Mike Snider, USA TODAY

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Recent articles by Mike:

Oreo's newest filling is ... more Oreo: Cookie company releases new Oreo-stuffed Oreos

Meet The Most Oreo Oreo. The limited edition cookies have more creme and ground up Oreos, resulting in a cookies and creme mix. → Read More

Pink Floyd's classic 'The Dark Side of the Moon' turns 50 and is still unsettling to some

The 50th anniversary of Pink Floyd's 'The Dark Side of the Moon' riled up some fans for use of a rainbow – colors found on the original LPs' cover. → Read More

Goodbye, Sierra Mist. Hello to Starry, Pepsi's new lemon-lime soda to take on Sprite

Coca-Cola's Sprite dominates the lemon-lime soda category. Pepsi has launched a new drink, Starry, in hopes it can fare better than Sierra Mist did. → Read More

Bachman-Turner Overdrive drummer and co-founder Robbie Bachman dies at 69

Robbie Bachman, the drummer and co-founder of the Canadian rock band Bachman-Turner Overdrive, also known as BTO, had died at the age of 69 → Read More

Is beer getting more expensive? Prices up more than groceries and people are buying fewer brews.

During December, beer shoppers paid more for beer, and bought less. Here's why inflation may be hitting brews harder than groceries. → Read More

Texas couple welcomes twin baby girls, born just minutes apart – but in different years

Kali and Cliff Scott of Denton, Texas, had twins this week. One daughter was born on New Year's Eve in 2022, the other on New Year's Day in 2023. → Read More

Your New Year's Eve weather forecast: Much milder for many, but it's going to be a wet one

Warmer temperatures are expected for most of the nation on New Year's Eve, but there will be rain. Check out your forecast right here. → Read More

Gas prices are down but projected to rise again. How much will gas cost in 2023?

Consumers will likely pay less for gas in 2023, estimates fuel-savings app GasBuddy. Prices are expected to average about $3.49, down from $4 in 2022. → Read More

McDonald's is selling 50-cent double cheeseburgers Thursday and Friday

McDonald's has a deal on double cheeseburgers on Thursday and Friday this week. Order one for 50 cents in the fast food chain's mobile app. → Read More

Air Force unveils B-21 Raider, America's newest nuclear stealth bomber, after years of secrecy

The U.S. Air Force and Northrop Grumman unveiled the B-21 Raider, a new, long-range strike bomber capable of carrying nuclear weapons. → Read More

Jonathan, a tortoise and world's oldest living land animal, celebrates 190th birthday

The 190th birthday of Jonathan, a giant tortoise that holds the record as the oldest living land animal, is celebrated on the island of St. Helena. → Read More

$9.12 billion spent in a day: New Black Friday online spending record set in 2022, report says

In a good sign for retailers, shoppers spent a record $9.12 billion online during Black Friday, according to Adobe Analytics. → Read More

Tyson Foods recalls 94,000 pounds of ground beef for possible hard, mirror-like material

Tyson Foods has recalled about 94,000 pounds of raw ground beef products sold in Texas for potential contamination with mirror-like material. → Read More

Winning Powerball ticket worth $2.04 billion sold in Los Angeles County

The winning $2.04 billion Powerball ticket was sold at a service center in Altadena, California. Here's what we know. → Read More

Powerball $1.9B jackpot drawing delayed over security protocols, lottery officials say

Monday's jackpot had climbed to $1.9 billion — the largest lottery prize ever — with a cash option of $929.1 million. → Read More

Is Election Day a federal holiday? Will banks, post offices, stores be open? What to know

Election Day – Tuesday, Nov. 8 – is not a federal holiday. But some states observe it as a holiday with some state offices closed for the midterms. → Read More

No one won Saturday's Powerball drawing. Now the jackpot grows to a record $1.9 billion.

Saturday's Powerball drawing produced no winners, increasing the jackpot total to $1.9 billion. The next drawing is Monday. → Read More

Welcome back, Enchirito: Taco Bell fans vote to bring back menu item that debuted in 1970

Taco Bell fans have chosen which discontinued menu item they want reinstated for a limited time later this year: the saucy Enchirito. → Read More

Is a beer shortage on tap? Inflation and supply chain pressures on brewers are intensifying

Beer makers face a combination of issues such as inflation and supply chain shortages, which could lead to some beer shortages and brewery closures. → Read More

Ohio mother charged in the second death of one of her infants. What is co-sleeping?

Brooke Hunter of Cincinnati has been charged with involuntary manslaughter and child endangering after her infant died June 22 from co-sleeping. → Read More