Never has there been a greater coalition of the establishment than that assembled by Prime Minister David Cameron for his referendum campaign to keep the U.K. in the European Union.
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European stocks were little changed a day after signs that the U.K. may vote to remain in the European Union spurred their greatest one-day gain since August.
Global stocks soared and sterling surged after weekend polls suggested the U.K. was more likely to vote to remain in the European Union in Thursday’s referendum.
The NBA’s drama-filled Finals heads into a decisive seventh game on Sunday, as Cleveland’s Cavaliers aim for the league’s greatest Finals comeback and the Golden State Warriors try to wrap up their second-straight title.
Stocks and oil prices rebounded after Wall Street snapped a five-session losing streak, while haven assets such as gold and government bonds pulled back from recent highs
A selloff in global stocks deepened as uncertainty about coming central bank meetings, the global economy and next week’s U.K. referendum continued to encourage investors to seek safer assets.
A gunman opened fire at a nightclub in central Florida, and multiple people have been wounded, police said, telling people to stay away from the area.
Singer died after she was shot while signing autographs for fans following a show at an Orlando concert venue.
Volkswagen has agreed to pay more than $10 billion to settle claims from U.S. owners of diesel-powered vehicles affected by the German auto maker’s emissions-cheating scandal.
Tesla Motors investors dumped shares a day after the company unveiled a takeover offer for SolarCity fueling doubts over Elon Musk’s plan to combine the electric-car and solar-energy companies he backs.
Facebook is paying an array of media companies and celebrities to create videos for its live-streaming service and has signed nearly 140 contracts totaling more than $50 million, according to a document reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.
Stocks, bonds and currencies from Sydney to Toronto reacted furiously Monday after polls tilted toward a British vote to remain in the European Union, swings that portend further volatility in the days ahead.
Politicians and bankers have said a U.K. exit from the European Union will cripple London’s financial sector, but the warnings have failed to garner sympathy in the hearts of some Britons.
To stop future terrorist attacks, we need solutions from all sides: better security and surveillance at home, a vigorous fight abroad and the support of Muslim moderates everywhere.
Global stocks advanced for the first time this week, pausing a steep selloff as investors shifted their focus to the Federal Reserve.
Global stocks tumbled, while the yen rose to multiyear highs against the euro and British pound as concerns mounted over a U.K. referendum on European Union membership next week.
Violence broke out between fans of England and Russia in the closing minutes of the teams’ Euro 2016 match in Marseille, France. The match would end in a draw.
Central banks are having a difficult time in their efforts to stimulate slumping economies—even as interest rates plunge to fresh lows.
Britain’s vote to leave the European Union battered the British pound and sent stock markets in Europe, the U.S. and Asia tumbling. Seeking safety, investors bought gold and U.S. government bonds.
John Rhys-Davies, who played warrior dwarf Gimli in “The Lord of the Rings” movies, is battling Parliament for the right to vote on EU membership. He is one of thousands of British expats who can’t.
Elon Musk proposed combining his electric-car and solar-energy companies, in a bold effort to consolidate his holdings and offer widespread clean-energy products from vehicles to power in homes.
The giant Panama Canal expansion opens June 26 amid much fanfare and one of the worst shipping industry slumps ever. While it won’t do anything to help the dire state of the industry near-term, the changes are critical to Western trade in the long run.
The Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Golden State Warriors, 93-89, in Game 7 of the NBA Finals for the first title in franchise history. The victory ended a drought for the city of Cleveland, which hadn’t enjoyed a major sports title in more than 50 years.
Russia’s track and field athletes will be barred by the sport’s governing body from competing in this summer’s Olympic Games due to doping allegations, according to a statement by the country’s Ministry of Sport.
A recovery in global stocks was derailed after Japan’s central bank left its monetary policy unchanged, sending shares sharply lower while the yen rose to its highest level in over a year.
The hit show also won for best book, best director, and for featured actor and actress, but fell short of setting a record.
In a brilliant late surge, Creator won the 148th Belmont Stakes, beating Destin by a nose and leaving Preakness winner Exaggerator in 11th place.
Tesla Motors has revised nondisclosure agreements to address concerns that customers were discouraged from reporting possible safety problems its vehicles and defended the integrity of its Model S sedans.