But it tastes like sunscreen. No, really. KFC launched a new sunscreen with the aroma of fried chicken. We’re serious.

KFC says the sunscreen causes “harmful ultraviolet rays bounce off your skin while the lovely fragrance rays penetrate it to give you a healthy chicken aroma.” A “healthy chicken aroma?” We couldn’t make this up! The product is called “Extra Crispy™.” No, really.

One testimonial says, “because of Extra Crispy™ Sunscreen, I’m always tan and always smelling great! I’m way more popular now.” Ewww!!

Speech “Not Protected”

A social media post has put one of the defendants of the standoff at Oregon’s Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in more hot water. Duane L. Ehmer wrote on Facebook that "it's hunting season against liberal Democrats.'' U.S. District Judge Robert E. Jones was not amused, telling Ehmer the threat was “not protected by the First Amendment.'' The judge also referred to another post Ehmer made, calling for an armed protest to be carried out "next time we go to court,'' seeking 10,000 armed demonstrators. Ehmer is scheduled to go to trial in February.

Florida's Seminole Cowboys

An NPR reporter joined 67 families of South Florida’s Seminole tribe for this summer’s annual roundup. Her report and photos provide a glimpse of one of Florida’s biggest cow outfits.

The first cattle in America, historians believe, entered what is now the U.S. through Florida with the Spanish Conquistadors in the 1500s. The earliest Florida cowboys were native people. And they're still at it. Florida, with its lush grasslands, ranks 10th in the nation for its beef cattle herds—nearly 2 million head.

French Farmer’s Protest

French farmers are occupying an intersection outside the headquarters of dairy giant Lactalis and crying for help as they struggle to compete with cheaper countries in Europe's single market.