Superbugs killed 33,000 Europeans in 2015

Superbugs killed 33,000 Europeans in 2015

Drug-resistant bacteria killed more than 33,000 people in the European Union in 2015, according to new research published this week warning that superbugs were "threatening modern healthcare."

Bears trash talk the dollar as global growth beats Trump trades

Bears trash talk the dollar as global growth beats Trump trades

A hawkish Federal Reserve, an economy firing on all cylinders, the tentative revival of the “Trump Trade” – all that won’t be enough to boost the dollar next year, according to a chorus of Wall Street strategists.

Deadline looms for Zuma over revived graft charges

Deadline looms for Zuma over revived graft charges

Lawyers for Jacob Zuma have until midnight to file papers outlining why nearly 800 corruption charges shelved before he became South African president eight years ago but recently reinstated by the courts should not be brought against him.