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Dairy Queen's tart treat comes a week after it was announced that fans of the candy could buy bags of just red or blue Sour Patch Kids at 7-Eleven.
A bomb cyclone has impacted 25 US states, causing flooding, white-out conditions, and power outages — here’s what that is
The recent bomb cyclone moving across the US grounded 1,300 flights, left 84,000 homes without power, and killed at least one person.
Blizzard conditions and strong winds have left hundreds of thousands of people without power in the Midwest
A winter storm that has been sweeping across the midwestern US will spread to parts of northern New England on Monday, meteorologists say.
The polar vortex is currently sweeping through and snowing on the nation. But it's not the first of its kind.
Eight teams paid more than $30 million each to join the Overwatch League – here’s everything you need to know before the new season starts...
With 20 international teams and more than 170 players earning $50,000 or more, the Overwatch League has set a new bar for professionalism in esports.
The company behind ‘Fortnite’ is taking on Apple, Google, and Steam with its latest move: a digital storefront for games
With more than 200 million registered players, "Fortnite" maker Epic Games is taking on the world's biggest digital game stores.
Fans of the legendary ‘Diablo’ game franchise are furious about a new game in the series: ‘Is this an out of season April Fools joke...
A new "Diablo" game? Yes, a new "Diablo" game! So why are fans furious about it?
The makers of ‘Warcraft’ and ‘Diablo’ are planning to make ‘Diablo 3’ work across competing consoles: ‘It...
First, "Fortnite" enabled players across competing consoles — Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch — to play together. Next up: "Diablo 3." Blizzard Entertainment says, "it's a question of when, not if."
The president of ‘World of Warcraft’ creator Blizzard just stepped down — and his replacement says Blizzard is working on ‘sev...
Blizzard co-founder and longtime president Mike Morhaime stepped down on Wednesday. His replacement, J. Allen Brack, says that the company is hard at work on "several new games."
More than ever, Blizzard's smash-hit team shooter "Overwatch" feels like a living work of art.