Curious But Defiant, Italians React To Country's First Starbucks"This is for tourists. Come on. It's for tourists."
Starbucks Opens Its First Store In ItalyYounger Italians may well be intrigued by the Starbucks experience, where customers often linger in the store to chat with friends or work on a laptop.
IBM Wants To Make Coffee-Delivering Drones That Monitor You At WorkIBM has filed an application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for their idea of a camera-equipped drone that hovers over you, watching your pupil dilation and facial expressions to judge if you need more coffee.
Girls Throw Hot Coffee On Attempted Kidnapper, Escape SafelyAn alleged would-be kidnapper in Michigan was no match for a group of girls who fought back and scared him off.
Coke Bets 'Coke Plus Coffee' Boosts Soda SalesThe version introduced in Australia has more caffeine than a regular Coke, but less than a cup of coffee, according to the company.
Coffee May Boost Chances For A Longer Life, Study ShowsNew research shows drinking coffee every day may boost chances for a longer life, even for those who down at least eight cups daily.
Starbucks Raises Price Of Brewed Coffee In Most U.S. StoresThe company has also rolled out specialty drinks over the years that tend to cost more.
65,000 Coffee Bean Cans Recalled, Lids Can 'Detach Suddenly'Coffee producer Illy has recalled 65,000 cans of their whole coffee beans after finding that the lids could burst off and injure customers.
New Logan Square Coffee Shop Offers 'Sip Of Hope,' Aims To Eliminate Mental Health Stigmas121 people commit suicide every day in America, an alarming statistic a Chicago non-profit is trying to drop. Sip of Hope Coffee Bar in Logan Square is trying to reduce that number below 100 and include coffee as part of their strategy. 
Coffee Could Come With A Cancer WarningEven though research is limited, activists charge too much of the carcinogen acrylamide is produced in the roasting process.
Chicago Coffee Entrepreneur Pans Trump's Proposed Tax On Mexican ImportsSome here in Chicago depend on Mexican imports, CBS 2’s Charlie De Mar reports.