Goodbye 2017, and take your unicorns with you
NEW YORK (AP) — You know all those things you wish would disappear but won't? Us, too.
Highlights of the things we're over in 2017:
Please, rainbowy unicorns, stop throwing up and pooping all over everything. Also, you can keep your horns, tears and "snot" to yourselves.
Trump’s cheeseburger in Japan still drawing lines
TOKYO (AP) — Haruyuki Sano traveled 1 ½ hours for a taste of the same cheeseburger U.S. President Donald Trump ate with Japan's prime minister during his visit last week.
"It tasted great, like steak," the pastry-maker said after savoring the 100 percent U.S. Angus beef Colby Jack Cheeseburger at Tokyo's tiny Munch's Burger Shack on Thursday.
The lines out the door during lunchtime are getting longer than ever, thanks to Trump.
PHOTOS: Vibrant cranberries harvested before Thanksgiving
Cranberries squashed as folk remedy for urinary infections
CHICAGO (AP) — Another folk remedy bites the dust. Cranberry capsules didn't prevent or cure urinary infections in nursing home residents in a study challenging persistent unproven claims to the contrary.
AP EXPLAINS: How the food surplus stuffed US freezers
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Warehouses, distribution centers and grocery stores are overflowing with some food staples, such as milk, eggs and frozen fruits and vegetables, the result of increased production and decreased exports. Take dairy, for example: With the most milk ever produced in the U.S. — about 24 billion gallons — that means there are record amounts of butter and cheese. The glut of food means lower prices for consumers.