Starbucks plans to hire 240,000 more people globally by the year 2021. That includes 68,000 jobs in the United States.
Video shows the moment gunfire rings out near UK Parliament.
After years of huge losses and store closings, the future is officially in doubt for Sears and Kmart
An IT expert appears in court charged with stealing $39m from Kenya's national tax authority.
The European Broadcasting Union, which founded Eurovision, says it is "deeply disappointed".
Germany is tightening up rules on expelling home-born foreign-national terror suspects
Police say the incident is "highly regrettable" and launch a manhunt for four officers.
Steven Curtis allegedly posted his ex-wife's absentee ballot for last year's presidential election.
Ex-campaign chairman Paul Manafort reportedly worked for Russian oligarch to assist President Putin.
Critical media voices denounced as "enemies of the people."
Agriculture ministry hopes the initiative will stop people buying fatty imported meat.
Intelligence obtained in recent weeks found that an al Qaeda affiliate was perfecting techniques for hiding explosives in batteries and battery compartments of electronic devices, according to a US official.
More than 70% of the country's population relies on food aid, the United Nations says.
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Dozens of people were killed when an airstrike hit a school near ISIS' de facto capital of Raqqa that was sheltering refugees who had fled fighting in Palmyra, activist groups and state-run media said Wednesday.
A school being used as a shelter by up to 50 families was hit on Monday night, activists say.
Cue the Crying Jordan meme. Nike shares fell 6% in early trading Wednesday after the athletic apparel giant reported sales for its most recent quarter that missed Wall Street's forecasts.
On Thursday, Donald Trump released his budget for 2017, which proposes slashing programs that help some of our nation's most vulnerable citizens, including the poor and the elderly. And then Trump, in his own "let them eat cake" moment, jetted off 24 hours later to spend another weekend at his luxurious private country club Mar-a-Lago, a place described as akin to the Palace of Versailles.
At one point 40 people watched the broadcast but nobody reported it to police.