The unrelenting build up of fuel in storage tanks portends another weak quarter for U.S. oil companies that were counting on American drivers hitting the road to revive earnings from refining operations.in 10 hours
Deep in their jungle hideout, hard-line FARC rebels are so worried about the peace process that some vow to prolong the world’s oldest armed conflict.
Police placed privacy shields in front of the Olympia-Einkaufszentrum shopping center on Saturday in Munich one day after a teenage German-Iranian gunman killed nine people and wounded more than a dozen there before killing himself. The rampage was the third bloody attack on civilians in Europe in just over a week. CHRISTOF STACHE/AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE/GETTY IMAGE
The Munich shooting started with a hacked Facebook post offering free food at McDonald’s and ended hours after the deaths of nine victims and the gunman as the attack set off fears of terrorism.in a day
The Justice Department unsealed charges in its largest-ever single criminal health-care fraud case, charging three individuals with improperly billing more than $1 billion to Medicare and Medicaid.380in 33 minutes
Turkey’s President Erdogan and his government issued the first decree since enacting a nationwide state of emergency earlier this week, targeting members of an alleged terrorist organization accused of coup-plotting.in 13 hours
As the Rio Olympics approach, worries are mounting about security, terrorism, and a global health epidemic. But the fear keeping U.S. swimming officials awake at night is the possibility that their star athletes won’t be able to get enough sleep.