NEW YORK — More than 230 former ABC News correspondents, executives and producers have signed a letter urging the network's current top executive to take a firm stand against any Trump administration effort to curtail press access.
LISBON, Portugal — An American ex-CIA agent won a last-minute reprieve from a Lisbon court Wednesday and will no longer be extradited from Portugal to Italy, where a court convicted her of taking part in the kidnapping of a Muslim cleric.
Banks and other financial companies led U.S. stocks sharply higher in afternoon trading Wednesday, pushing the Dow Jones industrial average above 21,000 points for the first time. Energy and materials companies were also among the big gainers, while utilities stocks lagged.
PARIS — Conservative candidate Francois Fillon refused to quit France's roller-coaster presidential race Wednesday despite receiving a summons to face charges of getting his wife and children taxpayer-funded jobs in which they allegedly did no work.
TALLINN, Estonia — Germany's foreign minister voiced his skepticism Wednesday about plans to increase the country's defence spending to meet NATO targets, saying it could raise concerns in Europe by turning Germany into "a military supremacy."