Out of 345 hot dog samples tested, 14.4% were problematic in some way.
“I expected them to ask to assist me, but they just stared,” he said.
A community came together to make Emily Linneman’s dream come true.
Ham and sausage are now being placed in the same category as cigarettes and smoking.
“I try to use Star Wars in real life, that we all walk that line, between good and bad,” the collector said.
The 90-minute “Sherlock” special, “The Abominable Bride,” takes place in 1890s London.
Kellogg’s rolls out its first sweet-and-salty Pop-Tart with Maple Bacon, with more new flavors coming.
Corsicana, about 55 miles south of Dallas, received 16-and-a-half inches of rain overnight Friday.
The Polancos were able to listen to their son’s heart through a stethoscope as it beats for transplant recipient Jerry Olk.
A Facebook mobile engineer apologized for “any inconvenience this has caused.”
The man police say shot and killed 4-year-old Iliana Rose Garcia, ‘Lilly’ during a road rage fit is facing a long list of charges.
The other three victims were female students who were walking by at the time, police said.
The beer’s label says it “originated in Germany,” but it’s currently made in Saint Louis, Mo.
According to the company, 70 percent of its growth came from non-carbonated drinks in 2014.
The object will pass about 310,000 miles away from the Earth on Halloween.
The fast-food chain says it will first serve chicken that receive no antibiotics, followed by pork and beef.
They will be twice the size of a normal Kiss and feature a hazelnut center and rice crisps in the chocolate.
“Back to the Future” Day is Wednesday, and fans are tallying up the 1989 film’s predictions of life in the year 2015.
The hearings will be held later this month in Oakland, St. Louis and San Diego.
The highly anticipated sequel opens in theaters Dec. 18, with tickets going on sale now.