Once the cowboy handed the thief over to the police, he presumably rode off into the sunset, Walmart shopping bags in tow.
He walked in wearing a Walmart employee vest, took over for one of the cashiers, and then proceeded to check out a customer before unloading the cash from the register.
"I love to shop at Walmart, there's food and games and toys / There's something for my family, for all the girls and boys!"
Mississippi cops say Marshall Leonard set off a small explosive device at a Walmart in his hometown early Sunday, a twisted Halloween outing that could land him in prison for the rest of his life.
Jun 23, 2015
It's nuts that the stores didn't get rid of their Confederate flag merchandise much sooner—even Lynyrd Skynyrd stopped using the flag as their logo a few years back—but better late than never.
Monsanto was pretty sad and said they were big fans of Neil's.
Conspiracy theorists are worried that a training exercise called Jade Helm 15 is actually a nefarious plot, and elected officials like Ted Cruz aren't going out of their way to calm those fears.
Port Richey is a town of about 2.1 square miles and 2,600 residents. Those residents pay for police officers that are hardly around, because they're constantly dealing with the criminal activity at Walmart.
In a quest to learn about America, I wandered the aisles of its most famous retail establishment for nearly an entire day and night. Here is what I saw.
The retail giant claims that the prank website walmart.horse will confuse customers and will tarnish "the goodwill and reputation of Walmarts products, services, and trademarks."
Also this week: A woman allegedly knocked an old lady to the ground in a dispute over a handicapped parking spot.
As stampeding crowds rush the nation's retailers little is being done to keep the peace.
This week: A woman hit a couple with her PT Cruiser in a Walmart parking lot because they stole her spot and a 90-year-old man was arrested for feeding the homeless.
Members of the Native American community are once again reminding the public that wearing a headdress is no more acceptable than dressing up in a sombrero, a yarmulke, or a hijab.
A month later, the death of John Crawford III at the hands of police continues to make no damn sense.
Every time September 11 rolls around, Twitter turns into the social media equivalent of a roadside shrine, littered with photos of flags and soldiers and dead loved ones. It can feel tawdry and gross and strange sometimes, but what else are we supposed to…
When the destruction happened, it was a hot topic for a while. There were protests by Native Americans, and attention from the international press. But among hundreds of people who turned out for the long-awaited grand opening, I couldn't find one person
Photojournalist Ismail Ferdous arranged a spectacle outside of Lincoln Center during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week to protest the human cost of fast fashion.
Walmart received a $7,000 fine from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in 2008 after a Long Island store's annual orchestrated stampede got too intense and one of its employees got killed. Since then they have devoted 4,700 hours of
Unlike its tens of thousands of employees who live beneath the poverty line, Walmart executives will be chowing on sumptuous meals with their families in the wealthy enclaves of Bentonville, Arkansas, this Thanksgiving.
Civil disobedience against Walmart has reached a new high. 54 protesters were arrested late Thursday night in front of a controversial Walmart location in Los Angeles. The protest consisted of 500 activists, faced down by 100 cops.
The smiley-faced insignia of the country's largest employer has become a symbol of exploitation to many who stock its shelves and man its registers. Protests were held in cities across the country Thursday calling for better working conditions and higher
If today's minimum wage had kept pace with the rise in worker productivity since 1968, it would be $21.72, three times the present minimum. That's why about 200 fast-food workers from all over New York City walked off the job Monday, risking their wages f…
On Wednesday, more than 2,500 workers outside of Dhaka went to work in a factory where cracks had just recently appeared in the walls. The building collapsed. At this writing 300 people are confirmed dead, around 600 injured. Nine hundred people are still…