Activists and workers are planning a series of actions on the lucrative sales day for the e-commerce giant.
"Our investigation shows the lengths that unscrupulous sellers will go to constantly pull the wool over the eyes of shoppers," said Natalie Hitchins, of consumer watchdog Which?
Copy of book was sold for $14.88 in reference to numbers commonly sued by white supremacists.
"Destroy All Humans!" reboot and "Darksiders: Genesis" are coming from THQ Nordic according to a leak from Amazon.
The Amazon founder laughed loudly during the re: MARS tech conference in Las Vegas this week as he played with a cutting-edge telerobot.
"It's happened all over, from West Virginia coal mines to Puerto Rican sugar plantations," New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said.
MacKenzie Bezos was awarded four percent of Amazon, worth more than $36 billion, as part of her divorce settlement in April.
The wearable reportedly uses microphones and software to recognize emotions from a person's voice.
On Thursday Amazon officially canceled the acclaimed superhero comedy, The Tick following the conclusion of its second season, but the show's creative team is trying to fight it.
The Echo Dot for kids can help your child learn, play and grow. It's also collecting massive amounts of data about them.
The global climate underwent "such rapid and unpredictable change that it limited the ability of some people to adapt quickly enough," a new study argues.
"The finding of these sites extends by several millennia the history of human occupation of southwestern Amazonia," José Capriles said.
On International Record Store Day, mom and pop shops try to tempt music-lovers to their stores in an age when most people stream songs online.
"He thinks that he's going to be an example and lead the minimum wage industry because somebody called him out on his bullsh*t."
"This is the trickle-up economy, not the trickle-down economy," Andrew Yang said.
The online retailer isn't saying if it has a regulatory structure in place to prohibit medically dangerous information from being sold.
"You can be at the back of the parade or in front of the firing squad."
In his complaint, Nicholas Stover argues that Amazon violated the Americans with Disabilities Act with their "unyielding and inhuman policies regarding bathroom access."