Online deals for Black Friday may be the biggest yet
The National Retail Federation predicts 164 million Americans plan on shopping this holiday weekend with nearly 78 million choosing to shop online.
Will Trump make a fashion statement and take part in APEC matching shirt tradition?
At Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summits year after year, it's become a tradition of sorts for world leaders to don matching jackets for a "family photo" worthy of competing with one's most embarrassing childhood photos.
Review: Green Day's 'Revolution Radio' Is 'Short on Jaw-Dropping Moments'
This week, it's interesting to note that both Green Day and Norah Jones have released new records. Why is this an interesting coincidence, you may ask? Well, the last time we heard from Jones was in 2013 when she and Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong collaborated on their Everly Brothers tribute,
Suicide Squad's Jai Courtney Does Hilarious Version of Australian Ballad
Jai Courtney sang "Waltzing Matilda" on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" while on set to talk about his new film "Suicide Squad."
Phish Fans Prepare To Rock In 2016
ABC News' Josh Haskell talks to Phish fans ahead of New Year's Eve concert at Madison Square Garden.
Phish Fans Rock In 2016
ABC News' Josh Haskell talks to Phish fans ahead of tonight's New Year's Eve concert at Madison Square Garden.
Rob Lowe Sings a Favorite Song from his Childhood Days
"The Grinder" star, once a member of the group "Peanut Butter and Jelly," sings a song on "Popcorn with Peter Travers" that he performed with his troupe at 11-years-old.
E-ZPass Toll Road Users Targeted in Email Scam
People who use toll road transponders such as E-ZPass are being targeted in an email scam. The emails claim, fraudulently, to involve outstanding toll bills. AAA Mid-Atlantic Spokesman John Townsend received one of the emails. The email demanded an appearance for an unpaid toll. “If you use
E-ZPass Patrons Could Be Target of Online Scam
Officials warn of email that's directing customers of automated toll payment services to a fake website under the guise of paying their outstanding bills there.
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Robin Thicke, Seether, They Might Be Giants and the Jayhawks
Perhaps because it is a holiday week, this week’s release schedule is a little more sedate than usual, showcasing new albums from Robin Thicke and South African rock band Seether. In addition, They Might Be Giants dropped a live version of their 1986 debut album and the Jayhawks re-released three