Climate change is bad for business, says the food giant.
The case of Daniele Watts, the "Django Unchained" actress who claimed she was a victim of racism last summer after an encounter with the Los Angeles Police Department, has ended as ridiculously as it began.
The Lakers have signed Euroleague guard Marcelo Huertas to a one-year contract, The Times confirmed Monday afternoon.
Candice Accola of "The Vampire Diaries" is expecting her first child with new hubby Joe King. The actress and the Fray rocker announced the news on Instagram on Monday, sharing a snapshot of her doodled-on baby bump and King's matching outfit. "Sometimes a Saturday is best spent painting t-shirts...
As we approach Labor Day, the old question about what unions are good for is being played out in the steel industry, where Allegheny Technologies has locked out more than 2,000 workers in an effort to extract sizable concessions on health and retirement benefits from the United Steelworkers union.
Moths genetically engineered to die young could save your slaw.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The number of Japanese nuclear reactors likely to restart in the next few years has halved, hit by legal challenges and worries about meeting tougher safety standards imposed in the wake of the Fukushima disaster, a Reuters analysis shows.
Sorry, Miley and Kanye.
California Democrats are calling on supporters in Hollywood and the Catholic Church as they push for climate change bills in the final two weeks of the legislative session.
For a time over the weekend, three powerful Category 4 hurricanes churned in the central and eastern Pacific basins at the same time, an event that is believed a meteorological first in the ocean region and another sign that the forces of El Niño are stirring up weather anomalies - and the jitters...
Travelers will be able to do something else when they get their taxes done at H&R Block: enroll in the TSA's fast-pass security screening program.
Ishmael Adams, a starting defensive back for UCLA's football team, was arrested early Monday morning on suspicion of robbery.
(Reuters) - A North Dakota oil well owned by Exxon Mobil subsidiary XTO Energy blew out on Saturday, leaking more than 550 barrels (23,100 gallons) of crude, some of which left the wellpad and seeped into surrounding grasses.
IBM is developing machine learning and AI tools for modeling Beijing’s air quality.
Though official Nielsen ratings have not been released yet, Sunday's Video Music Awards show on MTV has already set a social media record.
On Alaska trip, Obama tries to focus the nation on climate – and seeks wilderness survival tips amid a flurry of partisan attacks.
Volatility in the stock market over the last couple of weeks has caused enormous unease among investors big and small. Tens of millions of people with much of their retirement money in the market are worried about seeing a sudden plunge in prices. Many of these people will sell their stock to protect...
Former Virginia Gov. Robert McDonnell's bid to overturn his corruption conviction got a boost Friday from the Supreme Court, which granted his request to remain out of prison as his lawyers press an appeal.
Fittingly for someone so closely associated with two enduring, ongoing movies series, Wes Craven had a knack for reinvention. Known primarily as a master of horror filmmaking, as director, writer and producer, he upended the genre more than once, rewriting rules he himself had had a hand in creating.
Ben Hatke's "Little Robot" follows the friendship that develops between a lost robot and a young girl who is handy with tools.