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You Can Now Fulfill Your Pumpkin Spice Cravings Earlier Than Ever
With several weeks left until the start of Fall, pumpkin spice lattes and flavored foods are returning to stores in August.
Video Shows Dunkin' Employee Dropping Donuts, Then Putting Them up for Sale
Video showing a Dunkin' Donuts employee dropping a tray of donuts on the floor and then putting it back on a display rack for sale has been turning eyes -- and stomachs -- on Facebook. The incident was recorded last November at a Dunkin' Donuts franchise in Mendon, Massachusetts, according to Liam
Democrats Stage Gun Control Sit-In on House Floor
The sit-in by Democrats halted business in Congress for more than 17 hours.
The Sit-In Survival Guide: Pillows, Pizza and Pastries
Congressional Democrats descended upon the House floor late Wednesday morning waging a sit-in to protest GOP inaction on gun violence. Several hours later, well into Thursday morning, these lawmakers remains camped out on the floor -- but they were not without their comforts. Many representatives
Maryland Suspect in Custody After 3 Deadly Shootings
At. 1115 today. Or my patrol officers. Was patrolling the area of Montgomery mall and came upon a shooting scene where three individuals had been shot. To. Two male victims one female victim. The armed. One of the male victims is deceased. The other male victim is in grave condition. That female
Patriots, Tom Brady have suffered enough: Let the QB play Week 1
The Tom Brady ruling came down like two tons of bricks Monday , and somewhere in Maine ol' Judge Berman spit out his free coffee. That would be Richard Berman, the U.S. district judge who had ruled that Roger Goodell "dispensed his own brand of industrial justice" in suspending Brady, the New
Best Breakfast Meals for Those in a Hurry
ABC News' Dave Zinczenko shares some ways to keep your quick morning meal healthier.
Arizona coach Sean Miller sweated through his shirt so much he had to change at halftime
Early in his team's NCAA tournament game against the 11th-seeded Wichita State Shockers, Arizona Wildcats coach Sean Miller looked like this: Not 10 minutes in, though Yes, be it his No. 6-seeded team's struggles or the air inside Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island , Miller was so
The Note: What Mini-Tuesday Meant
NOTABLES --ANALYSIS -- RICK KLEIN: Ohio just might have stirred something up that can only be settled back in Ohio. But it’s the chaos before Republicans convene this summer in Cleveland that could be working in Donald Trump’s favor until then. In the meantime, Trump’s march to the nomination
Clinton on Potential Battle With Trump: 'I've Been Standing Up to Bullies My Entire Life'
As five states hold primary elections today, Hillary Clinton weighed in on what a potential matchup between her and Donald Trump would look like in a general election, saying she is “not a bit” concerned about the personal attacks he might wage. “Look, I’ve been standing up to bullies my entire