Those all-too-common lists of cheap places to eat are part of a broader restaurant culture that devalues immigrant labor and ignores the consequences.
Oxfam America released a report calling on consumers to help better working conditions for the people who work at the four largest poultry producers.
Fast-food workers are staging another round of strikes, this time with plans for widespread civil disobedience to increase pressure for higher wages.
A wave of protests and walkouts is hitting fast food restaurants across the country this week.
Milwaukee, St. Louis and Detroit have joined the list of cities where fast food workers have struck for $15/hour wages and the right to unionize.
Twenty days after New York fast food employees struck for higher wages, a group of Chicago workers have taken the torch.