Amazon is getting ready for a big holiday season. The online retail giant will hire 120,000 seasonal workers this year, it announced Thursday. That's 20 percent more than the company brought on for the 2015 season. Amazon's seasonal hiring makes the company an outlier among retailers. Macy's, Target and Kohl's are all hiring fewer seasonal workers this year, Reuters reported.
Chick-fil-A is once again teenagers' favorite restaurant chain. It is the chicken chains fourth time making the top of the list. She wasn't too chicken to reveal these secrets. A Chick-fil-A employee claims she was fired from the restaurant after posting a now-viral TikTok video revealing menu hacks for cheaper food. The story began in late July, when TikTokker @Anasteeezy shared a quick clip to the video-sharing platform discussing an ordering hack for seasonal drinks.
No state mandates that its residents take the seasonal flu vaccine. Not one -- until recently, that is. The state of Massachusetts surprised parents on Aug. 19 with an edict ordering them to have their children injected with the seasonal flu vaccine no later than Dec. 31. If they do not, the child no longer may attend school (even if the school is still COVID-19 remote). The mandate announced by the Baker administration requires the vaccination for anyone 6 months or older in child care centers, preschool, K-12 schools, colleges and universities, unless they have a religious or medical exemption or are home-schooled.
Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. It's almost winter, which means Chick-fil-A is bringing back two cozy seasonal favorites. On Tuesday, the fast food chain announced that its Peppermint Chip Milkshake and Chicken Tortilla Soup will be returning to menus nationwide this week. However, the two "wintertime favorites" will only be available for a limited time, the announcement said.
Chick-fil-A is serving up a new chicken sandwich with pimento cheese, but there's a catch – not everyone can get their hands on it just yet. Chick-fil-A announced that it is testing the new limited-edition Honey Pepper Pimento Chicken Sandwich in select locations. The sandwich will only be available for order at participating restaurants in the Asheville, North Carolina, area and upstate South Carolina. The Honey Pepper Pimento Chicken Sandwich features Chick-fil-A's original chicken sandwich, but it has honey drizzled on it with a topping of pimento cheese – all served on a warm, toasted bun with mild pickled jalapenos. The sandwich, which has been in development for over a year, became available on Monday.