Can highbrow fare give the chain a second chance in a tough market?
Reports say Kim Jong Il’s eldest son is now under “Chinese protection” after leaving the island of Macau. But like most things in the Hermit Kingdom, it’s hard to know for sure.
The day after Japanese pilots attacked the U.S. Naval installation at Pearl Harbor, an angered, determined President Franklin Delano Roosevelt called it “a date which will live in infamy.”
But a week later, TIME editors …
Could this be the most expensive pile-up ever?
According to figures released by Bing, the most searched news story of the year in 2011 was the “Casey Anthony Trial,” outpacing “Osama Bin Laden Death.” When it comes to the Internet, sensation is king.
And while …
When you think of Mongol invasions, you imagine a fearsome horde galloping across the steppe. You don’t think of hapless sailors clinging to the masts of their ships, cowering in fear at the fury of a churning sea.
The scenic shores of Hawaii are bracing for a surge of waves, but not of water.
With the news about Muammar Gaddafi moving so quickly, kick back with these afternoon links.
In an effort to bolster its ailing tourism industry, Japan is making it very enticing for travelers to visit. (via Moneyland)
Delicious, salty, and oh-so-cheap. You’d be hard-pressed to find a college student that hasn’t succumbed at least once to the wallet-friendly goodness of Nissin’s Cup Noodles. The instant noodles are celebrating 40 years by …
This sort of brings the concept of the staff uniform to a whole new level.
This story isn’t getting any better. While authorities were searching for the body of a woman who fell into the water near Niagara Falls they instead found another body, one of a man no less.