Here's the story of how the powers that be have taken on nightlife—and won.
“If children have figured out that including ice in a cold beverage decreases the amount of liquid they will receive, [then] a reasonable customer would not be deceived [by the ice],” the judge wrote.
Chipotle was recently ordered to stop firing workers for venting about poor work conditions on Twitter, but companies can technically still terminate employees for speaking out.
An Australian man has been charged with incest after sexually abusing his transgender stepdaughter since 2002. We spoke with a trans rights organization and the Human Rights Campaign to understand the heightened risks facing trans youth.
In an anti-carb world, it was only a matter of time until even the most innocuously wheaty little snacks would be under fire. Like, say, the squares of joy known as Cheez-Its.
After Megan Mengelt's mother was killed by a drunk driver, she sought counseling at her school—not realizing that her counselor was in contact with the man who took her mother's life.
Last week Ian Connor, a rising fashion and media star, brushed off rape accusations, claiming that his accuser was only coming forward because of his newfound fame. Documents obtained by Broadly show otherwise.
Jasmine Sandoval’s suit claims that she spent more than 20 percent of her working hours doing untipped work like washing dishes, but received the lower minimum wage of $5.04 that is meant to be implemented for workers who also receive tips.
The condition, known as “auto-brewery syndrome” or “gut fermentation syndrome,” is rare, but it gets those who have it quite literally drunk even when they haven’t been near a bar.
The mayor of San Vitaliano has issued an ordinance banning the usage of wood-fired ovens in restaurants and bakeries for the next three months unless they’re equipped with pollution-reducing filters.
Shkreli owns the album. The FBI arrested Shkreli. And the American taxpayer owns the FBI. So what can we do?