World Trump May Impose Tariffs on Foreign Autos

President Trump is considering ordering a sweeping trade investigation into whether imported autos pose a threat to national security, a determination that could usher in tariffs. More

Sports Carlo Ancelotti 'targets Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema' to kick off Napoli reign

The Italian has replaced Maurizio Sarri in charge of the Partenopei on a three-year deal More

US & Canada Trump considers tariffs on foreign cars because they use Chinese steel

A source with knowledge of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross's strategic thinking told on Wednesday that steel, not the global automobile trade, is his focus. More

Sports Arsenal make first summer signing as Unai Emery takes reigns at the Emirates

Estonian wonderkid Karl Jakob Hein has teamed up with the Gunners - who will continue to put their faith in youth under their new Spanish boss. More

US & Canada Iraq is to execute up to 40 foreign ISIS brides

Iraq is set to execute dozens of foreign ISIS brides as it exacts revenge for the three years of jihadi occupation that saw thousands killed at the hands of a brutal Islamic caliphate. More

US & Canada Trump campaign took just 24 hours to put together foreign policy team

Former campaign co-chair Sam Clovis says he was given just 24 hours to build Donald Trump's team of security advisors, and that he did so at the direction of Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump. More

World Morocco's foreign minister warns Iran is seeking foothold in North Africa

During Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s first major policy speech on Iran Monday, he warned Tehran that the U.S. would work closely with regional allies to deter its meddling. More

World North Korea welcomes foreign journalists, but excludes South Korean media to nuclear site closing

North Korea invited a select group of foreign journalists, but excluded eight South Koreans, to the scheduled nuclear test site closing “ceremony” this week as the regime continues to lash out and... More

Entertainment & Arts Fiction: Stephen King’s Reign of Terror Continues in a New Novel

“The Outsider” starts out as a routine police procedural but before long transforms into something much more sinister. More

US & Canada Russian oligarchs who face being caught up in Britain's crackdown on 'unexplained' foreign wealth

Scores of Russian oligarchs with bases in London face being caught up in a resolve to crack down on ‘unexplained’ foreign wealth, including Arsenal investor Alisher Usmanov (right). More

Business Marks & Spencer’s 34-year reign in FTSE 100 could be under threat

Shares in the online grocer surged 45 per cent this week when it unveiled a deal with US chain Kroger, meaning it is worth £5.3bn. M&S is valued at £4.8bn and languishing in 98th place in the Footsie. More

Top Stories Putin to Assad: 'Foreign forces' to leave Syria

Russian President Vladimir Putin told Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Thursday that "foreign armed forces" would leave Syria, according to Syria's state-run news agency, SANA. More

Middle East All 'foreign forces' to leave Syria, Putin tells Assad

Russian President Vladimir Putin told Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Thursday that "foreign armed forces" would leave Syria, according to Syria's state-run news agency, SANA. More

Sports Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho ends feud with Chelsea's Antonio Conte — but reignites one with Class of '92 critics

Special One insists before FA Cup final clash they made peace at last meeting as he claims some ex-Reds WANT him to fail More

US & Canada The UK's Russia Inquiry Had A Date To Interview Julian Assange. Then The Foreign Office Called.

MPs wanted to hear from Assange about his contact with Cambridge Analytica but suddenly abandoned the plan after the date was set. View Entire Post › More

Travel Why the north reigns in Spain with fabulous beaches and the wonderful Guggenheim art gallery

You should start with the coast when it comes to exploring Northern Spain, says The Mail on Sunday's Ann Macdonald, who visited Santiago de Compostela. More

Australia How many?! There could be up to 100 foreign Commonwealth Games athletes seeking asylum in Australia

Up to 100 foreign athletes are reportedly seeking asylum in Australia after failing to leave the country following the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast in April. More

Australia Geoff Raby calls to sack Bishop as foreign minister

Ties with China have soured in the past year and Beijing is especially cranky about Australia's foreign interference laws. More

Real Life Terrifying true story of Beast of Jersey who outwitted police in 14-year reign of rape before accidental capture revealed his house of horrors

New film Beast, starring Jessie Buckey and Johnny Flynn, is set in Jersey where director Michael Pearce grew up amid tales of Edward Paisnel,  a mask-wearing sex attacker who worshipped... More