed in the 1950s.
Danica Kirka, Associated Press | Posted Oct 21st - 7:02am
British American Tobacco is offering to buy Reynolds American Inc. in a $47 billion deal that would create the world's largest publicly traded tobacco company and attempt to make up for a decline in smoking in the U.S. and Europe.
A spokesman's for Hungary's foreign ministry says U.S. concerns about press freedoms and media diversity after the suspension of an opposition newspaper are "without any foundation" and cannot be based on trustworthy information.