Closeout: Columbia Malls Fight for Relevance in the New Consumer Economy Department store giant JCPenney announced last month it would be closing ... or at least not doing as well as they did in their heyday,” says University of South Carolina retail professor Karen Edwards. “Of course, malls really grew to prominence ... 04/25/2017 - 6:18 pm | View Link
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"What if Kim Jong-un snuck nukes into the U. S. in weeeed?"
No, that's not a question posed by a dude outside a Hardee's. It was a very serious scenario imagined by a member of Congress.
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During a briefing Wednesday, Brad Sherman raised some concerns about North Korea with Vice President Mike Pence.
Despite being the most magical, nicest country in the world (sit down, Iceland), New Zealand doesn't get enough attention. It's no wonder its citizens have a slight identity crisis when they're continually left of world maps. You could say they have a chup on their shoulder (sorry).
So it was with both with excitement and confusion that Down Under Twitter users LOL'ed in the face of a geographical error so nice, it featured New Zealand twice.
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Viewers of Australia's ABC News were treated to double the island nation on Wednesday night, with a map of New Zealand seen about 4,000 kilometers west of the original New Zealand.
The Atlanta Falcons selected Takkarist McKinley with the 26th pick of the NFL Draft, and afterwards, the defensive end from UCLA gave a passionate interview for the ages.
McKinley went on stage with a large photo of his late grandmother, repeatedly yelling "this is who I do it for!"
After posing for photographs on stage with commissioner Roger Goodell, Deion Sanders of the NFL Network pulled McKinley aside for an interview and that's when the passion bucket started to overflow.
"She means everything, man," McKinley said.
New York Daily NewsCuomo marks opening of new span at Kosciuszko BridgeNew York Daily NewsA photographer pauses to take pictures during the grand opening of the new Kosciuszko Bridge span connecting Brooklyn and Queens after a performance of the "New York Harbor of Lights" at the bridge's grand opening ceremony on a foggy and misty night, and more »
THE BUSINESS TIMESTrump Is Expected to Sign Order Relaxing Limits on Offshore DrillingNew York TimesWASHINGTON — President Trump is scheduled on Friday to sign an executive order aimed at rolling back the Obama administration's attempts to ban oil drilling off the southeastern Atlantic and Alaskan coasts, according to the interior secretary.