Dunkin' Brands Group Inc. (DNKN) on Thursday reported fourth-quarter profit of $52.5 million.
Swedish truck maker AB Volvo has posted a fourth-quarter loss of 3 billion kronor ($364 million), compared with a 548 million-kronor surplus last year, in the face of weak demand for construction equipment.
The search continues for the missing in the Taiwan plane crash. A massive data hack exposes millions. And the measles outbreak could prompt changes in California
During a "Family Reunion" conference hosted by the Hispanic Leadership Network in April 2013, Jeb Bush spoke freely on the promise immigrants hold for America and his views on reform.
Obama campaign adviser David Axelrod lied about a racial comment that Mitt Romney allegedly made to President Obama in his 2012 election night concession call, a Romney aide claims.
Japan's biggest showcase of ice and snow sculptures opened in Sapporo with movie-themed creations alongside more traditional settings.
A man dangled upside down in a narrow chute for 18 hours after becoming trapped inside of a rail tanker car, firefighters said.
The Labor Department reports its first estimate for productivity in the fourth quarter.
The Commerce Department reports on the U.S. trade deficit for December.
With more than 1,000 UNESCO World Heritage Sites out there waiting to be explored, most travelers can claim to having seen at least a couple of them, whether it's the Great Pyramids of Egypt, Venice, Italy, or the Grand Canyon in Arizona.
The U.S. Labor Department reports on the number of people who applied for unemployment benefits last week.
Kiev will ask the Hague tribunal to investigate alleged "crimes against humanity" in the conflict in eastern Ukraine, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko announced Monday.
Philippines security forces killed one of the FBI's most wanted terrorists during an otherwise disastrous mission in the south of the country last month, DNA tests indicate.
An attorney said Wednesday that it was his client who found Bobbi Kristina Brown face-down in a bathtub last week and called 911, not Brown's partner.
While vacationing in Burma in 2012, 74-year-old Allan Lokos and his wife Susanna were onboard a flight bound for a small tourist village when the pilot misjudged the landing and came short of the runway. The plane was engulfed in flames and the native New Yorkers were forced to go through the fire to have a chance at survival.