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    SHOPPING: Products featured in this Mail Best article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, DailyMail.com will earn an affiliate commission. The sheer number of revolutionary new gadgets designed to take your culinary adventures to the next level is mind-boggling. While there’s nothing like some good old innovation and technology to wow the world, there’s a lot to be said for tried-and-true classics, too. Few come close to that level of reliability like the humble Dutch oven. If you don’t own one yet, or you’re thinking of upgrading to something better, get your hands on the Lodge Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Double Dutch Oven for just $49.90 — that’s a savings of 34% off the list price. Lodge Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Double Dutch Oven  Product description $49.90 (was $76)  ShopSome form or another of the Dutch oven has existed for centuries, so it’s no wonder this cookware essential is so popular. That’s an understatement, given that millions of people rely on it for virtually every culinary task. It’s ideal for...
    A NEW lingo has been designed in light of the widespread reports of self-checkout thefts at major stores such as Walmart and Kroger. Shoppers may already be familiar with the phrases “the pass around”, “the switcheroo” and “the banana trick”. 1A new lingo has emerged in light of the widespread reports of self-checkout theftsCredit: Getty The phrase "external shrinkage" describes the losses that retailers suffer as a result of customers using the self-checkout, The Atlantic reported. Shoppers can sometimes make honest mistakes as they forget to scan a grocery, while others have intentionally stolen items and risked facing jail time. More than 60 shoppers who used the self-checkout at a Walmart store in Tucson, Arizona between January 2021 and April 2022 were handed theft citations after accidentally failing to scan some items. And, Wegmans’ was forced to discontinue its SCAN app – a tool that allowed customers to scan and bag purchases - because of the losses the retailer suffered. read more on self checkoutsWORD GAMES Walmart & Kroger make shoppers ‘shadow work’ & that could mean legal troublebasket...
    A REVAMPED Kroger store has opened in West Virginia with an upgraded deli counter and a brand new Starbucks. Shoppers can also enjoy new ready meal and fresh fruit options, thanks to the $2.3 million remodel in Charleston. 2The remodelled Kroger store has opened in West VirginiaCredit: WCHS And the first 300 customers through the door were given a $5 gift cards and an extra 20-cents off per gallon. Lori Raya, division president of Mid-Atlantic Kroger told WCHS the changes came following changes to lifestyle for many families. She added: "We think it is really important to understand what is important to our customers, “What we have certainly learned is customers are enjoying cooking at home more." READ MORE SUN STORIESfalling foul Shoppers caught doing a 'switcheroo' at the self-checkout at risk of arrestON TAP Kroger launches draft beer in stores - and invites shoppers to bring their growlers Raya added: "They are enjoying quality of foods to cook meals and have dinner with their families, and we learned that really from COVID and the outcome of...
    A CRIMINOLOGIST has offered an insight into why Walmart and Target shoppers that use the self-checkout might become “part-time thieves”. Experts have claimed that customers can be lured by a sense of anonymity when they use the scanning machines. 2Criminologist Adam Beck has revealed why shoppers may turn into 'part-time thieves' when they use the self-checkout at stores such as WalmartCredit: Getty 2He researched the losses that retailers such as Target suffered as a result of self-checkout theftCredit: Getty Criminologist Adam Beck told CBC Canada that shoppers are not going into stores with the intent of stealing. He said: “They’re just taking the opportunity that they are presented with at these machines.” He added that shoppers are being turned into “part-time thieves”. Beck studied losses that retailers suffered as a result of self-checkout theft and honest mistakes by shoppers between 2016-18. read more on self-checkoutsbasket case Kroger warns shoppers of rule to follow to avoid extra drama on new check outWAL SMART I'm a lawyer - never use Walmart's self-checkout as they know when you steal He examined data from...
    A DOLLAR Tree fan has revealed why the stores can sometimes discontinue your favorite items. Hundreds of items cost just $1.25 at Dollar Tree and shoppers rush to the low-cost retailer in the hope that they can grab a bargain. 1Experts have revealed why some products at dollar stores may be discontinuedCredit: Getty Influencers are known for using ordinary-looking dollar store products and transforming them into high-end décor. But, experts at GoBankingRates have warned shoppers not to expect consistency when visiting the dollar store. They said employees have to work with products that have already been discounted, so they can keep offering cheap deals for customers. Customers who like a bit of unpredictability when shopping should continue going to the dollar store. read more on dollar treeDOLLAR DEAL I’m a Dollar Tree superfan - my fave $1.25 school supply item's hard to findREADY FOR FALL My early $1.25 Dollar Tree Halloween find was a fail but I made it a win Shoppers have been warned not to try and buy everything when they go to the dollar store. Crystal Luce,...
    A LAWYER has advised shoppers to steer clear of self-checkout, revealing they can be charged with accidental theft. Criminal defense attorney Carrie Jernigan shares her expertise and tips for retail shoppers on TikTok. 2Lawyer Carrie Jernigan shared her latest warning about using self-checkout at big chain storesCredit: TikTok 2The viral TikTok attorney says people are getting charged who use self-checkout are slapped with shoplifting charges - sometime months laterCredit: Getty In her latest video, Jernigan revealed that three groups of people are getting charged with shoplifting from big-chain stores that provide patrons with self-checkout alternatives. She says the first group of people getting slapped with shoplifting charges are those who go into stores intending to steal. The second set of shoppers being accused of the same crime is what she calls those who commit "theft by mistake". "These are the people I genuinely think just forgot to scan an item," Jernigan said. Read more on self-checkoutWATCH OUT I'm a lawyer - If you use self-checkouts at the store you're asking for troubleWEIGH IT UP Walmart, Kroger & Dollar General all...
    A SAVINGS expert has come forward to talk about how shoppers can decrease their shopping costs for summer barbecues. Even though inflation is driving up costs in the grocery store, she says there are very simple ways to cut costs even for large gatherings. 1Savings expert Jeanette Pavini reveals how even amidst inflation, which has ground beef up by 36%, shoppers can still score big savings on barbecue needsCredit: Getty Jeannette Pavini, author of The Joy of Saving, told viewers of Good Morning America, "even though the grocery store prices have gone up...you don't have to pay the price." The program found that ground beef is up 36% from its previous asking price, and barbecue staple pork and beans are up 33%. One of Jeannette's wallet-saving secrets is opting for bone-in meats over boneless ones. Bone-in meats were found to be up to 70% cheaper than their bone-free counterparts. Plus, experts advise, their structure makes them ideal for the grill. READ MORE SAVINGSDOS AND DON'TS I’m a savings expert - 4 things you can do NOW to ease financial...
    FORMER and current Target employees have offered five warnings to shoppers - and the advice could save you from prison time. Target is known for its tagline "Expect More, Pay Less" but many shoppers who frequent the big-box stores are likely unaware of the company's secrets. 2Former and current Target employees have revealed five warnings shoppers should knowCredit: Getty 2Target employees have revealed some insider knowledge about the storeCredit: Getty Luckily, an ex-Target employee has issued a warning to shoplifters, claiming that security tracks people stealing in their stores. TikTok user @hoesticia has claimed that people who are caught stealing could rack up hefty fines, as cameras are always able to see what they take. Footage shared by the TikTok user was posted after she received a comment saying: "Teach me how to steal ty." In response, @hoesticia warns the user to never steal from Target. As a past employee, she said she is familiar with their punishments and restrictions. Read More on Shopping HacksBACK 2 school Back To School Shopping List: Everything you need from John LewisBULLSEYE FINDS I’m a shopping...
    New York (CNN Business)"Unexpected item in the bagging area.""Please place item in the bag.""Please wait for assistance."If you've encountered these irritating alerts at the self-checkout machine, you're not alone.According to a survey last year of 1,000 shoppers, 67% said they'd experienced a failure at the self-checkout lane. Errors at the kiosks are so common that they have even spawned dozens of memes and TikTok videos.Read More"We're in 2022. One would expect the self-checkout experience to be flawless. We're not there at all," said Sylvain Charlebois, director of the Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia who has researched self-checkout.Customers aren't the only ones frustrated with the self-checkout experience. Stores have challenges with it, too. Self-checkout is everywhere, despite its issues.The machines are expensive to install, often break down and can lead to customers purchasing fewer items. Stores also incur higher losses and more shoplifting at self-checkouts than at traditional checkout lanes with human cashiers. Despite the headaches, self-checkout is growing. In 2020, 29% of transactions at food retailers were processed through self-checkout, up from 23% the year...
    Experts have revealed how shoppers have to 'build a relationship' with luxury watch brand Rolex by spending up to £100,000 on less desirable timepieces in order to pick up the latest models - as the brand tries to maintain exclusivity in the Instagram age.  While the uninitiated might assume that the luxurious fashion brand would happily take anyone's money, industry insiders have explained how the process of buying an expensive watch from the designer might be slightly be complicated than that. Experts said that with demand outstripping supply, the brand has had to place limits on who can buy what watch - by deciding 'if customers are the right type of person' to wear their timepiece.  What's more, the better a customer someone proves to be, the higher chance they have of getting offered the chance to buy 'rare' timepieces in special materials and colorways. One customer, Barry Finch, told The Telegraph he had attempted to buy a £4,700 Rolex Oyster Perpetual - but was told he would need to 'build a relationship' by spending 'up to £100,000' on other models first....
    New York (CNN Business)We live in a world shaped by shopping carts. The ubiquitous, unloved contraptions are a key feature of US economy. (Yes, really.) The birth of shopping carts in the early 20th century helped usher in an era of mass consumption and enabled grocery stores and brands to expand their products -- without customers worrying about how they would get stuff to their car.To attract shoppers' attention and stimulate their senses while they pushed around carts, brands started to add cartoon characters on boxes, bright packaging and catchy logos with exclamation points. Carts also spurred the rise of impulse buying, said Andrew Warnes, a professor of American literature at the University of Leeds in England and the author of "How the Shopping Cart Explains Global Consumerism.""The shopping cart is what permitted this rapid flitting from object to object," Warnes said in an email. "It gave people a wheeled receptacle into which they could cast their choices and move on to the next one." The humble shopping cart, an engine of the US economy.Read MoreBut early on, customers were...
    Products featured in this Mail Best article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, DailyMail.com may earn an affiliate commission. If you suffer from allergies, you’ll be familiar with the symptoms of a runny nose, watering eyes and sneezing that can disrupt your social life and have you constantly reaching for tissues. As summer approaches, allergies can get worse as the pollen in the air increases but if you want to get a grip on the symptoms, healthcare brand Picnic offers the ultimate solution. For the same price or less than drug store medication, you can visit the Picnic website for a bespoke, tailored allergy plan.  Picnic Allergy Relief Plan: Personalized To You Suffer from allergies? Whether you are sensitive to seasonal allergies like hay fever or have issues with dustmites or pet hair, Picnic can help. Take a quiz on their website and find out what you need to ease your symptoms. There's even free access to a doctor if you need a prescription. DailyMail readers can get their...
    A TRADER Joe's former worker has revealed the secret behind why there always seems to be so many employees working at the popular stores. The chain makes it a priority for employees to chat with customers and make sure they are taken care of, and they have a way of ensuring the staff has the time to do so. 1Trader Joe's goes above average to ensure their workers can provide great customer service Speaking to Popsugar, the former employee, who worked at the store for a year, shared that the chain employs more workers than really needed to make sure their customer service is top-notch. "They totally overstaff so that you don't feel like your stocking duties or your register duties trump interacting with customers—they encourage you to be nice to customers," they said. And the company goes even further to assure an above-average experience for shoppers. The anonymous former employee revealed that workers try all the store's products in order to give quality advice to customers. Read More on Trader Joe'sSAVE IT I'm a Trader Joe's employee - we...
    New York (CNN Business)Saving money can take a little extra effort: clipping coupons, searching for a promotional code, signing up for an email list....But Amazon sometimes makes us check a box to save. Huh? Those orange "coupon" banners below the price on Amazon's online store are a head-scratcher. Why does Amazon make us go through the extra step of clicking a box to "save $2 when you apply this coupon?" Why doesn't the coupon just apply automatically? Click the coupon box to save.The answer lies in the subtle but highly effective way Amazon and other stores use shopping psychology to influence our buying decisions.Cart abandonmentRead MoreBy making us click a box, Amazon hopes to avoid the "cart abandonment" problem — when shoppers add something to their virtual shopping cart but don't end up buying it. That's a big challenge for online retailers. They miss out on billions of dollars of potential sales annually because of shoppers thinking twice about buying a product.Around 70% of online shopping carts containing at least one item are eventually abandoned, according to the Baymard Institute,...
    IF you're waiting longer than normal for a Walmart or Amazon order, you are not alone. All around the globe, Walmart and Amazon customers could face significant shipping delays as the Chinese city of Shenzhen is under another lockdown. 1Consumers should expect shipping delays Shenzhen is one of the major manufacturing centers in China. The already week-long shutdown due to Covid is estimated to have major impacts on shipping delays, as well as shipping costs. Over 17million of its residents were told to work from home as everything from schools to non-essential business are currently on lockdown. Shenzhen is accountable for about half of all online retail exports in China which may add even more trouble to an already tumultuous shipping crisis. Read More on Retail(Cow)shed loads of deals Cowshed announce sale with up to 20% off this Mother's Day NEW AIRWRAP The new Dyson Airwrap is here and you can curl your hair in both directions Why this disrupts Walmart and Amazon In terms of global platforms, China is responsible for cheaper versions of many everyday goods...
    TRADER Joe's employees are part of why people love shopping there. However, the customers are not always right, according to an ex-employee. 1The tropical-themed grocery store is the favorite for many shoppers The ex-employee has a list of things they wished customers would stop doing at the grocery store, they told Insider. Most shoppers appreciate the affordable prices, but some will try to barter with employees to get a better deal. Employees have no say in prices, and the reason items may be more expensive is because of the cost of quality ingredients. Arguing with a cashier about the price of chocolate-covered banana slices will just hold up the line. Read more on Trader Joe'sDID YOU KNOW? The stuffed animals at Trader Joe’s aren’t just for decoration – it’s a gameBUY AND TRY I'm a regular at Trader Joe's and I reviewed which products are worth buying Free samples are a staple in the stores, but that doesn't mean shoppers have to take each one. If you sample an item and don't like it, simply...
    THE BRITISH favourite B&M has long been known for it's low prices, making it the perfect home for bargain hunters. One such person had particularly good luck when visiting one of the stores recently - but it wasn't the cheap cost that got everyone talking. 2NINTCHDBPICT000717570970Credit: Facebook / Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group Paula Sparkles Pryśko, from Banbury, Oxfordshire, uploaded the snap of her steal on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, where members were left in stitches. Whilst strolling around a B&M store, Paula stumbled upon the Last Chance clearance section where countless of items go on sale. There the shopper found an amazing bargain - a pink blanket that had been reduced from £29.99 to just 10p. ''I’ll never get over this bargain,'' she wrote in the post which has been liked 1,700 times. Read more shopping storiesSECTION IMPERFECTION I worked at Primark & there are two sections no one wants to work inHOLI-YAY I bag £30 flights away every weekend - travelling SAVES me money However, it wasn't so much the discount that fellow users...
    In this article ETSY REAL Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesSecondhand retail companies are finding success with shoppers focused on sustainability and hard-to-find items, while also avoiding the supply chain pressures being felt by traditional retailers.   Big box retailers like Walmart and Target have focused on keeping prices down, and have absorbed the increasing costs in shipping, labor, and materials for shoppers. Other retailers, like Macy's and Kohl's, have raised prices to keep up with the uptick in costs.     But resale companies The RealReal and ThredUp are playing up their secondhand supply chains, inventory levels, and pricing.    "While many retailers have been forced to raise prices due to inflation or supply chain pressure, we do not have the same level of exposure," James Reinhart, CEO of ThredUp, said on the company's recent third quarter earnings call.   ThredUp's business is entirely sourced domestically from its users, according to Reinhart, and has no reliance on direct manufacturing for inventory.   "We have chosen to strategically lower prices in order to engage as many customers as possible during a time when consumers are feeling price pressure in many...
    Colleen P. Kirk, New York Institute of Technology Black Friday, the most celebrated shopping day of the year, abounds with tales of fistfights over discounted televisions or even stampedes as consumers rush to get that low-priced sweater they saw in an ad. Many people chalk it up to bad behavior. But marketers like me have a term to describe one feeling that contributes to it: psychological ownership. Have you ever felt as if another driver stole your parking spot? Or were supremely miffed when someone else nabbed the last red sweater that you had your eye on? And isn’t it irritating when someone else receives credit for your idea? If so, you experienced psychological ownership. In other words, we often take ownership over a thing or service in our minds before we actually give up the cash that makes it legally ours. And retailers use this psychological technique to get us to buy more of their stuff – or spend more. It also makes us more likely to brag about our purchases, valuable...
    New York (CNN Business)You've probably realized that shopping for food and household basics is more expensive these days. Expect to keep paying more for groceries in 2022.Prices shoppers paid for groceries climbed 1% in October from September and were 5.4% higher than at the same time last year, according to data released Wednesday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Overall, prices, which also include things like rent, cars and energy, climbed 6.2% over the last 12 months, the largest increase since 1990. Meat prices were 14.5% higher in October from last year. Packaged meat suppliers such as Tyson and Kraft Heinz are planning price hikes on their cheaper items like hot dogs and burgers beginning in January.Within grocery, steaks have seen the highest price jump annually, costing 24.9% more in October than they did a year ago. Eggs were 11.6% more expensive in October than a year ago, chicken cost 8.8% more, cereal was 5% more expensive, and baby food prices grew 7.9% annually.Why are prices rising, and how much longer will that last?Read MoreGrocery prices stagnated from 2015 through...
    (CNN) — You’ve probably realized that shopping for food and household basics is more expensive these days. Expect to keep paying more for groceries in 2022. Prices shoppers paid for groceries climbed 1% in October from September and were 5.4% higher than at the same time last year, according to data released Wednesday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. READ MORE: Veterans Day 2021: Freebies & Deals For Veterans & MilitaryOverall, prices, which also include things like rent, cars and energy, climbed 6.2% over the last 12 months, the largest increase since 1990. Within grocery, steaks have seen the highest price jump annually, costing 24.9% more in October than they did a year ago. Eggs were 11.6% more expensive in October than a year ago, chicken cost 8.8% more, cereal was 5% more expensive, and baby food prices grew 7.9% annually. Why are prices rising, and how much longer will that last? Grocery prices stagnated from 2015 through 2019, but have increased during the pandemic. In 2020, grocery prices increased 3.7% from the year prior. Food manufacturers and grocers have...
    In this article HD GPS ULTA SBUX KR TGT A shopper and cashier both wear masks, gloves and the cashier also has on a plastic visor at the checkout station Pat's Farms grocery store on March 31, 2020 in Merrick, New York.Al Bello | Getty ImagesShoppers and diners will likely see few — if any — immediate changes to businesses' policies about social distancing and mask wearing when they head to the grocery store or out to eat, despite updated recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "On balance, what will probably happen is nothing," said Joel Bines, global co-leader of the retail practice at consulting firm AlixPartners. "Most retailers are going to opt to continue to do what they've been doing." The CDC issued updated guidance on Thursday, saying that fully vaccinated people don't need to wear a mask or stay six feet apart in most settings. It marked an inflection point in the pandemic, clearing the way for some degree of normalcy at outdoor and indoor gatherings. The decision comes as nearly 59% of all...
    A car dealer shows a vehicle to customers at a dealership in Jersey City, New Jersey.Angus Mordant | Bloomberg | Getty Images Chase Weldon spent weeks researching new SUVs to get for his family. To his surprise, he spent even longer attempting to purchase one. Dealer lots were scarce and salespeople, who can sometimes be overly aggressive, weren't calling him back. "I was working with some dealerships across the country," said the 44-year-old Colorado resident. "I reached out to probably 30 dealerships. … Of those 30, half got back to me." Many salespeople who did get back to him said the vehicle he was looking for had already been sold, or they refused to negotiate on price. "It was definitely a different car-buying experience," he said. That "different" experience may become the norm if dealers and investors have their way. Factory shutdowns starting last spring due to the coronavirus pandemic and occurring now due to a global shortage of semiconductor chips have caused the number of new vehicles available in the U.S. to nosedive.VIDEO9:2609:26How the global computer chip shortage happenedTechFor...
    New York (CNN Business)As the pandemic drags on, big chains like Target and Nordstrom are looking for ways to keep consumers coming back to their stores.One go-to strategy is the store-within-a-store concept. It's a way for one retailer to join forces with another by setting up a pop-up shop within their stores. Industry analysts say the approach has benefits for both parties. For instance, department store Kohl's (KSS) is adding as many as 200 Sephora mini shops inside of its stores in 2021 as a way to expand its beauty and cosmetics category. For Sephora, the deal helps the retailer expand its market to Kohl's shoppers.Meanwhile, Target is opening mini Apple shops in a handful of its stores as it strives to become a one-stop shop to meet all of its consumers' needs."From Sephora co-locating in Kohl's to Apple in Target stores, these collaborations bring complementary customer traffic and added income, especially for the host retailer," said Burt Flickinger III, managing director of Strategic Resource Group. It's also a way to get shoppers to visit stores more frequently, he said.Read...
    Trump appointee to State Dept. Federico Klein arrested in Capitol attack; stunned mom says he was Boy Scout type Does Biden’s normal’ foreign policy need a dash of Trump? © Adobe Click here to read the full article. Welcome to Finance Friday, a new monthly column at Footwear News that takes a closer look at the intersection of economic innovation, retail and the footwear industry. On the first Friday of every month, FN will analyze shifting consumer purchasing behaviors, the launch of new FinTech and how businesses are embracing a new digital-first economy. From cash to checks to credit cards, shoppers have always favored getting to choose how to pay for their goods. But as new methods emerge on the market, consumers are becoming more varied in their preferences. With each customer favoring a different way to buy, it can be challenging for a retailer to know what payment methods to offer at checkout. And the stakes are high – get it wrong and the shopper may abandon their cart altogether. More from Footwear News How 'Buy Now,...
    People walk through the King of Prussia mall, on Black Friday, in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.Sarah Silbiger | Reuters Instead of rushing to malls, Black Friday shoppers largely headed to retailers' websites this year. The deal-heavy holiday came in the middle of a sales season that began in October and will stretch beyond Christmas. Black Friday did not play its typical role of starting the holiday shopping frenzy, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. The health crisis has upended the cadence of holiday shopping, making it difficult to gauge how successful the season will be for retailers based on the size of Black Friday crowds. Shoppers have been checking off their gift lists since October. That led to a drop in demand over the holiday weekend. Consumer spending fell 22.4% year over year during the period from Thanksgiving to Sunday, according to GlobalData, which uses consumer panels and data from retailers, mall owners and brands to forecast sales. Yet the numbers look much better when the broader timeframe is considered. Spending prior to the Black Friday weekend rose by 65.7% year...
    A FORMER Primark employee has revealed the best tips for nabbing a bargain when stock comes in and insider tricks for shopping in the iconic high street store.  Gemma, 30, from Birmingham started working in her local Primark aged 18 and continued her employment there for seven years.  4Gemma advises going first thing in the morning or an hour before Primark closesCredit: Facebook Now a pharmacy assistant, Gemma has used her past experience in Primark to share her tips so that people can make the most of their upcoming shopping sprees.  The 30-year-old revealed that the best time to get new stock would be when Primark first opens in the morning or an hour or two before it closes in the evening.  She said: "I started working in Primark when I was 18 and I worked there for seven (long) years. "I would say the best time to shop is when they first open or an hour before they close. It really depends on what stock comes in as every day is different. 4Planning your route around the store can...
    Why Costco Shoppers Are Better With Their Money Than Online Shoppers 2022 Honda Civic Will Be Quite the Looker, Debuts November 17 Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is Why Dr. Fauci Won't Quit Trump's COVID Task Force When President-Elect Joe Biden announced on Nov. 9 the 13 members who will make up his COVID advisory board when he takes office in January, Anthony Fauci, MD, the country's top infectious disease expert, was notably absent from the list. Some experts say that will likely change after the transition of power, as Fauci still has an active role on President Donald Trump's COVID task force, and a few have speculated that Fauci will join Biden's COVID team even earlier than that. However, according to Fauci himself, an early move from Trump's task force to Biden's is not going to happen. Read on to discover why Fauci won't quit Trump's COVID...
    People cram in the doors of a JC Penny during Black Friday in 2014. Kena Betancur/Getty Images Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year in the US, drawing millions of people for holiday shopping deals. But this year, people may be reluctant to be head to the shops alongside so many strangers. While some stores have adjusted their opening hours, expanded their online deals, and promised to limit the numbers of shoppers inside, many stores will still be open this year. If you're on the fence about jumping in line, these 20 pictures from previous Black Fridays might help you make up your mind. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, is usually the biggest shopping day of the year in the US, though this year might be different. With COVID-19 cases on the rise and the threat of large crowds creating superspreader events, some stores are reducing their hours, sanitizing their carts, and limiting the number of people they're allowing inside, and shoppers will have to decide if...
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