Food & Travel
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That coffee you are drinking might not be so fair trade after all
Latin American coffee growers struggle with rock-bottom prices and a crushing outbreak of coffee leaf rust.
Lamenting Madagascar's last lonely lemurs (VIDEO)
Climate change is rendering life impossible for these tiny, charismatic primates.
Mexicans return to get Juarez cooking again
‘What a good thing that we can go out at night for dinner again,’ says a Juarez chef who’s returned from a drug war-imposed exile in Texas.
Srirachapocalypse avoided! Let's celebrate all the things we'll be able to do with Sriracha
Sriracha is safe... for now.
California city sues Sriracha hot sauce maker over spicy fumes
Huy Fong Foods is being sued by the city of Irwindale over claims that the hot sauce factory is pumping chili-laced air into the neighborhood.
10 of the most haunted places around the world
The world is a seriously spooky place.
The joke’s over for Russia’s top doctor
The Kremlin’s point man for trade wars and comedic relief is stepping down.
London museum revives the dead
Displaying history through the bodies of people who lived it.
Colombia's FARC and recreation
The country's national parks are a sight to behold. But beware guerrilla rebels and land mines.
Irish pubs face last call
They may be hugely popular around the world, but economic crisis and a new attitude toward drunk driving are helping end a way of life at home.
America: the land of most lawnmower deaths
This amazing map shows what each country is 'No. 1' in.
At least 80 injured in Argentina commuter train crash
The accident occurres when a commuter train crashed through a barrier at a train station in Buenos Aires.
Hefty Mexico wants to slim down. Does Mayor Bloomberg have the answer?
Latin America's heavyweight champ is poised to add a 5 percent tax on junk food and soft drinks, and it has New York City's mayor to thank — or to blame.
Tourists from these 10 countries are most likely to steal stuff
You like those hand towels? Some people take them home.
1 in 3 Chinese travelers admits to stealing furniture from hotels: survey
Clocks, lamps, paintings... According to a traveler survey, if it fits in a suitcase, it's fair game.
Want better sperm? Eat less bacon and more fish, study says
A study presented at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine this week links processed meat intake to poorer sperm quality, and fish to better semen quality.
What do they put in Oreo cookies anyway, crack? No, but funny you ask...
Connecticut College researchers discover lab rats prefer Oreo cookies as much as hard drugs; call fatty, sugary snackfoods as addictive as cocaine.
Tough times for fish and chips
Amid fast food competitors, Britain’s original takeaway carries on.
The world's greatest imaginary animals
Every country has one. Just about every lake has one. Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of unverified animals.
World Food Day: 12 meals you can buy for $1
A bag of chips? A meal for two? In honor of World Food Day, here are some of the foods that you can buy with #1dollar.
Three Americans try to get Germans to drink ... beer
Forget Pilsner. US entrepreneurs are pioneering microbrewing in the world's toughest beer market.
George Clooney wants you to drink this coffee
Can war-torn South Sudan rebuild its economy, bean by bean? Coffee industry insiders think so.
Things rich people do: have 'receipt wars'
Two Russian millionaires battle it out to see who can spend more at a night club in London.
Koalas are getting pretty hot (PHOTOS)
So hot, in fact, that they are accosting humans and begging for water.
Spanish band Delorean falls victim to 'virtual kidnapping' in Mexico
'The death threats were absolutely real,' Spanish indie band said reportedly after ransom calls were made to their relatives in Spain.
From the Dept. of Love Stinks: Broken hearts, on exhibit
A museum of old relationships in Croatia describes the universal human condition.
The language of dumplings is universal
Who doesn't like a tiny present wrapped in dough?
Blood sugar: Oxfam accuses Coke and Pepsi of fueling land grabs
The soft drink giants agree to look into allegations that farmers were displaced in Cambodia.
6 ways the government shutdown saves taxpayers money
When the government isn't shutdown, certain House reps spend $2,500 at Qdoba in a 3-month period.
Oktoberfest revellers guzzle more beer than fills 2 Olympic pools
They also lost 4,200 personal items, including more than 1,000 passports, 520 wallets, 400 sets of keys, 50 cameras, two wedding rings and one Segway.
The last days of Kenya's 'Lunatic Line'
The soon-to-be-retired railway opened up the East African interior a century ago, connecting it to the coast, the port and the world.