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Nouriel Roubini to speak at the Business Insider Global Trends Festival


Scary photos show packed London tube trains despite pleas for people to stay home during the coronavirus outbreak


We visited supermarkets in Japan, France, Poland, and the Netherlands to see what items people are 'panic buying' around the world as coronavirus fears grow



Airlines around the world are now using hospital-grade disinfectants to sterilise planes to stave off the coronavirus


Carlos Ghosn unleashes on Nissan and Japanese prosecutors in a lengthy press conference


The world's largest democracy is heading toward modern-day fascism



Rape, medical experiments, and forced abortions: One woman describes horrors of Xinjiang concentration camps


I flew in Delta's extra-legroom seats to Iceland, and the flight was fine, but the extra space comes with a catch


China and the NBA are coming to blows over a pro-Hong Kong tweet. Here's why.


Trump brought up Joe Biden during a June phone call with Chinese President Xi Jinping


Viking Cruises is trying to set a record for the world's longest cruise with a 245-day journey that costs over $90,000 per person. Here's what the ship it's using looks like.


New documents reveal SpaceX's plans for launching Mars-rocket prototypes from South Texas



British Airways pilots plan to strike over 3 days in September, throwing air travel into chaos


Cathay Pacific's top 2 executives have resigned after protests in Hong Kong wreaked havoc on the airline's flights and stock price


Hong Kong canceled all flights Monday over the massive protests that have taken over the airport. Now it is bracing for a ripple effect of economic pain.


Elon Musk calls petrol-powered cars a 'passing fad': 'They look cool in a museum'



A US human rights worker was shot outside his home in the Philippines. He was branded an 'enemy of the state' in 2015


Trump's trade war is wreaking havoc on the private jet industry


Photos show how Boeing's grounded 737 Max planes are piling up at the company's Seattle plant


As Hong Kong fights for its life, an embarrassed China has only violence to offer