Residents of a small village in Austria will vote on whether to change the name of their town to something that they hope would be a little less popular with English-speaking tourists.
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Following backlash from vegans and frappuccino fans, Starbucks announced on its website Thursday that it will be ‘transitioning’ away from using bug dyes in its strawberry drinks.
Seventeen-year-old students in Massachusetts are going door-to-door to neighbors and lobbying local politicians, campaigning not a candidate but for their right to vote.
A substitute teacher in New Jersey's Atlantic County school district was suspended for telling a 7-year-old female student that she was “too sexy” for gym class.
Senator Marco Rubio made a trip to Colombia last weekend to attend the Summit of the Americans and was met with an outpouring of attention from Latin American officials and media alike.
President Barack Obama’s 2010 health care reform bill apparently has another critic: Congressman Barney Frank.
New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie vowed Wednesday to fight for education reform in his state, even if it means sacrificing his political career.
The FBI arrested a Texas man earlier this week for attempting to hire illegal immigrants to kill two city officials in Arlington, Texas, after the strip club he owned was shut down.
American Airlines is suing a former flight attendant for releasing confidential information about airline passengers on his blog.
Typically, original art by Andy Warhol cost thousands, if not millions, of dollars. But one man purchased his one-of-a-kind piece of Warhol art for a mere $5.
Forrest Gump ran from coast to coast in three years. Tom Denniss is trying to run around the world in two years.
Ice cream, ice cream, we all scream for ice cream! Well, maybe not anymore, now that some middle-aged hipsters in New York have called for ice cream trucks to be banned from playgrounds, parks, and other kid-friendly places.
Applying for college can be stressful for high school students. But the process could get a little easier with the help of a free app on Facebook.
A company in Turkey is using images of monstrous German dictator Adolf Hitler to sell shampoo.
This year's political robo-call wars are continuing in the South, as Alabama voters have reported receiving mysterious pro-Rick Santorum calls from an unaffiliated political action committee based in Virginia.
In Michigan's GOP battle of the robocalls, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is breaking out a key endorsement: former Pennsylvanian Sen Rick Santorum, his main Republican rival.
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum is turning to an unlikely group of people for support in Tuesday’s Republican primary in Michigan: Democrats.
Panera Bread is showing its humanitarian side by opening two more pay-what-you-want restaurants in the United States.
President Obama's 2008 campaign organization is refusing to return $4,600 in contributions it received from R. Allan Stanford, whose wealth allegedly stemmed from a $7 billion Ponzi scheme.