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San Francisco’s Bacon Bacon restaurant served delicious, pork treats … until neighbors complained about the bacon aroma.
Craft brews are becoming more popular and breweries are increasing the amount they produce. But a federal tax will soon kick-in.
Lynn Tran’s “childhood dream” has turned into a nightmare.
The federal government could also use a good scrub-down.
For men in their 20’s “making it” will now be a bit harder because of large increases in their health care payments.
Immigration reform raises a range of economic and social concerns and has, not surprisingly, drawn a diversity of viewpoints.
A new decorative light sculpture in Chicago cost $3.4 million but the money could have been better spent.
Cancer survivor wins case to help the sick and elderly find cosmetologists.
Unfortunately, acts of charity can serve as a front for selfish interests. U.S. foreign food aid is one example.
New York City officials are cracking down on SideCar, a mobile carpooling app.