Powerball officials announced on Thursday, May 16, that the jackpot prize for the next lotto draw has hit $550 million--the second largest in Powerball history and the third largest in American lottery.
After a lengthy investigation authorities in China have broken up a counterfeit condom production ring, arresting dozens of people connected to the ring and seizing well over 4 million of the fake condoms, police announced on Tuesday.
A new study shows that the number of illegal downloads of video games have been overestimated.
Taco Bell is taking taco eating to a whole new level. The fast food chain has recently confirmed that they have started market testing its new Waffle Taco as part of its breakfast menu.
The Justice Department's controversial decision to seize phone records of Associated Press journalists was just one element in a sweeping U.S. government investigation into media leaks about aYemen-based plot to bomb a U.S. airliner, government officials said on Wednesday.
According to new research, 5,879 letter carriers were attacked by dogs in 2012 and Los Angeles, where 69 incidents were reported, led the list of America's "vicious" cities.
The report showed the nation's largest airlines were on-schedule 79.9 percent of the time in March, down from 82.2 percent during the same period in 2012.
It appears that more Hispanic and Latino consumers in the U.S. are leaning towards buying Japanese cars, according the latest reports.
The family that founded Homex, Mexico's second-biggest homebuilder, has cut its stake in the company by more than a third in a month, according to a regulatory filing on Tuesday.
Burger King has introduced its BK Rib sandwich, which, like the McRib, features a boneless patty doused with tangy sauce. The meat fillet is layered between sweet bread and butter pickles.
Everybody knows Bill Gates: the genius, the philanthropist, the computer mogul. But people have yet to see Mr. Gates as a friend up close and personal.
The Associated Press said on Monday the U.S. government secretly seized telephone records of AP offices and reporters for a two-month period in 2012, describing the acts as a "massive and unprecedented intrusion" into news-gathering operations.
News of the trio's arrival comes just days after the fast food chain announced it would be saying good-bye to its line of Angus Third Pounders, removing the premium burgers from its regular menu.
Shape-Up Sneakers by Skechers a few years ago claimed to help customers lose weight and tone their legs, buttocks and abdominal muscles. Due to lack of scientific proof, however, Sketchers was charged with false advertising.
It seems that Saturday night's Powerball lottery draws didn't make anyone a multi-millionaire.