Rice University freshmen help entrepreneur find the right mix for shelf-stable vegan coconut milk
She had a lovely bunch of coconuts, but what Jennifer Thai really wanted was coconut flaxseed milk. And she got it right, exactly once.
Local US Army Veteran Hopes to Inspire and Empower Young Girls with New Foundation, Free Braids For Hope Workshop
Jessica Ray, a Houston US Army Reserve Veteran and Founder of the non-profit Braids for Hope, is on a mission to empower girls ages 7-17 by providing them with hope, a skilled trade, and an entrepreneurial education.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded more than $24 million to these three applicants for debris removal following Hurricane Harvey.
South Carolina fifth-grader Raniya Wright -- the girl who died last month after a fight at her elementary school -- died of a blood-vessel rupture in the brain stemming from a birth defect, and there's no evidence the fight contributed to her death, a prosecutor said Friday.
It's pretty surprising to see a 27-year-old jump into her mother's arms and insist on being held like a baby.
Three versions of "The Mueller Report" soared to the top of Amazon and Barnes & Noble's best-selling book charts in the 24 hours after a redacted version of Robert Mueller's findings were released on the web.
Prosecutors investigating the causes of the inferno that tore through Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris have interviewed construction workers and security staff, as more details emerged about the effort to contain the blaze.
The Honorable Carlton W. Reeves, a 55-year-old judge in Mississippi, did something last week no other federal judge has done in the Trump era.
Carl's Jr. is testing out a cannabis burger to stay at the forefront of the CBD trend.
Georgia Engel, who played the soft-spoken and innocent Georgette Franklin on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and Pat McDougall on "Everybody Loves Raymond," has died. She was 70.
As flames ripped through the roof and into the spire of the Cathedral of Notre Dame on Monday night, French President Emmanuel Macron addressed his citizens.
The families of eight young children have filed suit against a prominent Washington, D.C., synagogue and one of its leaders, alleging they ignored warnings that a teacher at the congregation's preschool was sexually abusing the children for more than two years.
Lil Nas X is taking "Old Town Road" and riding through the charts.
Michigan health officials confirmed the measles outbreak in Oakland County is linked to the ongoing outbreak in New York.
Hoda Kotb has welcomed another daughter. "Today" co-anchor announced she adopted a little girl named Hope Catherine Kotb.
The city of Flint is getting another $77 million in funding from the state to pay for water infrastructure improvements.
Parisians raised their voices in song Monday night outside Notre Dame Cathedral as firefighters battled a massive blaze threatening one of France's most revered attractions.
Who needs the country charts when you can top the Billboard 100? That's just what rapper Lil Nas X has done with his viral hit "Old Town Road."
Disney+ is officially adding some monsters to its growing lineup. The company announced on Tuesday it will premiere a "Monsters, Inc." spin-off TV series to on its forthcoming streaming service in 2020.
Britain's Prince Harry is collaborating with Oprah Winfrey on a new television series tackling the issue of mental health. The multi-part documentary series, which will air on the Apple TV platform in 2020, was co-created and produced by the Duke of Sussex and Winfrey
Louisiana rapper Boosie BadAzz is facing multiple charges after police in Newnan, Georgia, said they found a gun, marijuana and more than $20,000 in his car during a traffic stop.
A group of Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday are unveiling sweeping legislation to strengthen and expand federal protections aimed at preventing workplace harassment and discrimination nationwide.
The US Navy is expected to drop criminal charges and instead issue censures in relation to the deadly 2017 collision between the USS Fitzgerald and a cargo ship, according to a press release from the Navy.
Britain's Duke and Duchess of Sussex will keep details surrounding the arrival of their first child private.
2 makers of popular baby products just avoided recalls, even as federal officials acknowledge safety problems
The federal Consumer Product Safety Commission, for the second time in recent months, has sided with manufacturers of baby products that have caused death or injury to infants.
A major spring storm unloaded heavy snow and blizzard conditions from the Dakotas to Minnesota, and is expected to make travel a nightmare for the 1.6 million people in its path as it makes its way toward Canada.
Kim Kardashian West has legal ambitions. The reality TV star wants to take the California bar exam in 2022, she said in an interview with Vogue.
Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa has been banned for eight games after being found guilty of abusing referee Jesus Gil Manzano during his side's 2-0 loss to Barcelona.
American Media Inc. is looking for a buyer for The National Enquirer. The scandal-hungry tabloid, which has been beset by scandals of its own making in the past year, is on the block, along with American Media's other tabloid magazines.
eff Bezos, the richest person in the world, has made the same $81,840 salary for two decades. He has never taken a stock award. Bezos doesn't need it -- he already owns 16% of the company, a stake worth more than $100 billion.
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is proposing a new tax on big corporations, bolstering the Massachusetts Democratic senator's progressive campaign against the powerful and wealthy ahead of the 2020 election.
During her CNN town hall Tuesday night, Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York addressed a question on gun control and her personal shift from receiving an A-rating by the National Rifle Association during her time as a member of the House of Representatives to the F-rating she maintains as a senator.
A series of "unacceptable" homophobic and transphobic social media comments posted by Australian rugby player Israel Folau are being investigated by the sport's governing body.
Ronald Milburn smelled the smoke four miles away as he drove to Greater Union Baptist Church.
Cameras installed on airplane seats are nothing to fear and could one day be an accepted feature of flying, a major manufacturer of the tech has insisted.
Being a billionaire sounds kind of miserable. This week, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey revealed several of his intense wellness habits to CNBC, and most of them sound like things normal people would explicitly avoid if they had gobs and gobs of money to throw around.
Freshman Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar got in elevator on Capitol Hill Tuesday as CNN's Sunlen Serfaty shouted a final question: Did the Minnesota Democrat believe President Trump was a white nationalist?
Police entered the Ecuadorian embassy in London Thursday morning, arresting Julian Assange and bringing the WikiLeaks founder's seven-year stint there to a dramatic close.
Texas lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow a woman who undergoes an abortion procedure to possibly be charged with capital murder -- a crime punishable by death in Texas.
Beyoncé Knowles found a new home for her Ivy Park athleisure brand -- and Adidas is adding one of the world's biggest celebrities to its ranks.
A season ago, there was tragedy. This year, a star went down, but the season ends with a championship.
Fires that consumed three historically black Louisiana churches in 10 days are believed to have been intentionally set, a local elected official said Tuesday.
A Venice man has been arrested after he reportedly used a tile scraper to kill an 8-pound chihuahua during a domestic dispute.
A blind Lakewood man is demanding changes to Denver's electric scooter program as he recovers from a broken hip following an incident on the 16th Street Mall Monday morning.
Three US service members were killed by an improvised explosive device near Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan on Monday, according to the US military. Three other US service members and a contractor were wounded.
Kelsey Davis and her mother were getting lunch in Carmel, near the Monon Trail, when they heard a man crash on a motorized scooter.
Rep. Ilhan Omar slammed a senior White House adviser as a "white nationalist" Monday on Twitter.
For most of its early history, the digital scrapbooking service had grown unimaginably fast. Millions flocked to it in 2011 and 2012, despite minimal coverage in the tech press. Pinterest grew so quickly that its small team of engineers raced to keep the site up and running, fixing outages on street corners, at coffee shops and, in at least one case, on a paddle boat.
Israel is voting in an election on Tuesday that's gearing up to be as defining for the country as it is challenging for its prime minister.
A "Celebration of Life" has been planned for Nipsey Hussle, and some of his fans will have the opportunity to attend.