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As the Justice Department and the former CEO's lawyers negotiate a shorter prison sentence, his old employees say it's a really bad move.
The chicken wing chain is offering free meals for moms, and it expects to see 20,000 of them Sunday.
The maker of a mannequin that bleeds when shot, and was named 'The Ex,' pulls the product. But that's not the end of it.
A precious metals sell-off has lowered prices and lifted demand beyond production capabilities, which means new investors will have a tough time finding 'America the Beautiful.'
They're using a service that follows shoppers to figure out their buying patterns.
Workers in Nevada claim they weren't paid for time spent waiting in screening lines after their 12-hour shifts.
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The retailer labels the character's fake memoir as non-fiction. This comes weeks after it categorized the the Bible as fiction.
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The IRS is struggling to combat identify thieves who file fraudulent tax returns in the names of older residents who don't need to file.