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Cities vie for attention from Amazon to host new headquarters

(NEW YORK) -- When Amazon announced its plan to accept bids from cities for the location of its second headquarters, various U.S. cities developed elaborate plans to catch the attention of the e-commerce giant.

On Sept. 7 Amazon CEO Jeff B... Read More

Restaurant owner proudly defends serving Popeye's chicken on her menu

(LONG BEACH, Calif.) -- After a Yelp reviewer slammed a southern California restaurant for its use of food from a popular fast food chain, the owner embraced the criticism and hailed the pre-made product.

Kimberly Sanchez, the owner of Swe... Read More

Breakup retreat turns healing from heartbreak into a business

(NEW YORK) -- While many deal with a breakup by eating large amounts of ice cream, those with some extra cash to spend may opt to visit a post-breakup retreat to find healing after a romance ends.

Amy Chan, a relationship columnist, founde... Read More

Burger King takes stand against bullying in fascinating new ad

(NEW YORK) -- Burger King released a three-minute video on Tuesday that highlights the prevalence of bullying in society.

The video, filmed at a California location of the fast food chain by hidden camera, shows the results of a social exp... Read More

Florida brewery encourages boycott of speech by white nationalist Richard Spencer with free beer

(GAINESVILLE, Fla.) -- A Florida brewing company is offering free beer to those who boycott a speech by white nationalist Richard Spencer scheduled to take place at the University of Florida on Thursday.

Alligator Brewing instructed people t... Read More

Record-setting day on Wall Street despite large decline in new home starts

(NEW YORK) -- Record closes for all three major indices on Wednesday, including a new milestone for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, despite a poor month for new home starts.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 160.16 on Wednesday, fi... Read More

Ford announces recall of 1.3 million vehicles due to door latch issue

(DEARBORN, Mich.) -- The Ford Motor Company is recalling more than one million F-Series pickup trucks due to door latch flaws that could cause vehicle doors to unexpectedly open.

In a press release, the company says the recall affects 1.3 ... Read More

Company pulls Anne Frank Halloween costume from website amid backlash

(NEW YORK) -- A costume company has removed an outfit depicting German-born diarist Anne Frank, a Jewish victim of the Holocaust, from its website after public outrage.

Ross Walker Smith, a publicist for, the parent company of Hall... Read More

Amazon Studios President Roy Price resigns amid harassment allegation

(NEW YORK) -- Amazon Studios President Roy Price has resigned, ABC News has confirmed.

Price was put on leave last week, following an allegation of sexual harassment involving Isa Hackett, an executive producer on the network's series &ldq... Read More

Harvey Weinstein resigns from the board of the Weinstein Co.

(NEW YORK) -- Harvey Weinstein resigned from the board of the Weinstein Co. during a conference call with the remaining board members, ABC News has confirmed.

He is still pursuing a claim he was wrongfully fired from the company.

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Dow hits 23,000-milestone

(NEW YORK) -- The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit 23,000 on Tuesday morning, but fell just below the milestone at the close.

The Dow climbed 40.48 (+0.18 percent) to finish at 22,997.44, a new record.

The Nasdaq slid 0.35 (-0.0... Read More

President Donald Trump drops to bottom half of Forbes 400 list of richest people in America

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump is not as wealthy as he was last year, according to Forbes magazine, which dropped him 92 spots on its annual list of the 400 we... Read More

Makeup artist turns herself into horrifying monsters

(DORSET, England) -- Meet Sammy Staines of Dorset, England.

The Instagram star said she loves doing them because “there is no limit to what you can create.”

Staines, 31, said she started out doing “just beauty ... Read More

California becomes first state to require pet stores to sell rescue animals

(NEW YORK) -- California will soon implement a new statewide ban on sales of animals commercially raised in puppy mills.

Gov. Jerry Brown last Friday signed into law bill A.B. 485, making it illegal for pet stores to sell dogs, cats and ra... Read More