We spend way less than other cities on the stuff.
Plus: Booze is increasingly being sold at fast-food joints; and bumper corn crops might mean there's a chance of food costs going down, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Obese children perform poorly on tests after ingesting unhealthy foods; and people in Wisconsin are illegally selling food stamps online, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Kids in California spend 24 hours in a Denny's to set a Guinness World Record; and fast food jobs become desirable in the tough economy, all in our morning news roundup.
A conservative website brings out its "experts" to debunk the thinking that first went into the decision.
The sandwich-making megachain is the new king of fast food.
Plus: Good magazine takes issue with Costco even after the big-box agreed to stop selling endangered fish; and Campbell's Soup Co. works to curb a health crisis that it and other food companies helped create, all in our morning news roundup.
A newly unearthed trove of letters shows the 'Catcher in the Rye' author preferred Whoppers over other burgers.
If you've decided to eat at a fast-food restaurant, you've already given up on the idea of healthy eating.
They know you're feeling fat and poor. And they say: "So what?"
The fast-food chain gets into bed with a "rabidly anti-gay" organization, in turn promoting a hateful and discriminatory agenda.
Why robbing a drive-thru restaurant--through the window--is difficult, cocktails are too fancy these days, and more in your daily news.
Six-cheese-and-double-bacon pizzas, sausage balls, and a Taco Bell–Cinnabon collaboration are all about to become realities.
Plus: Jamie Oliver despises his wife, pizza wars, and more, all in our morning news roundup.
"Westwood and Venice have community design guidelines for new construction and renovations; South Los Angeles deserves the same," says council member Jan Perry.
Plus bartending can take a serious physical toll, and meat, milk, eggs and cheese prices are on the rise, all in our morning news roundup.
Two fast-food favorites are poised to open dozens of locations throughout New York City.
The Mexican food giant buys a big baker from the U.S., while a Kansas nutrition professor claims the Hostess snack helped him lose 27 pounds.
Plus the chairman from Iron Chef America gets tapped to play the villian on Hawaii 5-0, and fast food is easier to buy than groceries for a half million Detroit residents, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: mediocre ribs anger Randy Moss, and Detriot's 'food desert' gets some landscaping, all in our morning news roundup.