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94-year-old woman celebrates 44 years working at McDonald's

(EVANSVILLE, Ind.) -- One 94-year-old woman is celebrating 44 years behind the counter at McDonald's.

"When I started, I didn't start to stay," Loraine Maurer told ABC News, adding that she started working at McDonald's in 1973 after her h... Read More

Ride-sharing app Lyft to help riders donate to charity

(NEW YORK) -- The popular ride-sharing app Lyft will soon install a new feature that will allow users to donate extra change to charity.

The company announed in a blog postRead More

5 ways to save on summer vacation flights

(NEW YORK) -- Rick Seaney is the CEO of FareCompare, a website that curates the best deals on flights from around the world. He explains how you can save some money if you are planning on travelling this summer by doing a few simple things right now.... Read More

Uber self-driving SUV involved in accident in Arizona

(TEMPE, Ariz.) -- An autonomous Uber vehicle was involved in an accident in Tempe, Arizona, on Friday night.

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Americans are dying with an average of $62k of debt

(NEW YORK) -- You're probably going to die with some debt to your name. Most people do. In fact, 73 percent of consumers had outstanding debt when they were reported as dead, according to December 2016 data provided to Credit.com by credit bureau Exp... Read More

3 can't-miss tips for cheap summer flights

(NEW YORK) -- Can't seem to find a reasonably-priced summer flight? ABC News' travel editor gave her top three tips to "Good Morning America."

1. July 9 is the day to avoid this summer, according to CheapAir.com, an American online travel ... Read More

ICAO calls for cockpit cameras in all newly-designed planes by 2023

(MONTREAL) -- The aviation-safety arm of the United Nations has called for all newly-designed planes to have video cameras in the cockpit, according to a letter obtained by ABC News. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) sent the lette... Read More

OK Foods recalls chicken products over possible metal contamination

(WASHINGTON) -- OK Foods Inc. is recalling about 933,272 pounds of its breaded chicken products over fears that they may have been contaminated with metal and other materials, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said.

The recall was initiat... Read More

Pennsylvania restaurant offers discount for families who have phone-free meals

(STROUDSBURG, Pa.) -- What would it take to get you to put down your phone during a meal?

Sarah’s Corner Café in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, is offering a deal for people who want to enjoy a meal, and each other, unplugged.
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Is gourmet popcorn worth the price tag?

(NEW YORK) -- Popcorn sales are skyrocketing, with Americans eating three billion gallons a year. And now, there are new gourmet flavors ranging from the simple to exotic.

But as the variety goes up so does the price tag. In fact, some pre... Read More

Tax Tip: Getting deductions for higher learning

Education is a good investment but it isn't cheap. Thankfully, there are ways you can cash in on your kids' higher learning when you file your taxes.

"The American Opportunity Tax Credit is available for the first four years of college, depend... Read More

President Trump climbs into an 18-wheeler and pretends to be a trucker

(WASHINGTON) — Donald Trump, trucker-in-chief?

That's the role the president briefly assumed Thursday when he climbed into the drivers seat of a Mack 18-wheeler parked on the South Lawn of the White House.

Trump, who wore ... Read More

Trump Hotel in DC not in violation of government lease, GSA says

(WASHINGTON) -- The General Services Administration (GSA) announced on Thursday that President Donald Trump's lease of a luxury hotel from the government in Washington, D.C. -- which raised
eyebrows among some ethics watchdogs -- is in good sta... Read More

Customer returns to Starbucks with apology note, $50 after rude treatment of barista

(NEW YORK) -- One California Starbucks barista got a surprise on March 21 when a customer returned to apologize for her behavior from the day before.

Andrew Richardson, 20, was floored when he received a handwritten card and $50 bill from ... Read More