Gas prices at highest level in 7 years, AAA says
Gas prices jumped nine cents a gallon in the last week to hit levels not seen in 7 years, raising inflation concerns and further cutting into household budgets across the...
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Fishing Billionaire Chuck Bundrant Dies At 79
Chuck Bundrant, the titan of the fishing industry who commercialized pollock at fast food chains around the world and spent seven decades trawling northern seas, died on Sunday...
1 hour ago - Forbes
Mexican food, BBQ join forces for bold flavor at Los Gios Smoke & Grill
Los Gio's Smoke & Grill is a family endeavor that mixes owner Giovanni Gonzalez's Mexican heritage, with his wife Kristen's love of cooking and their son Gio's name.
2 hours ago - ABC
Lara Trump: I Never Expected To Find Things In Common With Jon Stewart On Trump
On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Fox News Contributor Lara Trump talks abut Jon Stewart's interview with CNN in which he said the media is spending too much time...
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Ma Lessie's Chicken & Waffles brings soul food back to Reading Terminal Market
Ma Lessie's Chicken & Waffles now occupies the stall held by KeVen Parker's Soul Food Cafe, bringing chicken and waffles and other soul food staples back to Reading Terminal.
2 hours ago - ABC
David Chang on how his sons inspired him to explore the future of food in 'Next Thing You Eat'
From lab-grown fish to burger-flipping robots, David Chang explores where food is headed in Hulu's docu-series "The Next Thing You Eat."
3 hours ago - ABC
EPA unveils strategy to regulate toxic 'forever chemicals'
WASHINGTON - The Biden administration said Monday it is launching a broad strategy to regulate toxic industrial compounds associated with serious health conditions that are...
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EPA Unveils Strategy To Regulate Toxic 'Forever Chemicals'
The long-lasting chemicals known as PFAS are increasingly turning up in public drinking water systems, private wells and even food.
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These fatty foods could be destroying your memory, say scientists
Ready meals and fast food could be destroying your memory. Scientists say highly processed foods, crisps, and deli meats containing preservatives were linked with abrupt memory...
4 hours ago - New York Post
Fasting is required to see the full benefit of calorie restriction in mice
Over the last few decades, scientists have discovered that long-term calorie restriction provides a wealth of benefits in animals. Researchers have largely assumed that reduced...
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Trump files lawsuit to block release of Jan. 6 documents, claiming executive...
Former President Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit to block the release of documents to the Jan. 6 select committee of Congress, challenging the decision of President Joe Biden...
Colin Powell's age and cancer bout left him vulnerable to COVID-19
The death of the nation's first Black secretary of state highlights the continued risk to many Americans until more of the population is immunized.
WR Ridley back with Falcons, McGary to COVID-19 reserve list
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. - The Atlanta Falcons placed right tackle Kaleb McGary on the COVID-19 reserve list Monday, while top receiver Calvin Ridley returned to practice after...
Actress Betty Lynn, Thelma Lou of ‘The Andy Griffith Show,' dies age 95
Ms. Lynn spent her last years in a retirement home in Mount Airy, N.C., the town that had served as the inspiration for Mayberry .
Mass. company producing hand-built e-bikes dubbed 'Watt Wagons'
Right now there are 2 types of Watt Wagons, one designed with the commuter in mind and the other for the off-road enthusiast.
Revisiting Derrick Henry's epic stiff-arm on Josh Norman in 2020 Titans vs...
Derrick Henry's stiff arm on Josh Norman was one of the most memorable plays from the 2020 NFL season. It didn't even count, but it had the NFL world abuzz in their meeting...
Rivera: No plan to replace Heinicke with Allen as WFT QB
Ron Rivera said Monday he is not considering replacing Taylor Heinicke with Kyle Allen as Washington's starting quarterback.
State House of Reps sets Nov. 1 vaccine proof deadline for returning employees
The news comes on the same day that Gov. Charlie Baker's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for Massachusetts executive branch employees took effect.
Trooper kicks down door to rescue dogs from burning house in Johnston County
A State Highway Patrol trooper kicked down the door of a burning house on Monday to rescue three dogs inside.
Supermarket employee slashed by man with knife during robbery, police say
A supermarket employee was slashed by a man during a robbery, police said.