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Greenpeace says brands refusing to reveal palm oil sources
Greenpeace says household brands including PepsiCo and Johnson & Johnson are refusing to disclose where they get their palm oil from despite vows to stop buying from companies that cut down tropical forests to grow the widely used commodity
Skier Gus Kenworthy returns to the Winter Olympics, this time as the 2nd openly gay athlete for the US team
For as long as he can remember, Olympic freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy hauled around with him something far weightier than poles and skis: a secret he kept even from the people he loved most. When he took the chairlift up to the top of the Slopestyle event at the Sochi Winter Games in 2014, it was
'Tide Pod challenge' spawns culinary trend: Tasty (and safe-to-eat) 'Tide Pod' donuts
The dangerous "Tide Pod challenge" has inspired a culinary trend: Tide pod donuts. The "Tide Pod challenge" is a social media-fueled trend, which involves typically teenagers eating the single-load laundry detergent packet. The detergent is not for human consumption. Inspired by the alarming trend,
Tide denies plan to discontinue liquid packets despite risky 'pod challenge'
The maker of Tide liquid laundry packets denied suggestions that it will discontinue the product because of the dangerous online “Pods Challenge” in which participants record themselves with the item in their mouths. “It's a complete hoax,” the Proctor & Gamble brand tweeted just before midnight in
Apple's Tim Cook and Malala team up to fight for girls' education
Malala and Apple's Cook join forces to help every girl "choose her own future."
Procter & Gamble launches safety campaign to combat viral 'Tide pod challenge'
The makers of Tide pods have launched a new safety campaign, as the number of calls to poison control centers increases over the past few weeks.
Teens consuming laundry detergent pods in viral 'challenge'
A new online challenge that involves teens putting Tide laundry-detergent pods in their mouths is raising concerns among experts. “Teens trying to be funny are now putting themselves in danger by ingesting this dangerous substance,” Ann Marie Buerkle, acting chairman of the U.S. Consumer Product
From Hollywood to the palace: Meghan Markle before fame, meeting Prince Harry
Before she starred on the show "Suits" and later met her fiance Prince Harry, Meghan Markle grew up in southern California.
Papa John's says anthem protests are hurting deal with NFL
Executives from Papa John's, the official pizza company of the NFL, expressed disappointment on a conference call Wednesday about the league's ongoing player protests during the national anthem. "The NFL has hurt us," company founder and CEO John Schnatter said. "We are disappointed the NFL and its
Paul George has arrived in OKC; now Thunder have a year to convince him to stay
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Paul George was the last person to step off a private jet sent by Oklahoma City Thunder owner Clay Bennett to fly George and his family from Los Angeles to Oklahoma City. The 6-foot-9 forward ducked his head under the doorway and adjusted the brand new Thunder hat he'd worn on the