Officials from the Manheim Township Police Department said it had been easy to identify the culprit: "Note the wet spot observable on the male's shorts."
A picture of a man with a large semi-automatic rifle slung over his shoulder in a Starbucks prompted social media debate Wednesday over "open carry" and U.S. gun rights.
"If you don't see what is wrong with my story you are part of the problem," wrote Xiara Mercado on Facebook.
"Men: Call each other out. Don't normalize this type of behavior. Make sexists the ones who are alienated, not women," said Starbucks Director of Product Engineering David Brunelle.
Summer is here and so is Starbucks' new Tie Dye Frappuccino. Find out what it looks like, flavor, ingredients and more here.
The #DumpStarbucks emerged Friday after a group of Tempe, Arizona police officers say they were asked to leave a Starbucks on the Fourth of July after a customer complained they did not feel "safe" around them.
Many of them are open but be aware of parade closures.
The mother of two's account of an alleged hate crime incident at a Dallas coffee store went viral over the weekend.
Police believe tiny camera could have been recording for up to two before it was found.
The coffee giant dismissed suggestions its use of the chemical near food could have harmed customers as an attempt to "incite public fear."
The company announced plans to reduce an estimated 800,000 pounds of plastic each year with paper straws and smaller bags.
The internet is going crazy for Starbucks' new color-changing cold cups. Find out when and where to buy the new reusable tumblers, here.
Like many other billionaires of America's New Gilded Age, Schultz doesn't seem to give a damn about what his political escapades do to America.
Schultz was taking part in a book tour at a Barnes & Noble attempting to explain why he intends to run as an independent when he was bluntly interrupted.
"Vanity projects that help destroy democracy are disgusting," Center for American Progress President Neera Tanden said.
Companies show "an almost universal disregard … for improving the treatment of chickens throughout their global supply chains," a report found.
Places like Dunkin' Donuts, Starbucks, and Tim Horton's will be serving coffee on New Year's Day.
Find out where you can get a bite to eat on January 1.
No matter where you are in the U.S., you can get your coffee fix on Christmas Day.
When the customer asked why his name was changed to Chang, he said he saw the barista "slightly snicker."
Coffee chain under pressure to follow McDonalds and Chick-Fil-A in blocking porn on free networks.
"We are happy to welcome customers on Thanksgiving in select store locations," A Starbucks spokesperson said.