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Walmart gets the jump on Black Friday with November 1 holiday sale

Just as Halloween ends, holiday deals begin. Walmart's first holiday sales start November 1.<p>Yesterday was Halloween, but now it's already time for Christmas.<p>Well, Christmas and holiday <i>shopping</i>, anyway.<p>In the past few years, we've seen that Black Friday deals are no longer exclusive to the day after …

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12 Ways to Make Tomato Soup

Tomato soup can be a luscious starter or a healthy comfort-food dinner. Here are 12 ways to make incredible tomato soup.<p><b>1. Chunky</b><br>Flavor your soup …

Cooking

Hallowe'en asteroid: we're in for a close encounter

It’s enough to give you nightmares: a spooky looking asteroid the size of four football pitches will whoosh past the earth, missing us by just 300,000 miles<p>It sounds like a nightmarish scenario on the scariest day of the year, but scientists say there’s no need to fear the huge space rock that …

Rugby World Cup

Facebook's 3-step plan to take over the rest of the world

Facebook has its eyes set on global domination, and it's quickly executing on its plan to get there.<p>Earlier this week, the company rolled out a new kind of ad format meant to bring a video experience to low-bandwidth emerging markets.<p>Throughout the launch event, the main refrain was how Facebook …

Emerging Markets
Labor Day

Netanyahu retraction: Nazis, not mufti, decided on Holocaust

<b>(CNN) —</b> Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has reversed controversial comments he made about the Holocaust, saying he never meant to claim that an Islamic leader persuaded Adolf Hitler to adopt the Final Solution to kill European Jews.<p>In a Facebook post Friday, Netanyahu made the latest in a …

World History