How can you make healthy food resolutions really stick?

For many of us, January is all about giving things up: Maybe we're going to stop eating meat and embrace a plant-based diet. Or we're ready to kick excess sugar to the curb after a holiday season awash in sweets. Or we're committed to avoiding fast food.

Gucci's Michele marks 5 years of challenging masculine codes

MILAN (AP) — If any one designer can take credit for revolutionizing menswear, it is Gucci’s Alessandro Michele, who made his runway debut as creative director five years ago with a menswear collection that challenged masculine codes.

If you purchased Infants' Tylenol, you may be entitled to cash from a class action settlement

Plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit over Infants' Tylenol claim the image on the packaging deceives consumers into believing that formula is unique or special for infants, when the bottle contains the same concentration of acetaminophen as Children's Tylenol. You can be included in the settlement as a "Class Member" if you are in the U.S. and bought Infants' Tylenol at any time for personal or household use between October 3, 2014 and January 6, 2020.

Gardening trends for 2020? Think unconventional, sustainable

Gardeners in 2020 will veer from the beaten path, opting for unconventional varieties and eco-conscious surroundings, according to a plant trends study by horticulturalists with the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS).

California officials sue billionaire over access to beach

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California officials are suing a billionaire who has been fighting for more than a decade to keep a secluded beach to himself, a move designed to ensure that the public always has access to the scenic stretch of sand.