Chili’s is all about adding more meat to their fajitas, ribs, and burgers—and their latest endeavor is rolling out the brand new Boss Burger. This monstrosity of a sandwich stacks five different types of meat including bacon, pulled rib meat, jalapeno sausage, brisket, and a half-pound of burger meat. How Many Calories Are in Chili’s New Boss Burger?
Starbucks is notorious for seasonally spiking their menus with new and outrageous frappuccinos. (Remember the Halloween-themed Zombie Frappuccino and the Unicorn frap that went viral?) While these over-the-top concoctions are usually temporary menu items, the coffee giant just added two new frappuccinos to its menu—the Ultra Caramel Frappuccino and the Triple Mocha Frappuccino—and they’re both here to stay.
Polyamory is on the rise, and there’s one more group planning to make things official — Brazilian soccer legend Ronaldinho and his “fiancées,” Priscilla Coelho and Beatriz Souza.
A meal at McDonald’s isn’t meant to leave a dent in your wallet, yet there are more ways to save at the franchise besides ordering from the upgraded dollar menu. If you’re looking to shell out fewer bills at the drive-thru, there’s a seriously easy (and overlooked) way to do so: Just download the McDonald’s mobile app. Thanks to Reddit user itaxrs1‘s enlightening question, “Am I missing out by not having the Mcdonald’s app?”, people are giving us the inside scoop on the fast food joint app’s cash-saving deals.
"Having #ItAll would mean living in a world where there is no multi-billion dollar weight loss industry telling us we aren't good enough the way we are and we need to buy product after product to feel/be better," one critic tweeted.
Enter oat milk. Its core production process is similar to that of almond milk: gluten-free oats are soaked in water, pulverized in a blender, and then strained to produce a subtle-tasting plant milk that can be used in anything from coffee to cereal and baking. Oatly, a Swedish brand that’s been in the biz for two-and-a-half decades, debuted the first-ever oat milk and introduced it to the US about two years ago.
Irish citizens are flying home from around the world to vote in the referendum on whether to overhaul the legislation that currently outlaws abortion in almost all circumstances.
Olympic gold medalist Summer Sanders tells skin cancer to “take a hike” several years after being diagnosed with melanoma.
A Chilean sex abuse survivor says Pope Francis, in a private meeting, told him his homosexuality was part of God's love. Here's how that single phrase could reshape the future of Catholic education.
A mother of a baby with Down syndrome -- and her second child with the diagnosis -- shares the highs and lows of unlimited time spent with her baby before she returns to work.
A high school English teacher shared a Twitter thread of why he didn’t punish a tired teen for falling asleep in his class.
The FDA has granted Restylane Lyft approval for use on the back of the hands, making it the first hyaluronic filler to get approval for use outside the face.
For a growing swath of Americans, “Where are you from?” is a loaded question. It might seem innocuous enough — why shouldn’t someone be curious about your story?
The "Today" host blamed her polka-dot dress for sparking pregnancy rumors, but insisted that it's a question women should never be asked.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Melissa Fumero, who gave birth last year, obviously felt the pressure to lose her baby weight and decided to air her feelings on Twitter.
In the Q&A portion of the Miss USA 2018 pageant, contestants were asked to comment on recent stories involving female empowerment and gender equality. See who rose to the occasion.