Kids are obsessed with YouTube unboxing videos. The toy industry is taking notice.
What started as a niche social media trend has spread to big brands like Walmart and Home Depot.
While we obsess about carbs and protein, we've ignored fiber — at our peril.
The air is getting more dangerous to breathe all over the world — and a suite of companies are hoping to capitalize with a new fashion item.
How New York state fought surprise medical bills — and won.
Pay staff more. Improve technology. And think big.
You forgot MySpace and MySpace forgot you, by losing all your stuff.
"This movement had to happen, we didn't have a choice."
The streaming revolution, which promised to break down lots of barriers in the TV industry, is beginning to morph into something else. And what it’s morphing into looks a lot more like ... traditional television.
The scandal could break down misconceptions about money, merit, and status — if Americans are willing to listen.
Why is everyone so nostalgic for messing up their bodies?
For actors in ads, relatability is everything. And that's why you see the same faces again and again.
Gray sweatpants, of course, are just sweatpants that are gray. But online, "gray sweatpants" are the equivalent of a simpering wink between the digital thirsty.
Businesses from American Airlines to American Apparel have filed for Chapter 11. Why haven't they closed?
Will Bibles designed for the Instagram generation get millennials into religion? Christian startup Alabaster expects to sell nearly $1 million worth of religious books this year.
A federal court ruled on Friday that the association could not cap the education-related scholarship packages that schools offer students.
A grand jury counted each part of the "Empire" star's report of an allegedly false hate crime separately.
It's not because of some "woke narrative."
The study lines up with other research linking weaker laws and higher levels of gun ownership to more gun deaths.
Decaf coffee's terrible reputation is outdated. So why does it persist?