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Woman spits on 7-Eleven counter after being asked to wear a mask
A woman spit on the counter of a Fort Worth 7-Eleven after yelling at the cashier that she has "a right" to not wear a face mask.
This online savings account offers one of the highest interest rates around
Varo may pique your interest.
What stores and restaurants are open Fourth of July? Here's the list of businesses open or closed
Costco and Trader Joe's are closed this Fourth of July but many stores and restaurants will be open including Walmart, Target, Starbucks, McDonald's.
The 50 best Fourth of July clothing and fashion sales you don't want to miss
These retailers are having can't-miss Fourth of July fashion sales on clothes, shoes, and accessories. Get deals from Madewell, Nordstrom, and more.
Taco Bell's new menu item: Grilled Cheese Burrito, with cheese on the inside and outside
The new menu item includes seasoned beef filings, seasoned rice, a three-cheese blend, red chips, chipotle sauce and reduced fat sour cream.
When is the extra $600 federal unemployment cutoff? Your COVID-19 money questions, answered
When is the extra $600 unemployment cutoff? Can I get unemployment? Your money questions, answered by USA TODAY Network financial experts.
Best Buy just slashed the prices on a ton of top-rated workout equipment
This workout equipment sale at Best Buy can help you save on the Hyperice Hypervolt, Bowflex treadmills and more—see the details.
These noise-canceling Sony headphones are nearly $100 off—but not for long
This Best Buy Deal of the Day on the Sony WH-CH700N headphones is your chance to get a top-rated pair of noise-canceling headphones for less.
Walmart to turn 160 parking lots into drive-in movie theaters in August
Movie-goers who miss the experience of heading to theaters have a new option for the summer.
Trump touts 'historic' June jobs report, but the labor market is still grim
The monthly job gains in May and June are historic, but the labor market is still facing a net loss of 14.7 million job losses from the coronavirus recession.
Apple, GNC are among the retailers with curbside pickup in the US
As states continue to reopen, shoppers can order items online and choose to pickup curbside. Many retailers added the service amid the pandemic.
Cutting the cord: What now, after YouTube TV's price increase?
As far as streaming rate hikes go, YouTube TV's announced $15 hike this week was one of the biggest, a 30% jump to $65.
More Apple stores now closed: 28% of stores listed as temporarily closed as COVID-19 cases rise
More than 75 Apple stores are temporarily closed again due to spikes in the number of coronavirus cases.
Boxed wine sales have increased dramatically during the COVID pandemic
Stigmatized as being both cheap in price and taste, boxed wine has gained newfound popularity during the COVID pandemic.
Ford discontinues Lincoln Continental: Luxury sedan usurped by SUVs
Ford Motor confirmed that it plans to end production of the Lincoln Continental luxury sedan in the U.S. at the end of 2020.
Costco Wholesale Club will soon reduce its COVID-19 senior hours to twice per week
Costco's special operating hours for members 60 and older, those with disabilities and immunocompromised, will be reduced to two times per week.
Fourth of July barbecue food safety: Grilling your burgers wrong could kill you this Independence Day
Dealing with raw meat can be tricky and cooking it improperly can be deadly. Here are grilling safety tips for your socially-distanced July 4 cookout.
Car recalls for June 25-July 2
The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has issued recalls for June 25 through July 02, including...
48M Americans filed jobless claims in 15 weeks
The number of Americans who are seeking unemployment benefits remains high as the U.S. halts reopening the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic.      
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Home Depot bans some rope sales after nooses were found tied on store spools
Home Depot opted last month to remove spools of rope from stores after incidents in which nooses were found tied on store spools.      
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Ford Motor Co. partners with Disney on Ford Bronco reveal
Ford will unveil the all-new SUV "across Disney's broadcast, cable, digital and streaming properties" on July 13, Ford said in a news release.       
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'Don't tell my wine snob friends': Why Americans are buying more boxed wine during COVID-19
The stigma and shame of buying cheap wine in a cardboard package has been boxed out by the coronavirus pandemic       
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'I'm ready to start with a career': 2020 graduates face uncertain job market with hope
The class of 2020 is entering a turbulent job market due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.       
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Amazon driver in Detroit quits job on Twitter, leaves package-filled van with keys in the ignition. Here's why he did it.
The former driver's tweets and video are in stark contrast to the feel-good worker-vignettes that Amazon has been airing as TV commercials.       
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Disappearing cash scares consumers in COVID-19 era
Mobile banking is attracting novice customers in the COVID-19 era, and scammers spot an easy mark. Here's how to protect yourself.       
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2020 tax deadline: 4 tips for filing by July 15
Tax season is stressful for many consumers in the best of times, but 2020's pandemic has heightened those anxieties.       
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6 incredible deals to shop during HP's big 4th of July sale
For a 4th of July sale you don't want to miss for 2020, check out HP's big savings event, which features substantial markdowns on laptops and more.       
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Essence magazine names temporary CEO; launches internal investigation into anonymous claims
The publication said its CEO Richelieu Dennis will be replaced by Caroline Wanga, who joined the company just days earlier as chief growth officer.       
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RV rentals significantly increase for summer vacation due to COVID pandemic
For summer vacation, RV rentals have increased by 1,600% since April according to the peer-to-peer rental company RVshare.       
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