MANCHESTER, England - Chancellor George Osborne, making a pitch to become Britain's next prime minister, staked his claim to the political "centre ground" on Monday by saying his party was the only option for workers.
TOKYO - The prospect of a delay in the U.S. Federal Reserve's plan to raise interest rates and signs of some stability in oil and commodity markets boosted Asian stocks on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON - The United States announces a more than $20 billion settlement of federal and state claims against BP over its deadly Gulf of Mexico oil spill five years ago. Full Article
Scientists discover, in northwestern New Mexico, the fossil remains of Kimbetopsalis simmonsae, a plant-eating, rodent-like mammal that lived a few hundred thousand years after the mass extinction that killed the dinosaurs, a blink of the eye in geological time. Full Article
Mexico's most popular comedians are lambasting U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in a new play. Nathan Frandino reports.
ATHENS - Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann will become the first European Union leader to visit the Greek island of Lesbos to see the impact of Europe's migrant crisis on one of the refugees' preferred entry points into the EU. Full Article
Research conducted by the London Business School suggests Britain's biggest companies could feel the pain now England have been knocked out of the Rugby World Cup. Video