Starbucks Refuses Drive-Thru Service To Teen On HorsebackAn Arizona Starbucks refused to serve a teenager on her birthday after the girl showed up at their drive-thru window on horseback.
Family Sues Starbucks After 2-Year-Old's Drink Allegedly Contains Barista's BloodA Redlands family is suing Starbucks after a 2-year-old girl apparently drank a beverage that contained a barista’s blood.
Starbucks Launches New Credit Card For Coffee AddictsPut it on your Starbucks card. But we're not talking about one of those gift cards.
Restaurant Says Starbucks' Exclusive Sales Clause Is Causing It To Lose BusinessA David vs. Goliath showdown is unfolding in Sacramento County. A local mom and pop shop says it's losing business after a nearby Starbucks banned it from serving certain items to go.
Starbucks Selling New 'Christmas Tree' Drink For Only 5 DaysThe limited edition drink will be on sale in the U.S. and Canada from Dec. 7 through Monday, Dec. 11.
Starbucks Offering Free Holiday Drinks This WeekThe coffee giant is offering its customers a free holiday drink for a five-day stretch starting on November 9.
Good Samaritan Who Thwarted Starbucks Robbery Faces Possible Lawsuit From SuspectA California man who stepped in to stop an armed robbery could face legal troubles of his own.
Starbucks Debuts Horchata Frappuccino Made With Almond MilkUnicorn Frappuccino? That's so last month. There’s a new drink on the Starbucks menu: it's Horchata Almondmilk Frappuccino.
PSA: Starbucks Giving Away BOGO Macchiatos For Friendship DayEnjoy friendship day with a cool iced macchiato one on Starbucks.  
Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino Under Scrutiny For Health ContentsThe new Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino is coming under attack from a health department for its poor nutritional contents.
Starbucks Barista Has Meltdown Over Unicorn FrappuccinoA Starbucks barista has taken to social media hoping to make orders for the coffee chain's much buzzed about Unicorn Frappuccino disappear.
Starbucks To Hire 10,000 Refugees Over Next 5 YearsStarbucks says it will hire 10,000 refugees over the next five years, a response to President Donald Trump's indefinite suspension of Syrian refugees and temporary travel bans that apply to six other Muslim-majority nations.