This Is How Much Halloween Candy It Would Take To Actually Kill You
The helpful science folks behind the YouTube channel Reaction decided to tackle this age-old mystery in a recent video. How many would you think? Maybe a thousand Snickers bars? Wrong. Way less!
How a Spilled Soda Grounded an American Airlines Flight
As if air travel isn't stressful enough, imagine some rogue ginger ale sending your flight into chaos.
Here's How the USDA Would Be Affected by Trump's Proposed Budget Cuts
Concerns are running high that everyone from farm workers to seniors could see their resources dwindle under the new budget.
Will Nestlé's Wood-Based Water Bottles Really Help the Environment?
The goal is to achieve an entirely petroleum-free bottle in just six years.
Texas Senator Wants People to Stop Getting Drunk at the Dentist's Office
Yes, some dentists' offices do currently allow patients to get their fade on in the waiting room.
Philly's Soda Tax Is Working So Well that Pepsi Is Laying Off Workers
In its first month, the 1.5 cent tax on each ounce of soda raised double the money that the city had expected it to.
The Dalai Lama Says He Cured Mongolia Of Alcoholism by Promoting Horse Milk
Should we all get super jacked on horse milk instead of vodka-tonics, or is this claim a little dubious?
Wendy's Is About to Make Ordering Burgers Easier for People Who Hate People
Wendy’s expects to have the kiosks in more than 1,000 stores by the end of the year, giving customers the option of skipping human interaction when ordering burgers and fries.
This Pizza Chain Is Flying NYC Water to Africa to Make Authentic Dough
Apparently New York tap water has a certain something that just can’t be replicated.
Donald Trump Eats Dry-Ass Steak with Ketchup. Sad!
On Saturday night, Trump went out for a meal at BLT Prime, a steakhouse in Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC. What happened next shocked the world.
College Kid Swarmed by Cops with Tasers After Falling for Pizza Scam on Twitter
A lot of accounts offering similar deals are still out there, and they seem to go under Twitter handles that are some sort of variation of “Pizza Plug.”
Boston Bars Are Considering Banning Glassware Due to Frequent, Violent Bar Fights
A series of assaults with bar glasses and beer bottles has led the Boston Liquor Licensing Board to consider requiring bars where there have been repeated offenses of “glassing” and glassware-related assault to use plastic cups.