Retailers from Target to Amazon have been offering online deals since the beginning of November, and are promising “cyber” deals all week.
Police are hoping someone will recognize the woman captured by surveillance video at a Walmart who’s suspected of buying items with a stolen credit card.
Heavy rain began falling overnight in Northern California, and the southern part of the state saw sprinkles around dawn, but the strongest downpours were expected later in the day.
Corinne Pulliam Quayle, the mother of former vice president Dan Quayle and a newspaper owner and publisher, has died. She was 92.
Some business groups are beginning a new push for ending Indiana’s longtime ban on Sunday alcohol sales at retail stores.
High-level gear and biometric-analysis software are no longer limited to elite professional athletes.
That’s a far shorter list than some in the White House had hoped for when Hagel resigned last week under pressure from Obama.
The company has restored a number of important services to ensure ongoing business continuity and is working closely with law enforcement officials to investigate the matter.
“The reality is that, given our limited resources, these people are not priorities for removal. It’s time we acknowledge that and encourage them to be held accountable.”
The Nov. 22 shooting of Tamir Rice by 26-year-old police rookie Tim Loehmann outside a recreation center sparked protests in the area.
Bruce Springsteen and Chris Martin acted as the U2 frontman, who is recovering from a bike accident, at a concert Monday night honoring World AIDS Day.
Ohio’s legislation is similar to a bill pending in Congress. States with similar laws include Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Massachusetts and South Carolina.