Iran Has Started Producing Uranium Metal, in Violation of 2015 Accords, IAEA Says

Iran has carried out a major new breach of the 2015 nuclear accords, producing a material than can be used to form the core of … Read more

Russia’s Putin Faces Rising Discontent Amid Alexei Navalny Protests

MOSCOW—The protests that swept Russia this weekend in support of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny show the challenge President Vladimir Putin faces in managing social … Read more

Venezuela Opposition Debilitated as Biden Set to Take Office

When Venezuela’s regime takes over the National Assembly on Tuesday, it will put the U.S.-backed opposition leader Juan Guaidó in his most precarious position since … Read more

U.S. Stock Futures Rally After Biden Wins Presidency

U.S. stock futures and global indexes jumped Monday as confirmation that Democrat Joe Biden had won the presidency gave investors fresh impetus. The continuation of … Read more

Stocks Rise Sharply After Biden Gains Swing-State Votes

U.S. stocks climbed Wednesday after late-reporting votes in the still-uncertain election boosted the chances of a Joe Biden victory. Investors snapped up shares of technology … Read more

Chile Votes to Change Pinochet-Era Constitution

Chileans voted overwhelmingly to change their dictatorship-era constitution in a referendum on Sunday, beginning a process that could upend the political landscape in one of … Read more

U.S. Moves to Seize Cryptocurrency Accounts Linked to North Korean Heists

WASHINGTON—U.S. authorities on Thursday moved to seize 280 cryptocurrency accounts they said were used by North Korean hackers who stole more than a quarter of … Read more

Trump to Announce Deal With Abbott Laboratories for 150 Million Rapid Covid-19 Tests

President Trump is expected to announce a $750 million deal to buy 150 million rapid Covid-19 tests from Abbott Laboratories, a White House official said, … Read more