On Tuesday, the senator sent letters to the CEOs of five of the country’s largest employers demanding information about their respective attendance policies.
The government won't make us protect ourselves and others, but some companies will. Thanks, President Best Buy!
The officers on the scene were responding to a 911 call about a man threatening people with a baseball bat at the Walmart.
Horrified shoppers, many wearing face masks, watched him bleed out on the floor.
The sweater, which has since been pulled by the store, featured Santa in front of three lines of, er, ‘snow.’
The driver allegedly stole the motorized cart and drove it over a half mile to a local bar, where officers collected both him and the cart.
"It is absurd that Walmart would stop selling e-cigarettes but continue to sell real ones, which kill 400,000 Americans each year."
Kroger and Walmart are asking customers to stop openly carrying guns while shopping.
A big statement on guns from the nation's largest retailer.
The retailer is asking employees to take down signage and playable demos for violent video games, as well as hunting videos, in the wake of shootings at two of its stores.
They say "mutual aid" is a better model for providing aid than traditional top-down charity work.
California police fired what sounded like as many as 30 bullets at Diante Yarber's car.