A group that campaigns for data protection rights in Europe says it's filed legal complaints against Google, Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp over the way they obtain users' consent under new EU privacy rules.
Russia's foreign minister says he has urged his Dutch counterpart to study facts presented by Moscow before rushing to blame Russia for the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17
New data and privacy rules take effect in Europe on Friday, clarifying rights that people have over how companies around the world collect and analyze personal data for targeted advertising and other tasks
Official figures have confirmed that the British economy barely grew in the first three months of the year, partly but not wholly because of the impact of a long protracted winter
Q&A: Why Trump is considering taxing imported autos as a national security threat
United Auto Workers President Dennis Williams cautiously backed the U.S. decision to explore raising tariffs on imported vehicles
Lebanon's president has formally asked caretake Prime Minister Saad Hariri to form a new Cabinet after the vast majority of legislators named him for the post
Europe looks for deeds, not words, from Italy's new populists as premier-designate gets to work
The U.N. chief says he is "deeply concerned" by the cancellation of the planned summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un.