The fast food favorite announced today that over the next five years they will stop serving chicken raised with antibiotics. That comes on the heels of big changes at two other American staples. Kraft... See More
The fast food favorite announced today that over the next five years they will stop serving chicken raised with antibiotics. That comes on the heels of big changes at two other American staples. Kraft says it is changing the rescue for some cheese slices, switching from artificial to natural preservatives. And subway promises it will no longer treat its bread with a chemical xhobly found in yoga mats. And all you muscle car fans, watch this and weep. Eight vintage core vets swallowed hole by a 40-foot sink hole. It happened at the national corvette museum in Kentucky. Thank goodness no one was hurt. Stwruk sural engineers now on the scene to see if any of the cars can be salvaged. That sight is also home to the only corvette factory in America, which is why those priceless cars were stored there, despite the sink hole threat. And one of baseball's biggest stars is hanging up his cleats. Yankees superstar Derek Jeter announced this season will be his last. At the ripe old age of 39, Jeter says it's time. Posting on Facebook, "I could not be more sure. I know it in my heart." And lots of hearts will be tugging on his last scheduled game against long-time rye values, the red sox at fenway. Ticket prices of that one already soaring. Up next, the princess pooch.
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