NEW YORK — Coming soon to McDonald’s: Fresh beef.
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NEW YORK — Friday is National Crayon Day and Crayola says it will mark the occasion by retiring one of its colours.
Crayola says the announcement revealing which colour is getting retired will be livestreamed on Facebook on Friday morning.
BERLIN — J is not OK â€?Ã„Ã® as a name, that is, according to a Swiss court.
The Zurich administrative court said in a ruling released Tuesday it had upheld a local registry’s office decision to reject the letter as a given name in the best interests of the child, Switzerland’s 20 Minuten news website reported.
NEW YORK — Don’t mess with our stretch, United Airlines, or risk the wrath of leggings lovers.
The social media matter of The Kids in Leggings vs. United snapped to the surface Sunday. That’s when one Shannon Watts said on Twitter she had witnessed a gate agent refusing to let two girls board a flight from Denver to Minneapolis because of their leggings.
NEW YORK — Feel down about getting older? Wish your life was better? Worried about all the problems that come with age?
NEW YORK — An industry tracker says bottled water overtook soda as the No. 1 drink in the U.S. by sales volume last year.
RICHMOND, Va. — The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to back out of a lawsuit over transgender students’ bathroom access is a disappointment that will keep transgender children in limbo, said 17-year-old plaintiff Gavin Grimm, who’s become a national face of the issue.
MILWAUKEE — The national cheese spotlight this week turns to Wisconsin where else? as judges get ready to sniff, taste and touch thousands of samples in the U.S. Championship Cheese Contest.
The national contest alternates each year with the world cheese-off. Judging is Tuesday and Wednesday at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, with winners announced Thursday.
NEW YORK — Cursive writing is looping back into style in schools across the country after a generation of students who know only keyboarding, texting and printing out their words longhand.
SALE, Morocco — It is a school of last chances, both for its students and for the fading art that they are learning, stitch by stitch.