North Korea attempted to fire a missile from its east coast on Wednesday morning, but the missile apparently exploded within seconds of launch, U.S. and South Korean officials said, days after the isolated country claimed a breakthrough with a high-thrust rocket engine.
U.S. Prepares to Charge Financier Jho Low in Malaysian 1MDB Scandal
U.S. authorities intend to file criminal charges against financier Jho Low in connection with a scandal at Malaysiaâ€™s 1MDB state development fund, according to people familiar with the matter. Mr. Low has said he was a victim of political infighting.
Cold Feet for Skyscraper Deal Due to Kushner-Trump Ties
Conflicts-of-interest concerns arising from Jared Kushnerâ€™s White House role are complicating his familyâ€™s push to convert its Manhattan office and retail property into a soaring 1,400-foot skyscraper.
Stock markets pulled back as in early Asian trade on Wednesday following declines in stocks, the dollar and bond yields overnight, as investors re-evaluated their optimism around the â€˜Trump trade.â€™
A shoe manufacturer in Chinaâ€™s factory belt is scouting for a location in the U.S. for its newest machinery as manufacturing trends shift in Americaâ€™s favor. One problem: a lack of skilled U.S. workers.
Trump Warns House GOP to Support Health-Care Bill or Risk Losing Seats
President Donald Trump urged wavering House Republicans to support proposed health-care legislation, saying Republicans risk losing seats in 2018 if they donâ€™t repeal the Affordable Care Act, lawmakers said.