The Washington Post

Breakfast is big business—why can't brunch be, too?

Another day, another American company aiming to move its headquarters out of the country.

Chipotle's sales are expected to reach almost $4 billion this year, 1,143 percent more than in 2003.

Like it or not, the paleo diet fad has now gone mainstream.

The rise of processed foods, and the ever-expanding American waistline.

Wall Street is pouring money into Chipotle copycats. D.C., though, is nearly at saturation.

Don't look now, but that greasy chicken chain on the corner is getting a giant makeover.

Putting this week's fast food pickets in context.

Poverty was good for McDonald's. Until it wasn't.