Philippines' Duterte tells worried foreign businesses to go
President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday urged foreign businesses in the Philippines worried about his deadly drug war to "pack up and leave", as he launched another anti-American tirade before flying to Japan to attract investments. Duterte voiced outrage at comments made the previous day by the top US envoy to Asia that his fiery rhetoric and crime war, which has claimed about 3,700 lives in four months, were bad for business. "These Americans are really crazy," Duterte said, as he held up a newspaper with headlines reporting criticism from US assistant secretary of state Daniel Russel.
GM earnings soar on US, China auto sales
Strong US and China car sales and a drop in costs for the faulty ignitions recall helped General Motors double profits in the third quarter, the Detroit automaker reported Tuesday. Sales in the two key markets helped offset ongoing slumps in Europe, South America and elsewhere, with unit sales up 3.8 percent from a year ago to 2.42 million cars and trucks in the quarter, helped by a 17.3 percent jump in China. The company meanwhile warned that its hopes for a return to stability in Europe were at risk to fallout from Britain's vote to pull out of the European Union, including the weak pound.
Researchers link virus to Alaska birds with deformed beaks
Biologist Colleen Handel saw her first black-capped chickadee with the heartrending disorder in 1998. The tiny birds showed up at birdfeeders in Alaska's largest city with freakishly long beaks. Some beaks ...
The Latest: France's Hollande calls for vigilance on IS
BAGHDAD (AP) ? The Latest on the developments in Iraq where an operation by Iraqi forces and their allies to retake the city of Mosul from Islamic State militants is no in its second week (all times local):
Ex-Christie aide on trial in bridge case is back on standNEWARK, N.J. (AP) ? Federal prosecutors are cross-examining a former aide to Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie who is on trial in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal.
Crews start dismantling French camp while migrants remain
CALAIS, France (AP) ? Crews in hard hats and orange jumpsuits on Tuesday started dismantling a makeshift camp in France that has become a symbol of Europe's migrant crisis while thousands of people remained there waiting to be relocated.
Albania's constitutional court suspends law key to EU hopesTIRANA, Albania (AP) ? Albania's Constitutional Court has suspended a law that requires the vetting of the personal and professional backgrounds of judges and prosecutors, key to judicial reforms needed to convince the European Union to launch membership negotiations.
Demolition work begins in Calais 'Jungle': AFP
Paris (AFP) - Workers escorted by scores of French police officers moved into the "Jungle" camp in Calais on Tuesday, demolishing shacks and tents emptied of migrants being bussed to centres around France.
Must see TV: why gutting NAFTA unlikely to create U.S. jobs
Both U.S. presidential candidates routinely criticize free-trade deals they blame for the loss of American jobs. Winnsboro, South Carolina-based Element, and the television industry more broadly, offer a window into the complexity of industrial supply chains and illustrate why pushing manufacturing jobs back to the United States is so difficult. Element's plant in South Carolina is nearly identical to a rival factory operated by Taiwanese conglomerate Tatung Company that sits on a dusty back street in this Mexican border town.
Quite the night: Cleveland ready to rock sports world
Always up for a party, Cleveland's about to rock like never before. For more than 50 years, fans agonized while waiting for one their three major professional teams to win a championship, a drought that ...