European banks face only weak prospects for making profits in the months ahead _ and may need to shift their business strategies to return to health
Belgian riot police fired a water cannon at protesters Tuesday after fighting broke out at the end of a major anti-government demonstration that gathered tens of thousands of people in central Brussels
A Slovakian model on trial in Spain in the fatal shooting of her millionaire British ex-boyfriend has testified she fled the scene in his vehicle because she was scared after he threatened her and was shot in a struggle over a pistol
Hawaii could become the first state in the United States to enter gun owners into an FBI database that will automatically notify police if an island resident is arrested anywhere else in the country
Dubai announces new, $270-million project to build homes, shops along part of under-construction Dubai canal
A human rights group is demanding an investigation into the fatal shooting of an ethnic Rohingya man who was among 21 to escape from an immigration detention center in southern Thailand
A federal appeals court is preparing to take a second look at a strict voter ID law in Texas
By visiting Hiroshima, Barack Obama parachutes himself into a still-fresh dispute among key allies and trading partners over who was a victim in World War II
Hillary Clinton is closing in fast on the Democratic presidential nomination
The speaker of the Alabama House is set for trial on felony charges that could result in his removal from office
Cyclists at the Tour de France will be under the watch of an unprecedented force of 23,000 police, including SWAT-like intervention squads
An official says the air traffic control tower at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport was evacuated briefly after the fire alarm went off
The nation seems to be kicking its smoking habit faster than ever before
An official says human remains suggest an explosion brought down EgyptAir 804.
The British pound is posting strong gains after another opinion poll indicated that those advocating a British exit _ so-called Brexit _ from the European Union are losing ground
Finance ministers from the 19 euro nations are meeting in Brussels to assess how well Greece has enacted austerity reforms and debate possible action to reduce its debt
Here are the leaders who haven't endorsed one of the candidates.
A hard-line Iranian cleric has become the speaker of the Assembly of Experts, a clerical body that is mainly tasked with selecting the country's supreme leader
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has approved a new government formed by his trusted ally who has pledged to push through constitutional reforms that would expand the powers of the presidency
Arthur Ishimoto believes dropping the atomic bombs on Japan saved a million American lives _ including his own _ as well as at least 5 million Japanese lives
Police say Baltimore special ed teacher charged with human trafficking and prostitution
The septuplets were born Nov. 19, 1997.
Officials receive repeated calls of climbers suffering from altitude sickness.
The right-winger who lost narrowly to a pro-EU rival in Austrian presidential elections has joined the winner in asking all citizens to try to overcome the ideological divisions that led to the close contest
French wild card Tessah Andrianjafitrimo lasted just 51 minutes and 12 games in her first match in the main draw at the French Open
A landslide in northern Myanmar's jade mining region has killed at least 12 people and injured about 50 others
Novak Djokovic begins his bid to win a fourth straight major title against 95th-ranked Yen-hsun Lu of Taiwan on Tuesday at the French Open
Turkey's President Erdogan approves new government to be led by Binali Yildirim, his trusted longtime ally
An Afghan official says at least five civilians were killed when their vehicle hit a roadside bomb in southern Kandahar province