WASHINGTON: President Joe Biden signed into law Tuesday a multibillion dollar bill boosting domestic semiconductor and other high-tech manufacturing sectors that US leaders fear risk being dominated by rival China.
SAN FRANCISCO: A former Twitter worker was found guilty on Tuesday of spying for Saudi officials keen to unmask critics on the platform.
Princess of pop Britney Spears will join forces with music maestro Elton John on a new single, the record company releasing the track said on Monday.
The Employers' Confederation of Thai Trade and Industry is urging the government to base the daily minimum wage calculation on inflation, not politically-motivated factors.
The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) is expected to raise the policy interest rate for the first time in two years by 0.25% on Wednesday to 0.75%, as inflation soared above 7% in the last two months, bringing an end to a low-interest era, analysts say.
KYIV (UKRAINE) - Russia Tuesday attributed loud blasts at a key military airbase on the Moscow-annexed Crimean peninsula to exploding ammunitions, downplaying the possibility that the site was hit by Ukrainian fire.
PARIS: United States tennis great Serena Williams announced on Tuesday that "the countdown has begun" to her retirement from the sport.
PARIS: France said Tuesday that a ban on Russian nationals entering military installations had been applied too rigidly when two Russian visitors were turned away at the Chateau de Vincennes, a mediaeval fortress and tourist attraction on the edge of Paris.