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Winter storms sweep the US as travelers return from Thanksgiving holiday

Winter storms sweep the US as travelers return from Thanksgiving holiday

The National Weather Service said the storm was expected to drop 6 to 12 inches of snow from the northern Plains states into Minnesota, Wisconsin and Upper Michigan.

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Ilhan Omar’s opponent banned from Twitter after suggesting congresswoman should be hanged

Ilhan Omar’s opponent banned from Twitter after suggesting congresswoman should be hanged

"Violent rhetoric inevitably leads to violent threats, and ultimately, violent acts," Omar said in response to the threatening tweets from Republican candidate Danielle Stella.

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Black Friday shopping at brick-and-mortar stores dropped by 6% as consumers spent record online

Black Friday shopping at brick-and-mortar stores dropped by 6% as consumers spent record online

Black Friday in-person shopping declined more than 6%, bucking Thanksgiving Day increases and suggesting sales are further shifting online, according to ShopperTrak.

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Hiring gains, vehicle sales, and other news affecting your money in the week ahead

Hiring gains, vehicle sales, and other news affecting your money in the week ahead

It's all about jobs on Friday, and traders will also see if vehicle sales picked up in November thanks to Black Friday deals.

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How to defend your smart home devices from hackers after Black Friday buys: Cyber strategist

How to defend your smart home devices from hackers after Black Friday buys: Cyber strategist

Between Black Friday and Cyber Monday smart devices are headed into millions of homes. It's time to learn about the vulnerabilities you may be letting in if you irresponsibly implement gadgets,...

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‘Tax Cuts 2.0’ could include a rate reduction for the middle class. Here’s who would benefit most

‘Tax Cuts 2.0’ could include a rate reduction for the middle class. Here’s who would benefit most

The idea is to lower taxes on America's middle earners in a package dubbed "Tax Cut 2.0." Yet one of the early ideas floated — reducing the 22% rate to 15% — could miss the…

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Black Friday shoppers spend record $7.4 billion in second largest online sales day ever

Black Friday shoppers spend record $7.4 billion in second largest online sales day ever

Black Friday sales hit $7.4 billion, the second-largest online shopping day ever, according to Adobe Analytics.

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Disney is dominating the animation category and no other studios seems to be able to compete

Disney is dominating the animation category and no other studios seems to be able to compete

Disney has vastly outperformed its competitors, luring audiences to theaters in droves to see new stories and sequels to franchise titles. The studios' brand reputation, story-telling and...

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Fiat Chrysler, UAW reach new tentative labor deal

Fiat Chrysler, UAW reach new tentative labor deal

Fiat Chrysler and the United Auto Workers have reached a tentative deal on a new labor contract amid tumultuous times for both sides.

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Self-driving cars were supposed to be here already — here’s why they’re not and what’s next

Self-driving cars were supposed to be here already — here’s why they’re not and what’s next

More companies are trying to bring self-driving cars to the masses than ever before. Yet a truly autonomous vehicle still doesn't exist. And it's not clear if, or when, our driverless future will arrive. Proponents…

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