WASHINGTON—President Trump’s Middle East peace plan, to be formally unveiled Tuesday, is a detailed blueprint of more than 50 pages that outlines his administration’s ideas about how to resolve core issues
Jailed drug company founder Martin Shkreli and an associate violated competition laws by working to block rivals from introducing generic forms of an anti-parasite drug, the Federal Trade Commission and
As Manhattan prosecutors began calling to the stand five women who have alleged sexual misconduct by Harvey Weinstein, they have primed jurors to set aside preconceived notions about sexual-assault victims
Arconic Inc. said it expected to lose $400 million in sales and could cut jobs this year as a result of Boeing Co.’s halted production of the 737 MAX. However, shares of the supplier rose 5.4% to $30.67
WASHINGTON—A divided Supreme Court allowed the Trump administration to begin implementing rules that make it easier for the government to deny limited-income immigrants residency or admission to the U.S.
SHANGHAI—Hundreds of Americans were preparing to fly out of Wuhan, bound for California, as fears grew at the epicenter of China’s health crisis. But more U.S. citizens aren’t leaving, having failed to
The helicopter that chauffeured Kobe Bryant from his Orange County home to the Los Angeles area departed Santa Ana-John Wayne Airport shortly after 9 a.m. on a foggy Sunday morning with nine people aboard.
“I WAS LOOKING very serious indeed,” recalled Rose Byrne of the moment she popped onto the American movie scene in 2002, standing—however briefly—beside Natalie Portman in “Star Wars: Episode II—Attack
The operator of the Village Inn and Bakers Square restaurant chains has filed for bankruptcy after years of losses as it faces ongoing pressure from new casual dining brands and larger competitors. Restaurant
U.S. authorities want to speak to Prince Andrew about the Jeffrey Epstein sex-trafficking case but have received “zero cooperation” from the British royal, the Manhattan U.S. attorney said Monday. Prosecutors
A U.S. military aircraft with at least two American service members on board crashed into Taliban-controlled Afghan territory on Monday, defense officials said, posing a complicated search and recovery
ROME—Long before he became a legend, Kobe Bryant was playing basketball in Italy, a country he regarded as his second home. Mr. Bryant, who spent much of his childhood in Italy and learned to play basketball
High-frequency traders earn nearly $5 billion on global stock markets a year by taking advantage of slightly out-of-date prices, imposing a small but significant tax on investors, a new study says. The
SEATTLE—Minutes into a rehearsal of Mozart’s overture to “The Magic Flute” one recent evening, Amazon software development engineer Hsing-Hui Hsu waved her arms from the box she stood on. The music inside
After another flare-up of public protests, the Iranian establishment is working to mend internal rifts that have broken into the open as it faces greater pressure than at any point since the 1979 Islamic
The deportation of an Iranian student who held a valid visa to study in Boston last week has cast further scrutiny on the practices of immigration authorities, including vetting of travelers of Iranian
THE CLIP IS CHILLING. Stephen King couldn’t have crafted a more skin-tingling scene. I am talking about the recent viral video of an airline passenger using their bare big toe to swipe across their personal
WASHINGTON—Chances of the Senate impeachment trial hearing new testimony appeared to mount on Monday in the wake of new allegations about President Trump’s motivation for freezing aid to Ukraine, as the
BEIJING—The mayor of Wuhan, the city at the epicenter of China’s viral outbreak, said rules imposed by Beijing limited what he could disclose about the threat posed by the pathogen, suggesting the central
Sprint Corp. lost 115,000 postpaid phone connections in the final three months of 2019, as the company pulled back on promotions and the company’s merger with larger rival T-Mobile US Inc. remained unresolved.
The Trump administration’s bid to replace Venezuela’s authoritarian leader Nicolás Maduro hit a roadblock after a meeting with Russian officials in Rome last year—and has never recovered. U.S. envoy Elliott
With the leadoff Iowa caucuses days away, President Trump’s re-election campaign wants to remind voters that Democrats aren’t the only game in town. For the Feb. 3 caucuses, the Trump campaign is planning
New York officials railed against “double taxation” after the U.S. Congress tax overhaul limited how much residents could deduct in state and local taxes from their federal tax bill. But that didn’t stop
In a city with as many dining and drinking options as New York, it shouldn’t be a challenge to find a suitable way to celebrate your birthday. But what about celebrating without having to dig deep into