VIDEO | Maker's Mark apologizes, will not dilute whiskey
Maker's Mark was considering reducing the alcohol content in its whiskey as a way to meet high demands, but due to fans' complaints, the company is changing its plans.
Climate contradiction: Less snow, more blizzards
With scant snowfall and barren ski slopes in parts of the Midwest and Northeast the past couple of years, some scientists have pointed to global warming as the culprit.
Then when a whopper of a blizzard smacked the Northeast with more than 2 feet of snow in some places earlier this month, some of the same people again blamed global warming.
How can that be? It's been a joke among skeptics, pointing to what seems to be a brazen contradiction.
Alone, together: Snowed in, in the age of hashtags
The East Coast woke up under a blanket of snow this weekend and collectively documented the experience on the myriad social and mobile inventions of the past decade. Facebook, Twitter and other technologies make it increasingly difficult to stay isolated — even if you're stuck home alone.
'Cookie Monster' sends 2nd note in sculpture theft
Police in Germany say someone dressed as the Cookie Monster has sent a second note regarding a stolen cookie sculpture — this time saying he wants to return it.
Groundhog-themed wedding celebrated in eastern Pa.
Melissa Morton and Steve Miller planned to get married in early February, so why not a Groundhog Day-themed wedding?
"We also wanted to have a wedding no one would forget," said Morton, 20.
The fun kicked off Saturday morning at a church in Tannersville. After the two were married, guests shook hands with them and a 6-foot tall groundhog. One of Morton's longtime friends, Jimmy Corbett, wore a full-size groundhog costume, which he bought on eBay.
Healthy schools: Goodbye candy and greasy snacks
Goodbye candy bars and sugary cookies. Hello baked chips and diet sodas.
The government for the first time is proposing broad new standards to make sure all foods sold in schools are more healthful, a change that would ban the sale of almost all candy, high-calorie sports drinks and greasy foods on campus.
Thousands expected for Groundhog Day festivities
Sharing festive necklaces, Punxsutawney pencils and groundhog-shaped cookies, Molly Neal brought a touch of Groundhog Day to her daughter's fifth-grade classroom.
The only thing missing was a genuine rodent. The world's most famous groundhog, Phil, will be on the job Saturday when thousands of people descend on Neal's hometown of Punxsutawney for the annual celebration of winter weather prognostication.
Women's war experiences compiled for documentary
The soldier scanned the room of well-wishers during her homecoming from a yearlong deployment to Afghanistan. She caught sight of a young girl and remarked to someone nearby how cute she was.
The veteran did not recognize her own daughter.
The story is one of thousands JulieHera DeStefano heard while compiling interviews for her documentary, "Journey to Normal: Women of War Come Home."
Coca-Cola to address obesity for first time in ads
Coca-Cola became one of the world's most powerful brands by equating its soft drinks with happiness. Now it's taking to the airwaves for the first time to address a growing cloud over the industry: obesity.
Pennsylvania gets strict on electronic device waste
A new state law requiring the recycling of computers, televisions and other electronic devices will mean a little more effort on the part of residents but a big benefit to the environment, officials say.
Pennsylvania's "Covered Device Recycling Act" goes into effect Jan. 24 and will prohibit many electronic devices from being discarded into landfills and incinerators. The law means residents will no longer be able to place their computers, monitors, keyboards, printers and a number of other electronics on the curb along with their trash for pickup.
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