Dr. Seuss classic 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas!' gets a sequel
The new book picks up one year after the original, and like the first, teaches a valuable lesson about the true spirit of the holiday, Dr. Seuss Enterprises and Random House Children’s Books announced Thursday.
Presidents Day: A look at some notable presidential speeches in US history
In honor of Presidents Day 2023, here are some famous presidential speeches delivered throughout American history.
Is chocolate good for you? Here's what the FDA says
While some may enjoy a few chocolates on Valentine’s Day, the FDA is weighing in on if there are health benefits.
Romance scams cost Americans $1B in 2022, a new record
Experts warn of the fraud threat as Valentine's Day approaches.
27% of consumers in relationships expect Valentine's Day spending may cause them to rack up credit card debt
Meanwhile, about 40% said they’d conceal it from their sweetheart should their Valentine’s Day spending bring on debt.
A nugget of love: Chick-fil-A brings back Valentine’s Day trays
Four trays filled with different, delicious “nuggets of love” are available for your Valentine’s Day breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert.
How to send Valentines to kids in hospitals, nursing home residents and more
Consider spreading Valentine’s Day cheer to children’s hospitals, nursing home and shelter residents
Valentine's Day: Here are the 100 Most Romantic Restaurants in America for 2023
Have you made a reservation for Valentine’s Day yet?
‘Yes, there is a Santa Claus’: Police close books on weeks-long investigation
Scarlett Doumato sent partially eaten cookies and carrots to the Cumberland Police Department and requested a DNA analysis to find out if Santa was real. They investigated, and the findings were revealed at a press conference Wednesday.
Krispy Kreme unveils Valentine’s Day doughnuts perfect for chocolate lovers
A main ingredient for a Valentine’s Day celebration is, of course, chocolate — and these four new doughnuts are “choc-full-of” it.
Lunar New Year 2023: What to know about the Year of the Rabbit
More than a billion people worldwide will celebrate the Year of the Rabbit. Here's what to know about the two-week-long festival.
Police test DNA on Rhode Island girl's cookie, carrots for evidence of Santa Claus
Chief Matthew Benson has “immediately” instructed his investigative division to forward her evidence to the State of Rhode Island’s, Department of Health and Forensic Sciences Unit for analysis.
You can name a cockroach after your ex and watch it be fed to an animal at Texas zoo
The San Antonio Zoo’s popular Valentine’s Day fundraiser is back for its fourth year, turning heartache into a positive for wildlife.
How you doin? Iconic candy hearts get 'Friends'-themed makeover
The new candy inspired by the popular sitcom is available in stores now and features fan-favorite quotes from the show, including "ur my lbstr," “how you doin,” and "on a break."
Here's what is open and closed on MLK Day 2023
The U.S. is marking Martin Luther King Jr.‘s birthday on Monday, Jan. 16. The federal holiday means government agencies and many banks will be closed.
MLK holiday weekend to feature tributes, commitments to race equity
Some notable events include a civil rights training summit for youth and adults, a statue unveiling in Boston, a symposium on police brutality in Ohio, and community service projects nationwide.
Reservations required: White Castle brings back 'fine dining' for Valentine's Day
White Castle is now accepting reservations for its Valentine's Day dinner experience. The chain transforms into the “Love Castle,” with hostess seating and tableside service.
What's open and closed on Jan. 2, 2023, day after New Year
Because New Year’s Day fell on a Sunday this year, some businesses and offices observe Jan. 2 as the official holiday. Here’s what will still be closed on Monday.
New year celebrations around the world, time zone by time zone
The Pacific nation of Kiribati was the first country to greet the new year.
New Year's: History of lucky food traditions including tamales, pork and sauerkraut
New Year’s Day traditions and superstitions across the U.S. include eating certain foods, performing certain rituals and avoiding various activities.