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Cows have long been the stars of Wisconsin's dairy industry, but goats and sheep will share a bigger portion of the spotlight when the World Championship Cheese Contest begins Tuesday in Madison.
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The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority and local officials announced the color-change commemoration Friday, in partnership with Tourism Ireland and Irish celebrity Sybil Mulcahy.
President Obama Friday hailed U.S.-Irish relations, as he celebrated St. Patrick's Day, two days early, with Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny.
A line of electronic wristbands used as pedometers and sleep monitors were recalled this week because skin reactions.
Michelle Obama said Friday that a new focus of her anti-childhood obesity effort will be to help people cook more of their meals at home because they're healthier.
In an incident where nothing can be ruled out, is it a surprise that some relatives of the passengers on missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 are hoping it is a hijacking? To some it is a far-fetched conspiracy theory, and to others, it represents the only scenario that leaves open the possibility of seeing their loved ones alive.
Air Force Tech. Sgt. David Simpson retired last year, while his German shepherd, Robby, remained in service, reports FOX13 in Tampa.
On the weekend of May 9-11 at the luxurious bed and breakfast Stonover Farms in Lenox, Massachusetts, women will gather for the inn's second annual women's retreat .
When the tsunami smashed the seafood processing factory where Shoichi Sato was working, he lost his job but eventually found a new life.
An esteemed, Academy Award-winning actor finally has an action figure of himself that he can place on his mantle that sizes up to his statuette named "Oscar."
The Harper government is preparing in a big way to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War at the same time as it faces the human toll of its own vastly smaller military adventure.
A group of Midwest vegetable farmers has failed to convince Monsanto to reformulate an herbicide that could become widely used.
The suits allege that McDonald's has forced employees to work off the clock, not paid them overtime and struck hours off their time cards.
President Obama and other lawmakers will celebrate St. Patrick's Day early this year, welcoming Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny to Washington on Friday.
Lt. Garlin Murl Conner left the U.S. Army as the second-most decorated soldier during World War II, earning four Silver Stars, four Bronze Stars, seven Purple Hearts and the Distinguished Service Cross for his actions during 28 straight months in combat.