Demand growth in the oil markets will be more subdued than previously expected, according to the International Energy Agency.
Technology is drastically narrowing the global labor market, the World Bank's chief economist told CNBC at the World Economic Forum in Tianjin.
One of the world’s best-known billionaires got involved in the Scottish independence debate, as the small state shifts to the top of the agenda.
The US and EU plan to stop billions of dollars in oil exploration in Russia by energy companies including Exxon Mobil and BP.
Travelers journeying to Tokyo this September might be a little shocked to find out what is on offer.
The judge in Oscar Pistorius' trial on murder and firearms charges pronounces her verdict on Thursday, the NYT reports.
This was the speech President Barack Obama never thought he'd have to give.
Consultants are the biggest winners in an election cycle that's seeing record spending.
At issue is whether the NFL was aware of the video.
The retiring senator from Michigan has been a relentless investigator.
The Obama administration says the campaign is covered by the existing authorization to use military force against the perpetrators of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks — that is, Al Qaeda.
Social media reacts to the spat between the former press secretary and senator.
The NFL says Robert Mueller III will have access.
Microsoft's potential purchase of Mojang could be the winning ticket to expanding its mobile business, analysts said.
Worried about the midterms, Democrats want the president to hold off on unilateral action.
Timothy Ray Jones Jr., who stands accused of killing his five children, has emerged as a tragically paradoxical figure.
He says he questions the constitutionality of president's strategy.
The lingering issue, as officials acknowledge, is that Washington cannot bomb its way out.