• In this Friday, Sept. 23, 2016, photo, a North Korean woman walks down the street where murals of the late North Korean leaders Kim Il Sung, left, and Kim Jong Il decorate the streets in downtown Pyongyang, North Korea. With a tightly controlled state media, little access to outside information and a deeply instilled belief that whoever runs the White House is bound to be their sworn enemy, North Koreans aren't expecting much from the U.S. presidential elections - if they know about them at all. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)

    PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — With a tightly controlled state media, little access to outside information and a deeply instilled belief that whoever runs the White House is bound to be their sworn enemy, North Koreans aren't expecting much from the U.S. presidential elections — if they know about them at all.

  • Police officers stand outside Bank of America Stadium for an NFL football game between the Minnesota Vikings and the Carolina Panthers, Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016. Extra security was posted outside the stadium in response to protests over the shooting death of a black man by a police officer on Sept. 20. (AP Photo/Skip Foreman)

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Charlotte lifted its midnight curfew, signaling movement toward normalcy after a state of emergency was imposed following the shooting death of a black man by police last week that brought National Guard troops and armored vehicles to downtown street corners.

  • In this photo taken Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016, Mohammed al-Haj stands on the bank of the river 'Saar' in Saarbruecken, Germany. Al-Haj came to the western German state of Saarland in September to benefit from its swift processing of migrants.(AP Photo/Jens Meyer)

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  • The opening was delayed because the Sofia court had failed to inform the victims' families of the start date, prosecutors told AFP

    The trial over a deadly 2012 bombing of Israeli tourists in Bulgaria, due to start on Monday, has been pushed back to November because of a procedural error, prosecutors said. A Franco-Lebanese national, identified as Mohamad Hassan El-Husseini, blew up a bus carrying Israeli tourists at the airport of the Black Sea coast …

  • Policemen lead away a streaker during the fifth one-day international between Australia and South Africa at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney on November 23, 2014

    Consider it a warning to exhibitionists -- an Australian state has officially listed "mooning or streaking" as examples of offences which can be dealt with under the law. Victoria's Attorney General Martin Pakula said Monday there had always been an offence of indecent or offensive exposure which could have covered those …

  • As life transitions go, retirement ranks way up there among the most challenging, both financially and emotionally. After a lifetime of work, you may have mixed emotions about retirement -- looking forward to not working but nervous about leaving your work identity behind. Because retirement can be so stressful, Jeff …

  • Independent voters are more pessimistic about their personal finances than Republicans or Democrats, according to Bankrate's recent Financial Security Index, providing a potential trouble spot for the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, as she battles Donald Trump, the Republican nominee, for the presidency. Independent …

  • An analysis of Bankrate's Financial Security Index data shows that Republicans and Democrats view the current state of their finances differently, and take substantially different approaches to managing their money in many respects. Overall, Democrats have a much sunnier view of their personal finances than Republicans. …

  • Global shares are mostly lower as market attention turns from central bank policies to the U.S. presidential race ahead of a highly anticipated debate

  • People protest outside the National Court as they wait for the arrival of former Finance Minister and International Monetary Fund chief Rodrigo Rato in Madrid, Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. Rodrigo Rato, and 65 officials at Bankia SA and its founding savings bank Caja Madrid, face trial for alleged misuse of corporate credit cards issued by Spain's Bankia group and its predecessor savings bank, Caja Madrid between 2003 and 2012. (AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza)

    MADRID (AP) — Protesters shouted insults at Rodrigo Rato, the former head of the International Monetary Fund, as he and 64 others entered court for a trial over the alleged misuse of corporate credit cards at a Spanish bank.

  • Partially assembled buses stand unattended at the Hyundai Motor assembly line in Jeonju on September 26, 2016 as workers walk out on strike

    Tens of thousands of unionised workers at South Korea's Hyundai Motor staged their first full strike on Monday for more than a decade after negotiations over a wage increase stalled. Nearly 50,000 workers at Hyundai Motor's three plants across the country -- including the main one in the southern city of Ulsan -- walked …

  • Wholesale funds, including those raised in the interbank market, accounted for a record 34 percent of small- and medium-sized bank financing as of June 30, compared with 29 percent on Jan. 31 last year, Moody’s Investors Service estimated in an Aug. 29 note that analyzed central bank data. China’s banking regulator told …

  • LONDON (AP) — A survey of company CEOs in Britain suggests that a majority is considering moving some business away from the U.K. amid concerns about the country's future outside the European Union.

  • China, India seen to boost Asian refining and marketing industry

    "Increased refinery run rates in China, capacity additions and high stockpiles in the region continue to weigh on refiners' profitability, and we expect EBITDA for the industry will decline by 1%-3% through 2017," says Rachel Chua, a Moody's Analyst. "However, we expect China's refined-product demand will grow at 3% in …

  • Top tech investor Marc Andreessen has quit Twitter (again)

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