The week ahead: Brexit on the mind...
The week ahead: Brexit on the mind
Brexit will be closely watched as UK prime minister, Theresa May, fights not just for her EU divorce deal, but also for her political life, while the U.S. could be thankful this holiday for data expected to show an economy in the very best of health. Pascale Davies reports.
Home is best for new breed of Nigerian tour operators
Entrepreneurs in Nigeria want to make their country as appealing as other African hotspots like Kenya and Tanzania. Saskia O'Donoghue reports
With 'my wife,' Justin Bieber confirms marriage to Hailey Baldwin
The Arizona-born model has also changed her name on Instagram to Hailey Bieber. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Malta journalist murder masterminds "identified"
A Maltese newspaper reports that the masterminds behind the killing of anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia have been identified.
INSIGHT: Greenpeace boards palm oil tanker
Activists from Greenpeace boarded a tanker carrying palm oil to Europe on Saturday.
Malta police identify suspected journalist murder masterminds
A Maltese newspaper reports that the masterminds behind the killing of anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia have been identified. David Doyle reports
Blinds harness the sun's energy to double as solar panels
Ukrainian firm makes solar panel window blinds that give millions of people living in apartments access to solar power. Roselle Chen reports.
White House fails to back CIA on Khashoggi death
The Trump administration said it had not reached a final conclusion on whether Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi despite the CIA's belief that is the case.
Trump tours fire-ravaged California
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday the wildfire devastation in Paradise, California -- the site of the state's deadliest wildfire -- was "very sad" and that his administration is working to assess how to prevent such disasters from happening again.
Trump tours fire-ravaged California
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday the wildfire devastation in Paradise, California -- the site of the state's deadliest wildfire -- was "very sad" and that his administration is working to assess how to prevent such disasters from happening again. Gavino Garay reports.
California Camp Fire devastation 'very sad': Trump
U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday toured the wildfire devastation in Paradise, California -- the site of that state's deadliest wildfire -- and said his administration is working to assess how to prevent such disasters from happening again. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Argentine sub found a year after disappearing
The Argentine Navy submarine that went missing a year ago off the country's Atlantic Coast was found by a private company involved in what had been a massive search for the vessel and its 44-member crew, the defense ministry said in a news conference on Saturday.
Greek police and protesters clash in central Athens
Greek police clashed with young protesters in central Athens on Saturday after thousands marched to mark the anniversary of a violently quashed student uprising in 1973 that helped topple the military junta. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
Venezuela turns to urban ranching during crisis
A socialist commune in Venezuela has irked its neighbors after turning a backyard in a wealthy neighborhood into an urban cattle pasture and slaughterhouse in order to sell below market-rate meat during a crippling economic recession.
Incinerated town believed itself ready for fires
The town of Paradise, California had a model fire evacuation protocol developed after a previous wildfire. But the best laid plans proved no match for the Camp fire, which burned with a ferocity none in Paradise foresaw.
VERBATIM: Waiting for CIA update on Khashoggi killing
President Trump said he has not yet been briefed on whether the CIA believes Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul, despite media reports the CIA has reached that conclusion.
INSIGHT: Glacier gets climate change postcard
125,000 postcards with messages against climate change and sent by young people from all over the world have been assembled around 3,400 meters up on the Jungfraufirn, the upper reaches of the Aletsch glacier, creating what organisers say is the world's largest postcard. Switzerland's Aletsch glacier is western Europe's largest expanse of ice, but Swiss scientists say it's receding at an unprecedented pace, losing up to 12 meters (13 yards) of ice a year.
Protesters paralyze French roads over fuel hikes
French protesters from the 'yellow vest' movement have blocked roads and fuel depots in anger over fuel-tax hikes.
'We the Animals' leads Spirit Award nominations
The film about three biracial brothers gets five nods, while Glenn Close, Joaquin Phoenix and others are up for gongs at the Independent Spirit Awards, the annual honors given to Hollywood's lower-budget movies. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Khashoggi family receives condolences in Jeddah
The family of murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi received condolences from hundreds of mourners in the Saudi city of Jeddah. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
Crooner Michael Buble receives star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Crooner Michael Buble has received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Rough Cut. No Reporter Narration.
Abrams admits defeat in Georgia governor's race
Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams said on Friday that her Republican opponent Brian Kemp would be officially declared the victor in the race, but she said her announcement was not a concession because that would acknowledge "an action as right." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Facebook hits 20-month low on regulation jitters
Shares of Facebook tumbled further into bear market territory Friday as investors grew more concerned about the increasing prospect of profit-eating regulations out of Washington.
PG&E shares jump as regulator eases bankruptcy fears
Shares of embattled utility PG&E Corp jumped as fears it could be bankrupted by the fallout of California's deadly wildfires were eased by support from a regulator. Fred Katayama reports.
Smoke from wildfires pollutes San Francisco's air
Smoke from California's deadly Camp Fire is polluting the air in San Francisco on Thursday. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
U.S. recession 12-18 months away, says Guggenheim's Minerd
Guggenheim Managing Partner Scott Minerd explains why he thinks the U.S. is heading for a recession and how investors should position their portfolios.
U.S. economy to grow 2-2.5% in 2019, says PIMCO's Fels
PIMCO Global Economic Advisor Joachim Fels says look for growth in the U.S. to slow in 2019 and the possibility of a recession in 2020. He spoke with us as part of the Reuters Global Investment Outlook Summit.
China growth will slow sharply as 2019 begins, says TCW's Foley
TCW Portfolio Manager Penny Foley expects economic output in China to slow considerably to start next year. She discusses her forecast for emerging markets as part of the Reuters Global Investment Outlook Summit
U.S. economy should continue growing until 2021, says Wien
Blackstone Private Solutions Group Vice Chairman Byron Wien says he doesn't expect to see the U.S. fall into a recession until 2021 at the earliest. He also expects corporate profits to grow 5-10% in 2019. He spoke with us as part of the Reuters Global Investment Outlook Summit.
Dow, S&P gain; Nasdaq dips
Wall Street closed mostly higher on Friday after President Donald Trump said the United States may not have to impose further tariffs on Chinese goods. Fred Katayama reports.