Hundreds of African and Middle Eastern migrants are fleeing northward into Canada in fear of Trump's immigration crackdown. Many are arriving on foot in the dead of night across a lightly guarded border crossing in a small Manitoba town called Emerson.
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GENEVA/KUALA LUMPUR South Korea called for "collective measures" to punish North Korea for using chemical weapons to kill the estranged half-brother of its leader Kim Jong Un, as Malaysia said on Tuesday it would charge two women with murder over the airport attack.
WASHINGTON U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Tuesday that the federal government should stop spending money to sue local police departments, signaling a sharp departure from the previous administration's policy toward law enforcement exhibiting patterns of racism or excessive force.
DUBAI/LONDON Saudi Arabia wants crude oil prices to rise to around $60 a barrel this year, five sources from OPEC countries and the oil industry said.
CALGARY, Alberta TransCanada Corp has suspended a $15 billion suit filed against the United States over the Keystone XL pipeline after U.S. President Donald Trump approved the project last month.
Target Corp's full-year profit forecast fell far below market expectations as the retailer said it would take a $1 billion hit to margins in efforts to ramp up its online presence and cut prices to stay relevant amid fierce competition.
SEOUL South Korean prosecutors charged Samsung Group [SARG.UL] chief Jay Y. Lee with bribery and embezzlement on Tuesday as the top conglomerate announced the dismantling of its corporate strategy office, the latest developments in a graft scandal that has rocked the country.