How did foreign cuisine become Thailand's national dish?
And where they're scrooges.
Putting the "bar" in barista.
Stouffer's mac and cheese may be as delicious as ever, but consumers are turning away from pre-made, frozen meals.
Move over, China. Turkey is the real titan of tea.
Only one nation averages more than 2 cups of coffee per day. It's the Netherlands.
India consumes half the world's whiskey, but the French drink the most per person. And guess the one country where they swallow even more American-made whiskey than Americans ...
The American confectionery company's purchase of Shanghai's Golden Monkey shows the power of the Chinese sweet tooth.
A new survey claims that in China, people identify their success by the things they own more than in any other country in the world. But is this so unusual in a developing country?
Turkish hazelnuts, Malaysian palm oil, Nigerian cocoa, Brazilian sugar, French vanilla...
Harvard students are enjoying some extreme grade inflation.
Many children around the world miss school or drop out altogether because the journey is too risky.
The Mexican soft drink's use of sugar, rather than corn syrup, has given it cult status among some American Coca-Cola purists, but a new levy may prompt the company to change its recipe.
Last year saw the worst wine shortfall in a half-century. And there's little indication that world production can keep pace with the oenophilic hordes.
The United States ranks lower than other developed countries in many key skills, according to a new report.
Property owners protest eminent domain abuse by staying in their homes -- even as everything around them is torn down.
But American Girl Dolls are in
One million Spanish people have jobs in the underground economy