MANILA - Contradicting his own stand, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte hit out at the U.S., saying he did not start a fight with Washington and it could forget about a military agreement between both countries if he were to be in power longer.
NEW YORK AT&T Inc shareholders who have profited for most of 2016 from owning a major telecommunications provider with a strong dividend yield are now tied to a controversial media acquisition that comes with new growth potential but also fresh risks.
QUETTA, Pakistan At least 59 people were killed and more than 100 wounded when gunmen wearing suicide vests stormed a Pakistani police training academy in the southwestern city of Quetta and took hostages, government officials said on Tuesday.
BEIRUT The United Nations has abandoned plans to evacuate patients from besieged rebel-held east Aleppo which it had hoped to accomplish during a three day lull in fighting last week, blaming all parties to the conflict for obstructing efforts.
TOKYO The U.S. Navy destroyer that sailed near Chinese-claimed islands in the South China Sea last week was under orders from the Third Fleet headquarters in San Diego, a first aimed at bolstering U.S. maritime power in the region, two sources said.
CARACAS/SAN CRISTOBAL, Venezuela Leaders of Venezuela's opposition coalition publicly argued on Monday as its major factions turned against a surprise plan to hold talks with the unpopular government of President Nicolas Maduro.
NEW YORK Artificial intelligence programs have beaten chess masters and TV quiz show champions. Next up: stock market cheats.