WASHINGTON - Republican voters in Arizona and Florida are expected to pick Senators John McCain and Marco Rubio as their respective Senate nominees when they go to the polls today, but one name not on either ballot, Donald Trump, looms large.
WASHINGTON When President Barack Obama travels to Asia next week, he will try to reassure leaders in the region that he still has the clout to deliver U.S. approval for the sweeping Trans-Pacific Partnership, even though the two candidates vying to succeed him and a congressional leader have said the 12-nation trade deal should not move forward.
Two of journalism’s most radical figures are now silenced, or shunned. Nick Denton, the Brit whose Gawker website has whipped away the lace curtains that covered (mainly) sexual privacy since 2002, has been bankrupted by vengeful and wealthy men.
DUBLIN/BRUSSELS The European Commission will rule against Ireland's tax dealings with Apple Inc on Tuesday, sources familiar with the decision told Reuters, likely resulting in a multi-billion dollar tax bill for the U.S.-based tech company.
PARIS Current Transatlantic trade talks should be halted and a new set started, France's trade minister said on Tuesday, adding his voice to German calls for an end to the negotiations.
LOS ANGELES Gene Wilder, whose wild curls and startling blue eyes brought a frantic air to roles in the movies "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory," "Young Frankenstein" and "Blazing Saddles," died on Monday at the age of 83, his family said.
Fox News Network LLC on Monday said anchor Andrea Tantaros was an "opportunist" who made sexual harassment claims against former chairman Roger Ailes only after she was taken off the air for writing a book without permission.