Oman’s oil minister thinks President Donald Trump has given OPEC some undue flak. But echoing other Gulf ministers, Mohammed bin Hamad al-Rumhi stressed his desire to steer clear of political animosity with the American leader.
The U.S. Navy’s top officer will visit China beginning Sunday amid increasing frictions between the two countries’ militaries in the South China Sea.
The shutdown became one for the record books once the clock struck midnight and the partial government closure entered its 22nd day.
An 18-year-old Saudi woman who said she was abused by her family and feared for her life if deported back home left Thailand on Friday night for Canada, which has granted her asylum.
Federal investigators opened a probe into whether the president had been secretly working with Russia, The New York Times reported late Friday.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Chinese officials are not respecting the diplomatic immunity of one of the Canadians detained in China last month as he ramped up efforts to get them released.
Jose Munoz, widely considered as a close ally to Ghosn and a possible successor to lead the automaking partnership between Nissan and France’s Renault, had been a “person of interest” in Nissan’s widening internal investigation.
Jim Cramer flags some pain points in the U.S.-China trade war and tells investors how to gauge progress in the ongoing dispute.