Black Friday online sales dip for 1st time, Adobe finds
Americans spent $8.9 billion online on Black Friday, with spending down for the first time due to early deals, according to Adobe Analytics data.
1 injured in Black Friday shooting at Washington state mall
Gunshots rang out on Black Friday inside a packed Washington state mall.
Donations pour in for Missouri man freed after 43 years
Strickland has always maintained that he had nothing to do with the killings.
Panel OKs bid to demolish Wright Brothers' 1st bike shop
The city requested to demolish a 129-year-old building that housed the bike shop
Russia jails 5 people over coal mine disaster that killed 51
A Russian court ordered five people held in pre-trial detention for two months.
Dutch government apologizes for discredited transgender law
Law required surgery and sterilization to change gender on birth certificate.
Amid riots, France to consider some autonomy for Guadeloupe
France’s government is offering to discuss greater autonomy for the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe
Reviving Ojibwe spiritual traditions, one pet at a time
Members of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe are working to address animal neglect.
Spanish police protest government plan to reform 'gag law'
Tens of thousands of Spanish police officers and their supporters have marched in Madrid to protest against government plans to reform a controversial security law known by critics as the “gag law.”
German minister hopes patient transfers a 'wake-up call'
Millions of Germans are still holding out on getting vaccinated against COVID-19