Financial Times Home

Top stories

Protesters pay silent tribute to Westminster attack victims

President says teetering Obamacare system ‘soon will explode’

Mantra of ‘ever-closer union’ is avoided on anniversary of the Treaty of Rome

Party leaders thought the hardliners were a spent force. How wrong they were

President fails to close the deal with Republican hardliners in Congress

Hundreds held as regime takes tough stance on opposition to ‘tax on social parasites’

Over carpaccio and veal, the politician tells Lionel Barber history will be harsh on the PM who took Britain out of the EU

New safety system threatens lenders with punishment if credit grows too fast

Detection models are showing weak spots against peripheral figures

Worst weekly performance by equities since election as Trump agenda faces questions

Fund company figures show female staff earn 33% less on average than male colleagues

US News

Jobs creation pledge originally announced before president took office

Country’s once-largest retailer warns over its future, reflecting wider problems across the sector

Showdown on Capitol Hill could lead to massive overhaul in Senate rules

Aides may have been incidentally monitored during electronic surveillance of foreigners

Opinion

Instant Insight Edward Luce

It will be harder for the president to present himself as dealmaker-in-chief, writes Edward Luce

Highlights

The museum’s second show celebrates the boundary-challenging experiments of the 1980s-90s

The UK bank faces the conclusion of a criminal probe over rescue deals made following the crash

The film director talks about love at first sight for her mews house, and challenging Churchill’s version of history

Markets News

Worst weekly performance by equities since election as Trump agenda faces questions

Market volatility rises as Republican healthcare divisions put Trump presidency to test

The Long View John Authers

Slide in inflation expectations signals investors need a further lift from economic data

Photo of The Long View

Technology

Collision threatens plans to bring high levels of autonomy into commercial use

Can Facebook really create a global community? Historian Yuval Noah Harari disputes Mark Zuckerberg’s vision

Hackers are coming for you anyway, so make sure you are prepared

Photo of Andrew Hill

Life & Arts