ReutersNews's Videos

EU says McDonald's, Luxembourg tax deal not illegal1m28s

EU says McDonald's, Luxembourg tax deal not illegal

McDonald's tax deal with Luxembourg did not breach EU state aid rules, EU antitrust regulators have ruled, saying the reason the U.S. fast food chain did not pay some taxes was due to the mismatch between U.S. and Luxembourg laws. As Pascale Davies reports, the decision by the European Commission was part of its crackdown against illegal sweetheart deals between EU governments and multinationals.

Progress with North Korea "tremendous": Trump1m03s

Progress with North Korea "tremendous": Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump hailed Wednesday's summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in, and said there had been "tremendous progress" with North Korea on several fronts including Pyongyang's denuclearization. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Trump doubts Kavanaugh accusation1m32s

Trump doubts Kavanaugh accusation

President Trump said on Wednesday he doubted the sexual accusation brought by a woman against his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, saying "it's very hard for me to imagine anything happened." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Trump believes Manafort "will tell the truth"33s

Trump believes Manafort "will tell the truth"

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he is not worried about what his former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, who is cooperating with the U.S. special counsel's probe into Russian election meddling, will tell prosecutors, as long as he is truthful. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

LA moves to ban fur products1m32s

LA moves to ban fur products

Los Angeles, the city of fashion and glamour, clears the way towards becoming the largest U.S. metropolis to outlaw the sale of fur products. Linda So reports.

Golden eagle DNA sequenced1m43s

Golden eagle DNA sequenced

The golden eagle is the first of 25 species in the UK to have its genome sequenced, in a bid to improve understanding of species viability around the world and celebrate 25 years of the Wellcome Sanger Institute. Ella Wilks-Harper reports.

Bank of Japan holds policy despite trade perils1m44s

Bank of Japan holds policy despite trade perils

Japan's exports rose in August and its central bank kept its view the economy was expanding modestly, but policy makers and analysts warned of risks to the outlook from a U.S.-led trade war that some fear could chill global investment and growth. Pascale Davies reports,

Kim Jong Un says he'll visit Seoul1m45s

Kim Jong Un says he'll visit Seoul

The two Koreas have wrapped up their third summit together, as Kim Jong Un makes big promises to permanently scrap key missile facilities and even visit South Korea. Grace Lee reports.

Weinstein accuser may have a 'powerful' witness1m42s

Weinstein accuser may have a 'powerful' witness

'The Lord of the Rings' director Peter Jackson has spoken with actor Ashley Judd's legal team and could furnish "powerful" testimony supporting her defamation and sexual harassment suit against Harvey Weinstein, her attorney says. Michelle Hennessy reports.