Amazon's website crashes right as its Prime Day began

(NEW YORK) -- Amazon's own online shopping holiday -- Prime Day -- was off to a rocky start when some shoppers found problems using the website when the hyped-up sales were supposed to begin.
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'MAGA' hats could double in price after new US tariffs, merchandiser says

(NEW YORK) -- The latest round of tariffs on products from China proposed by President Donald Trump could double the price of "Make America Great Again" hats inspired by his 2016 campaign slogan, according to a merchandiser who imports them.
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Four of the top five US defense firms to be led by women

(NEW YORK) -- At the start of 2019, four of America's top defense companies will be led by women.

On Thursday, the chairman and CEO of Northrop Grumman, Wes Bush, announced that he was stepping down and would be succeeded by Kathy Warden, ... Read More

Elon Musk pledges to fix Flint water in homes with contamination

(FLINT, Mich.) -- Elon Musk says he is redoubling his efforts to help Flint residents affected by the ongoing water crisis by pledging to fix the pipes in any Flint house with contaminated water.

The 47-year-old billionaire and Tesla found... Read More

Ice cream shop creates 'bouquets' featuring up to 21 scoops on a single cone

(NEW YORK) -- You've probably seen these massive, teetering towers of ice cream scoops balancing atop a single cone on your Instagram feed.

Stuffed Ice Cream, nestled in New York City's East Village, rose to social media fame for its over-... Read More

Build-A-Bear closes lines nationwide over safety concerns for 'Pay Your Age' day

(NEW YORK) -- Build-A-Bear Workshop has closed the lines to its stores nationwide and in Canada after receiving an "overwhelming response" to its first-ever "Pay Your Age" day promotion.

The popular children's store announced Monday the sa... Read More

Bulletproof clothing designers say US demand is on the rise

(Fla.) -- A Florida husband and wife duo who developed a fashion line of bulletproof clothing say they have seen the demand for their products in the U.S. increase exponentially -- and amid growing security concerns, they believe the market still has... Read More

Papa John's founder resigns as chairman after apologizing for racial slur

(LOUISVILLE, Kentucky) -- The founder of Papa John's resigned from his position as chairman of the pizza chain's board of directors, just hours after he apologized for using a racial slur during a company conference call earlier this year.

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Disruptive passenger forced to reimburse Delta for emergency landing

(TULSA, Okla.) -- Before causing a disruption on a flight, remember that there could be a hefty price to pay.

Delta Air Lines passenger Bolutife Olorunda was screaming and acting erratically recently on a flight, at which point he was appr... Read More

China promises ‘firm and forceful’ measures in response to new U.S. tariffs

(WASHINGTON) -- China promised to take “firm and forceful” measures Wednesday in response to the United States’ proposed levy of 10 percent tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods.

The American announcement came Tuesday ... Read More

Kylie Jenner on her way to being the youngest self-made billionaire, Forbes says

(NEW YORK) -- Kylie Jenner, who made a fortune with her popular cosmetics line, is poised to become the youngest self-made billionaire, according to Forbes magazine, which named her one of America's richest self-made women in 2018.

In an i... Read More