San Antonio is trying to keep Chick-fil-A out of its airport due to the restaurant chain's alleged anti-LGTBQ views.
Didn't get to try the famous chicken burger before it sold out last year? Popeyes is now giving it away for free.
Restaurants like Red Lobster, Chick-fil-A, and Olive Garden are all open on New Year's Day, plus other major chains.
A total of 16 major retail compnaies were handed an F by the Guns Down America group over their firearm policies and views.
The company, famous for their conservative Christian beliefs, said no faith-based organizations will be excluded from future donations.
The Reading restaurant opened on October 10. But LGBT+ rights groups expressed concerns about the company's donations to anti-LGBT groups.
Described as "disgruntled" and disorderly, an unidentified man drove his pick-up truck through the front door at the Lincoln, Nebraska branch of the chain and was shot dead by police.
The latest lawsuit filed against SIG Sauer alleges negligence by the company and brings up the gun policies of national retailers.
"We beseech you to rectify this situation immediately, promoting inclusion and equity instead of hatred and intolerance."
Fried chicken was considered a special occasion dish until the early 1900s because spring chickens were scarce.
Many of them are open but be aware of parade closures.
Editorial choices by the Daily Mississippian, the campus paper at the University of Mississippi, suggest a bias against Christians and toward leftist views. That's not right.
"Maybe I will become in a position to broker that peace deal," Mayor Pete Buttigieg said during "The Breakfast Club" podcast.
"Ultimately, we decided to lean in the direction of creating a welcoming environment where differences can be appreciated and where each individual can expect to experience dignity and respect."
The suspect faces up to six years in prison and $11,000 in fines if convicted.
The restaurant is normally closed on Sunday, but franchise owners wanted to help, and employees were more than willing to come in.
The EPA secretary set up a call with the fast-food chain's top executive last year for a "business opportunity."
"I was just in shock the whole time. You never think you'll see something like that 10 feet away from you," a witness said.