Friday, September 19, 2014
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is suffering from a rare and difficult cancer that will require aggressive chemotherapy, his doctor said Wednesday.
Boko Haram militants are in charge of at least 25 towns and
Britain's newspapers declared Thursday a “day of destiny” in dramatic front pages streaked with blue, white and red as Scotland votes on whether to split from the United Kingdom.
Breaking up is hard to do, especially after 307 years. The entire United Kingdom will find out just how hard if Scotland chooses independence in Thursday's vote.
Scottish independence referendum activists hit the misty streets of Aberdeen on Wednesday on the final day of campaigning, setting up rival tents and stalls on the corner of Union Street and trying to engage with passing shoppers.
On the eve of Scotland's historic independence referendum, U.S. President Barack Obama issued a plea for Washington's key ally Britain to remain “strong, robust and united.”
As Scots prepare to vote for or against independence, the Loch Ness monster's thoughts remain typically shrouded in mystery and there are fears he may have already made up his mind.
Record-low interest rates will be around for at least a few more months, the U.S. Federal Reserve made clear Wednesday.
Warner Brothers, the fabled Hollywood studios, plans to eliminate as many as 1,000 jobs, which would be more than 10 percent of its workforce, industry journal Variety reported Wednesday.
British no-frills airline easyJet said on Thursday it had finalized a deal to buy 27 single-aisle A320 jets worth US$2.05 billion at list prices from European aircraft maker Airbus.