MADRID/BARCELONA - The Spanish government will impose direct rule on Catalonia, in an unprecedented move that brought thousands of people who voted for independence onto the streets against what they called a "coup".
Business & Financial News, U.S & International Breaking News
Ramping up rhetoric, Turkey's Erdogan chastises U.S. over democracy
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan showed no retreat from a diplomatic row with the United States on Saturday, castigating Washington for what he said an "undemocratic" indictment against his security detail.
Bitcoin soars to record high above $6,000
Bitcoin surged to a record high of more than $6,000 on Friday, pushing its market capitalization to $100 billion at one point, as investors continued to bet on an asset that has a limited supply and has paved the way for a whole slew of crypto-currencies.
Trump: Raqqa fall 'critical breakthrough', end of Islamic State in sight
U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday hailed the defeat of Islamic State fighters in their self-proclaimed capital of Raqqa as "a critical breakthrough" in a worldwide campaign against the militants.
Plane by plane, New York greets Puerto Ricans displaced by hurricane
There were only a few minutes left before baggage carousel No. 4 jolted to life at John F. Kennedy International Airport, soon to be ringed with people coming from Puerto Rico on one-way tickets they never would have bought if not for the hurricane.
California judge tosses $417 million talc cancer verdict against Johnson & Johnson
A California judge on Friday threw out a $417 million verdict against Johnson & Johnson in a lawsuit by a woman who claimed she developed ovarian cancer after using its talc-based products like Johnson's Baby Powder for feminine hygiene.
Exp: Oct 17
Exp: Oct 17
Exp: Nov 17