Protesters block roads, plan marches against rise in fuel prices, amid state of emergency.
Shares fell 3.9 percent on Tuesday, ending below their 200-day moving average for the first time since March.
An 82-year-old Black woman who became a civil rights pioneer when she was arrested for refusing to move to the back of an Alabama
A Brazilian Senate committee will vote Tuesday on a report recommending President Jair Bolsonaro face a series of criminal indictments for actions that allegedly
Sudan's top general, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, defended the army's seizure of power, saying on Tuesday he had ousted the transitional government of Prime Minister
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has overhauled his Cabinet and named prominent women to the foreign affairs and defense posts in the gender-balanced group of the government’s top officials
Iraqi security officials say at least 11 civilians have been killed and several wounded in an attack by gunmen of the Islamic State extremist group on a village northeast of Baghdad
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose to a third straight record high Tuesday, while Alphabet and Microsoft both reported better-than-expected earnings after the bell.
A Manitoba, Canada, athlete broke a Guinness World Record when he lifted a total of nearly 13,000 pounds over one hour while doing Turkish get-ups.
Undergraduate college enrollment fell 6.5% this year compared to fall 2019, the largest two-year decline in half a century, according to an analysis released Tuesday.
Clinton, 75, was admitted to UC Irvine Medical Center on Tuesday after feeling fatigued.
Monument removals and a replica of the Templo Mayor pyramid infuriated critics, but can Mexico's populist government spark an Indigenous cultural renaissance?
The popularity of "Squid Game" is inseparable from South Korea's very real crisis of mounting household debt, gaping inequality and a weak social safety net.