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Car Crashes Into Cheesecake Factory Where an Explosive Was Detonated Two Days Earlier
It's been a rough few days for the Pasadena, California, location of The Cheesecake Factory. On Thursday night, a man tossed a homemade explosive device into the restaurant, temporarily closing it down until the following day. No one was injured, and police are still seeking a suspect. Then on
Man Sets Off Explosive Device at Cheesecake Factory
Diners at a Cheesecake Factory restaurant in Southern California had their meals interrupted Thursday night when a man tossed a homemade explosive device into the restaurant, officials said.
Drake Sings New Single Covered in Cheesecake and Wine, Courtesy of Tyra Banks
ABC News' Jesse Palmer reports the buzziest stores of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
'Xtreme Eating' Awards Name Restaurant Dishes With Big Calorie Counts
Big calories await consumers at the some of the biggest restaurant chains across the country. The nonprofit Center for Science in the Public Interest ( CSPI ) released its annual "Xtreme Eating Awards" on Monday, a list of the menu items that it says dish out more than a day's worth of recommended
Danny Ainge is the king ... of Chipotle
Members of the Celtics front office read this Sporting News story about players who love Chipotle so much they eat there four times a week, shook their heads, and laughed. "Four times a week?" Mike Zarren, the team's assistant GM, asks incredulously. "Are you kidding? That's nothing." We all know
How to Cut Down on Sugar at Your Favorite Restaurants
ABC News' nutrition and wellness editor, David Zinczenko, shares his health tips in "Eat This, Not That."
Eat This, Not That!: Chain Restaurant Options With Less Sugar
There is no sugar-coating the impact sugar can have on your body. Too much sugar is the number one driver of obesity , which can lead to other health problems ranging from diabetes to cancer to heart disease . Dave Zinczenko, ABC News’ nutrition and wellness editor, appeared on “ Good Morning
FDA's New Food Label Rules Will Reveal Some Belt Poppers, Group Says
With the new Food and Drug Administration rules requiring food sellers to post calorie counts on menu items, consumers are in for a shock. Some of their favorite items may lead to a little more belt tightening than they realized. And it's not just calories. Consumers also will be able to ask for
Curt Schilling not hiding his scars
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Curt Schilling owned October. When you win three World Series rings and submit an 11-2 postseason record with a 2.23 ERA, you prefer to stick with what works. In Schilling's case, after the 2001 championship with the Arizona Diamondbacks , after his bloody sock elevated him to
The rapid rise of Brandon Finnegan
FORT WORTH, Texas -- He is 500 miles away, a universe from the frat boys popping fireworks outside and the Chipotle on S. Hulen Street where they used to scarf down burritos. But Brandon Finnegan is still very near. He just sent one of his old TCU baseball teammates a Snapchat photo of himself