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Starbucks to expand evening alcohol sales to thousands of stores
Starbucks will expand its evening alcohol and light bites menu, which includes bacon-wrapped dates and Malbec wine, to thousands of stores, Chief Operating Officer Troy Alstead said in a phone interview. The rollout, which can help boost sales, will take several years, he said.
Memorable upsets from past NCAA tournament opening weekends
This year's NCAA Tournament promises its share of surprises before the dust clears and the field of 68 is pared down to the Sweet 16. Here is a look back at some memorable upsets from the first weekend of past NCAA Tournaments.
Sailors looking out windows trump technology in jetliner search
Even in this high-tech age, the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 may rely on good luck and the oldest of sensors: the human eye.
Statistics the best guide to filling in your NCAA bracket
Nine of college basketball's past 11 champions have entered the NCAA Tournament as a No. 1 seed. Just as many have ranked high in offensive efficiency.
A 9-year-old's 'avalanche' of ailments confounds specialists
Suzanne Groah remembers feeling hopeful when the nurse hurried down the corridor of a Northern Virginia hospital in January 2013 and announced, "Bingo! We have the answer!"
Tourney talk: Breaking down the bracket on social media
Opinions on which teams deserved and didn't deserve NCAA Tournament bids are almost as varied as strategies for filling out brackets, if reaction on social media is any indication. Here's a sampling.
VIDEO: Quake rattles Los Angeles TV station
News anchors at KTLA in Los Angeles felt a magnitude 4.4 earthquake rumble beneath their studio live on the air Monday morning. The quake was centered about 15 miles west-northwest of downtown Los Angeles.
Lean Cuisine sales drop as consumers shun freezer
Nestle's Lean Cuisine is being hit by concerns that the low-calorie frozen dinners it pioneered are unhealthy and too expensive, a lethal one-two punch for a product targeted at budget-conscious dieters.
Early signing changes calculus of college football recruiting
What high schooler wants to spend a senior year worrying about where they'll go to college? And what college coach wants to endure the headaches of National Signing Day if they can nail down their top prospects in the fall?
Both genders think women are bad at basic math
A study of how both men and women perceive each other's mathematical ability finds that an unconscious bias against women could be skewing hiring decisions, widening the gender gap in mathematical professions like engineering.
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