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    NLRB official rejects McDonald's bid for union documents

    A National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge denied McDonald's request for documents from groups hired by the Service Employees International Union that could have revealed the names of current and former McDonald's employees supporting the union-backed campaign demanding $15 per hour...

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    Labor groups protest Wednesday for $15 wage

    Protesters gathered outside of a McDonald's restaurant Wednesday morning, pushing for an increase in their hourly wages to $15, one of a number of gatherings throughout the country.

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    United Airlines to upgrade food for coach fliers on overseas flights

    United Airlines apparently has decided the way to customers hearts - and wallets - is through their taste buds, as the Chicago-based carrier on Wednesday will announce more food upgrades, including free wine and beer for economy passengers on long-haul international flights and three-course meals...

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    Workers push for wage hike in nation

    Thousands of fast-food burger-flippers, Wal-Mart cashiers, home-care providers, adjunct professors, and airport workers on Wednesday pushed for a $15-an-hour minimum wage in marches around the nation and in Philadelphia.

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    Bay Area fast-food workers join protest for $15-an-hour wages

    Standing in front of a McDonald's in San Jose, labor supporters rallied with fast-food workers Wednesday as part of a national push for a $15 hourly wage.

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    Labor groups protest Wednesday for $15 wage

    Protesters gathered outside of a McDonald's restaurant Wednesday morning, pushing for an increase in their hourly wages to $15, one of a number of gatherings throughout the country.

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    A taste of April in Paris

    I've never been to Paris in April, but who doesn't love the iconic song about that city in that month?

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    The joy of brown bread

    For as long as I can remember, my favorite bread, the bread that I still crave above all breads, has come in a can. It's called brown bread, or outside of New England, where it is mostly unheard of, Boston brown bread. My grandmother, whose family came from Portland, Maine, a brown-bread holy land...

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    Say Cheez-It: How a new snack got my full attention

    Product pitches are part of this job. A box arrives to my desk, unsolicited, and nestled inside some tissue paper or bubble wrap sits a press release touting the next best something or other, along with a sample.

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    Simple sparkling wine just the thing for Mexican-inspired soup

    This Mexican-style soup - more stew than soup, really - reminds us that substituting one beverage for another is what works for pairing wines with certain foods. What we usually match with Mexican fare is beer; nothing wrong with popping a brew with this stew, in fact. But beer's wine-alike is fizz...

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