She’s a Supreme Court justice. A graduate of Columbia Law School. A cultural and feminist icon. And now she’s the inspiration for Samuel Adams beer.
United says the carrier is working to "build the world's most inclusive airline."
A supermarket employee shared a photo of the coupon, which has "no expiration date."
Chick-fil-A is responding to recent accusations of donating money to organizations that are accused of harboring anti-LGBTQ views, claiming that those reports are “driving an inaccurate narrative.”
Two men in Nebraska stumbled upon a “gift sent from the heavens” among the tragedy and destruction caused by recent flooding in the Midwest.
The animal is believed to have died from a lack of oxygen sometime during the nearly 11-hour flight
Anheuser-Busch is once again delivering water to victims of natural disasters.
Virgin Australia is being scolded by the angry mom of a 9-year-old boy who was forced to sleep in an airport lounge after his flight was diverted.
The woman, identified as a California hairdresser named “Yin,” was bilked out of $273,000 by a man she met on Match.com.
The tourist, who was not identified, reportedly escaped with only cuts and bruises.
This Wednesday, participating locations within her majesty’s queendom will be handing out free small vanilla soft-serve cones as part of Dairy Queen’s annual “Free Cone Day” promotion.
“People say that I wanted to be a black woman, and that I wanted to switch races and stuff just because I’m tanning, but I don’t really care,” said Hannah Tittensor, a 22-year-old student from Belfast. “These people don’t actually know me.”
Tom Watson, deputy leader of the Labour party, wrote a letter to McDonald’s U.K. CEO Paul Pomroy, urging him to cancel the campaign.
The campaign, which was centered around Cadbury’s Freddo’s Treasure’s chocolates, suggested that customers go on a “real treasure hunting adventure” at historical sites.
He was said to have told the train operator that he wanted to save his fellow travelers.
General Mills isn't beating around the four-leaf-clover bush anymore.
A Chili’s in Florida is in hot water with OSHA.
The two juveniles are likely on the hook for burglary and grand theft.
“Until further notice, if you are scheduled, assigned, or reassigned a pairing into Venezuela, refuse the assignment," the union's statement read, in part.
A couple of mayors in Iceland fear tourists might be giving their towns the cold shoulder — and they suggest that Google is to blame.