China will make good on a pledge to purchase more than US$40 billion per year of U.S. agricultural products under the recently agreed Phase 1 trade deal between the two countries, China’s top agriculture consultancy said on Friday.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro was hospitalized on Monday evening after a fall in the official presidential palace, his office said.
The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, said Monday that 11 people have been arrested in connection with an assault early Sunday at a military post in the south of the country and said that some of those involved were in Brazil along with the stolen weapons of the installation.
Boeing on Monday replaced its embattled chief executive, Dennis Muilenburg, as it attempts to pivot from a protracted crisis surrounding the grounding of its top-selling 737 MAX after two deadly crashes.
Christianity Today, the magazine founded by the late Reverend Billy Graham renewed its criticism of President Donald Trump in a new editorial that cited his misuses of power and asked fellow Christians to examine their loyalty to him, days after a controversial editorial that called for his impeachment.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged the public on Monday not to have too many arguments over Christmas in a festive message in which he managed to avoid the word Brexit.
The British government called on football chiefs on Monday to do more to rid the sport of racism but stopped short of launching a full-scale inquiry demanded by the domestic players' union following the latest incident in the English game.
A kangaroo has been spotted cooling off in a backyard pool in a bush fire-ravaged region of Australia while elsewhere firefighters have been rescuing koalas from trees threatened by flames.
For the first time in more than 200 years, worshippers will not be able to attend Christmas mass at Notre-Dame cathedral, still being restored after a devastating fire.
Wall Street stocks finished at records again on Monday, with an executive shakeup at Boeing lifting the Dow, as a holiday-shortened week opened with a flourish. The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 96.44 points (0.34 percent) to finish the last full session before Christmas at 28,551.53.