The U.S. sees a list of demands put forward late last week from Saudi Arabia and other governments to Qatar as a starting point for discussions to end a three-week standoff, though some conditions will be difficult to meet, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Sunday.
The Wall Street Journal: U.S. sees demands on Qatar as starting point to end crisis
U. K. authorities raised to 60 the number of residential towers in England that have failed fire-safety checks triggered by the lethal blaze in a London high-rise earlier this month, as concerns grew over the safety of residents in social housing
The Wall Street Journal: At least 60 U.K. high-rises with cladding fail fire-safety checks
Several Republican senators on Sunday expressed reluctance to support their party’s latest health-care bill, adding to the uncertainty about whether some form of the legislation would be able to pass the chamber soon.
The Wall Street Journal: Support for health-care bill still lacking as GOP senators express wariness
Billionaire tycoons Charles and David Koch are unhappy with the Senate's healthcare bill which may be voted on this week, officials who work for the brothers' political apparatus said. They were staunchly opposed to the House of Representatives' version of the bill as well — called the American Health Care Act — and promised millions in campaign donations to Republicans who helped
Billionaire Koch brothers promised millions to Republicans who helped sink 'Trumpcare' — and they don't like the Senate version either
GUEST: It used to be that Silicon Valley was the only place to grow a high-powered career in tech. But that’s no longer true. These days, developers have options outside of that narrow strip of land between San Francisco and San Jose. In the past 10 years, the international tech scene has grown to the point that developers can find a home in Tel Aviv, Toronto, Amsterdam, or Berlin
3 reasons Southeast Asia is a great place for developers
Elon Musk’s SpaceX on Sunday will seek to complete a two-day, bicoastal demonstration of launch capability, completing its second unmanned mission since Friday.
SpaceX Seeks to Execute Back-to-Back Launches in Roughly 48 Hours
Talk show legend Phil Donahue says America's problem is "hypocrisy."
Phil Donahue: 'Hypocrisy is killing us'
House Republicans are proposing eliminating the deduction that companies get for interest they pay on debt, a move that would alter modern finance. Yet the plan has gotten relatively little public attention or lobbying pressure.
The $1.5 Trillion Business Tax Change Flying Under the Radar
In a new interview, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank explained the comments he made that ignited a firestorm earlier this year after they were widely seen as praising President Donald Trump. "It was unfortunate that my words got characterized in a way that were meant to be divisive in some way, shape, or form," Plank told Willie Geist on NBC's Sunday Today Show. Plank stopped short of
UNDER ARMOUR CEO: It was 'unfortunate' that my words seen as praise of Trump were 'divisive' (UA)
Half of same-sex cohabiting couples are now married.
Two years after Supreme Court ruling, more than 1 million LGBT Americans are now married
President Donald Trump seemed to confirm reports that he called the House of Representatives' healthcare bill "mean" during a "Fox & Friends" interview that aired Sunday morning. The Associated Press, citing anonymous congressional sources, reported earlier this month that Trump called the House's version of the bill "mean" during a meeting with Republican senators, asking the
Trump confirms he called the Republicans' healthcare bill 'mean'
White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Sunday dismissed criticism of the Trump administration's increasing lack of on-camera press briefings. Asked about CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta's criticism of the reduced number of daily televised press briefings, Spicer told Fox News that the White House was holding hand-recorded or audio-only briefings because some reporters
'Some of these reporters are more interested in their YouTube clips': Sean Spicer responds to criticism over off-camera press briefings
Ford's GT supercar was revealed at the Detroit auto show in 2015 and, a little over a year later, the racing version won the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans and notched a second in the 2017 race. That meant that the race car and the road car had to be developed at the same time. And unlike the GT's on-track competition in the IMSA WeatherTech series in North America and the World Enduranc
Check out all the coolest features on the $400,000 Ford GT supercar (F)
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has as been the source of much international scrutiny. Lately, he's been in the news because of his regime's growing nuclear weapons capabilities and the case of American student Otto Warmbier, who died just days after he was released from a DPRK prison. Information about life inside "Hermit Kingdom" is somewhat scarce, as are details about the dai