John Oliver’s long segment last night dealt with the lives of American chicken farmers, which are, unsurprisingly, almost as bad as the lives of the chickens themselves.
Your mother's intense concern about you getting salmonella as a youth has just been put into perspective: a new study indicates that hands and cutting boards in hospitals and homes that have been in contact with poultry "remain a source of transmission for multi-drug resistant bacteria."
Feather covered thugs are throwing their weight around in the New York City borough. What can be done to stop the gobbling menace?
The November Anthropologie catalog has gone to the dogs. And pigs. And bunnies!