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More Than 1 Ton of Hot Dogs Recalled

Thousands of beef hot dogs exposed to extraneous materials.

The Retail Apocalypse Is Far From Over

Over 7,000 store closings have already been announced in 2019.

Baby Cut From Mom's Womb Opens Eyes in Dad's Arms

A small sliver of light in the dark story of a baby cut from his mother's womb: Little Yadiel recently opened his eyes for the first time, according to a student pastor who is assisting the family. "We were just praying and praying and he opened his eyes, and his...

43% of Americans think socialism would be a good…

Fox News contributor Scott Martin discusses a new Gallup poll, which shows that more Americans are beginning to warm up to the idea of socialism.

Gardeners jump in on Canada's blossoming cannabis…

It's gardening season for a lot of Canadians and this year, for the first time, it's legal to grow cannabis alongside your flowers and herbs. Most households will be allowed to grow up to four plants, indoors or outdoors. It's given rise to yet another new sector of Canada's blossoming cannabis industry.

The Best Sandwich in Every State and Washington…

PEOPLE teamed up with online restaurant guide The Infatuation to find the country’s most epic meals on sliced bread

Travis Scott just pledged his merchandise sales…

Travis Scott just pledged his merchandise sales from a concert to an Alabama Planned Parenthood

Report: Former King Will Take Paternity Test…

His options: Pay a $5,600-a-day fine or submit to a paternity test. The former king of Belgium has opted for the latter, though not without plenty of teeth gnashing, according to the New York Times , which is the only media outlet that is so far reporting the news. King...

Elizabeth Warren hates successful people: Kennedy

FOX Business’ Kennedy slams 2020 Democrats Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sander and Kamala Harris over their socialist proposals.

Animal cruelty charges raise questions about…

A Quebec roadside zoo owner was arrested and his zoo is now in the hands of animal welfare investigators. They say the Saint Edouard Zoo was a scene of cruelty and neglect, finding a collection of animals trapped in poor conditions. Some roadside zoos have faced scrutiny and fines before, but charges like this are unusual.

Mega Millions $367M jackpot carries substantial tax bill

The prize is the largest ever offered during the month of May.

Harley Shows Off Its All-Electric Bike As It…

Harley-Davidson is excited about its LiveWire electric motorcycle that allegedly can go zero to 60 mph in three seconds, even as it contends with retaliatory tariffs from the European Union, and the ire of President Trump.

These celebrity business name will make you…

These celebrity business name will make you cringe more than the thought of your first screen name

Mom, 3-Year-Old Son Vanish in Oregon

An Oregon mom and her 3-year-old son have not been seen or heard from since May 13. The family of Karissa Alyn Fretwell, 25, and son William (Billy) Fretwell reported the pair missing last week, the Salem Statesman Journal reports, and Salem police are asking the public to report any...

Anthony Scaramucci: US, China will hopefully…

Former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci discusses the escalating trade war between the United States and China.

Amazon Is Trying To Make Work Like Gaming

E-commerce giant Amazon is testing a pilot program in five fulfillment centers around the country where its employees can gamify their workload. Business Insider reports that Amazon is trying to make the life of its warehouse workers a bit less rote. The pilot began at one warehouse in 2017 before being expanded to the current five. At employee workstations, games with names like "MissionRacer," "PicksInSpace," "Dragon Duel," and "CastleCrafter" appear on a small screen with retro-looking graphics and keep track of employees' work. Progress is then compared against others', either on the individual or group level. Winners get bragging rights as well as "Swag Bucks," which employees can redeem for Amazon-branded apparel and gear.

Why Toyota Is Taking Issue With Trump

Toyota criticized President Donald Trump’s declaration that imported cars threaten U.S. national security. In an unusually strong-worded statement, Japan’s largest automaker said Trump’s proclamation "sends a message to Toyota that our investments are not welcomed.” According to Automotive News, Toyota has spent more than $60 billion building operations in the country, including 10 manufacturing plants.

Kamala Harris’ Plan to Close the Gender Pay Gap

She spoke to CNN’s Kyung Lah.

Movement Aims to Kick Chicago Out of Illinois

Cook County, which includes Chicago, and the five urban counties surrounding it are largely Democratic. But though Illinois has a Democratic governor and Democratic majorities in the state Senate and House, the rest of the state is increasingly Republican, a political professor emeritus says. That may explain why there's a...