Shoppers have begun lining up at stores in a mall in New Jersey to celebrate Black Friday. Analysts consider the five-day Black Friday weekend, which includes Cyber Monday, a key barometer of shoppers' willingness to spend, particularly this year. (Nov. 25)
Twitter users, meanwhile, cracked ketchup jokes about the conviction of the former president's company for tax fraud.
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White elephant gifts are fun way to gift someone something unique or funny. We've found the best gifts like record coasters and mini bowling sets.
When it comes to decorating for the holidays, some Housewives opt for red and green while others go for silver and gold. For Margaret Josephs? The category is ... black and white. In a few recent Instagram Stories, The Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member gave fans a sneak peek at one of the Christmas trees in her home, showing off her unique holiday style. In posts shared on December 4 and 5, where Margaret was "twinning" with her dog and announcing upcoming events, respectively, the glamo
The three fast-food burger giants all have the same idea (here's how you can get a free meal and some great deals).
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Costco may be Yahoo Finance’s 2022 Company of the Year, but its smaller, wholesale retail rivals, Sam’s Club and BJ’s Wholesale Club, give it, and shoppers, something to think about.
Netizens in Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania are not pleased by reports that Uganda Medical Association’s (UMA) president Samuel Oledo led a section of medical practitioners and students to kneel before president Yoweri Museveni, begging him to run for presidency again in 2026.
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Tennessee police officers intervened in a robbery attempt at a mall Saturday evening, possibly preventing a crime spree from spreading to other areas.
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Do not try this at home.
As Teresa Giudice declared in a December 4 Instagram Story video, “It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas” at her New Jersey home. In the video, The Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member was in her car as she pulled up to the house she shares with her husband, Luis “Louie” Ruelas. Trees on both sides of her were adorned with bright white lights, and as she got closer to her front door, a trio of Christmas trees set the festive mood. An illuminated garland was placed over the doorway just
Whether you're shopping for holiday decor, hosting supplies, gifts or other seasonal needs, you can find it all at Costco. And from now through Dec. 24, Costco is offering incredible deals on items to...
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Whiskey makers around Kentucky have some pretty fun stuff hitting shelves just in time for holiday season gifting.
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Oscar-nominated actor James Woods is challenging his neighbor's effort to build a home on Boone Lake
On Monday, the Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that’s framed as being about free speech but is actually a Trojan horse for upending civil rights protections. So, naturally, the Supreme Court’s chief troll, Justice Samuel Alito, decided to joke around about the Ku Klux Klan.
The mother of Athena Strand, the 7-year-old Texas girl whom a FedEx contract driver is accused of kidnapping and killing, shared a heartbreaking message about her daughter.
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Judge Regina Thomas revoked his bond in case involving an incident in 2020.
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These out-of-the-box door decorations will brighten up your front porch and help spread the Christmas cheer this holiday season. Plus, get our best DIY holiday wreath crafts! Get the tutorial at Fynes Designs.
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Nick Fuentes, a white supremacist leader who recently dined with former President Donald Trump, was caught on camera hurling a drink at customers at a Hollywood In-N-Out Burger over the weekend.
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Reality television couple, Todd and Julie Chrisley, were recommended to serve their sentences for fraud and tax evasion in Florida prisons.
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Idaho police on Monday shared several updates in their investigation into the murders of four University of Idaho students on Nov. 13, though there are still no suspects.
The killer behind the Idaho student slayings likely left DNA behind but the college house crime scene could complicate the investigation, police expert says
"So you have all this blood, and there might be hair fibers, but you're also dealing with a college house," a retired NYPD sergeant told Insider.