On April 2, 63-year-old CEO Howard Schultz is stepping down from his second stint at the helm of the company he built into a global empire. The first time he left, an overexpanding Starbucks crashed into a sharp recession, and he returned to put the company back on the rails. This time, he leaves the CEO position as questions again loom about Starbucks' growth prospects -- and about his own future as an advocate for social causes and, perhaps, a political candidate. ... The New York Times recently quoted former presidential adviser David Gergen as saying "Howard Schultz is definitely being pursued" to run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020. read more
Colin Kaepernick is having a hard time finding an NFL team willing to sign him on after his American flag protest got him let go from the San Francisco 49ers, in part because teams are worried it might prompt an angry tweet from President Trump. read more
The White House says President Donald Trump made more than $150 million in income in 2005 and paid $38 million in income taxes that year. read more
A transgender dad and daughter from Detroit are revealing their incredible journeys as they transition from mom and son. read more
A DNA analysis of the poultry in several popular grilled chicken sandwiches and wraps found at least one fast food restaurant isn't serving up nearly as much of the key ingredient as people may think. In the case of two popular Subway sandwiches, the chicken was found to contain only about half chicken DNA. ... [T]he oven roasted chicken scored 53.6 per cent chicken DNA, and the chicken strips were found to have just 42.8 per cent chicken DNA. The majority of the remaining DNA? Soy.