A former employee of a political data-mining firm that obtained information from Facebook users without their consent has agreed to be interviewed by Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee.
A Greek supreme court prosecutor has called for the retrial of the country's former statistics chief, convicted a year ago for alleged breach of duty in a highly politicized case
After steep losses a day ago, US stock indexes are mostly higher as retailers rise, energy companies climb with oil prices and banks move up with interest rates
Peter G. Peterson, an executive and philanthropist who argued passionately that the U.S. must reduce its national debt, dies of natural causes at age 91
Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday reassured Ireland that it can rely on Germany in Brexit talks as the EU and Britain struggle to find a way to maintain an open border after Britain's departure
Orbitz says a legacy site may have been hacked, possibly exposing the personal information of people who made certain purchases between Jan. 1, 2016 and Dec. 22, 2017
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman visits the White House, says the US and Saudi Arabia can tackle "a lot of things" together in the future.
Germany expressed doubt on Tuesday about whether the European Union will be exempt from U.S. President Donald Trump's potentially damaging steel and aluminum tariffs, as the bloc's top trade official headed to Washington for last-ditch talks