By Jeffrey Dastin
Reuters | All Articles
BERLIN (Reuters) - A widespread computer problem that hit Delta Air Lines on Monday was caused by a power outage in Atlanta, the airline said in a statement.
By David Dolan and Gulsen Solaker
By Bill Trott
By Ian Simpson
By Frank Pingue
By Kate and Kelland
(Reuters) - Baltimore's National Aquarium will create the first U.S. dolphin sanctuary and transfer its eight Atlantic bottlenose dolphins there, the aquarium said on Tuesday.
By Letitia Stein and Jarrett Renshaw
(Reuters) - World number two Jordan Spieth has played down fears that the Zika virus could affect his participation at the 2016 Rio Games, adding that he is looking forward to the "tremendous honour" of representing his country in Brazil.
By Sarah McBride
By Julia Love and Noel Randewich
By Jean-Francois Rosnoblet
CAIRO (Reuters) - Islamic State's Amaq news agency said on Sunday that the Islamist militant group was responsible for the shooting that killed at least 50 people in a massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
By Mark Lamport-Stokes
PARIS (Reuters) - French cafe owners are being told not to host large outdoor TV broadcasts of the Euro 2016 soccer championship because of the security risk, in a country where Islamist attackers killed 130 people on one night in November.
By Ingrid Melander
By Jonathan Stempel