TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, his ratings in a slump amid a suspected cronyism scandal and cover-up, apologized again on Sunday for causing anxiety and loss of confidence in his government.
F1 returns with the traditional curtain raiser in Australia set to get underway. Lewis Hamilton picked up a fourth world championship in Mexico last year but recently admitted he had forgotten how many titles he has. And if the Mercedes driver can make it
SEOUL (Reuters) - A worker at a South Korean plant of General Motors was found dead in a suspected suicide after filing for a voluntary redundancy program of the U.S. carmaker's ailing unit, union officials and police said on Sunday.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China pledged on Sunday to press ahead with market opening and reforms while reiterating that it will treat domestic and foreign firms equally and protect intellectual property rights.
Former President Barack Obama says negotiations with North Korea on its nuclear weapons program are difficult, partly because the country's isolation minimizes possible leverage, such as trade and travel sanctions against Pyongyang.
POTHOLES caused nearly £1billion of damage to vehicles in the past year, a study found. The bill is up 34 per cent on the £684million of two years ago. Seven in ten drivers said they hit a pothole a week. A quarter ride over one every day. It left 8.2mi
An Iowa mother has filed a $1 million civil lawsuit after her 6-year-old daughter's grandfather -- who pleaded gulty to molesting the child -- saw his sentenced reduced and weeks later claimed a $100,000 lottery prize.