Conservation groups and animal-rights activists are speaking out after the Trump administration reversed a ban on controversial hunting practices within Alaskan national preserves.
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Trying to establish a “friends with benefits” relationship amid the pandemic? You might want to have your COVID test results handy.
“Each of these names was somebody’s baby.”
When you’re craving Waffle House, really nothing else will suffice.
Amazon investigating third-party sellers over shirts showing Derek Chauvin kneeling on George Floyd's neck
The company’s statement comes in response to a t-shirt that was reportedly flagged by an Amazon employee who “questioned how tasteful such an item of clothing was.
Are you in a relationship with another human being? Then one of you probably has a secret.
79-year-old launches YouTube cooking series after coronavirus concerns keep him from working supermarket job
He went from bagging groceries to selling them online.
“Never in our wildest dreams did we think our love story would capture the hearts of so many people,” the bride said.
Santa Barbara restaurant changes name amid George Floyd protests: 'We do not tolerate racism or violence'
The restaurant, which opened in 1957, was once part of a chain of over a thousand.
There's an official explanation for t he chain's name. And it has nothing to do with chicken.
Twenty-six percent of Americans said they or someone in their household had skipped meals, relied on food banks, or signed up for government assistance.
Ben & Jerry's issues lengthy statement in response to George Floyd death: 'We must dismantle white supremacy'
"The murder of George Floyd was the result of inhumane police brutality that is perpetuated by a culture of white supremacy," the brand stated.
Butcher in upstate New York installs 24-hour meat vending machine, says customer response is 'unbelievable'
Meet the “24-hour meat machine.”
Wendy's facing backlash following reports of franchisee's $440G donation to Trump reelection campaign
Twitter has got a serious beef with Wendy’s right now.
It’s official: Nobody remembers your sweet Members Only jacket from 1983.
Woman carrying entire Cheesecake Factory cheesecake during Seattle protests becomes Internet sensation
'Looting is disgusting," one Twitter user wrote, before adding, "This is HILARIOUS."
Clothing retailers, fashion brands urge followers to stand against racial injustice amid George Floyd protests
Dozens of high-profile brands and companies urged followers to stand against racism and injustice over the weekend.
Raw cookie dough. It’s as bewitching as it is vexing. But there are actually two great reasons not to taste it before it's baked.
Chick-fil-A shares latest guidelines for reopening dining rooms: No drink refills, no playground access
There will be new protocol for both customers and employees.
No, they're not pulling our legs. Unless, of course, you ordered chicken legs. Then yes, they will pull your legs.
"It's not going to be where you go and just pick up an opensamplewith your fingers," said Costco's CFO.
555 workers at Tyson Foods plant in Iowa test positive for coronavirus, state's department of health confirms
The employees account for more than 20 percent of the facility's workforce.
The grounds include a spa and bathhouse, a number of homes, a preschool, a restaurant/hotel and an operational beverage production site.
Get ready to dine à la dome.
The Hamburglar was originally introduced in 1971 as part of McDonald’s new “McDonaldland” series of ad campaigns.
Sure, it can make and serve coffee, but can it get horribly misspell our names, too?
The footage may be alarming, but the boy seen in the video claims he wasn’t scared at all.
Why are we so darn tired all the time?
Buffalo Wild Wings offers free food to GrubHub customers who felt misled by Applebee's 'virtual restaurant'
Buffalo Wild Wings is offering free food to some consumers who were burned by a misleading phenomenon taking place on online delivery apps.
'Tequila Fairies' deliver thousands of bottles to out-of-work hospitality employees in Missouri and Kansas
Bryce Lob and Zach Conley, the owners of Una Vida Tequila, joked to Fox News that they're trying to "lift spirits" during this difficult time for the restaurant and bar industry.
Protective face masks prevent the spread of COVID-19, but they're not preventing breakouts or facial acne, many users say.
The 'Strawberry Challenge': TikTok users are extracting tiny bugs from fruit with saltwater, freaking out
TikTok is losing it over buggy strawberries, but the common drosophila fruit fly doesn't pose a health hazard, the FDA says.
Grab your oversized latte cups and put on your meat sweats, because an official “Friends” cookbook is on the way.
They may have missed their graduation ceremonies, but the Class of 2020 can still celebrate with some free pizza.
What do Guy Fieri and Sammy Hagar like to do when they hang out? Drink tequila and eat shrimp, apparently.
Do medical masks filter out particles of powdery processed cheese, too?
Florida woman arrested after kissing strangers at bar, calling 911 on same bar for violating distancing rules
Police arrested Audra Adams, 32, on charges oftrespassing, disorderly conduct, resisting an officer and misusing the 911 system.
The man said he wouldn't wear a mask because he "woke up in a free country."
This shouldn't surprise those of us that partook in the "cereal pancake" trend.
Animal sanctuary arranges to have private planes rescue 1,000 chickens that farm was planning to euthanize
The jets were donated by a "generous supporter," the sanctuary said.
With more time on their hands than usual, TikTok’s users have tasked themselves with yet another challenge, simply because there’s a song that kinda sounds like it’s instructing them to do so.
HeyAmerica! Your roots are showing.
We’ve already seen pool-noodle hats and inner-tube tables — why not shower-curtain booths?
LA clothing brand putting Fauci, Cuomo and Newsom's names on underwear: 'Our version of a dream team'
The designers behind an L.A-based clothing retailer are celebrating some of the people who “impressed” them during the coronavirus pandemic.
A classic tuna melt should be greater than the sum of its parts.
Friends with benefits: Singles seeking sex in Netherlands are advised to find regular partner amid pandemic
The things you’ll do for your country, Netherlanders.
All you need are a few simple ingredients and lots of upper-arm strength.
That must’ve been one heck of a haircut.
Maybe it was a gap in judgment?
If Chef Kobe didn’t cook it, we don’t wanna eat it.
The discounts will be in effect “for the remainder of the week,” Tyson Foods confirmed.
Adobe's new Digital Economy Index says pajama sales are through the roof.
Grocery prices surged 2.6 percent in April, accounting for 'largest monthly increase since February 1974'
Eggs alone rose 16.1 percent.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission deemed the teens’ actions “reprehensible.”
Amy Vickers, 27, thought up the idea while her family was self-isolating in their Wakefield home amid the coronavirus health crisis.
When it comes to dining options, there will be fewer steaks and shakes to be had.
Guy Fieri, Bill Murray to square off at nacho-making 'showdown' to raise money for restaurant relief
Murray and Fieri are getting ready to square off at a virtual nacho-making competition.
Ice cream shop employee, 17, earns over $30G in donations after 'unyielding verbal assault' on reopening day
Some of the things said to his 17-year-old employee were so "vulgar and disgusting" that they "shouldn't be heard in a men's locker room, never mind directed to a teenager," the shop's owner said.
H-E-B, which operates over 340 stores in Texas and Mexico, had recentlyrestricted shoppers to five total packages of either fresh beef, ground beef, chicken, pork or turkey, among other limitations.
Toilet paper may be in short supply, and yeast or flour almost impossible to find, but there’s still one item that supermarkets don’t seem to be running low on: canned fish.
So I guess this is what we're doing now?
Never underestimate America’s love for potatoes.
Air Force veteran, 93, hitchhikes to store for Hershey bars, says he and girlfriend split one 'every night'
"Well, we break one up every night, and we share it, and I’m out. So I need to get to the 99-cent store to get some more Hershey bars," the 93-year-old said.
A significant portion of Wendy’s restaurants are slowly morphing into chicken joints — at least according to a recent analysis of their menus.
Triumph Foods, in St. Joseph, had begun to implement companywide testing of its asymptomatic employees in late April
Costco is following Kroger’s lead and limiting the amount of meat its members can buy in one trip.
It might be time to save your bacon.
Disney selling cloth masks decorated with popular characters, donating $1M of profits to aid organization
“Our hope is that Disney’s cloth face masks featuring some of our most beloved characters will provide comfort to the families, fans and communities that are so important to us," saidEdward Park, the senior vice president of Disney store and ShopDisney.
Police used the opportunity to remind West Virginians to remain educated on the main causes of hunting accidents.
The clinics will deploy first to plants in Iowa, Illinois and Washington, Tyson Foods confirmed.
Forget superheroes — Mattel is honoring real heroes with its newest toy line.
Your own hair might be out of control, but that doesn’t mean your dog’s furry coatneeds to suffer, too.
Your own hair might be out of control, but that doesn’t mean your dog’s furry coatneeds to suffer, too.
You better watch out, and you better not cry — Santa Claus is coming to FaceTime.
Tyson Foods processing plant in Kentucky the latest to close following reported coronavirus outbreak
The facility, located in Robards, in Henderson County, will be closed for at least four days, per a statement from the plant's manager.
Costco, Walmart, Kroger 'grossly inflated' the price of eggs during coronavirus pandemic, lawsuit claims
“As in any time of economic turmoil, there are those who seek to profit from the misery of millions," claims the lawsuit, which accuses multiple large retailers of "grossly" inflating the prices of eggs.
Your country needs you, Belgium.
The selection in your supermarket's meat counter may look a bit leaner in the coming weeks.
The chairman of Tyson Foods has issued a stark warning.
It's not quite as bleak as it sounds.
The announcement comes after the Treasury Department clarified that large companies with “substantial market value” would be unlikely to demonstrate, in good faith, that they would be in need of such small-business loans.
Those who identify as front-line workers are eligible for a free tall coffee, hot or iced.
Locals seem to be getting a kick out of the sign. Even the Junction City Police Department thanked the shop for “keeping it light and giving us a laugh.
“This is a travesty, and a disgusting display of corporate greed during a time of disaster,” the petition reads.
A single sauce packet is never enough.
Wendy’s announced that participating restaurants across the country will be giving away orders of 4-Piece Chicken Nuggets.
Virgin Australia will be 'back up and running' despite seeking bankruptcy protection, says Richard Branson
Billionaire businessman Richard Branson, the co-founder of Virgin Australia, has vowed to employees that the airline will be “back up and running soon” after the carrier was forced to seek bankruptcy protection while the coronavirus pandemic wreaks havoc on the travel industry.
On Monday, IKEA UK and Ireland shared a recipe for recreating the chain’s Swedish meatballs at home,as IKEA and its cafes in the U.K. are currently shuttered amid the ongoing coronavirus health crisis.
It wasn’t the prom she was promised, but it made for a moment she’ll never forget.
There's no great subsitute for yeast, but there are plenty of great breads you can make without it.
Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson participates in 'Me at 20' challenge, earns praise from fans: 'HI-GELLA'
If you can’t stand the heat, get out of Nigella Lawson’s Twitter feed.
He's accused of drinking or stealing around 70 bottles of liquor, the restaurant’s management estimated.
Staffing shortage at Delaware chicken plant forcing growers to 'depopulate,' dispose of millions of birds: report
Allen Harim said the chickens were being “depopulated” due to coronavirus-related staffing shortages at its processing plant, which is making it impossible to “harvest the amount of birds” they were previously able to handle.
Supermarket director has vulgar message for customer hoarding toilet paper during coronavirus pandemic
John-Paul Drake, of Drakes Supermarkets in Australia, is pointing the finger — yes, that one — at an inconsiderate customer.
Nonprofit rerecords Spanish-language national anthem to highlight Hispanic-American front line workers
The video for the new rendition of“El Pendón Estrellado” (“The Star-Spangled Banner”) features images of the Hispanic workers on the front lines of America's fight against COVID-19.
“Traumatized kids everywhere!” one Facebook user joked.
Houston restaurant owner says staff cheered after getting $1,000 tip on $19 order: 'Our hearts are full tonight'
“It was like we weren’t closed for regular business," the owner said of the restaurant's lively atmosphere after staff learned of the generous tip.
Meat industry warns of possible shortages as more processing plants close: 'Perilously close to the edge'
“It is impossible to keep our grocery stores stocked if our plants are not running," the CEO of Smithfield Foods said Sunday.
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