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  • Fast-food workers protest for higher wages in Los Angeles

    Fast-food protests that started in New York spread to Los Angeles and other cities across the nation Thursday as workers called for higher wages and the chance to unionize. Dozens of fast-food workers and supporters marched outside a South Los Angeles...
  • Connecticut fast food workers in three cities join national strike

    Connecticut fast food workers in Hartford, West Haven and Manchester joined in a national strike Thursday seeking "living wages" and union representation. Employees of McDonalds, Dunkin Donuts, Burger King and other fast food franchises in 60 cities...
  • Burger King French Fry Burger joins growing list of food mash-ups

    Burger King is to begin selling a $1 "French Fry Burger" next week, as in French fries piled on top of a hamburger patty. For all of you out there -- and you know who you are -- who already pile French fries on top of your burger, sorry. You cannot...
  • McDonald's offers new vegetarian wraps, but only in Canada

    McDonald's offers new vegetarian wraps, but only in Canada
    McDonald's in Canada is offering its first new vegetarian entrees in more than a decade. The fast-food chain began selling two new vegetarian McWrap flavors Tuesday, reported the Canadian National Post.  One of the new flavors is a Mediterranean wrap,...
  • Burger King launches the French Fry Burger

    Burger King launches the French Fry Burger
    In its ongoing drive to attract value-conscious diners, Miami-based Burger King is introducing a French Fry Burger to its dollar menu starting Sept. 1. A French Fry Burger? Said a Burger King rep in an email: “The offering includes a savory...
  • Fast-food workers across U.S. rally for $15 hourly pay

    Fast-food workers across U.S. rally for $15 hourly pay
    LOS ANGELES and NEW YORK — In the aftermath of the recession, hundreds of workers in low-wage industries have tried to call attention to how difficult it is to survive on the minimum wage. Thursday might have been their biggest effort yet. Fast-...
  • Review: 'Best Kept Secret' shows young lives on the cusp of change

    Review: 'Best Kept Secret' shows young lives on the cusp of change
    John F. Kennedy High School considers itself Newark, N.J.'s "Best Kept Secret" — the staff even answers the phone with that tag line, and deservedly so. But as Samantha Buck's moving documentary makes clear, the secret weapon at the public school...
  • Film Review: 'Diana'

    The campy guilty pleasure suggested by the trailer to "Diana" proves a marketing mirage thanks to "Downfall" director Oliver Hirschbiegel's sensitive direction of an overly earnest drama. While mostly swerving past the pitfall of tastelessness, this...
  • Deputies: Burger King assistant manager took bank bag to 'teach co-worker a lesson'

    Deputies: Burger King assistant manager took bank bag to 'teach co-worker a lesson'
    Montrale Hamilton, an assistant manager at a Burger King in Deltona, told deputies that when he noticed a bank deposit bag on the floor next to the safe, he presumed the other assistant manager had dropped it on the floor while doing the deposits,...
  • 5,000 guns from buyback events melted into rebar, officials say

    5,000 guns from buyback events melted into rebar, officials say
    More than 5,000 weapons collected in various buyback programs were melted down into steel rebar Tuesday morning, authorities said. Officials from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and the Santa Monica, Inglewood and Culver City police...
  • New Haven, Birthplace of the Burger

    New Haven, Birthplace of the Burger
    New Haven is the birthplace of the hamburger. Apparently, this distinction has been codified by the Library of Congress. More specifically, as every New Havenite knows, it all started at Louis' Lunch in 1900, five years after that place opened its doors....