WASHIHGTON (Reuters) - The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Monday proposed allowing automakers to offer a variety of sound choices for electric vehicles and other "quiet cars" to choose
Autostrade per l'Italia Chief Executive Giovanni Castellucci gestures during a news conference about the collapsed Morandi Bridge in Genoa, Italy August 18, 2018. REUTERS/Massimo Pinca ROME (Reuters) Giovanni
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Ford could build more than one model of electric car based on Volkswagen's (VOWG_p.DE) electric vehicle platform, Ford's Europe Chief Stuart Rowley told German daily Handelsblatt.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - United Nations Yemen envoy Martin Griffiths told the U.N. Security Council on Monday that it was "not entirely clear" who was behind Saturday's attack on Saudi oil facilities
PARIS (Reuters) - Lawyers in flowing black courtroom gowns, doctors in white coats and uniformed airline pilots marched through Paris on Monday to protest at French President Emmanuel Macron's pension
DETROIT (Reuters) - Negotiators for General Motors Co and the United Auto Workers resumed talks Monday at 10 a.m. EDT to resolve a strike that shut down the automaker's highly profitable U.S. operations.
(Reuters) - Health officials recorded no new cases of measles in the United States last week, marking the first week without new cases of the disease since the start of an outbreak largely linked to parents
OTTAWA (Reuters) - A top Canadian police officer charged with leaking secret information had access to intelligence from domestic and international allies, the head of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido is considering attending the United Nation's General Assembly in New York this month but has not yet reached a decision, the opposition to
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. and Chinese deputy trade negotiators are expected to meet on Friday, with senior negotiators likely to meet about a week and a half later, U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO Tom said
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Central Bank's interest rate cut and fresh bond purchases were needed to combat low inflation, Governing Council member Pierre Wunsch was quoted as saying on Monday in
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - United Nations aid chief Mark Lowcock said Saudi Arabia will pay $500 million to the world body next week to help fund its humanitarian response in Yemen, where a four-year-long
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Danish tax agency has demanded Nordea repay 900 million Danish crowns ($133 million) in relation to a dividend tax refund case. The demand is part of an ongoing dispute with Canada's
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Greg Ulmer, head of Lockheed Martin Corp's (LMT.N) F-35 fighter program, will temporarily lead the company's aeronautics division while its current chief, Michele Evans, undergoes
ANKARA (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin has discussed the situation in Syria's Idlib region with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, RIA news agency reported on Monday. The leaders of Turkey,
(Reuters) - A unit of JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) was fined $1.1 million by a U.S. regulator on Monday for being too slow to disclose 89 internal reviews or allegations of misconduct by financial advisers
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South African soldiers will patrol gang-ridden Cape Town streets for an extra six months after President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday extended their deployment to the end of March 2020.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is ready to leave hospital on Monday and continue his recovery at home after an operation to treat complications from a stab wound, a doctors'