Arizona is full of Chihuahuas, but they may be adopted should they be sent to Pennsylvania. Peter Rork uses his plane to fly dogs to places where they're more likely to be adopted.
While pressing for an increase in the minimum wage and to join a union, the workers at some demonstrations have carried signs saying "wage theft."
China has 20 percent of the world's population, but just 9 percent of its usable agricultural land. The country is buying foreign farmland, or leasing it, or forming partnerships with companies.
The 50th anniversary episode of the British TV show came to movie theaters in the U.S. and Latin America. And so did the fans. Theaters now see themselves showing more than movies.
Menus had gotten elaborate with illustrations and calligraphy. A lot of people started taking them home as souvenirs. To stop that, restaurant owners have supersized them.
They are winning a lot of college scholarships for such sports as bowling, rowing and equestrian activities.
Ninety percent of the workers in Bangladesh's garment factories are women. It's a rough job, but it gives them a paycheck and the freedom to take care of themselves.
Billionaire Buffett and Quicken Loans will give $1 billion to anyone who picks all the winners of the 63-game NCAA men's basketball tournament. The odds? 1 in 9 quintillion, give or take.
The business of raising alpacas went bust quickly for one ranch in Oregon. Its starving animals were taken away to be cared for and then sent to new homes.
The Alaskan town is the finish line for the nearly 1,000-mile dogsled race.
In fact, Americans use twice the amount of water they think they do. And many don't know how they can save water by using low-flow toilets and a different clothes washer.
Georgia is creating an outreach program to help homeless students at the state's public campuses. Nationwide, more than 58,150 college students identify themselves as homeless.
Should the government regulate online gambling, or should it ban it? Two writers give their opinions on the matter.
Northwestern's quarterback co-founded the newly formed College Athletes Players Association. He testified that he was paid scholarship money to play football.
Comcast Corp. will buy Time Warner Cable Inc. Many are worried that the companies joining forces could mean more expensive cable TV for customers.
Storm after storm has hit much of the U.S. this winter. Counties, communities and consumers are running out of rock salt and ice melt.
British lawmakers have taken the royal family to task, saying that they need to cut their expenses and find ways to make more money, not to mention do some repairs.
People are not moving from state to state as much as they used to. They're staying put.
California's tourist attraction is conserving water any way it can. The outdoor Neptune pool will be used to water the landscape, and the estate's six fountains have been shut.
Many consumers want to buy the latest gadgets. So they sell their old ones. And bargain buyers are snapping them up.
On the California coast, the founder of WaterCar took his jeep-like model for a spin - on the ocean.
The Lunar New Year festival puts pressure on Chinese workers to spend money on gifts for family and friends, and travel to their home villages during the busiest time of year.
The growing popularity of futsal is expected to triple the number of places to play in the next two years.
"It's the only farming method where you can produce both a protein product and a farming product," the farmer says of the fish he raises and the vegetables he grows through aquaponics.
The 2016 Olympic Games will be held in Rio de Janeiro. Garbage-collecting boats are sweeping Guanabara Bay to catch trash like plastic bags, TVs, sofas and even refrigerators.
The fortunes of a few dozen billionaires are equal to the entire wealth of the poorer half of the world's population, the British charity Oxfam reported.
Charleston, W.Va., had been without water for five days because of a chemical spill.
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