It comes a week after he lost the election and after years of corruption allegations.
Google collects far more information about us than Facebook. But the Google data that our tech columnist downloaded on himself contained fewer surprises and was more easily deleted.
The Spider-Man co-creator accuses the company of taking advantage of his degenerative eye condition.
An ethics watchdog says Mr Trump should have revealed the payment, which he formerly denied, sooner.
Objects taken in the 19th century were returned at a news conference on Wednesday.
Cynthia Pettway was too sick to attend the ceremony in Alabama, so her school came up with another plan.
A Senate committee released thousands of documents related to a 2016 meeting with Trump campaign officials and a Russian lawyer. Here are five key findings.
The unique skills of Russia's armed forces were on display at the World Military Wrestling Championship.
A customer’s discovery that the British retailer was charging more for larger sizes set off accusations of discrimination.
CFC-11, once commonly used as a refrigerant, has been outlawed for nearly a decade. Scientists suspect it is being produced again, likely in East Asia.
North Korea's threat to cancel its summit with the US suggests a problem of interpretation.
More than 300 women and girls who accuse the ex-sports doctor of sexual assault will receive $500m.
Didi Chuxing said it would overhaul its app, as well as safety and security practices, after the death of a passenger focused attention on the company.
The guidance is intended to safeguard silence and recollection in monastic life.
Complete disengagement is impossible, but both Washington and Beijing envision a day when they don’t need each other as much to power their economies.
The special counsel is investigating events that span years and cross international borders.
The trial of Mehmet Hakan Atilla depicted high-level corruption in Turkey, and strained that country’s relations with the United States.
Eli Avivi led the micronation of Achzivland and was one of its two residents for nearly 50 years.
The referendum could see President Pierre Nkurunziza's mandate extended and has sparked fears of more violence in the country.
The leader of the E.U.’s heads of government used 280 characters to blast the U.S. president and reaffirm the bloc’s commitment to its policy agenda.
The decision by Mr. Zuckerberg, who has already testified before Congress about Facebook’s handling of users’ information, to go to Brussels highlights the breadth of global concern over the issue.
North Korea says it may cancel the meeting after a top Trump aide's "reckless" remarks.
Donald Trump has thrown fresh doubt over a planned US summit with North Korea next month, saying "we'll have to see".
The BBC's Paul Adams explains the issues at the root of the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.
A new law in Kenya imposes fines of up to $50,000 and/or up to two years in prison.
European Council President Donald Tusk accuses Washington of "capricious assertiveness".
Financial markets fell on news that the Five Star Movement and the anti-immigrant League party want to radically change the country’s ties with the European Union.
A Dutch art dealer has uncovered the first "new" Rembrandt work since 1974 after taking a punt on an unknown painting at Christie's.
The 2016 meeting is a part of the ongoing Russia meddling investigation by the Justice Department.
Aides say Wednesday’s meeting is an effort to launch a new era of partnership with Uzbekistan, a country that is making its first fitful turns away from authoritarianism.
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