The decision to swap sweeteners comes as Americans keep turning away from popular diet sodas.
You can now study for a bachelor's in beer or perhaps a master's in malt.
Many who ordered the new smartwatch were told that delivery could take a month or longer, but now Apple says some deliveries will start tomorrow.
The fairly upbeat report from the National Association of Realtors on Wednesday implied the economy was regaining some momentum after hitting a speed bump at the start of the year.
Google's growing investment in lobbying highlights its expanding presence as it fights antitrust battles and grows its business into new areas such as broadband and self-driving cars.
Starting in January, Kraft says its mac and cheese will be colored with paprika, annatto and turmeric.
The music legend is preparing to release Willie Weed.
Every kid in Mackenzie Moretter's class turned down an invite to her 10th birthday party. What happened next is truly amazing.
The company is tweaking its formula for helping people find things — based on how they search.
Not all infected dogs show symptoms. Some get a cough, runny nose and fever. Severe cases can lead to pneumonia and death.
A Detroit-based health system is rolling out a hospital gown that aims to offer more style and fix a lack of rear coverage by other gowns.
A Seattle company is giving its employees a big raise.
They hop. They crawl. They squirm. And they could be coming to a dinner plate near you.
More seats on a plane may make more money for the airline, but some are complaining about the cramped space.
A new report suggests airlines are flying into a cloud bank when it comes to quality.
Customers preordering Apple's smartwatch will have to wait at least a month for delivery.
A non-profit group is on a mission to save lives, one bar of recycled hotel soap at a time.
The new smartwatch - slated for release later this month - is a "beautiful" piece of tech with shortcomings that may limit its appeal.
Tired of those annoying, sometimes costly, robocalls favored by scammers?
Mobile, solar-powered toilets are helping to keep the streets of one San Francisco neighborhood sanitary.