The epic court battle between Subway and angry customers who claimed their footlong sub sandwiches were not actually a full 12 inches long is finally over. In 2013, a group of people sued the world's restaurant
There's never been much love lost between Gordon Ramsay and vegans: After all, the shouty English chef does own a plethora of steakhouses and a burger chain, and he's been vocal in the past about his for
The days of restaurants making a few extra bucks by hawking their used fryer oil may be over. Crude oil prices have plummeted since mid-2014, and biodiesel fuel — which can be produced from used vegetable
What is space-time fabric? originally appeared on Quora – the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Leo C. Stein, researcher in gravitational
The greatest scientific discovery of the year gets a soundtrack. When gravitational waves were announced last week, it drew to a close a decades-long mystery surrounding Einstein's theories of relativity.
A big press conference was held, and physicists around the world celebrated. The discovery was even compared to Galileo looking through a telescope for the first time. So why all the fanfare? Why are waves
On September 14, 2015, 33-year-old Marco Drago was at his desk at the Max Planck Institute in Hanover, Germany, chatting with a colleague on Skype. That's when he received an email about something odd:
Ankara, Turkey (CNN) — Six soldiers were killed and another was wounded Thursday in a roadside bombing that hit an armored military vehicle in the southeastern Turkish province of Diyarbakir, Turkey's