NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks slid on Tuesday as 10-year Treasury yields hit the highly anticipated 3 percent mark for the first time in four years, stoking concerns over higher borrowing rates for companies already facing rising costs, and as quarterly results failed to deliver positive outlooks.
A judge says his ruling "represents the final chapter in the case of this extraordinary little boy".
Another Mohamed Salah masterclass helps Liverpool take control of their Champions League semi-final, though Roma score two late away goals.
Jewish leaders say the Labour leader did not agree to any of its suggested "concrete actions".
Merseyside Police say it happened shortly before Liverpool's semi-final with Roma.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday left open the possibility that his doctor, Ronny Jackson, would withdraw as his pick to lead the Veterans Affairs department after allegations stalled his Senate confirmation hearing.
There is no specific law in England and Wales to prosecute someone who takes a photo under someone else's skirt.
(Reuters) - London-listed drugmaker Shire Plc and Japan's Takeda Pharmaceutical Co Ltd plan to announce a preliminary deal on Wednesday, after the latter sweetened its $62 billion acquisition offer, people familiar with the matter said.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bitcoin rose to a six-week high on Tuesday on positive headlines that included the possible entry of major financial institutions into the space, lifting sentiment on the overall cryptocurrency market.
(Reuters) - Coca-Cola Co said on Tuesday it would take a hit in the second quarter from the introduction of a British sugar tax on soft drinks and rising freight costs in the United States, overshadowing modestly better than forecast results for the first three months of 2018.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron pledged on Tuesday to seek stronger measures to contain Iran, as the U.S. leader considers whether to ditch an international accord meant to prevent Tehran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
TORONTO (Reuters) - The man accused of plowing a rental van into pedestrians on a crowded Toronto sidewalk, killing 10 people, in Canada's deadliest mass killing in decades left a "cryptic message" on social media before his attack, police said on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Environmental Protection Agency announced a new rule on Tuesday that would stop it from relying on scientific research underpinned by confidential data in its making of regulations.
Tehran warns that it will probably abandon the nuclear accord if the US pulls out.
It's hard to escape certain conventions that the news of a new royal baby brings.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. consumer confidence rebounded in April and new home sales increased more than expected in March, pointing to underlying strength in the economy despite signs that growth slowed in the first quarter.
A prominent community leader says Jews should exercise caution in big cities after recent attacks.
Aleksandr Kogan has been talking down the value of his data. Is he right to do so?
Alek Minassian appears in court emotionless as he is charged with 10 counts of murder.
Reports say the suspect in the Toronto van attack called for "Incel Rebellion" on Facebook.
The leading Tory Brexiteer also accuses the prime minister of lacking "enthusiasm" for Brexit.
World number seven Mark Williams pulls off a 'no-look' fluke in his World Championship first-round match against Jimmy Robertson.
Ding Junhui takes less than a hour to wrap up a convincing victory over fellow Chinese player Xiao Guodong at the World Snooker Championship.
Suffragist Millicent Fawcett has become the first woman to be memorialised in statue form in Parliament Square.
Alek Minassia pleaded "kill me" and claimed to have a gun but the police officer put his own gun away.
The US president lavishes his French counterpart with praise - but there are disagreements too.
CCTV shows how a shopkeeper saw off three armed robbers with a tub of chilli powder.
The moment Simon Kindleysides steps into history as the first paralysed man to walk the route.
Leeds United are to tour Myanmar in May, despite a military crackdown and travel warnings for certain areas.
Teenage cellist, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, says Meghan phoned him herself to ask if he would perform at the service.
National Grid says the 72-hour streak is the longest since the 1880s.
He says it is "a great joy" to have another grandchild, as the new prince receives his first visitors.
After the Duchess of Cambridge left hospital to face the world's media, some mums shared their own post-pregnancy experiences.
The calm actions of a police officer who did not open fire have prompted praise and astonishment.
Dame Jacqueline Wilson joins author Lauren St John's campaign calling for the book industry to ditch plastic.
England captain Dylan Hartley "won't do anything stupid" after his latest concussion setback, says team-mate Danny Care.
Ellie Simpson, who has cerebral palsy, said the government had not given proper consideration to people with disabilities.
Unravelling the mystery of the motorcyclist's body found on the central reservation of the M4.
Vivian combines exercise with tackling loneliness through regular runs to visit her 'coach' Dennis.
The Genius Behind the Lyrics team write facts about thousands of songs, for your entertainment.
With Britain becoming the most obese country in Western Europe, chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall investigates.
Two years after pledging to take in 20,000 Syrian refugees, BBC analysis looks at the where the first 10,000 have gone
The BBC News presenter ran 150 miles with about 1,000 other runners over the Sahara desert.
Scientists think "mood microbes" are a new frontier for improving the health of the brain.
More than 80% of 18 to 34-year-olds living in Britain say they feel lonely. Could co-living be the answer?
The meat industry, a major contributor to CO2 emissions and deforestation, is facing competition.
Ten years ago I tried to live without plastic for a month. A decade on, would it be easier or harder?
An idyllic holiday resort on the banks of the Red Sea was a base for Israeli spies with a secret mission.
In 1969 a mechanic stole a plane from East Anglia and set off for the States. Then he disappeared. Did he crash or was he shot down?
The former US First Lady never accepted a passive role, and campaigned for social justice.