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Retailers Offering New Deals and Strategies to Get Shoppers in the Door
The battle between online and brick-and-mortar retailers for your shopping dollars is heating up just in time for Black Friday.
Citigroup, Boeing and Barnes & Noble Fall; Cognizant Jumps
Citigroup, Boeing and Barnes & Noble slide in U.S. trading, while Cognizant Technology Solutions and Time rise
New Harry Potter Story Excites Fans of the Popular Kids Fiction Series
The release of "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" coincides with the London premier of the Potter play.
Artist Kerby Rosanes Creates 'Extreme' Drawing on 'GMA'
The New York Times-bestselling illustrator brings his work to life live in Times Square.
Momtroversy: Controversial Topics That Moms Want to Talk About
ABC News' Genevieve Brown, Amna Nawaz, and Mara Schiavocampo sit down to talk mom and dad shaming, sleep training, and the best ways to handle toddler misbehavior.
Could Peloton Do For Fitness What Apple Did for Technology?
John Foley, the co-founder and CEO of Peloton, launched the company in 2012 with a corporate mission to create a “world-class indoor cycling studio experience on your time, and in the comfort of your own home." Foley founded Peloton with his wife, Jill, when they both saw the need to find a workout
How to Change Your Life and Live Your Dream With Sarah Centrella
Sarah Centrella, author of the new book “Hustle Believe Receive: An 8-Step Plan to Changing Your Life and Living Your Dream," had to do some serious soul searching when her marriage abruptly ended. When Centrella’s husband left, she had not worked in two years and had three children to look after,
Woman Says She Was 13 When Sexually Assaulted by Acting Coach
Cameron Thor was convicted of performing a lewd act on a minor for his involvement with Jordyn Ladell.
'Mockingbird' Shocker: Sequel Released
55 years since "To kill a mocking bird" was released. The Se cell tomorrow with a stunner. Here's Tom llamas. Reporter: About to show his true colors in the sequel, "Go set a watchman." In this novel, hitting bookstores tonight, Atticus supports segregation, saying, you can't have a set of backward