HONG KONG (Reuters) - A HNA Group unit said it has pledged about 41 percent of the company as collateral for a loan from a Hong Kong private equity firm, part of a slew of fundraising efforts by the Chinese conglomerate to address a liquidity crunch.
Democrats gained a seat in the Kentucky House of Representatives Tuesday after a special election necessitated by the suicide of a GOP lawmaker who killed himself last year amid sexual assault allegations.
THERESA May has summoned DUP and Sinn Fein leaders to Westminster today for crunch talks to save the Northern Ireland peace process. It came as Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley raised the prospect of another Assembly election amid 13 months of Sto
European Parliament chiefs are preparing to offer Britain “privileged” access to the single market – but only if we sign up to EU rules. In the first sign of a break with the approach of European Commission negotiators, sources revealed senior MEPs
A MAN of 91 led cops on a 15-mile motorway chase, after mistaking their blue lights and siren for a gritting lorry. Grandad Gordon Lee was clocked hogging the middle lane and officers did a check on his reg — to find he had no insurance or licence. They
CARACAS (Reuters) - President Nicolas Maduro said Tuesday that Venezuela had received $735 million in the first day of a pre-sale of the country's “petro” cryptocurrency, aimed at pulling the country out of an economic tailspin.
AP Photo/Mark Wallheiser
Survivors of the Parkland school shooting are pushing for gun control as state lawmakers avoid the topic.
Students traveled to the state legislature on Tuesday and witnessed the Republican-controlled House vote against consi
AN “irresponsible” Aldi Christmas ad for alcohol featuring the animated Kevin the Carrot has been banned for appealing strongly to children. The television ad, one in the supermarket’s 12-part festive campaign, showed a computer-generate
THE new financial watchdog chief admitted using a notorious tax avoidance scheme and having to pay back £114,000 after being caught out. Charles Randell revealed he tried to slash his bill when grilled by MPs. Despite the revelation, he is still in line