London Bus To Run On Fuel Made Of CoffeeBritish startup company bio-bean has created a coffee-based biofuel that will power some of London's famous red, double-decker buses.
Drinking More Coffee Lowers Risk Of Death, Study SaysA new study says having an extra cup isn't just a good idea but may be healthy for you too.
Starbucks Will Hire 2,500 Refugees To Work In European Coffee ShopsStarbucks plans to hire 2,500 refugees to work in its European stores within five years as part of a global commitment, the coffee chain confirmed this week.
Dunkin' Donuts To Give Away Free Frozen CoffeeDunkin' Donuts is giving away cups of their new frozen coffee for free.
Drinking Coffee May Help You Live Longer, Study FindsA study conducted by Stanford Medicine has found that drinking coffee can help you live longer.
Coffee Removed From List Of Carcinogens, 'Very Hot' Beverages Are ThreatThe World Health Organization has decided to no longer classify the world’s favorite morning pick-me-up as a carcinogen.
5 Mother's Day Themed Gift Basket IdeasShow your mom how much you care with a personalized gift basket this Mother's Day. Here are five sample baskets to spark your creativity.
Where To Get Free Coffee On National Coffee Day September 29 is one of the most enjoyed holidays in our country: it's National Coffee Day.
Coffee Blamed For Semi-Truck Accident Near BrushA distracted semi-truck driver crossed a median and drove off an overpass -- and coffee may be to blame.
You Could Be Drinking Coffee At The Wrong Time Of DayThere's nothing like the smell of coffee brewing to get you out of bed. However, if you roll out like a zombie and down a cup of Joe first thing in the morning, one scientific study says you're doing it wrong.
Six Food Favorites Affected By Climate ChangeThe effects of climate change are far-reaching, affecting not only weather, but more critical parts of human life such as food.
Why That Extra Cup Of Coffee May Be Medicine For Your HeartLike that morning cup of coffee? Well, drink up. And then have another. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports on a new study that links several cups of java a day to a healthy heart.