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Founder and CEO Steve Ells apologized on TODAY to those who have been sickened, and promised stringent new guidelines to protect patrons from any future health issues.
It's a mistake any parent can easily make in winter: putting your child in a car seat bundled up in their winter coat. And it could be deadly.
To bail you out of this awkward situation, we asked an expert for some professional plumbing tips.
During a break, basketballer LeBron James made sure that a special needs athlete in the stands left feeling like the star of the game.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spread some holiday cheer Friday with the release of a new family photo they plan to use for their Christmas card.
A South Carolina man who witnessed a one-car crash saw what he and others now believe was a guardian angel watching over the driver, who survived.
Dick Van Dyke turned 90 on Sunday, but the beloved film and television actor seems ageless. Just take a look at the flash mob that performed a medley of his song-and-dance routines from "Mary Poppins."
Michelle Dockery, best known for playing the widowed Lady Mary on "Downton Abbey," has suffered a devastating loss of her own. Dockery's fiancé, John Dineen, died Sunday.
The Oscar- and Grammy-winning singer is coming to North America on a tour that begins next summer.
A recent study finds that sleeping with pets actually helps some people sleep better because it gives them a sense of security — and despite what sleep experts have said for years, pets don't really disrupt our sleep.
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