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House GOP eyes food stamp overhaul, possible requirements

House Republicans are laying the groundwork for a fresh effort to overhaul the food stamp program during Donald Trump’s presidency, with the possibility of new work and eligibility requirements for millions of people.

Starbucks to boost number of shops by almost 50 percent

Starbucks plans to add 12,000 stores around the world, as well as expand its high-end drinks and stores, and build on its mobile offerings – including being able to place orders by voice command or messaging – as part of the company’s five-year plan to grow sales and profit.

Three Everglades deer found in one big python belly

Pythons eat a lot. No surprise there. But in a new study, scientists examining poop from a Burmese python bagged in the Everglades discovered the ravenous snakes may be gorging themselves on a Denny’s scale of a Lumberjack Slam with two Moons over My Hammy. One snake. Three deer inside.

Tunisian spiced butter makes everything it touches better

Weeknight dinners challenge all of us – especially during the overloaded holiday season. I employ a few tricks to help lessen the angst: I keep a stash of individually wrapped, quick-to-cook proteins in the freezer; stock the refrigerator with interesting condiments; and seek out pre-cut vegetables in the produce section.

Paul Lindholdt: Instead of feeling threatened by vegetarians, try practicing tolerance

One day you’re likely to find a vegetarian on your porch; it might be a sibling, daughter, grandson, parent, friend or would-be lover. You might complain the diet is a pretense and a sham, a selfish rebellion, a mockery of practices that the rest of you hold dear. You might try to starve the rebel, humiliate or coerce her to compliance. Consider these alternatives instead.

Creator of McDonald’s Big Mac dies

The Pittsburgh-area McDonald’s franchisee who created the Big Mac nearly 50 years ago has died. Michael “Jim” Delligatti was 98.

Drug-resistant salmonella linked to Wisconsin calves

Federal and state health officials say a multistate outbreak of salmonella bacteria that is resistant to several drugs has been linked to infected dairy bull calves purchased in Wisconsin.