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The issue of restoring felon voting rights has made for some unusual alliances as former felons, like Fogle, see in lawmakers like Paul, a tea party-backed Republican, a champion. Nationally, about 5.8 million people are prohibited from voting
The movie wasn't done in any particularly controlled way, but it still seemed to provide some convincing anecdotal evidence for the common sense knowledge that fast food is usually junk food. But the counterexample for fast food is Jared Fogle who
The 40-year-old woman wrote on her blog that she was inspired by Morgan Spurlock, who ate McDonald's food for a month to see the health effects of the diet, and Jared Fogle, who ate Subway every day in order to slim down, News.com.au reported.
Advocates who have pushed unsuccessfully for years to restore voting rights to convicted felons after they've completed their sentences are hopeful that support from Republican U.S...Tayna Fogle, a Lexington resident who had her voting rights
You, the ruminant-like American consumer, "chewing your cud" (Cheetos) on your voluminous reclining chair as you passively absorb advertising messages for processed food conglomerates: which fast food ad do you relate to the most?...It's right here
Families can have one more chance spend an entertaining time with their children in downtown Sycamore on Saturday before the school season sets in. Discover Sycamore will host the 13th annual Block Party from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. on downtown Sycamore.
Harris has been replaced as the host of British television show Animal Clinic after being arrested for a second time following fresh allegations of sexual abuse. Channel 5 pulled the hit show from the air in April after the Australian entertainer was
Which is why it's good to see the clueless mishmash of bad suits and inappropriate footwear sported by the celeb men at the ITV Summer Party...Gawd bless you Ben Fogle and Andrew Lloyd Webber for looking like you're wearing slippers. Three cheers for
Sharing his story paid off. Fogle weighed in at 425 pounds when he bit into his first Subway sandwich as a student at Indiana University. He said that his weight and appearance fueled habits that contributed to his obesity and that he shied away
Stories It's been 15 years since Jared Fogle waltzed into a Subway and ordered his first 6-inch turkey sub hold the cheese and mayo. Now he flashes a Subway black card for free food, flies first-class and has an estimated net worth of about $15