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Walmart plans on expanding grocery delivery to 100 metropolitan areas
Items would be delivered by Walmart or outside service like Uber.
Prince Harry takes Meghan Markle for romantic birthday getaway to Africa
Prince Harry whisked Meghan Markle away on a romantic getaway to Africa to celebrate his girlfriend's 36th birthday. Harry, 32, and Markle, a California-born actress on the TV show "Suits, were photographed together by the British newspaper The Sun as they headed off on a safari. Tomorrow's front
Fake Mother's Day coupon is circulating on Facebook
A scam has gone viral across Facebook claiming that the Lowe's Home Improvement store is offering a $50 or $100 coupon.
Startup Kitty Hawk backed by Google's Larry Page reveals flying car prototype
Kitty Hawk -- a Silicon-Valley startup named for the Wright Brothers' first controlled flight and backed by Google co-founder Larry Page -- today released the prototype for its first flying car . The ultralight, one-seater aircraft is "safe, tested, and legal to operate in the United States in
Worst Advice: Tim Ferriss
When a guidance counselor told Tim Ferriss to lower his standards, he did the opposite.
Without immigrants, the US economy would be a 'disaster,' experts say
Immigrants across the U.S. are boycotting work, school and shopping today as part of the Day Without Immigrants, a series of protests intended to illustrate the significant economic and social impact that immigrants have on the country. The protests, which were organized on social media, are also a
Alleged Imposter Doctor Infiltrates Boston Hospital
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Tim Ferriss on 'Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis'
Episode 121: Author of the 4-Hour Workweek and host of "The Tim Ferriss Show" joins Rebecca Jarvis on an episode of "Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis."
The Note: Trump Talks Tech
NOTABLES --TOP TECH CEOs SIT DOWN WITH TRUMP: Donald Trump met yesterday with some of the biggest names in the tech industry, touting them as an "amazing group of people" and appearing to institute an open-door policy, saying there is "no formal chain of command around here." Among the leaders at