[Click here to view the video in this article] Now that IHOP has helped solve your dilemma between pancakes and omelets, the International House of Pancakes is out to satisfy all your flat cake cravings when its beloved National Pancake Day arrives on 27 February 2018.
The mayor of a Japanese town close to the Misawa Airbase, stationing US warplanes, has called for the grounding of American F-16 fighter jets.
People take great pride in the way their computers look, and hardcore Windows users love playing with light themes, dark themes, and desktop backgrounds.
Peeps’ marshmallow chicks are arriving in eight new and interesting flavors including ‘Sour Cherry’ (available at most grocery stores), ‘Pancakes & Syrup’ (available only at Kroger stores), ‘Neapolitan’ with chocolate and strawberry filling (available at Target), as well as the fudge-dipped ‘Lemon Sherbet’ and ‘Orange Sherbet’ (available at Target).
Amadeus has created a dedicated NDC innovation program to help advance adoption of the IATA XML-based data transmission standard and spur innovation.
Do as they say, not as they do. After every mass shooting, a portion of this country insists the real problem is that there aren’t enough guns.
Don Jr. makes a big overseas trip that’s “strictly business”—selling access in the most blatant way imaginable.
The despicable attacks against the Parkland shooting survivors are part of a long tradition of right-wing conspiracy theories.
Our president must be restrained before he does the same thing for North Korea. Pressure is mounting as the Trump administration continues to refuse to reveal its legal justification for bombing Syria in April 2017, despite increased scrutiny from Democratic senators and a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.
A new complaint claims the House of Mouse is holding its $1,000 bonuses hostage. When Donald Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act into law, he touted the legislation as a financial boon for American labor.
The film tells the wrenching stories of wrongly convicted men and women. "The criminal justice system is broken," Jeffrey Deskovic, an executive producer of the new documentary "Survivor's Guide to Prison," told AlterNet in a phone interview.
Meanwhile, "Stranger Things" star fulfills his promise to dance with penguins. Actor and activist Javier Bardem was on hand Tuesday at the screening of rare film footage taken of the Antarctic seabed as part of a global campaign to create an Antarctic Ocean Sanctuary, which at 1.8 million square kilometers would be the largest protected area on Earth.
The public-private partnerships Trump proposes are a sick neoliberal joke. President Trump presented his infrastructure plan last week.
New ACLU publication looks at how "debt collection industry uses prosecutors and judges as weapons against millions of Americans who can't afford to pay their bills." Threatened with arrest for a case involving a few dollars in debt held by a collection agency?
The NRA isn't the only enemy. Dozens of students who survived last week’s school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida have arrived in Tallahassee to push for new gun control measures.
Only 534 of the state's 68,000 pot growers are licensed. The vast majority of California's marijuana growers have yet to move into the state's new legal regulatory framework, leaving big questions looming around whether they can survive in the brave new world of legal weed, whether a substantial illicit market will remain, and whether that anticipated tax revenue windfall will actually materialize.
The biggest fashion stage in the U.S. still celebrates fur—yet other parts of the world are moving away from it.
His 1. It snowed! We haven’t gotten much snow this year so we were really excited to have a snow day.
Image via McDonald’s Australia Breakfast isn’t just the most important meal, it’s often perceived as the best one.
Anytime Oghenefega Otitifore, an engineer living in Okearo, needs to withdraw cash, she does not bother going to the ATM.