(Reuters) - U.S. health officials on Thursday reported the
first case in the country of a patient with an infection resistant
to all known antibiotics, and expressed grave concern that the
superbug could pose serious danger for routine infections if it
(Reuters) - Airport screening delays have caused more than
70,000 American Airlines customers and 40,000 checked bags to miss
their flights this year, an executive for the airline told a U.S.
congressional subcommittee on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Viacom Inc Chief Executive Officer Philippe
Dauman has asked a Massachusetts court to expedite a legal
challenge to his removal from a trust that will determine the
entertainment company's future after controlling shareholder Sumner
Redstone dies or is deemed incapacitated.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An unconventional debate between a
billionaire Republican and a democratic socialist is shaping up in
California after presidential candidates Donald Trump and Bernie
Sanders expressed an interest in squaring off against each other.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve on Thursday
continued to lay the groundwork for an interest rate increase in
the next two months, with a senior policymaker saying the economy
will likely be ready for such a move "fairly soon."
PARIS (Reuters) - French protesters attacked a police station
and smashed bank windows on Thursday at rallies against labor
reforms, while the hardline CGT union sought to choke off fuel
supplies in a showdown with a government that said it would not
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. business spending intentions
weakened in April for a third straight month amid soft demand for
machinery, but a surge in contracts to purchase previously owned
homes to a 10-year high supported views economic growth was gaining