Southwest Airlines passengers detail 'horrifying' flight diverted in Carolinas, some vomited in 9-hour ordeal

video FOX Business Flash top headlines for March 6 Check out what’s clicking on Southwest Airlines passengers detailed a "horrifying" flight that was diverted from Raleigh, North Carolina, after the plane shook "like crazy," causing several travelers to vomit

‘Gods of Mexico’ Review: A Portrait of Indigenous Residents

Onscreen, “Gods of Mexico” is subtitled “a portrait of a nation through its land and peoples,” although its human subjects rarely speak and aren’t identified by name until the end. The director, Helmut Dosantos, making his first feature, eschews context.

FDA draft suggests plant-based milk may be called 'milk': What dairy farmers, legal experts have to say

video Plant-based products manipulative in their marketing scams: dairy farmer Fourth-generation dairy farmer Stephanie Nash bashes the FDA’s proposal for non-dairy milk to be called “milk” on “The Bottom Line.” The battle between dairy milk and plant-based milk producers is

Growing a Generation of Movie-Loving Global Citizens

The selections at this year’s New York International Children’s Film Festival blend fantastical elements with serious real-world themes. Send any friend a story As a subscriber, you have 10 gift articles to give each month. Anyone can read what you

Five Action Movies to Stream Now

From rousing war films to gory massacres, this month’s action picks are bloodier than usual. Send any friend a story As a subscriber, you have 10 gift articles to give each month. Anyone can read what you share. By Robert

Dominos, Papa John’s address pizza delivery challenges

video Mark Tepper: ‘The pizza indicator’ is the new measure for inflation Strategic Wealth Partners’ Mark Tepper discusses how a growing trend in buying cheap, frozen pizza can signal signs of inflation. Domino's and Papa John's, two of the nation’s

I own a quarter of my street because I enjoy controlling who my neighbours are – here’s the best part | The Sun

A MUM bought a quarter of the houses on her street so she could control who her neighbours were.  Catherine Gladwyn owns three out of 12 terraced properties on her quiet residential road in Swindon, Wiltshire – living in one and renting out