KFC is apologizing to customers in the UK and Ireland -- after running out of chicken and shutting down more than half of its 900 stores. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.
As fashion and politics clashed in Milan, Giorgio Armani offered a remedy for the violent tones surfacing in his native Italy's divisive election campaign by rejecting shock in fashion shows
The International Olympic Committee has delayed a decision whether to reinstate Russia to the Pyeonghchang Olympics until the day of the closing ceremony
A long-running dispute between Ohio and federal officials over dredging Cleveland's harbor appear to be over, but the next challenge is getting rid of more than 1.2 million tons of sediment dredged each year from seven other ports along Lake Erie.
Facebook has apologized for featuring a virtual-reality game called Bullet Train —in which players shoot people at a train station—in its booth at the Conservative Political Action Conference, USA Today reports. Bullet Train was just one of a number of violent games featured at the Facebook booth. "In light...
Billionaire Warren Buffett says encouraging CEOs to pursue acquisitions is a bit like encouraging a "ripening teenager to be sure to have a normal sex life."
This week in odd news: Bicyclist blames Waze for directing him into Lincoln Tunnel; 11-year-old Pennsylvania Boy Scout called for jury duty; Student calls 911 from school, says he was sleepwalking; Nothing to see here! Police clear T-Rex walking student
Delta and United Airlines are cutting ties with the National Rifle Association, the latest in major companies to do so following the deadly shooting at a Florida high school earlier this month.
A New York man says he kicked Chevy Chase in self-defense after the actor-comedian climbed into a vehicle and tried to punch him during a profanity-laced traffic dispute
"It does like the peak is behind us now," CBS News quotes Dr. Dan Jernigan as saying. But the director of the CDC's Influenza Division says that doesn't mean we're out of the woods yet, warning there's still "a fair amount of influenza to go." Jernigan says this flu season,...
When John Quincy Adams was not yet president but secretary of state, he ordered that 200 copies of the Declaration of Independence be made, as the then-40-year-old calfskin document was already becoming tough to read. And so it was done, with the copies—thought to be made over a two-year...
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it "worked diligently" with officials to inform the public on flooding risks from Houston reservoirs that ended up inundating thousands of homes during Hurricane Harvey
A fallen soldier's letter from World War I that was discovered in France touched authorities so much they launched a successful search for the fallen soldier's living relatives
One of President Donald Trump's family businesses is battling an effort to physically evict its team of executives from a luxury hotel in Panama where they manage operations