The story goes that a woman decided to punish her cheating partner by heaping hot pepper on his chicken. It ended up tasting really good, and now the popularity of Nashville Hot Chicken is spreading.
The $5 billion Shanghai company was the third financial firm to collapse in China since December. “Every time I take a bite of food,” says an investor who lost everything, “I feel I am wasting money.”
In Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar, a merchant calls it the worst tourist season in nearly four decades. Terrorism fears and a travel ban by Russia, an important source of tourists, are keeping visitors away.
The president says he hopes to meet Mari Copeny on May 4 when he goes to Flint. She wrote to tell him about her activism on behalf of children affected by the city’s contaminated water.
Republican Gov. Bill Haslam signed a law allowing mental health counselors to refuse to treat patients based on religious objections. Critics say the measure discriminates against LGBT people.
The campaign says it no longer needs so many staff for the remaining contests left on the calendar, but the move could be a sign of trouble.
The New York billionaire’s speech was short on specifics, but was more subdued and serious than often seen on the campaign trail, a sign of Trump’s attempt to project a presidential tone.
Mike DeWine said investigators discovered “commercial” marijuana-growing operations at some of the murder sites. Eight members of the same family were found dead at four homes in Pike County, Ohio.
The president spoke about Prince’s death during a press conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron.
China’s campaign directed toward female government workers is meant to show how romancing a handsome foreigner might lead to espionage.
McDonald’s is super popular in Israel — the chain even offers potato-starch buns for Passover. But now McD’s is fighting back against government accusations that it’s “junk food.”
These stories are good for sharing any day, but they must be shared today, in honor of The Purple One’s passing.
Complaints from patient groups and increased regulatory oversight appear to be leading to changes in the way some marketplace health plans cover expensive drugs.
Earth Day brings everything from special Google Doodles and beautiful views of our planet to the historic signing of an international climate agreement.
That’s not one of the four questions asked at the Seder, but it’s a good question — and there’s a timely answer.