Argentina’s ruling coalition was defeated in the country’s midterm elections on Sunday, and it’s poised to lose its Senate majority in a setback for the government at a time it faces a wrecked economy.
It’s a strange time for the relationship between Republicans and big business.Important figures in a party that usually toes the pro-business line are instead throwing jabs at the corporate world. The critics include several potential 2024...
Consumer prices rose at the fastest rate in more than a decade as the recovering U.S. economy pushes inflation higher, according to data released Wednesday by the Labor DepartmentThe consumer price ind...
Estimates for holiday sales show an increase of 4 to 5.5 percent over 2013. But so far, it's too early to see if the retail figures are worth celebrating this year. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" to go over the numbers.
Rather than presenting a glitzy production, the four-hour Opening Ceremony of the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games contemplated how, especially in the wake of a global pandemic, the sway of sport can keep us connected, writes Amy Bass.
Former Bolivian interim President Jeanine Áñez was arrested on Saturday after the country's Attorney General's Office issued arrest warrants the previous day against Áñez and five ministers from her former cabinet.
The Biden Administration and the U.S. military are sticking to old playbooks instead of understanding a new situation.
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A consortium led by Aguila Energia has placed the highest bid for Brazilian state-run oil company Petrobras' Bahia onshore fields, offering over $1.5 billion, according to two sources with knowledge of the situation.
South Korean e-commerce giant Coupang Inc. priced its initial public offering above a targeted range to raise $4.2 billion based on the planned size of the share sale, according to a person familiar with the matter.
A dismal performance by Democratic candidates in New Jersey and Virginia is sparking a sense of panic among Democrats who now view their Senate and House majorities as in serious peril in the 2022 midterm elections....
Crown Resorts Ltd. will be placed under strict government supervision for the next two years after being found unfit to hold its Melbourne casino license following an inquiry that uncovered a litany of wrongdoing.
U.S.-based Bechtel Corp. and other international firms are pursuing billions of dollars in unpaid bills from Saudi Arabia’s government for work done on the Riyadh metro project, according to five people familiar with the matter.
The White House on Tuesday downplayed any personal rift between President Biden and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) as some progressive Democrats ramped up their criticisms of the moderate senator after he voiced opposition to...
Police in Georgia were forced to eject dozens of people from Parliament after journalists and opposition lawmakers tried to force their way into the lower house in protest of a news cameraman's death, according to agency video footage and reports.
Dean Obeidallah writes about the contrast between President Joe Biden's treatment of Olympians -- categorically celebrating their victories -- with former President Donald Trump, who's approval depends on whether the winner aligns with him politically.
Pakistan International Airlines Corp. will lay off half of its 14,000 employees, replace some of its fleet and permanently close loss-making routes in a bid to become profitable for the first time in more than a decade.
Northeastern states are bracing for a new blast of winter weather. Parts of New England saw blizzard conditions Monday, which created slick roads for commuters. The new storm will dump snow and rain stretching from Washington, D.C., to Maine. Don Dahler repor…
A Black teenager in Fairfield, Connecticut, was the target of a racist Snapchat post allegedly made by a classmate earlier this month, according to the teen's mother and the Fairfield Police Department.