A local group of Penn and Temple students held a “flash” performance inside a McDonald’s in University City last night, calling on higher wages for fast food workers.
Dozens walked off their jobs across the United States in 100 cities.
The expansion will begin in New Jersey and New York, followed by Connecticut and Massachusetts.
You don’t have to use special facial creams or start the latest fad diet in order to look and feel good. It’s much more simple and less expensive than that.
From chicken wings to mozzarella sticks, which is the most delicious fast food? You decide!
If you just happen to have one lying around, show up at any of the restaurant’s more than 1,700 locations wearing it, and you’ll get a free entrée or meal.
Think fast food has gotten healthier? You might want to put down those coconut oil-fried, sea salt-coated french fries and think again.
A consumer watchdog organization that reviewed thousands of meals for children says 97 percent of kids’ meals didn’t meet nutritional standards from the Center for Science in the Public Interest.
It may just be one of the biggest reasons for people putting on unwanted weight – not enough time to eat and eating on the run.
Higher-than-average rates of smoking, inactivity and obesity don’t help. But, it’s the socio-economic indicators — like high drop-out rate, violent crime, and childhood poverty — that really weigh it down.
Chris analyzes President Obama’s Twitter Townhall, continuing reaction to the Casey Anthony verdict, a report that says Al Qaeda will start surgically implanting bombs in terrorists and talks to CBS 3′s Ben Simoneau on the one year anniversary of the duck boat accident.
Police are searching for two armed suspects who were caught on tape robbing a fast food restaurant in Olney.
A Philadelphia-based order of Catholic nuns is ready to ask the McDonald’s fast food chain to do a better job battling childhood obesity.
The new fast food trend offers healthy options, but is it really good for you? 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl takes a closer look at the numbers and finds some shocking results.
The champion of Philadelphia’s menu labeling law says she has no desire to see the city follow in San Francisco’s footsteps in passing a bill than bans toys or gift giveaways in fast-food meals targeted at children.