As the holiday season gets underway, health experts say to avoid shopping in stores when possible.
In normal times, Black Friday is the busiest shopping day of the year, drawing millions of people eager to get started on their holiday spending.
Nine other states have a similar system. But most are run by the beverage industry instead of state government.
Stores have capacity constraints and shoppers have concerns.
Just days before Thanksgiving, Sunbeam Products is voluntarily recalling more than 900,000 of its Crock-Pot 6-Quart Express Crock Multi-Cookers for a potential burn hazard.
As retailers look ahead to the holidays, in a reversal of recent years, many have already decided to shut their doors on Thanksgiving Day to accommodate their employees working during the coronavirus pandemic or take a new approach to the traditional holiday shopping season.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has ordered General Motors to recall nearly 6 million pickup trucks over issues with an airbag inflator.
Black Friday will look differently this year amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Although the $17,499.99 membership is quite a hefty fee, it also comes with a $3,500 Costco Shop Card and $4,000 worth of flight credit.
The revolutionary new self-lacing Air Jordans also change color and feature flashing lights on the sides.
Three months after a contractor hit a gas line and PG&E made an emergency repair, the homeowner was billed by the utility for confusing charges and even his own dirt.
Ring has recalled 350,000 video doorbell cameras because they could catch fire if installed incorrectly. It has received 23 reports of doorbells catching fire and eight reports of minor burns.
By next year, debt collectors will be allowed to contact debtors via text messages, email and even through private social media messaging.
A spokesperson for Kroger, which operates more than 2,000 locations nationwide, said the grocery chain put limits on the essential items “to ensure all customers have access to what they need this holiday season.”
The price at the pump is 50 cents below where it was a year ago.
The deal is expected to close within days.
Ammunition flew off store shelves around the country Tuesday as the U.S. headed into the final day of voting.
Walmart plans to bring back firearms and ammunition after recently announcing their removal.
While current Netflix subscribers will see the new prices roll out over the next couple weeks, new subscribers will have to pay the updated fees starting Oct. 29.
Allie Rasmus reports.