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Missouri police poke fun at 'jorts-wearing bandit' who robs Walgreens stores
Someone call the fashion police. Missouri police poked fun at a "jorts-wearing bandit" who has burglarized multiple Walgreens stores in the St. Louis County area. On Aug. 9, the St. Louis County Police Department tweeted a photo of the suspect, instructing the public to contact either them or the
Call the fashion cops: 'Jorts-wearing bandit' hits St. Louis
Officers: Along with real law enforcement, anyone who spots a man suspected of robbing Missouri stores in jean shorts urged to call "the fashion police"
Pharmacy chains accused of overcharging for generic drugs
Lawsuits filed this week claim customers were not informed when they could pay less by not using insurance.
CVS tops 2Q forecasts, but established store sales slip
CVS Health's second-quarter earnings rose 19 percent to top Wall Street expectations, and the nation's second-largest drugstore chain also narrowed its forecast for 2017
'Motivated' podcast: Do juices, detoxes and cleanses work?
Nutritionists Brooke Alpert and Keri Glassman weigh the regimens' pros and cons.
The best Fourth of July sales
ABC News' Becky Worley brings tips on how to maximize your savings during this holiday weekend with a roundup of this year's best promotions.
The best Fourth of July deals: How to maximize your savings
Happy birthday America! While it's not our classic view of patriotism and celebrating, holiday weekends have become shopping weekends, so big retail chains are discounting merchandise to earn your business. Big ticket items like appliances and even cars may see discounts over the coming five days.
Best Fourth of July deals
ABC News' Becky Worley has tips on where to find the best prices this holiday weekend.
'Up Hill': Illinois Rep. Cheri Bustos talks latest on health care bill and congressional races
ABC News' Mary Bruce talks to Illinois Rep. Cheri Bustos about congressional races and tonight's congressional women's softball game.
98-year-old man donates stock now worth $2 million to wildlife sanctuary
World War II and Korean War Veteran, Scoutmaster and lawyer: the list of life accomplishments goes on and on for 98-year-old Russel Gremel. But he's not done yet. Stock he bought for just $1,000 about 70 years ago -- now worth more than $2 million -- is going to the birds and other wildlife in