Whole Foods is ditching plastic straws
This could be the last straw for Whole Foods customers. The supermarket chain announced on Monday that it's eliminating plastic straws from all stores in the US, Canada and the...
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Eating the Right Food to Boost Gut Bacteria Could Ease Symptoms of Anxiety
Scientists looked at studies on diets, including the low FODMAP diet.
2 hours ago - Newsweek
Nurse Hitchhikes to Help Girl Whose Photo Drew Attention to Hunger in Venezuela
Many who saw the picture of Anailin Nava, a 2-year-old girl suffering from malnutrition, wanted to help. One nurse packed some food and hitchhiked to her home.
2 hours ago - NY Times
Man dies after being pinned fixing sign at Dyer restaurant
An Illinois man died after he was pinned while repairing a sign at a Dyer fast food restaurant, officials said. Police, fire and ambulance services were dispatched 11:13 a.m...
3 hours ago - Chicago Tribune
Taco Bell drive-thru worker fired for spewing anti-Muslim rant at customer
A Taco Bell employee in Missouri was fired after a video of her spewing an anti-Muslim rant at a customer spread across the internet, a report said. The fast-food worker, who...
3 hours ago - New York Post
Secret fast-food menu items revealed: Lowell and Justin try it out
WBAL-TV 11's Lowell Melser and 98 Rock's Justin Schlegel went to crack the code on which secret menu items are real, and which are a hoax.
4 hours ago - WBALTV
Modern farmers work harder than cavemen did: study
Most would consider themselves lucky to have been born in the modern age - unthreatened by food scarcity and saber-toothed tigers. But a new anthropological study based in the...
4 hours ago - New York Post
Helping Picky Eaters
Parents of picky eaters know that it can be a struggle to get kids to eat healthy. So Jane Monzures is meeting up with an expert to learn how to help picky eaters make healthy...
4 hours ago - WGN TV
Food vendor says fired cafeteria worker didn't follow rules
MANCHESTER, N.H. - The president of a food service company that fired a New Hampshire school cafeteria worker is accusing her of allowing a student who couldn't pay for lunch...
4 hours ago - The Seattle Times
UN warns food aid to Yemen could be suspended
World Food Programme says it could suspend aid in Houthi-controlled areas due to 'repeated obstacles' placed in its way.
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Parents of dead West Point cadet can use his sperm, judge rules
A judge has cleared the way for the parents of a 21-year-old West Point cadet who died in a skiing accident to use his frozen sperm to produce a child.
Feds: DeVos used personal emails for work in ‘limited' cases
An internal Education Department watchdog says Secretary Betsy DeVos has sometimes used personal email accounts for government business and did not always save the messages...
'Sesame Street' introduces Karli, a Muppet in foster care
In an effort to support foster children and families, there's a new Muppet family living on Sesame Street.
Ford announces cuts to 10% of its workforce, totaling 7,000 jobs
The company says it is undertaking a major restructuring, and that it will trim thousands of jobs by August.
Kings Island offering free admission to military, veterans this weekend
Kings Island is offering free admission to active and retired members of the U.S. military during the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
‘Never a dull moment': Florida sheriff's office called after shark, gator...
In what the sheriff's office called its “most Florida call of the week,” deputies discovered a shark that had been dumped in a creek and found an alligator nearby.
Judge rules against Trump in records dispute with Congress
WASHINGTON - A federal judge in Washington has ruled against President Donald Trump in a financial records dispute with Congress. Judge Amit Mehta's ruling says Trump cannot...
Police launch manhunt for Alabama man accused of killing 1 officer, wounding...
He is “armed and definitely considered dangerous," police said.
'Disgusting' video appears to show man urinating on memorial of 9-year-old...
Police say two 23-year-old men are facing charges in connection with the video.
1st black woman sworn in as Chicago mayor; vows big reforms
CHICAGO - Lori Lightfoot told aldermen and other city powerbrokers assembled at her inauguration Monday as Chicago's first black woman mayor that she meant what she said on the...