Americans apparently have had their fill of the onetime breakfast staple, and Kellogg and other packaged-food companies are feeling the pinch.
The draconian fee is targeted at high-cost health insurance plans, but unions are balking at reducing benefits. The result may be job losses.
The much reviled Boston bomber article doubled newsstand sales for the magazine, even after some stores banned the issue.
A tampon commercial featuring a honest 12-year-old is earning rave reviews. But some critics say it's unrealistic and 'abrasive.'
About 80% support a boost to the federal baseline rate, according to a poll. One reason may be that more Americans are working low-paying jobs.
Likely the only survivor from the 1931 movie, its owner bought it for a couple dollars and left it in a closet for 30 years.
Diageo and Anheuser-Busch say they've raised prices this year, which hasn't kept Americans from slinging back the drinks.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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