China’s military is rapidly expanding the ability to project power globally and in the coming decade will be capable of waging...
The Lincoln Project and Harrison Ford are teaming up to let Americans know you can only keep one of them: Trump, or Fauci.
Global banks in Hong Kong, from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to Standard Chartered Plc, are urging more staff to work from home again...
Forty newsroom staff at i-Cable Communications made redundant with immediate effect, according to source, prompting mass resignations.
Lai stresses the need for 'rule of law' not 'rule of men' in China to ensure financial success
US sanctions have cut off Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam from the global banking system, the controversial political leader says, forcing her to stockpile cash.
Leaving all your online wealth to the family is your present for their future. Unfortunately, digital assets don’t really “fit” into a conventional physical will.
Both sides said they will review the arrangement again in late December to decide on a start date.
Hong Kong experts argued that conducting nucleic acid tests on the city's entire population may not be the best choice for...
Hong Kong has seen the introduction of a protection policy that is said to be the first of this kind in the local insurance market.
Pang Lok-sze’s counsel Kim McCoy says Department of Justice’s decision not to prosecute the two suspects in the case was unlawful and tainted by procedural impropriety.
Lau Tsz-kit, 24, locked up for 16 months after saying he would drown or chop up the poodle if payment failed to materialise quickly.
Some 25kg of the dried seafood was airmailed into Hong Kong from Indonesia via Shenzhen, while another 50kg was seized from a flat in Tuen Mun.
If Dominic Raab is genuinely concerned about the national security law for Hong Kong, he should be encouraging British judges to...
Nine months ago, Douglas Woo sparked a $3.2 billion overnight surge in his family’s wealth by unveiling plans to take the centerpiece...
Managers at Hong Kong's i-Cable TV network announced they would be firing at least 40 journalists, editors, and production...
New curbs come after Hong Kong records biggest jump in daily cases since August, most linked to ballroom-dancing venues.
A boy who was thrown from a viewing platform at London's Tate Modern gallery last year has started to walk with a cane, his family has announced.
Shops in England will be allowed to stay open for 24 hours a day in the run-up to Christmas and in January, the housing secretary has said.
Council plans to underwrite a £100,000 unveiling ceremony for a statue of Margaret Thatcher in her home town of Grantham have been approved.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will spend Christmas at Windsor Castle and not Sandringham as is their usual tradition, Buckingham Palace has said.
The boss of Wales' biggest brewery has called new alcohol rules "closure by stealth" and announced more than 100 managed pubs will be closed from Friday.
A 23-year-old man feared he was going to be beaten up after he and a friend were allegedly hounded by customers and staff for kissing in a pub.
People living in care homes will finally be able to have visitors indoors again with a new system of coronavirus testing.