SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea conducted a big live-fire
exercise on Tuesday to mark the foundation of its military as a
U.S. submarine docked in South Korea in a show of force amid
growing concern over the North's nuclear and missile programs.
PARIS (Reuters) - Boeing is nearing a decision to launch a
larger version of its 737 workhorse jet within two months to
counter strong sales of the Airbus A321neo, after a breakthrough on
the design for one of its parts, industry sources said.
PARIS (Reuters) - French far-right veteran Jean-Marie Le Pen
said on Tuesday his daughter Marine, who faces centrist Emmanuel
Macron in a May 7 presidential runoff, should have campaigned more
aggressively for Sunday's first round, following the example of
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syrian or Russian air strikes killed more
than a dozen people and severely damaged a hospital in and around a
town in rebel-held Idlib province on Tuesday, local medical workers
and a monitoring group said.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Reuters) - Arkansas carried out
back-to-back executions on Monday night, administering lethal
injections to two men convicted of rape and murder to become the
first U.S. state to put more than one inmate to death on the same
day in 17 years.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Waymo autonomous
vehicle group will begin testing a self-driving car program for
hundreds of families in Phoenix, Arizona and is buying 500 Chrysler
minivans to do so, the companies said on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government's costs could
increase by $2.3 billion in 2018 if Congress and President Donald
Trump decide not to fund Obamacare-related payments to health
insurers, according to a study released Tuesday by the Kaiser
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. East Coast refiners are looking to
buy increasing volumes of domestic crude oil from the Gulf Coast,
two sources said, the latest twist in a trade flow upheaval in the
wake of the opening of the Dakota Access pipeline.