Last month saw the biggest fall in five years in people visiting stores during February, according to the British Retail Consortium and Springboard.
Trump budget sets up another battle over funding wall on southern border, proposes steep spending cuts to many domestic programs.
Sunday’s deadly crash of a Boeing 737 Max 8 jet in Ethiopia bears striking similarities to an accident involving another Max in October in Indonesia but safety experts caution against drawing parallels too quickly.
MPs are set to hold key votes next week on the terms of Brexit, the outcome of which could determine whether the UK has greater flexibility to set its own trade tariffs.
The federal budget deficit is ballooning on President Donald Trump’s watch and few in Washington seem to care.
The chairman of Britain’s Conservative Party is urging Parliament to back an unpopular withdrawal agreement as British and European Union officials seek a breakthrough to the Brexit impasse.
Italy’s coalition partners appear to have temporarily resolved a dispute over the high-speed rail line to France, with an agreement to let new contract bids go out on schedule but without any financial commitments.
A senior U.S. official has met with Kosovo top leaders trying to convince Pristina to revoke or suspend a tariff on Serb goods so that dialogue with Serbia can resume.
Another wave of selling on Wall Street Friday left the S&P 500 with its worst weekly showing since January and its eighth loss in the last nine days.
Norway’s $1 trillion wealth fund will begin dumping its shares in oil and gas companies, but stopped short of expelling major producers like Total and Chevron.