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McDonald's Mega Potato Fries Most Caloric Item on Menu in Japan
McDonald's is taking the phrase "Do you want fries with that?" to a new level in Japan, effectively asking customers, "Do you want a whole lot of fries with that?" with their new "Mega Potato" item.
Hillary Clinton Book, for Now Called 'New Memoir,' Due Out in June 2014
Hillary Clinton's yet-to-be titled memoir will debut in June 2014, and will offer "candid reflections about the key moments during her time as Secretary of State."
Snapple Co-Founder Dies: Leonard Marsh, 80, Started as Window Washer
Leonard Marsh, the co-founder of the Snapple beverage brand, died Tuesday at his Manhasset, N.Y. home. He was 80.
Strip Searched During Exam, Students Were Suspected of Cheating Via Cellphone
A school staff allegedly strip searched 28 high school students to find a cellphone during a year-end exam, sparking an internal investigation of the incident.
Russia 8.2 Quake Rocks Far East Region, Prompts Tsunami Warning
Russia was hit with a magnitude 8.2 quake Friday that sent tremors as far as Japan and prompted tsunami warnings.
Airport Shuttle Crash With Tractor-Trailer Injures 16 in Atlanta
At least 16 people were injured Friday morning when an airport shuttle crashed into the side of a tractor-trailer at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta.
Marijuana Is Most Often Linked to Crime in US, Drug Czar Claims
The drug most often linked to crime in the United States is marijuana, U.S. Drug Czar Gil Kerlikowske said Thursday. Kerlikowske's claim stemmed from a recent study conducted by his office that involved arrested individuals in five major U.S. cities.
Rubbing Alcohol as Scotch, Dirty Water Served in NJ Bars, Says Report
New Jersey’s Operation Swill investigation, which claims that bars replaced premium liquor with cheap booze, got even more damning for bartenders and owners. Officials revealed Friday that some bars replaced scotch with rubbing alcohol and gave dirty water to customers.
Used Computer: $116,000 Starting Bid for an Original Apple-1
An original Apple-1 computer is being auctioned off in Cologne, Germany this Saturday for $116,000. Apple-1 computers have been sold for anywhere between $374,500 last June and a record $640,000 last November.
Fired For Word 'Negro,' NYC Teacher Fights To Get Her Job Back
An African American teacher at a high school in the Bronx claims she was fired for using the word "negro" in Spanish class.
California Earthquake, Aftershocks Rattle Northern Parts of State
An earthquake that struck Northern California and sent tremors to two other states claimed no lives Thursday, but damaged a water tank that supplies hundreds of homes with drinking water, according to local authorities.
Memorial Day Weekend 2013: How to Save on Gas
The price of gas this weekend just got a bit higher, like it does every Memorial Day Weekend, and AAA predicts fewer Americans will be on the road this 2013 holiday.
Tim Curry Stroke: 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' Star Stricken at Home
British actor Tim Curry is recovering after suffering a major stroke Thursday night at his home in Los Angeles.
Samsung Ad Sexist? 'Evolution Kit' Promo Slammed by Men (Video)
A new ad for Samsung that paints males as nothing but stupid, dirty, unintelligent couch potatoes has men everywhere calling the commercial "vile" and "sexist."
NOAA Hurricane Forecast: 6 Atlantic Storms Stronger Than Sandy This Summer
The Atlantic Ocean could experience as many as six major hurricanes this summer more powerful than Super Storm Sandy, according the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
JFK in Diary Admired Nazi Germany and Hitler, Book Claims
John F. Kennedy's pre-war diary revealed an apparent secret admiration for the Nazi regime and Adolf Hitler, claims a new book that discloses once secret journal entries made by the former president while he was a young man touring Germany in 1937.
Parking Deck Collapses at Mall; One Worker Killed, Another Injured
One construction worker was killed and another rushed to a Baltimore hospital Thursday after 50,000 pounds of concrete collapsed in a parking garage at Westfield Montgomery mall, according to police and fire officials.
McDonald's Free Burgers for Charles Ramsey Now Being Served for a Year
Charles Ramsey, the hero and McDonald's enthusiast who helped in the rescue of the Ohio kidnap victims earlier this month, can now enjoy free food from his favorite fast food restaurant for the next year.
'S.W.A.T.' star dies: Steve Forrest Known For Lt. Hondo Harrison Role
Steve Forrest, star of the television show 'S.W.A.T.', died Saturday at age 87 in Thousand Oaks, Calif. He was known for his portrayal of Lt. Hondo Harrison on the popular 1970s crime drama.
Mother Forced Daughter, 14, Into Child Porn, Gets 40 Years in Prison
A NH woman who sexually exploited her 14-year-old daughter to produce child pornography was sentenced Thursday to 40 years in prison.
iPhone 5S in Multiple Colors To Be Coming With Low-Cost Versions?
Apple is rumored to be considering multicolored iPhones when it launches its new 5S and low-cost versions in the coming months.
Trump Lawsuit Verdict: 'Complete, Total Victory' Over 87-Year-Old Widow
Donald Trump says he won a "complete and total victory" in Chicago federal court after jurors sided with him Thursday in a civil trial where an 87-year-old woman accused him of cheating her in a Chicago condo deal.
Soldier Killed in London Attack Causes Britain to Brace for Copycat Violence
After a young British soldier was brutally killed on Wednesday in London, Britain is bracing for clashes with right-wing extremists and possible copycat terror attacks.
Glen Campbell Album Coming Soon As Legend's Alzheimer's Progresses
Emmy-winning country legend Glen Campbell, who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, has a new album coming soon and just finished an international tour as he prepares to wrap up his stellar career on his terms.
Dad Who Drowned Sons Gets Death Sentence in Texas
Naim Rasool Muhammad was sentenced to death Thursday after being convicted of drowning his two sons, 5-year-old Naim and 3-year-old Elijah, in a Dallas-area creek in August 2011.
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