The Los Angeles chapter, accused of accepting money for good ratings, gets kicked out of the organization, which is already struggling for relevance.
Some businesses shelled out plenty to comply with Mayor Bloomberg's ill-fated limits on sugary drinks.
The owner of 8 North Carolina outlets says health care will cost him a store's worth of profits. The growing burger chain -- which counts the president as a fan -- has distanced itself from that complaint.
The embattled co-host says a 'dark' tone damaged its ratings. Critics see the problem more about the messenger than the message.
A judge says inconsistent enforcement for coffee and other beverages led to the law's demise.
Positive tests in pre-employment screening have risen 5.7% since 2007. Will states with legalized marijuana see higher numbers?
The university has issued a press release trimming the amount of chocolate-hazelnut spread stolen from its dining halls.
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