Shoppers Queue Up For Black Friday Deals

Shoppers queue up for Black Friday deals

SECAUCUS, N.J./MILWAUKEE (Reuters) - U.S. shoppers searched for deals on high-definition televisions and popular toys on Friday, as retailers hoped that "Black Friday" would kick off the best holiday shopping season in three years.

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