(PHILADELPHIA) -- The former Starbucks manager whose telephone call initiated the controversial arrest of two African-American men at her downtown Philadelphia store told 911, “I have two gentlemen at my cafe that are refusing to make a purchas... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Almost two months after Dick’s Sporting Goods announced they will no longer be selling assault-style weapons, the company announced it is destroying the unsold stock.
“We are in the process of destroying all firea... Read More
(PHILADELPHIA) -- Starbucks said Tuesday it will close more than 8,000 company-owned stores across the nation for one afternoon to train its staff on how to avoid "racial bias" after the arrest of two black men at one of its Philadelphia shops, an in... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Travelers looking for a more gilded age of travel need look no further than the TWA hotel in New York City.
Scheduled to open in spring 2019 near John F. Kennedy International Airport, the first photos of a model guestroom ha... Read More
(PORTLAND, Ore.) -- Activists in Portland, Oregon, have launched a billboard campaign to battle white supremacy.
The "PDX Billboard Project" began in the past week with 25 black billboards, some featuring images of slain black youths, plas... Read More
(NEW YORK) --Domino's is looking to increase its sales opportunities by expanding delivery options for customers.
Consumers in certain areas no longer have to be at their house or office to pick up a couple of pies. The company is adding o... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Allegiant Airlines is firing back after a CBS News "60 Minutes" report aired on Sunday night alleging a poor safety culture at the low-cost airline.
In a statement sent to reporters Sunday, Eric Gust, vice president of operat... Read More
(SEATTLE) -- The manager who called police on two black men who had refused to leave a Philadelphia Starbucks no longer works there, a company spokeswoman confirmed to ABC News on Monday.
The news follows Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson’... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- We are a nation of procrastinators, at least when it comes to taxes. Nearly a quarter of Americans wait until the last two weeks before the deadline to prepare their taxes, according to the IRS, whereas some miss Tax Day altogether.
(NEW YORK) -- More than 200 million eggs, some sold at Walmart and Food Lion stores, have been recalled due to salmonella concerns.
According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), 22 people have been sickened by the eggs. The pr... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- It was supposed to be unsinkable.
The RMS Titanic was a passenger liner that attracted some of the richest people in the world to sail on it. On its maiden voyage, the ship left Southampton, England, on April 10, 1912, with m... Read More