A growing gap between rich and poor in Germany could sap social cohesion in Europe’s largest economy and most populous country, a government report warned Thursday.
A man with a car, a knife and murderous intent — the London attack shows the “new norm” of low-tech terror, experts say.
Sales of new US homes rose sharply in February, to their highest level in seven months, while the average price reached a new record, the Commerce Department reported Thursday.
New drugs for hard-to-treat tuberculosis strains may be fast rendered ineffective themselves if incorrectly used, a report warned Thursday, on the eve of World TB Day.
Israel arrested on Thursday a Jewish teenager accused of making dozens of anti-Semitic bomb threats in the United States and elsewhere, and one to a major airline, following a wide-ranging investigation involving the FBI.
Publicly-owned German rail operator Deutsche Bahn said Thursday it returned to profit in 2016 after its first loss in 12 years, vowing that it would push on with reform under a new boss.
US auto giant Ford said Thursday its first quarter earnings would come in well below analysts’ expectations, as it projected industry-wide US and Chinese car sales would decline in 2017.
Kenya, a pioneer in mobile money, on Thursday began selling the first ever government bonds via mobile phone, allowing anyone from teachers to shop owners to invest and fund infrastructure projects.
Banks rushed for a final round of cheap long-term loans from the European Central Bank, the Frankfurt institution said Thursday, as signs mount that the cost of money may soon rise.
Belgian police arrested a man on Thursday after he tried to drive into a crowd at high-speed in a shopping area in the port city of Antwerp, a police chief said.
Former Irish Republican Army commander turned peace negotiator Martin McGuinness was buried Thursday, his supporters giving him the funeral of an Irish chieftain.