The pilsner of choice in many bars around the world has gone flat in the country of its birth, outdone by Jupiler and changing tastes.
The European Union extended its asset freeze and travel ban against 146 Russian officials and pro-Moscow separatists in Ukraine for another six months amid continued conflict in the east of the country.
Presidential rerun is upended by the German-made adhesive on mail-in ballots, which has been failing, leaving investigators baffled; ‘half of Europe is laughing at us’
Islamic State terrorists now use a mix of encrypted chat apps, face-to-face meetings, written notes and misdirection, all of which leave few electronic clues for Western intelligence agencies.
A British artist with an eye for the ludicrous sought inspiration from an unusual residency program on a cargo ship. Now she’s trapped at sea.
New—and in many cases young—candidates calling for more self-determination for Hong Kong won seats in the first big elections since street protests two years ago, underscoring deepening political divisions.
North Korea fired three ballistic missiles into the sea, hours after South Korea’s president pleaded unsuccessfully with China’s leader to drop his opposition to Seoul’s plan for a U.S. missile defense shield.
With the Rio 2016 Paralympics less than a week away, funding for the Games is still being pieced together after local organizers urged for a taxpayer bailout to plug what they claim are last-minute holes in the budget.
A victory by the progovernment forces over the extremist group in Sirte won’t necessarily be enough to unite the fragmented country.
The EU’s competition chief ordered Ireland to recoup $14.5 billion in taxes from Apple. The effects will reverberate far more quickly than the slow-moving international talks under way to reduce aggressive corporate tax avoidance.
A suicide car bombing at the Chinese Embassy in Kyrgyzstan’s capital of Bishkek wounded five people and killed the lone attacker.
A new arsenal of unorthodox policy weapons is inspiring bankers to invent a new descriptive lexicon.
Mylan said it would launch a generic alternative to EpiPen at a 50% discount after being criticized for sharply raising the price of the lifesaving drug.
Nearly a third of U.S. counties look likely to have just a single insurer offering health plans on the ACA’s exchanges next year, according to a new analysis, an industry pullback that adds to the challenges facing the law.