Kraft voluntarily recalled 36,000 cases of Kraft Singles American and White American pasteurized prepared cheese product due to a choking hazard, the company said Friday.
Meet three-year-old James Tufts, who's running to become the youngest mayor of Dorset, Minnesota.
Oregon Congressman Earl Blumenauer's federal "Clean Slate" act is gaining traction at the nation's capitol.
The bill would allow anyone charged with a federal pot crime to clear their record if what they did is now legal under state law.
A Virginia woman is in jail facing several charges, after Bedford County investigators say she tied up and beat a man she lured to a home for sex.
A reportedly pricy haircut for Hillary Clinton has stirred social media anger, and experts say the story gives new ammunition to critics who attempt to paint the former secretary of state as a rich, out-of-touch liberal who plays by her own rules.
A team of doctors at Penn Medicine and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia successfully performed the world’s first double hand transplant on a child.
The day you’ve awaited is finally here, those who hold childhood memories dear. Readers young and old, come take a look, at Dr. Seuss’ new picture book. But how can it be? Didn’t he pass away? Well, his long-lost gem is published this day.
Anti-abortion rallies are planned in more than 60 cities Tuesday in the wake of the release of secretly recorded videos that show Planned Parenthood Federation of America officials discussing fees charged for donated fetal tissue, but activists on both sides of the abortion debate agree the current conflict is about much more than just what was caught on camera.
When someone says "Once in a Blue Moon," you know what they mean: Rare, seldom, even absurd.
This year it means "the end of July."