For a while, gun hobbyists saw military-style weapons as inefficient and too expensive. An influx of foreign knock-offs changed their minds.
How a gimmick that started with towel giveaways in the 1970s became a fixture of the NBA playoffs
A Saved By the Bell-themed pop-up highlights changes in how restaurants traffic in the past.
The Orlando killer was employed by G4S, the world’s largest security company, for almost nine years.
Hint: almost everywhere in the United States
Free sandwiches and shorter lines aren’t the only keys to a fast-food lover’s heart.
Women-only hours at a location in Brooklyn have ignited a debate about religious accommodation and the separation of church and state.
Convicted felons who get jobs are much less likely to go on to commit another crime. Why are there so many barriers for them to join the workforce?
Many aren’t familiar with the term that encompasses businesses like Uber and AirBnB, while others argue that the phrase may be deceptive.
The company’s launch of private-label products is revealing of how it hopes to continue devouring commerce.
Next year, the uniforms of the Philadelphia 76ers will feature the patch of a corporate sponsor, the first such deal in major U.S. sports.
It’s a sign of a stronger economy.
In recent days, a major chain and a high-profile New York spot have reversed course on a dining trend that’s come to be tied to workers’ welfare.
A new study suggests that with money comes the luxury of choosing not to socialize mostly with neighbors and family members.
The new recipe for one of McDonald’s iconic foodstuffs contains no artificial preservatives, the latest symbolic change for an item that has always reflected conflicting priorities about food.
How do people reconcile a belief in individual autonomy with nationwide wage stagnation?
What’s behind Mars’ efforts to distinguish between “everyday” and “occasional” food?
The culinary crusader and journalist wants Americans to devote more time to cooking. Is he fighting a losing battle?
Mossack Fonseca didn’t just help its clients avoid taxes, it also hid them from the Treasury Department.