Nabisco released a new popping Oreo.
A new advertisement for Dove is sparking up controversy on social media after the company started touting its body positive soap bottles.
A man who was arrested in 2015 for breaking into his mother's home and taking her posole stew has had his charges dropped, The Associated Press reports.
Los Angeles International Airport is opening its separate terminal for first and business class travelers May 15.
Pepe the Frog, an online character that had become a symbol of the alt-right, has been killed off by its creator, the BBC reports.
A strange flavor of soda is strangely popular.
A Pennsylvania man who wanted to scare opossums from his property with fire ended up destroying his home, Yahoo News reports.
Two pet alligators were discovered in a home after the tenants were evicted.
The End Brooklyn claims Starbucks stole its idea for the "Unicorn Frappucchino," which was introduced by the coffee giant last month.
The Yakima Police Department is debunking a viral message going around on Facebook saying police encourage people to break someone’s car window when they see a child or dog in the car.
A woman attending a St. Louis Cardinals baseball game at Busch Stadium was struck by a stray bullet inside the ballpark Tuesday, police told the Associated Press and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
The Richland High School mascot made a national list for Buzzfeed’s list of “25 High School Mascots That’ll Make You Say, ‘Wait, What?’”
A New York City man is paying tribute to his baseball-loving friend by flushing his ashes down the toilets in America's ballparks.
What would you do if you lost your best friend?
Twenty-five people were arrested in Portland, Oregon Monday after May Day protests turned violent and demonstrators threw objects, Pepsi cans among them, at police.
An Arizona woman found a note inside a purse purchased from her local Walmart from a Chinese "prisoner," KVOA reports.
Fast food-giant McDonald's introduced its new "Frork" Monday.
Rapper Eminem is suing New Zealand's governing party for using what he says was an unlicensed version of his hit song "Lose Yourself" in a 2014 campaign advertisement.
New York-based Troll Cakes Bakery and Detective Agency will charge you $35 to send internet trolls a taste of their own vitriol in cake form, UPI reports.
A mansion built in 1887 costs more to renovate than it's worth.
A former student at UC Berkeley is returning this summer to lead "The Linguistics of 'Game of Thrones' and the Art of Language Invention," in which students will learn the fictional "Dothraki" language from the hit HBO series.
In an Associated Press story published Monday, it was revealed that President Trump has been given a red button he can push every time he would like to request a soda.
Despite Blockbuster Video going bankrupt in 2010 and seemingly closing its last 300 stores in 2013, nine of the remaining 12 stores are owned and operated in Alaska.
For $425, Nordstrom's new jeans will give the perception you do dirty hard work for a living.