Bon Jovi's restaurant gives free meal to furloughed workers

Jan 21, 2019

Jon Bon Jovi's restaurant in New Jersey to provide free meals to government workers and their families during the federal government shutdown

As shutdown drags on, 'Coast Guard City' takes a hit

Jan 18, 2019

In New London, Connecticut, the community pulls together to help hundreds of unpaid Coast Guard employees as federal shutdown drags on

Clemson Tigers invited to enjoy fine dining in Chicago

Jan 17, 2019

After dining on fast food during their visit to the White House, the Clemson Tigers have been invited to eat at some of Chicago's most acclaimed restaurants.

Trump's Cuba policy hurts private sector, new figures say

Jan 15, 2019

New Cuban government statistics say President Donald Trump's Cuba policy is driving hundreds of millions of dollars from the island's private entrepreneurs to its military-controlled tourism sector, the opposite of its supposed goal

Gaza cafe owner offers fish pedicures to improve business

Jan 2, 2019

Gaza cafe owner's business is booming after launching fish pedicure service in beleaguered territory

A taste of home: Syrian TV-chef opens restaurant in Berlin

Dec 24, 2018

Syrian TV chef known as the 'queen of cooking' opens restaurant in Berlin hoping to provide a taste of home for the thousands of new arrivals who have fled the country's brutal civil war

Open and closed: shutdown's varied impact on parks, tourists

Dec 22, 2018

Tourists trekking to parks and historic sites across the U.S. are seeing a mix of impacts from the federal government's second shutdown in less than a year

Chipped tooth? No! Diner finds pearl in his oyster dish

Dec 17, 2018

A lucky diner says he happened upon a pearl while eating an oyster dish at a famous New York City restaurant

Priest takes pope's mandate - good deeds for all - across US

Dec 14, 2018

A Kentucky-based Roman Catholic priest has a 50-state congregation and a simple mandate from the pope: Go forth and do good deeds

$1M donated to students, teachers in burned California town

Nov 27, 2018

A businessman pained over the destruction to the town of Paradise caused by a deadly Northern California wildfire plans to give $1,000 each to students and staff members from the local high school

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