McDonald's cuts Angus burgers from menu McDonald's is cutting the Angus burger from its menu. The Oak Brook, Ill.-based company had said earlier this year that it was evaluating whether to continue selling the Angus Third Pounders, which were introduced in 2009 and are among the chain's priciest items. More
KFC to offer boneless chicken KFC wants to make it easier for people to eat chicken so it's getting rid of the bones. The fast-food chain is introducing fried boneless chicken chunks on April 14 as an alternative to its traditional breast, thigh and drumstick pieces. More
Hyundai, Kia recalling 1.9 million vehicles Korean automakers Hyundai and Kia are initiating one of their largest recalls ever – or more precisely, three separate service actions announced today that involve 1.9 million vehicles sold in the U.S. market since late 2006. More
Chrysler recalls Dodge Challengers for fire risk Chrysler has issued an unusually dire warning to some owners of its Dodge Challenger muscle car warning them to park the vehicles until it can make repairs due to a risk of fire. According to Chrysler, the wiring harness is the source of the problem due a batch of potentially mis-wired electrical components. More
McDonald's recalls 12 million Shrek glasses If you purchased a "Shrek Forever After" glass from McDonald's during their highly publicized Shrek movie promotion, you should know that the fast food giant is recalling the estimated 12 million plus glasses sold. The voluntary recall was announced by the ... 06/6/2010 - 8:50 am | View Link
McDonald's recalls 13.4 million "Shrek" drinking glasses Cadmium was found in the painted design of the movie characters on the glassware, which McDonald's outlets sold for about $2 each, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Canada's health ministry Health Canada. The recall affected 12 ... 06/4/2010 - 3:45 am | View Link
McDonald's recalls 12 million Shrek glasses NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- McDonald's is recalling 12 million drinking glasses featuring characters from the "Shrek" movie series because the paint used contains cadmium, which can pose health risks. The fast-food company announced the Shrek glass recall ... 06/4/2010 - 3:35 am | View Link
McDonald's recalls 12 million Shrek glasses McDonald's Corp has recalled 12 million Shrek-themed drinking glasses in the United States after a federal agency warned consumers to stop using them because they contain the toxic metal cadmium. Cadmium was found in the painted design of the movie ... 06/4/2010 - 3:00 am | View Link
McDonald's recalls 12 million toxic Shrek glasses The US Consumer Product Safety Commission warned consumers to immediately stop using the glasses; McDonald's said it would post instructions on its website next week regarding refunds. The glasses, which are being sold for about $2 (£1.30) each as part of ... 06/4/2010 - 1:28 am | View Link
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LONDON — “Downton Abbey” producer Carnival Films has joined forces with comic-book writer Stan Lee on his first TV drama for the U. K., super-hero crime thriller “Lucky Man,” which has been commissioned by U. K. pay TV operator Sky. The 10-episode one-hour series is based on an original idea by Lee and is being made in
LONDON — “Top Gear” executive producer Andy Wilman has denied reports that he is quitting the BBC show, which has an estimated audience of more than 350 million in 214 territories worldwide. His denial follows the leaking of an email he sent Monday to the show’s staff with the subject-line “Au revoir,” which suggested he
An Indianapolis tourism agency is boosting its LGBT-friendly content as Indiana receives national criticism for its new religious objections law that opponents say could permit discrimination against gays and lesbians.
A message on the home page of www.visitindy.com says that all are welcome to visit the city, and a separate page highlights some of the businesses that supportive the lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender community.
The campaign is part of an effort to separate Indianapolis from a contentious law signed by Gov.
An artist's foundation is donating $2.5 million as an endowment to expand jazz programming at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.
The museum will announce Tuesday that artist LeRoy Neiman's foundation is donating the funds, as well as Neiman's painting "Big Band.