Michael James "Jim" Delligatti, who created the Big Mac nearly 50 years ago, died Monday at home in Pittsburgh at the age of 98.
In a Ukrainian region near the Chernobyl nuclear disaster site, foraging for radioactive mushrooms and berries has become a good business.
The U.K.’s new polymer five pound banknote is strong, resistant to moisture, more eco-friendly and contains fat… animal fat that is.
Bottled air from New Zealand and Canada is the newest product marketed in Beijing and other smog-hit cities in China, the SCMP reports.
At least 14 fires were burning across Sevier County outside of Knoxville, NBC News reports.
It’s time for the NFL to get with the program and consider marijuana to treat football players’ injuries and pain, says former NFL safety Jack Brewer.
Disney's "Moana" cruised to the top of the box office over the weekend, clinching the second-highest Thanksgiving opening of all time.
Whether buying a gift for a friend, family member, co-worker or boss, something travel-related is usually a safe bet.
An Ethiopian ant species looks poised become a globally invasive species, disrupting ecosystems and human settlements.
The Icelandic government is taking legal steps against Iceland Foods, a U.K. retailer which owns the trademark for the word “Iceland”.
Florence Henderson, the actress who went from Broadway star to television icon when she became Carol Brady, has died.
British band Coldplay adds a second show for the Singapore leg of their "A Head Full of Dreams" tour to meet high demand.
Hotels and leisure shares have mostly outperformed the broader markets since Election Day.
Customers of the takeaway app Deliveroo were billed for food they did not order after their passwords were stolen and their accounts hacked.
The law of supply and demand has left Singapore's Coldplay fans fuming and created a thriving resale market.
Movie star Brad Pitt will not face any charges stemming from an incident on a private plane in which he was reported to have lost his temper.
A proposed class action settlement aimed at fixing millions of allegedly defective Remington rifles is “fatally flawed” and “a dysfunctional sham,” critics say.
If they're right, the average lifespan of 79 years will be a thing of the past, and humans could live for decades longer.
The tech boom, including the iPhone, generated unexpected and detrimental consequences still being sorted out, the best-selling author says.
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