Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for fast food chains, and McDonald's has released yet another innovation to help it regain lost momentum in the morning.
Nissan has slashed its forecast for annual sales and profits in its first earnings report since Carlos Ghosn was arrested and ousted as chairman.
Refugee footballer Hakeem Al-Araibi has landed in Australia, after spending two months in a Thai jail fighting extradition to his birth nation of Bahrain.
Rikako Ikee, one of Japan's most talented swimmers and a contender for multiple medals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, has been diagnosed with leukemia.
An Emirati woman who fled to the Republic of Macedonia has made a desperate plea for help after her asylum request was rejected by the Balkan state.
Britain's new aircraft carrier will go to the Pacific on its first operational mission, Defense Minister Gavin Williamson has revealed.
Companies and executives around the world are desperately trying to gauge the severity of China's economic slowdown. But getting a clear picture is very difficult.
A Chinese billionaire and political donor has called Australia a "giant baby" after it revoked his permanent residency amid concerns over China's growing foreign influence.
Google Maps wants to make it easier for people find their way in busy urban spaces, and it thinks large cartoon arrows can help.
The unmistakable sound of automatic machine gunfire pierced the early morning, sometime before 7:00 am. While it was not unusual to wake up to the cacophony of war—be it coalition bombing from airstrikes or gunfire—this was different.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani stood before a big crowd celebrating the Islamic Revolution's 40th anniversary on Monday and vowed to boost his country's military and ballistic missile program, defying US pressure and sanctions.
The human toll of the Venezuelan crisis is evident in the women's faces.
As the assault to retake ISIS's last enclave of territory in Syria continues, the top US general overseeing the fight against the terror group warned Monday that if the terror group loses that fight it "doesn't mean the end of the organization."
A year after enduring its worst ever set of results in a Six Nations championship, England has started the 2019 tournament at a canter.
What more is there to say about Nelson Mandela, the Nobel Prize-winning icon of the anti-Apartheid struggle?
If everything goes according to plan, truck driver Gordon Terry needs 44 hours to haul a shipment of car parts from Turin, Italy to Jaguar Land Rover's factory outside of Liverpool.
The CEO of Siemens says the United Kingdom must provide clarity on trade or risk further declines in investment.
Wall Street traders may love to gossip about merger rumors and other corporate dramas. But the private life of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is apparently of no concern to investors.
Two Nigerian electoral commission offices housing voting materials were burned down within the space of a week -- just a few days before the country's presidential election, the nation's electoral body said Sunday.
"Roma" and "The Favourite" won big at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards on Sunday.
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