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Hurricane Joaquin has forced many Northeasterners to hunker down and prepare "go bags" in case they are forced to evacuate due to extreme weather.
Before a gun can be used for hunting, self-protection, or in a mass shooting at a school, it must be bought.
Some store shelves were already bare as residents raced to stock up on supplies ahead of the powerful storm.
Advocates of no-pedal balance bikes say they may terminate a traumatic rite of passage: young kids learning to ride on bicycles with training wheels.
Getting ready for Hurricane Joaquin isn't just about tossing some water and flashlight batteries in a go bag. You also need to check your insurance.
With hard rain coming, L.L. Bean is again drowning in duck boot orders. After last year's shortages, why haven't they done more to ramp up production?
Visit a real estate agent? Call a travel agent? Head to the Rolls-Royce dealership? None of the above.
Volkswagen's emissions scandal has fired up online interest in the German automaker's used diesel vehicles in the United States.
A breakfast cereal cafe in London's East End has become a surprising flashpoint for protest in a city increasingly polarized between rich and poor.
A former Uber driver is attempting to organize a nationwide strike against the car-sharing service. KSHB's Lexi Sutter reports.
Whole Foods will stop selling products made using a Colorado prison labor program after a protest at one of its stores in Texas.
Thursday's "chip" credit card technology deadline isn't likely to cause big problems for shoppers, but here are five potential issues to be aware of.
The agreement puts an end to court fights involving a variety of technologies, including mobile phones, Wi-Fi and Microsoft's Xbox consoles.
Few merchants or consumers are ready as the Oct. 1 deadline for "chip" credit cards arrives, but TODAY's Jean Chatzky says there's no need to panic.
Three artifacts from the Titanic -- including a menu from the last lunch served onboard -- are being auctioned on Wednesday.