Tips On Saving Big Bucks With Memorial Day SalesDeal experts say Memorial Day sales are some of the best since Black Friday.
Shoppers Hope To Score Memorial Day Weekend DealsThose hoping to relax this holiday weekend may head to the beach or hit up a barbecue, while others prefer to shop, perhaps until they drop.
LuLaRoe Retailers Sue Company Over Claims Of Poor Quality, Over Saturated MarketLuLaRoe has been filling the closets of countless mothers across the country, but now some who have invested thousands of dollars to sell the popular product say it's a bad business deal.
The Natural Lawn Is Making A ComebackThe New York State Department of Environmental Conservation encourages natural lawn care, saying it has been practiced for much longer than chemical lawn care and can easily be implemented anywhere.
San Francisco Start-Up Unveils Shocking Way To Give Athletes An EdgeAthletes are always looking for an edge -- a better workout technique or device that will make them stronger, faster, or more explosive.
The Honest Company Announces Voluntary Recall Of Some WipesThe Honest Company has launched a voluntary recall of some wipes due to possible mold.
Seen At 11: Who Else Has Access To Your Surveillance Cameras?You install a security camera to keep an eye on your business or home, and keep your family safe.
‘Wannacry’ Ransomware Attack Hits Businesses In Dozens Of CountriesA huge extortion cyber attack hit dozens of nations. The attack held computer data for ransom at hospitals, telecommunications firms, and other companies.
Perdue Foods Recalling Thousands Of Pounds Of Chicken Sausage LinksRoughly 2,000 pounds of the sausage links were shipped to Connecticut and Maryland.
Accidental Discovery Leads To Crayola's New Blue Crayon ColorScientists at Oregon State University accidentally discovered the brilliant blue hue when they were experimenting with materials that could be used in electronics.
Several Aunt Jemima Frozen Products Recalled Due To Listeria ConcernsPinnacle Foods Inc. said Friday the safety of its customers is its top priority and no illnesses have been reported. It says it initiated the recall when testing indicated the presence of Listeria monocytogenes in the plant environment.
Jury Awards Record-Setting $110.5 Million To Woman With Cancer In Baby Powder LawsuitLois Slemp, who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2012, blames her illness on her use of the company's talcum-containing products for more than 40 years. Her cancer has spread to her liver.

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