The bloc offered Britain a Brexit deadline at the end of October to avert a no-deal withdrawal that was set to take place on Friday evening.
The U.S. and Europe said they are preparing to impose tit-for-tat tariffs as part of a long dispute over aerospace subsidies.
An annual European Union meeting with China is beset by new worries about Beijing’s ambitions and practices, market barriers and industrial espionage.
The European Commission will launch a pilot project this summer to test ethical guideliness it has developed for the use of artificial intelligence.
Plus, the latest news on Boeing’s plane troubles, and more Brexit angst.
A proposal making its way through the European Parliament would ban the use of “burger,” “steak” and “sausage” for vegetable products.
If the Troubles return, it will signal the defeat of one of the Continent’s great postwar achievements.
Anti-Semitism is now being harnessed for political ends by ideologies that otherwise would have little overlap. That fusion is new, and dangerous, experts say.
A no-deal Brexit, once unthinkable, could happen in less than two weeks, barring a deadline extension. Here are some of the likely consequences.
Britain’s complicated exit from the European Union has rattled corporations around the world. And that means lawyers are pulling in clients and profit.