Chinese President Xi Jinping challenged cities to come up with creative solutions to avoid food waste.
Can an employer legally fire someone for refusing to wear a specific political message? The answer is: maybe.
The Michelin-starred Fordwich Arms allegedly wouldn't move his booking or return his £660 deposit despite the tragic circumstances.
The puzzling, ugly design would be fine—had an actual plane not crashed into an ice cream shop a block away, killing 22 people and injuring 28.
Prohibited items of clothing included baggy clothing, "athletic attire," "jerseys except on game days for Baltimore teams," and work boots.
Plus, cleaning out your old Tupperware collection could spark joy—and cash.
"I’ve been the subject of an abusive witch hunt by a not-for-profit organisation who are anti-abuse," the owner wrote on Facebook.
When the manager told them that dogs weren’t allowed, the pair claimed to be FBI agents.
The restaurant is offering $200 to anyone who can return the cacti or provide details about their whereabouts.
The Hornet is not a drive-thru, but three drivers this year have thought otherwise.
Whoever wanted to look into the lifeless eyes of this classic killer was quickly thwarted by the groundswell of citizen engagement.
"You may have noticed a message from our neighbor in the window making derogatory claims..."