European antitrust officials have begun an in-depth investigation into claims that Nike may have broken EU laws by restricting how traders can sell licensed merchandise.
Michael Paramasivan was watching a film in bed in his West London apartment when he smelled something "plastic-y."
Traders, police, tourists and locals gathered for a moment of silence at London's Borough Market on Wednesday morning before ringing the opening bell for the first time since the terror attack there 11 days ago.
The U.S. military has moved its High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) from Jordan into southern Syria for the first time, positioning it near the U.S.-Coalition training base at At Tanf, three U.S. defense officials confirmed to CNN Tuesday.
A top executive suddenly dropping off the radar would be alarming for any company. But in China, it's become a disturbingly familiar situation.
Singaporean leader Lee Hsien Loong's siblings have launched a stunning public broadside against their elder brother, accusing him of misusing his power and influence over government to drive a personal agenda.
The Australian government has agreed to pay detainees on Manus Island more than $70 million (US$52.75 million) in the "largest settlement in a human rights class-action" in the country's history.
The head of a deal-hungry Chinese insurer that recently held talks with the Kushner family over a New York office tower is reported to have been detained by Chinese authorities.
American college student Otto Warmbier has landed back in the United States after more than 17 months in detention in North Korea.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis confirmed Wednesday that President Donald Trump has given him the authority to make decisions about how many US troops are deployed to Afghanistan without first having to get formal agreement from the White House.
As multiple investigations into Russian involvement in the 2016 elections hang like a cloud over Washington, the current US political drama often reads like a spy novel.
Time Inc. will eliminate 300 positions through layoffs and buyouts, it announced Tuesday.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told lawmakers on Tuesday that the current U.S. policy of diplomatic engagement with Cuba, put in place by the Obama administration, financially benefits the Cuban government and doesn't comply with U.S. laws.
A preschool assistant detained for being radicalized is the first woman in Singaporean history to be taken in on radicalization charges, according to the Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Sears Canada warned Tuesday that it's running out of cash and could soon go out of business if it doesn't find a financial lifeline.
Heavy overnight rains triggered a series of landslides Tuesday in southeast Bangladesh, killing at least 133 people and injuring many more, officials said.
The European Court of Human Rights has given a last-minute reprieve to the family of a severely ill baby boy.
The European Union is preparing the ground for a raid on one of the crown jewels of British business.
Brexit negotiations will begin next week despite the Conservative Party's stinging election performance last week, Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed on Tuesday.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has slammed the isolation of Qatar, likening the diplomatic stranglehold of the small but wealthy peninsula by neighboring Gulf countries to "a death sentence."
Could sport be the solution to tensions on the Korean peninsula? South Korean President Moon Jae-in apparently thinks so.
A cholera outbreak in war-torn Yemen continues to spread at a rapid pace. Over 124,000 cases have been recorded as of Tuesday, with 923 people -- a quarter of them children -- dead in the current outbreak, the United Nations Children's Fund said in a statement Tuesday.
One of British Prime Minister Theresa May's predecessors has warned that her plan to stay in power after losing her parliamentary majority risks the "fragile" peace in Northern Ireland.
The bodies of the three US soldiers killed in an apparent insider attack in Afghanistan returned to American soil on Monday.