Trump slams impeachment, lauds US economy at Davos forum
President Donald Trump says he'll hold a news conference before he leaves Switzerland to return to Washington and his impeachment trial in the Senate.
France to put on hold digital tax plan, meet with US
Hopes are rising that a breakthrough in discussions on how to tax digital companies will emerge at the World Economic Forum on Wednesday.
The Latest: Trump and WTO chief to discuss global trade
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says Russia has the responsibility to halt the Syrian government's attacks a day after airstrikes on rebel-held parts of northwestern Syria killed at least 17 people.
California considers declaring common pain killer carcinogen
California is considering whether to label one of the United States' most common drugs a carcinogen.
Supreme Court rejects fast-track review of health care suit
The Supreme Court is refusing to consider a fast-track review of a lawsuit that threatens the Obama-era health care law.
China virus outbreak may wallop economy, financial markets
News that a new coronavirus that has afflicted hundreds of people in central China can spread between humans has rattled financial markets and raised concern it might wallop the economy just as it appears to be regaining momentum.
GM's Cruise heads down new road with new robotaxi concept
General Motors' self-driving car company will attempt to deliver on its long-running promise to provide a more environmentally friendly ride-hailing service in an unorthodox vehicle designed to eliminate the need for human operators to transport people around crowded cities.
Stocks mostly recover on hope for handling of Chinese virus
Shares have advanced in Asia after a slide in U.S. stocks overnight as a virus outbreak in China rattled global markets.
Boeing doesn't expect Max jet to be cleared until summer
Boeing doesn't expect federal regulators to approve updates to its grounded 737 Max until this summer.
Allegations bite into business of 'Africa's richest woman'
Portuguese bank EuroBic says it will stop doing business with companies and people linked to its main shareholder Isabel dos Santos after an investigation accused her of murky dealings.
NJ is 1st state to mandate severance pay for mass layoffs
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy's office says his state has become the first in the nation to guarantee severance pay for mass layoffs.
Johnson & Johnson posts higher sales, big 4Q profit jump
Higher prescription drug sales helped push Johnson & Johnson's fourth-quarter profit up by 32%.
Netflix holds its own in the streaming wars - for now
Netflix added 8.8 million worldwide subscribers during its fourth quarter, surpassing expectations at a time when it faces heated competition from new streaming challengers.
Automaker Daimler sees full-year earnings sag by half
The maker of Mercedes-Benz luxury cars says its earnings fell by about half last year.
Bosnian protesters hold anti-pollution protest in Sarajevo
Dozens of people have gathered for a protest in Sarajevo because of dangerously high levels of air pollution in the Bosnian capital in the past few weeks.
Spain declares climate emergency, gets climate plan ready
Spain’s new government has declared a national climate emergency, taking a formal first step toward enacting ambitious measures to fight climate change.
Cyprus: Turkey may have stolen data for latest gas drilling
A Cypriot official says Turkey may have stolen technical data that enabled it send a drill ship at a specific location south of Cyprus where energy companies Eni and Total had pre-selected to carry out their own exploratory drilling.
UK lays out tough child data privacy rules
Tough new rules drawn up by Britain's privacy regulator mean social media sites, games and other online services won’t be allowed to “nudge” kids into revealing personal details or lowering their privacy settings.
Google CEO calls for regulation of artificial intelligence
Google’s chief executive is calling for a balanced approach to regulating artificial intelligence.
Putin names new Cabinet as key members of Russian govt stay
Russian President Vladimir Putin has formed his new Cabinet, replacing many of its members but keeping his foreign, defense and finance ministers in place.