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Fast Food

  1. mcdrama
    McDonald’s Is Suing Its Former CEOSteve Easterbrook allegedly lied and destroyed evidence about relationships with employees.
  2. chains
    The Threat of Violence Remains All Too Real for Fast-Food WorkersDo chains like McDonald’s and Burger King do enough to protect their employees?
  3. sexual harassment
    McDonald’s Workers Say Time’s Up on Sexual HarassmentBacked by the Fight for 15, the ACLU, and the legal fund that grew out of #MeToo, fast-food employees are pushing for a safer workplace.
  4. politics
    Clemson Football’s Black Players Mostly Skipped Trump’s ‘Hamberder’ DinnerAlmost 75% of Clemson football’s black players did not attend the White House dinner, reportedly citing the president’s racism as reason to pass.
  5. the national interest
    Trump Personally Treating Champion Clemson to Finest Fast-Food Dinner“I would think that’s their favorite food,” Trump said, and also, coincidentally, the least expensive.
  6. minimum wage
    It Looks Like Fast-Food Workers in New York City Could Get a Big Raise in 2018The New York State wage board for fast-food workers voted unanimously to raise the minimum wage to $15.
  7. death by fries
    Man Throws Fries at Stepdaughter, Charged With Assault With Dangerous Weapon So salty.
  8. international intrigue
    How the War in Libya Is Like Fast FoodMuammar Qaddafi’s son explains.
  9. fatpocripsy
    Obese NYC Councilman Wants to Ban Happy Meal ToysThis guy.
  10. in other news
    The Health Department Also Thinks You Really Ought to Be Wearing a Sweater Things the New York City Health Department spends its time doing, even though we always thought they were the sorts of things that were none of the city’s business: • Determining whether we may smoke in bars. • Determining whether we may ingest trans fats. Things the New York City Health Department is apparently incapable of doing, even though we always thought this was why health departments exist: • Monitoring dirty fast-food places to ensure they’re not infested with frolicking rats. Additional responsibilities City Council Speaker Christine Quinn agrees with Mayor Bloomberg the Health Department should take on, according to today’s Post: • Making sure fast-food chains post calorie information on their menu boards.