New Mexico's film industry appears to be on the brink of a boom thanks to abortion law controversies in other states and expanded incentives. A recent spike in film production in the state comes as Hollywood
Target suffered a technological glitch that stalled checkout lines at its stores worldwide Saturday, exasperating shoppers and eating into sales at a prime time for retailers. The outage periodically Target's
Attorney General William Barr met with the general counsel of several major banks on Friday to address elder financial exploitation – a type of abuse in which older Americans lose money to fraud. The centered
The eastern Oregon city of Pendleton has stopped jailing people unable to pay fines, a city official said, following the settlement of a federal lawsuit contending city officials were running a debtors'
Target customers nationwide were “unable to make purchases” on Saturday after checkout systems across the country crashed, the company confirmed. In a tweet, Target said that it’s “aware that guests are
One decade after the financial recession, new home construction has remained relatively sluggish -- meaning that American homes are getting older, and as a result, homeowners are funneling more money remodeling.
If you’re looking for a secluded area this real estate has it all including two private islands and just a short ride to Manhattan. The Columbia and Pea Islands is on the market for $13 million, according
North Dakota plans to ask the Trump administration to intervene in a dispute over Washington state's new safety restrictions on oil shipped by rail. Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem told The Bismarck he
Perdue announced it was also getting in on the popular plant-based food industry with the launch of its Chicken Plus products. The company announced its new Chicken Plus products included nuggets, tenders
Old Navy fans can rejoice Saturday because the retailer’s $1 flip flop sale is back - with a chance to win $24,000. The retailer has offered its customers a chance to win $24,000 if they find the golden
JJ Watt calls on fans to ‘chip in and buy’ Whataburger after Texas chain’s majority stake is sold to Chicago firm
Houston Texans star JJ Watt has called on fans of fast food chain Whataburger to buy the Texas-based fast food joint back after a majority stake was sold to a Chicago investment firm. News of the sale
Turkey has criticized the leaders of southern European Union nations for urging the EU to consider taking action against Turkey over its bid to drill for gas in waters where Cyprus has exclusive economic
A federal judge is ordering unions that represent American Airlines mechanics not to interfere in the airline's operations. The judge's order Friday came after American asked for a temporary restraining
At the 11th hour of merger talks, T-Mobile US, Inc., CEO John Legere and Sprint, Corp. Executive Chairman CEO Marcelo Claure have taken the lead in negotiating with the Department of Justice as a decision
Mattel is bringing a new digital aspect to the classic Hot Wheels toy. The company launched Hot Wheels id on Friday, which offers kids “a Mixed Play experience” through updated cars, a Smart Track and
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is calling "completely erroneous" a published report that an initial 2020 deadline for completing the design of a $20 bill featuring Harriett Tubman could have been met.
Oklahoma's governor and Republican legislative leaders are raising concerns about the state's proposed $85 million settlement with an opioid manufacturer that has yet to be approved by a judge. Gov. Kevin
A former Houston Texans employee alleges that the team’s recently fired general manager, Brian Gaine, engaged in discriminatory practices during his tenure with the franchise, according to a report on
Six Flags Great Adventure announced a new feature on Wednesday -- but it’s not a roller coaster. The New Jersey-based theme park “is now almost fully-powered by solar energy” now that a project with energy
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is recommending attendance be capped at existing levels for the next 10 years at the annual Burning Man counter-culture festival in the desert 100 miles (160 kilometers)
The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday ruled that the state's cap on damages for noneconomic injuries in personal injury lawsuits is unconstitutional. The court ruled 4-2 that capping damages an injured person
The Trump administration has suspended a complaint it had made against China to the World Trade Organization, a shift that might signal a slight opening in the administration's trade war with Beijing.
President Trump had tough words for Iran, China and even the Federal Reserve on Friday, all ahead of a meeting with some of the nation’s top CEOs and before the rollout of a new health care plan intended