Last week two stores faced unrelated incidents of customers urinating on sale items, capping off a rough month for Walmart's press team.
Yes, some cases should be off-limits, but if Floridians don't laugh, we just might cry.
Frederic Sterry Smith is said to have told police, "I can say whatever I want," while being questioned.
Vice-president pressed the flesh at Skyline Chili, he just didn't eat anything.
The integrity of Alexa's privacy safeguards and compliance with privacy laws have come into question in recent months.
"Southwest employees are known for demonstrating their sense of humor and unique personalities," said a spokesperson for the airline.
"No bank account numbers or Social Security numbers were compromised, other than: about 140,000 Social Security numbers of our credit card customers" and "about 80,000 linked bank account numbers of our secured credit card customers," the company wrote.
Amazon Web Services "was not compromised in any way and functioned as designed," the firm told Newsweek. Capital One said a breach impacted 100 million individuals in the U.S. and six million people in Canada.
The breach has affected personal and small business credit card customers and applicants between 2005 and early 2019.
"We're sorry to report that sometimes, impulse gets the best of deliverers, and they violate their sacred duty by taking some of the food."
"The male stomped on the back of the peacock, the peacock cried out and the feather came out and he picked it up," a witness to the alleged attack said, describing the Albuquerque zoo incident.
The congresswoman is responding to hate not just with grace, but with policy.
"I would say it again to them."
"We believe they should be as protective of their customer base as possible and not profit off of misery," said Sylvia Ruiz, the ACLU's deputy director of immigration campaigns.
The laser-engraved straws, which are made in the U.S., are reusable and recyclable.
The agency cautions it can't test all supplements "that have potentially harmful hidden ingredients."
"We just thought this would be an opportunity to spread a positive message," said Matthew Scully, owner of The Scullery restaurant in Greenville, North Carolina.
"Our cabin flooded with waste water. No alternative accommodation [was] offered in spite of persistent stench, wet carpet and overall unhygienic conditions," said passenger Kass Stone, 42.
The Bucky's gas station clerk in Naperville, Illinois, questioned if the women were American citizens as they tried to buy items.
"Cleaning the streets of criminals," read a tweet from police in Sao Paolo after more than 110 pounds of cocaine was uncovered in boxes of Tixan Ypê detergent.
Police hunt man accused of attacking employee at Wanshun Seafood restaurant in Flushing area of New York.
Royal Caribbean said it took the decision to scrap the stop in San Juan, Puerto Rico, for the safety of its passengers after angry demonstrations in the city.
On the bright side, once the issues were resolved, Nordstrom customers were able to get great fall fashion items at a discounted price.
A New Mexico man is just the latest Uber driver to discover they were unwittingly aiding and abetting criminals fleeing authorities.
"We concluded that disabling the app was the right course of action as this bug could allow someone to listen through another customer's iPhone without consent," Apple said.
A Long Island viral video shows a man ranting against women who call him short on dating websites in a bizarre exchange which ultimately led to him being tackled inside a bagel shop.
Women continue to make less than men even when they have the same job titles and qualification.