Saudi Aramco CEO Amin Nasser said the world’s largest oil firm was still the most reliable oil company globally despite being attacked in September. It earned US$68 billion for the nine-month period that ended September, recording a revenue of US$244 billion and a free cash flow of US$59 billion.
The Trump administration's "gag rule" meant Planned Parenthood's Title X, the nation’s program for affordable birth control and reproductive healthcare, would lose its funding if it provided information on where and how to access healthcare.
Restaurants across France look nothing like the traditional fast-food stores.
Cadbury UK removed all words from the purple packaging of their Dairy Milk chocolate to highlight the crisis of loneliness in the UK, where research showed 225,000 elderly UK people will go a week without talking to anyone face-to-face
Spanning a wintry fortnight in Sydney, Sydney Film Festival grips the city each year, inspiring hordes of rugged-up festivalgoers to shuffle between grand city theatres, regional hubs and pop-up bars for an eclectic program that features hundreds of selections from every imaginable shade of filmmaking.
Tiger Woods powered to his first major tournament win since 2008 and captured his fifth green jacket.
Apple CEO Tim Cook announced more details of the tech giant's long-awaited move into streaming today, though he did not give details on how much the service would cost.
The marquee names joined Lionel Messi, Neymar and Conor McGregor in the top five of ESPN's World Fame 100, but the list saw only three women rank in the top hundred.
Shares in Disney were up 1.8% in after-hours trading after investors liked what they heard at the iconic company's Q1 earnings call.