U.S. lawmakers recently revived their effort to force TikTok's Chinese owner to sell the popular app.
The president's announcement comes the same day as a visit to the United Steelworkers union headquarters in Pittsburgh.
The chair of the real estate company Van Thinh Phat was formally charged with fraud amounting to $12.5 billion — nearly 3% of the country’s 2022 GDP.
Authorities say it is a growing problem as people look for new ways to draw online viewers to generate cash.
A strong earthquake has shaken Taiwan, damaging buildings in a southern city and creating a tsunami that washed ashore on Japanese islands.
The Japanese imperial family's social media debut comes 15 years after Britain’s royal family joined Twitter in 2009.
The bill would make the country the first in Southeast Asia to legalize equal rights for marriage partners of any gender.
Seven months after Beijing put trade restrictions on gallium, a Utah company found a major deposit of the metal.
Images taken by miniature drones from deep inside a badly damaged reactor at the Fukushima nuclear plant show displaced control equipment and misshapen materials but leave many questions unanswered.
As a top Treasury official in the George W. Bush administration, David McCormick worked to expand U.S. financial firms' access to China.