U.S. oil refineries that are unable to sell a dirty fuel waste product at home are exporting vast quantities of it to India instead.
A federal judge has excused himself from the case of an Ohio man who admitted he plotted to kill military members in the U.S. Judge James Graham filed the notice of recusal in federal court Wednesday without explanation in the case of defendant Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud (ab-dee-RAH’-mahn shayk moh-HAH’-mud).
Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort has reached an $11 million bail agreement on Thursday with special counsel Robert Mueller’s office after being indicted in late October, court documents said.
The world’s biggest lithium-ion battery has plugged into an Australian state grid, delivering on a promise by Tesla Inc. chief executive Elon Musk.
A fired Florida Atlantic University professor who once said the Sandy Hook massacre was staged by the government to promote gun control appeared in court on Thursday, claiming he was unlawfully dismissed from his position.
University of Miami doctors faced a vexing ethical dilemma when paramedics wheeled an unconscious elderly man with a “Do Not Resuscitate” chest tattoo into emergency room, according to a case study published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Venezuela’s socialist government and its opposition will seek Friday to jumpstart negotiations on resolving the country’s economic and political crisis, pressured by international sanctions and a looming presidential election.
North Korea’s intercontinental ballistic missile fired this week could have the ability of reaching targets as far as 8,100 miles away putting Washington within reach, South Korean officials said Friday.
Authorities say 10 people have died in a fire in a mixed residential-office building in a northern Chinese port city where scores were killed in an explosion two years ago.
Pope Francis is ordaining 16 priests during a Mass in Bangladesh, the start of a busy day that will also bring him face-to-face with Rohingya Muslims refugees from Myanmar.
Japan reports its core inflation rate rose 0.8 percent in October, a slight increase from the month before, while the jobless rate remained steady at a very low 2.8 percent.
South Korea says the most powerful missile that North Korea tested this week missile is potentially capable of striking targets as far as 13,000 kilometers (8,100 miles), which would put Washington within reach.
Iran’s state TV is reporting a magnitude 6.1 earthquake has jolted a sparsely populated area in the country’s southeast.
Japan’s Emperor Akihito plans to abdicate on April 30, 2019, at age 85 in the first such abdication from the Chrysanthemum Throne in about 200 years, the government said Friday.
Jurors have found Jose Ines Garcia Zarate not guilty of killing Kate Steinle on Pier 14 in San Francisco in July 2015 in the trial that sparked a national debate over illegal immigration.
A model from New York City was reportedly found dead earlier this week in a small town on the island of Jamaica.
A Pennsylvania man whose nightly broadcast of taps through loudspeakers led to lawsuit threats and complaints from his neighbors played the recording for the last time Thursday night.
Myanmar civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi is visiting friendly neighbor China as international criticism over Myanmar’s persecution of Rohingya Muslims grows.
President Trump exhorted Senate Republican leaders, including the chairman of the Senate intelligence committee, to bring its investigation into Russian activities during last year’s election to a swift conclusion, The New York Times reported late Thursday.
The illegal immigrant accused of murdering Kate Steinle in July 2015 on a pier in San Francisco was found not guilty on Thursday night.