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  • Consuming too many food studies leaves a bad taste

     Consuming too many food studies leaves a bad taste
    Coffee is now good for you. According to a research study, it may help prevent Type 2 diabetes, Parkinson's, stroke and dementia as well as help you live a little longer. But java lovers know this: Another study says that drinking three or more cups of...
  • Timeline: Deadly Mass Killings

    A gunman at a Connecticut elementary school killed 26 people, including 20 children, on Friday. It is among the world's worst mass shootings. Here is a look at some others: The...
  • Attempt to steer McDonald's diners toward smaller meals backfires

    You might think that customers buying their lunch at McDonald’s would order meals with fewer calories if someone handed them a slip of paper reminding them that women should eat no more than 650 calories at lunchtime and men should not exceed 800...
  • California bill would fine big firms whose workers get Medi-Cal

    California bill would fine big firms whose workers get Medi-Cal
    For years, politicians and labor unions have pilloried Wal-Mart and other large employers for paying workers so little that many qualify for government health insurance at taxpayers' expense. Now critics fear the public will get stuck with an even...
  • The fine art of making art pay: Bernie Sahlins alongside McCormick, Ray Kroc

    The fine art of making art pay: Bernie Sahlins alongside McCormick, Ray Kroc
    So what did Bernie Sahlins, who died June 16, have in common with such fellow Chicagoans as Cyrus McCormick, Ray Kroc, Gustavus Swift, George Pullman, Potter Palmer, Wallace C. Abbott and Aaron Montgomery Ward? Not much, you may be thinking. Sahlins ran...
  • Dueling burrito joints fight for space at Annapolis' City Dock

    Dueling burrito joints fight for space at Annapolis' City Dock
    First, it was the silverware. For more than six years, Moe's Southwest Grill has been selling its burritos at Annapolis' historic City Dock, the waterfront store among the few "fast-casual" restaurant chains to successfully set up shop despite the...
  • L.A. now has oodles of noodles

    L.A. now has oodles of noodles
    If the cult of ramen still mystifies you, you could do worse than to grab a counter seat at the new Little Tokyo branch of Shin-Sen-Gumi, a small restaurant chain that introduced high-quality ramen from Japan's Hakata region to Los Angeles. Most ramen...
  • Can women have it all?

    Can women really have it all? We posed the age-old question to three female business leaders; here is an edited transcript of those conversations. Nicole Loftus, founder and CEO of Zorch International: "Not only can we do it all, but it's our duty...
  • Interview: It'll take Superman to pull Michael Shannon away from theater

    Interview: It'll take Superman to pull Michael Shannon away from theater
    What does Oscar-nominated actor and former Evanston Township High School student Michael Shannon plan on doing as the most high-profile film of his career, "Man of Steel" — which co-stars Russell Crowe, Amy Adams, Kevin Costner and, in the role of...
  • Orange Grand Jury indicts two more in Ocoee witness killing

    Orange Grand Jury indicts two more in Ocoee witness killing
    Two men arrested in connection to the September Ocoee witness killing of Alex Zaldivar were indicted this afternoon by the Orange County Grand Jury. Emmaneul Wallace and Donnell Godfrey were arrested in December on charges of first-degree murder and two...
  • McDonald's sales slide on avian flu fears; Wendy's revenue rises

    McDonald's sales slide on avian flu fears; Wendy's revenue rises
    McDonald’s had another rough month as sales at restaurants open more than a year slid in April, a month after the world’s largest burger company said the gauge dipped 1% during its first quarter. This time, the Oak Brook, Ill., chain...