Afghan Taliban Announce Start of ‘Spring Offensive’
Setting Aside Democracy
Two U.S. Troops Killed Fighting I.S. in Afghanistan
Suspected U.S. Drone Strikes North Waziristan
Indonesia’s Female Muslim Clerics Take the Lead
Rival telecom companies are slashing prices, adding new features following tycoon’s pledge of free 4G.
Rumor mill predicts tech giant will unveil a new iPhone, possibly a new Apple Watch at press gathering.
Anti-corruption report finds tax-exempt military fuel for NATO, Afghan military being sold on open market.
Ottawa says Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank will help it create opportunities for middle class across the world.
Australian designer says orders for swimsuit have spiked from non-Muslim women following increased media coverage.
Debut ‘Ben-Hur’ bombs in first weekend, earning just over $11 million.
Eric Favre says he faced resistance from within Nestle, long development cycle while creating single-portion capsules.
New York Times claims debt is more than twice that claimed by Republican candidate’s public filings.
Beverages company says it voluntarily suspended production while environment authorities investigate alleged violations.
The New York-based blog’s other assets, including sites like Gizmodo and Jezebel, will continue under new ownership.
Phones are everywhere in world’s biggest market.
Saudi minister’s claim producers might try to rebalance global oil markets prompts price hike.
Newspapers rethink potential revenue source as digital efforts sputter.
Superhero film rakes in $135.1 million in sales over opening weekend.
While not as popular as the novels, the ‘Cursed Child’ script boasts the highest single week sales of a script this decade.
Economic reforms initiative aims at countering falling oil revenues.
Milestone achieved as company reports drop in smartphone sales over past quarter.
The last VCR rolls off the factory line at the end of this month.
Application can help monetization by keeping users within Facebook ‘ecosystem’ through targeted ads.
Pistachios, coveted by Taliban and local warlords, could prove export boon if government can halt illegal harvesting.