An incident involving a Republican senator who threatened to sue over a restaurant's mask mandate raises questions about who's legally in the right.
Restaurants are still trying to figure out what being 'COVID-19 safe' is going to look like, or if it's even possible. And they're getting creative.
Researchers in the country have suggested that drug smugglers may have used wine bottles to transport liquid MDMA or cocaine.
In the 45-second commercial, a burger is assembled in the most photogenic way possible, and then left to rot for the next four weeks.
A shitstorm erupted a few days ago after a plainclothes NYPD officer bit into a sandwich in Queens, New York, and got a mouth full of razor blade.
Imagine being sent a health professional to prove that you're not just sleeping off last night's White Claws.
And if you won’t touch raw chicken for fear of germs, you probably shouldn’t eat ass, according to a new study.
After falling to the floor, the lawsuit alleges, "[she] was unable to stop vomiting or defecating as she kneeled... causing [her] clothing to soil."
Taco Bell has more than a dozen different add-ons for its orders of nachos, but none of them are household fixtures.
So can we go back to buying ice cream and feeling reasonably confident that no one else's tongue has touched it? OF COURSE NOT.