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    In this article AEO American Eagle Outfitters CEO Jay Schottenstein said Thursday that the U.S. shopping mall "is not dead" and that the decade is shaping up to be a boon for business. The apparel retailer anticipates extending its double-digit comparable sales growth streak to 27 quarters and retaining its position as a leader in denim, Schottenstein said in a CNBC appearance. "We're very excited, you know, about the future of the mall," he said in a conversation with Jim Cramer on "Mad Money," "and we think that when things get better and the pandemic goes away … we can be looking at the 'Roaring 20s'." Schottenstein is one of many hopeful figureheads who predict the current decade will mirror the growth of a century ago. Consumer spending, spurred in part by the latest round of stimulus checks, surged nearly 10% in March, the latest positive sign of economic expansion and growing confidence. "The sales we're doing, like this quarter, ... all the stores are comping and we're doing it at a 50% capacity," Schottenstein said. The comments come one...
    The LPGA's Jessica Korda raised her hands, mimed shooting a jumper, and yelled "Kobe" when she sank a chip-in for eagle at the Lotte Championship. Christian Petersen/Getty Images Jessica Korda sank a mind-boggling chip-in from distance in the opening round of the Lotte Championship. The American LPGA star yelled "Kobe" when the ball plunged into the cup for an astounding eagle. Korda finished the first round tied for 7th in pursuit of the Hawaiian tournament's $2 million purse. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. —LPGA (@LPGA) April 15, 2021 
    In this article COST DELL COIN AEO Dell CEO Michael Dell delivers a keynote address during the 2013 Oracle Open World conference on September 25, 2013 in San Francisco, California.Justin Sullivan | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines after the bell on Wednesday: American Eagle — The teen apparel retailer's stock rose 4% after the company said it expects fiscal first-quarter sales to top $1 billion. That's about $100 million above analyst expectations. Coinbase — Shares of the cryptocurrency exchange ticked up 2% after its first day of trading. In its market debut, Coinbase hit a high of $429.54 per share before closing at $328.28 per share. Dell — Shares of the computer manufacturer popped 8% after the company announced it will spin off 81% of its VMware stake, forming two standalone publicly traded companies. VMware will distribute a special cash dividend of $11.5 billion to $12 billion to shareholders. Costco — Costco shares rose slightly after the company increased its quarterly dividend to 79 cents per share from 70 cents per share, an increase of 12.9%.
    In this article AEOA shopper walks past an American Eagle store in the mall.Tim Boyle | Getty Images News | Getty ImagesAmerican Eagle Outfitters announced Wednesday that its business is pacing ahead of its expectations for the fiscal first quarter, as stimulus checks and pent-up demand are fueling sales of jeans, dressier tops and leggings. Revenue is on track to top $1 billion, it said. Analysts had been calling for American Eagle to earn 23 cents a share on sales of $904.1 million, according to a poll by Refinitiv. The company didn't provide a fresh earnings estimate. Its shares jumped more than 8% in after-hours trading. The tween-and-teen apparel retailer said demand for goods at both its namesake American Eagle business and at Aerie — which sells comfortable lingerie and loungewear for young females — has been stronger than expected. That's in part due to external factors, including economic stimulus, renewed consumer optimism and bottled-up demand from customers, it said. American Eagle's denim business has been particularly strong, and shoppers have also started buying more tops, Chief Executive Jay Schottenstein...
    WASHINGTON — The number of American bald eagles has quadrupled since 2009, with more than 300,000 birds soaring over the lower 48 states, government scientists said in a report Wednesday. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said bald eagles, the national symbol that once teetered on the brink of extinction, have flourished in recent years, growing to more than 71,400 nesting pairs and an estimated 316,700 individual birds. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland, in her first public appearance since being sworn in last week, hailed the eagle’s recovery and noted that the majestic, white-headed bird has always been considered sacred to Native American tribes and the United States generally. “The strong return of this treasured bird reminds us of our nation’s shared resilience and the importance of being responsible stewards of our lands and waters that bind us together,″ said Haaland, the first Native American Cabinet secretary. Bald eagles reached an all-time low of 417 known nesting pairs in 1963 in the lower 48 states. But after decades of protection, including banning the pesticide DDT and placement of the eagle on the endangered...
    More On: eagles Giants are must-watch with NFL madness making anything possible Bald eagle attacks $995 government drone midair over Lake Michigan Man rescues drowning baby bald eagle to prove to his son he’s ‘cool’ Bald eagle nest spotted in Cape Cod for first time in 115 years WASHINGTON — The number of American bald eagles has quadrupled since 2009, with more than 300,000 birds soaring over the lower 48 states, government scientists said in a report Wednesday. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said bald eagles, the national symbol that once teetered on the brink of extinction, have flourished in recent years, growing to more than 71,400 nesting pairs and an estimated 316,700 individual birds. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland, in her first public appearance since being sworn in last week, hailed the eagle’s recovery and noted that the majestic, white-headed bird has always been considered sacred to Native American tribes and the United States generally. “The strong return of this treasured bird reminds us of our nation’s shared resilience and the importance of being responsible stewards of our lands and...
    President Biden said Republicans’ state voting legislation "makes Jim Crow look like Jim Eagle" during his first formal press conference on Thursday. Biden, during the press conference, was asked about whether he worries that Republicans in states across the country proposing legislation to curb voting access could cost Democrats control of Congress during the 2022 midterms. Biden’s comments come as Republican lawmakers in battleground states are pushing to tighten voting restrictions on mail-balloting and more in future elections. "Deciding in some states that you cannot bring water to people standing in line waiting to vote, deciding to end voting at 5 o'clock when working people are just getting off of work, deciding that there can be no absentee ballots under the most rigid circumstances," Biden said. ARIZONA SEN. SINEMA TARGETED BY CONSERVATIVES IN EFFORT TO STALL CONTENTIOUS DEM-BACKED VOTING BILL "It is all designed -- I am going to spend my time doing three things. One, figuring out how to pass legislation that was passed by the House. Number two, educating the American public. The Republican voters I know find this...
    (CNN)Bald eagles, once on the endangered species list, are now thriving, according to a recent report.The US Fish and Wildlife Service said in a new report that bald eagles have quadrupled in size since 2009. Over 316,700 bald eagles, and more than 71,400 nesting pairs, were present in the lower 48 states during the 2019 breeding season, according to the report."This is truly a historic conservation success story," US Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland said in a news briefing. "The bald eagle has always been considered a sacred species to American Indian people and similarly it's sacred to our nation ... The strong return of this treasured bird reminds us of our nation's shared resilience and the importance of being responsible stewards of our lands and waters that bind us together.″ Bald eagle populations severely declined in the lower 48 states between 1870 and 1970 because of hunting, habitat loss and the use of DDT, a powerful insecticide that made bald eagle eggshells so weak they couldn't produce viable offspring. Read MoreIn 1963, there were only 417 breeding pairs,...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of American bald eagles has quadrupled since 2009, with more than 300,000 birds soaring over the lower 48 states, government scientists said in a report Wednesday. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said bald eagles, the national symbol that once teetered on the brink of extinction, have flourished in recent years, growing to more than 71,400 nesting pairs and an estimated 316,700 individual birds. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland, in her first public appearance since being sworn in last week, hailed the eagle’s recovery and noted that the majestic, white-headed bird has always been considered sacred to Native American tribes and the United States generally. “The strong return of this treasured bird reminds us of our nation’s shared resilience and the importance of being responsible stewards of our lands and waters that bind us together,” said Haaland, the first Native American Cabinet secretary. Bald eagles reached an all-time low of 417 known nesting pairs in 1963 in the lower 48 states. But after decades of protection, including banning the pesticide DDT and placement of the...
    Populations of American bald eagles, once on the brink of extinction, have pleasantly surprised experts — quadrupling in size since 2009.  In 1963, there were just 417 known bald eagle nesting pairs in the lower 48 states. But according to a new report from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the United States' beloved national symbol is now thriving, with more than 71,4000 nesting pairs.  Scientists say there are now an estimated 316,700 individual bald eagles in the contiguous United States — a rapid increase in recent years. For comparison, the population was estimated to be 72,434 individuals, including 30,548 breeding pairs, in 2009. Experts point to decades of protection, bans of the pesticide DDT in 1972 and extensive conservation efforts, including breeding programs and habitat protection around nesting sites, for the momentous "conservation success story." The eagle was one of the original species protected by the Endangered Species Act when it was enacted in 1973, primarily because DDT use after World War II decimated the population across the nation.  "Today's announcement is truly a historic conservation success story,"...
    My closet cleaning sessions in the last couple of months have differed vastly from previous years. Usually, I’m looking to donate pieces that I just haven’t reached for — these days, that feels like half of my closet. But if there’s one area where my cleanout has increased, it’s undergarments. I’ve been much pickier about the bras and underwear I wear on a daily basis. If it’s not comfortable for an entire day, it’s gone, and I’m selective about what I’m adding to that collection. Aerie Ribbed Lace Scoop BraletteBuy at American Eagle$18One of the newest additions to my bra wardrobe has been the Aerie Ribbed Lace Scoop Bralette and it easily passed my tests. The ribbed cotton layer is trendy and comfortable, while the broad lace band adds a little sexiness to an otherwise plain bra. The straps are fully adjustable and even after sitting all day, the band doesn’t roll or pinch. But the best feature, for me, is the interior layer. It’s not padded, but there is a second layer of cotton that is soft and breathable...
    American Eagle clothing and accessories retailer American Eagle store seen in Tokyo.Budrul Chukrut | SOPA Images | Light Rocket | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines after the bell on Wednesday: American Eagle Outfitters – The clothing company's stock jumped 4.2% on the back of better-than-expected results for the fourth quarter. American Eagle logged earnings of 39 cents per share on revenue of $1.29 billion. Analysts polled by Refinitiv expected earnings per share of 36 cents on revenue of $1.28 billion. The retailer also said overall comparable sales declined just 1% as strong online sales mitigated mall closures. Snowflake – Snowflake stock pulled back 4% after the company issued lackluster full-year revenue guidance. The company expects revenue for its fiscal 2022 to range between $1 billion and $1.02 billion. Analysts polled by FactSet expected revenue guidance of around $1.01 billion. That forecast represents full-year revenue growth of more than 80%, which is a slower expansion rate than the company experienced in its fiscal fourth quarter. Okta – Shares of the cloud software company fell 12% on the news...
    THE United States Air Force tested a fighter plane equipped with six bombs on a single side, in a terrifying show of force. The Military Times tweeted the 85th Test and Evaluation Squadron successfully flew an F-15E Strike Eagle carrying six joint direct attack munition (JDAM) bombs on February 22. 5The F-15E Strike Eagle equipped with six JDAM bombs The F-15E Strike Eagle is a two-seat all-weather long range strike and ground attack aircraft. It was designed for the US Armed Forces in the 1980s. and a total of 236 were built from 1985 to 2001. Over the years, The Strike Eagle has been deployed for military operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria and Libya. However, this time around the Strike Eagle was tested with six JDAM bombs on one side. 5F-15E Strike EaglesCredit: � 2021 by ZUMA Wire 5The F-15E Strike Eagle has been deployed for military operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria and LibyaCredit: Reuters The JDAMs is a guidance kit that converts unguided bombs, or "dumb bombs", into all-weather precision-guided munitions. The JDADs hasa published range of up to 15 nautical miles...
    GARY, Ind. (CBS) — This month, one Northwest Indiana teenager isn’t just celebrating Black History – she has become a part of it. Kendall Jackson has become the first ever female African-American Eagle Scout. RELATED: Auburn Gresham Woman Fit To Be Tied With No Mail For More Than A Month (Credit: Kendall Jackson) (Credit: Kendall Jackson) A member of Gary’s Scout Troop 53, Jackson was 14 years old when girls were first allowed to join the Boy Scouts – and she wasted no time working her way to the top of the ranks. RELATED: Man Took Stolen School Bus On Wild Ride Before Crashing In Middle Of Stony Island Avenue, Police Say “It warms my heart to know that I can potentially have younger girls and boys look up to me,” Jackson said. (Credit: Kendall Jackson) (Credit: Kendall Jackson) Jackson, a Lake Central High School senior, said scouting has always been a part of her life. Her mother is a scoutmaster, and her brother is also an Eagle Scout. MORE: Chicago Teachers Union Has Until Midnight To Vote On Deal...
    FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — An American Airlines subsidiary grounded most of its planes Thursday to conduct overdue inspections of bolts that secure doors on the nose gear. The grounding affected two models of Bombardier regional jets operated by PSA Airlines, which operates flights under the American Eagle name. PSA has 130 of the planes, and all but a few were grounded, according to American. American said it is working with PSA and the Federal Aviation Administration to fix the issue. It said a few of the planes have returned to service but gave no precise numbers and did not offer a timetable for finishing inspections on the remaining planes. Tracking site FlightAware.com said 200 PSA flights were canceled by midafternoon Eastern time. American said it was trying to arrange new flights for displaced customers. PSA is based in Dayton, Ohio, and operates many American Eagle flights in the eastern United States including at American’s hub airport in Charlotte, North Carolina. American is based in Fort Worth, Texas. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may...
    The most exciting young player on every NFL team Isabel Marant Homme Fall 2021 Collection 5 at 5: Your Daily Digest for Real Estate Investing, 1/22/21 © Provided by Millionacres 5 at 5: Your Daily Digest for Real Estate Investing, 1/22/21 Home sales ride high into 2021, home gyms a permanent fixture, American Eagle takes away and gives back, GSEs and note investing.In Today's NewsHome Sales End Year at 14-Year High, Strength Seen in 2021 The National Association of Realtors (NAR) says that existing-home sales rose in December, with home sales in 2020 reaching their highest level since 2006. Why it matters: This is one of the bellwether economic indicators, and the NAR says it expects more of the same this year as new buyers enter the market. Are Gyms Dead? Why Home Workouts Are Here to Stay With one in four gyms projected to close last year due to the pandemic, Americans began spending big on Pelotons and other digitally connected home-workout equipment. Now some say we'll never go back, The Wall Street Journal reports today. Why it...
    A shopper wearing a protective mask walks past a sale sign at an American Eagle Outfitters Inc. clothing store at Westfield San Francisco Centre in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Thursday, June 18, 2020.Michael Short | Bloomberg | Getty Images American Eagle ahead of a virtual meeting with investors Thursday said it expects fourth-quarter revenue to decrease in the low-single digits, driven by a drop in brick-and-mortar store sales due to weak mall traffic during the Covid pandemic. The apparel retailer said it expects momentum to continue online. Its lingerie brand for teens, Aerie, is forecast to grow fourth-quarter revenue in the high-20% range, the company said, while its namesake American Eagle brand is forecast to see sales drop in the low double-digit range. American Eagle shares were falling more than 3% in premarket trading. "Compelling holiday product and marketing, combined with a disciplined approach to promotional activity drove very strong margin results," Chief Executive Jay Schottenstein said in a statement. "I believe we are well-positioned as we head into 2021." The retailer is expected to report its fourth-quarter and fiscal...
    ON THIS DAY IN 1897, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported, “The wind-up of affairs in the boroughs so soon to become Greater New York is proceeding with less friction and with less scandal than might have been expected. Very naturally, the various boroughs are anxious to finish their business with their citizens in as orderly and liberal a manner as possible. The administrative work of the several governments is honorably coming to an end. Nor are the financial officials subjecting themselves to criticism … The old governments are going out in good form. The new government will come in with the good wishes of the masses of the people.” *** ON THIS DAY IN 1944, the Eagle reported, “BASTOGNE, BELGIUM, DEC. 27 (Delayed) (U.P.) — An American relief column has lifted the week-long German siege of encircled Bastogne, but the rescued doughboys aren’t overjoyed about it. They are a little peeved that others are going to horn in on their personal fight with the Germans … The doughboys’ attitude reflected that of their commander. Only 24 hours after Bastogne was...
    ON THIS DAY IN 1941, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported, “TOKIO (U.P.) — Japan indicated early today that she stands on the verge of abandoning efforts to achieve settlement of the Pacific crisis by diplomatic negotiation at Washington. At the same time, warnings circulated that Soviet Russia — with an estimated Far Eastern army of 840,000 — has swung in with America, Britain, China, Holland and the British Dominions in a united front against Japan. The press, bellwether of Japanese opinion, thundered that the moment of supreme sacrifice was at hand. A government spokesman said Japan’s ‘patience’ may be tried only a little longer.” *** ON THIS DAY IN 1942, the Eagle reported, “A year’s fighting since Pearl Harbor found American troops, planes and warships around the world carrying the fight to the enemy today and the initiative steadily passing from the hands of the Axis to those of the Allies. On four major fronts the battle raged with American, British, Russian and Allied forces pressing forward with the momentum of full confidence in a complete victory.”
    American Eagle When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. You can save up to 40% during American Eagle's Cyber Monday 2020 sale.  The sale also includes 50% off of the brand's cozy sweatshirts.  Keep up with all of our top Cyber Monday 2020 deals while sales are still going on.  Sign up for Insider Reviews' weekly newsletter for more buying advice and great deals. Known for its size-inclusive styles and cozy knits, American Eagle is a go-to spot for basics. And with the store's Cyber Monday sale, you can seriously stock up. The entire store is 40% off, including jeans, knits, and Aerie underwear. The sale also extends toward its cult-favorite sweatshirts. In fact, you can save up to 50% on all of the sweatshirt styles in stock. Plus, all Aerie underwear is eight for $30.  But these deals are only on through tonight, so now is the time to shop.  Scroll on for the best deals we spotted during American Eagle's Cyber Monday sale. The best American Eagle...
    The Caribbean American Lawyers Association will host its inaugural officer installation via Zoom on Saturday, Sept. 19 at 1 p.m., and afterward it will host a continuing legal education (CLE) seminar in conjunction with two other bar associations. Hon. Sylvia Hinds-Radix. Photo: Mario Belluomo/Brooklyn Eagle The bar association has been in the works since the beginning of the year as lawyers and judges from various courts across the city put together bylaws and nominated officers. Its members were only in the initial stages of planning when the pandemic began, but they were determined to see the creation of a new bar association. “When you pick up the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, it has this beautiful back spread dedicated to bar associations,” said Yvette Hinds Wills, the association’s first vice president. “Every day you see the Columbian Lawyers, the Catholic Lawyers Guild, the Brandeis Society, but there has never been a Caribbean bar. It prompted me to speak with a small group of people to discuss the formation of a new bar association.”
    Zappos — the Amazon-owned online shoe retailer — appears to be launching a brick-and-mortar location. Sources said that Zappos has leased the three-level, roughly 16,000-square-foot corner of 19 Union Square West at 15th Street that was previously home to American Eagle and its concept-store spinoff, AE Studio. In addition to word of the deal from nearby brokers, Zappos is also shown as a tenant in a brochure for a neighboring property distributed by Newmark Knight Frank. No other details were immediately available. ABS’ Real Estate Partners’ Mark Turgesen, whose firm represented the landlord, declined to comment. ECCO joining Brooklyn Navy Yard It isn’t the biggest lease at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, but it’s a cool one. Danish footwear and leather goods retailer ECCO has taken 7,000 square feet for a design and prototyping studio at the Yard’s Building 212, its first studio space outside Denmark. Building 212 is one of two at the Navy Yard that was developed entirely by the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corp. It opened in 2019 with 130,000 square feet of manufacturing and creative office...
    Back to school supplies are shown for sale at a Walmart store during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Encinitas, California, July 28, 2020.Mike Blake | Reuters This school year, retailers may have only one certainty to count on: Kids are growing and that'll drive some demand for new clothes.  Otherwise, retailers and industry watchers are unsure of what to expect as the pandemic delays the first day of school, leads to staggered schedules or prompts plans for virtual learning across the U.S. Some analysts predict that families will spend less as they watch their budgets or as home-schooling limits the need for a fresh wardrobe. Others say it will simply shake up the shopping list, adding more big-ticket items like laptops and tablets and shifting spending toward lower-priced casual wear like T-shirts and leggings instead of outfits intended to impress. Even retailers themselves have signaled they don't know what's ahead, said Joe Schmitt, managing director in the retail practice at AlixPartners. He said the few ads that retailers have run have struck a different tone this year. "Everyone is...
    Addison Rae Easterling is partnering up with American Eagle. TikTok star Addison Rae Easterling treated her fans to new stunning snapshots on Instagram on Saturday, July 25. The 19-year-old social media sensation is partnering up with the popular clothing brand American Eagle and is currently promoting their back to school campaign. Easterling included a gif that featured a collage of various snapshots of her showing off American Eagle’s new back to school clothes. She stood with her back facing the camera as she snapped a photo of herself in a mirror using her phone. She wore a pair of high waisted light wash jeans with a slight rip in the back pocket. She paired the jeans with a black short sleeved top with ruffled sleeves and white flowers. Other photos in the background featured Easterling trying out new poses, lounging on her white bed spread while modeling the clothing. She wore her long brown hair down in waves and showed off a bright red manicure and her usual large, gold hoop earrings. She included two additional gifs within the post,...
    Addison Rae might have greater than 50 million followers on TikTok, however the 19-year-old will not be exempt from body-shamers and trolls. “That is one thing that I’m nonetheless determining for myself as it’s approach more durable than I believed it could be,” the social media star, whose full identify is Addison Easterling, informed Us Weekly completely whereas discussing her partnership with American Eagle. “It may be actually laborious when individuals name out issues that you have already got insecurities round, however I’m engaged on realizing that my value doesn’t come from different individuals’s phrases.” Rae fired again towards being pregnant rumors earlier this month after she took a virtually two-week break from the app. “I’ve discovered quite a bit,” she informed Us about social media fame. “However I believe most significantly I’ve discovered that I’m extra delicate but stronger than I believed.” In current months, Rae has frolicked with members of the Kardashian-Jenner household, together with Kourtney Kardashian and her children, Mason, 10, Penelope, 8, and Reign, 5, whom the Poosh founder shares with ex Scott Disick. When...
    Addison Rae. Courtesy of American Eagle OutfittersTikTok celebrates creativity and so does American Eagle. As a part of the style retailer’s AExME Again to Faculty 2020 marketing campaign, it plugged gifted younger folks to signify the model’s new fall choices. Addison Rae is the star of the community-focused marketing campaign. The TikTok sensation leads the artistic video, showcasing the model’s new stretchy Girls’s Dream Denims, that are dance challenge-approved, after all. “I’ve been sporting American Eagle denims for so long as I can keep in mind, so being part of the again to high school marketing campaign felt genuine to my actual fashion,” stated the Louisiana native in an announcement. “AE understands what my technology needs, and I like how the model empowers children to precise themselves, which for me is thru music and dance.”Courtesy of American Eagle Outfitters“My private fashion ranges from very additional to tremendous informal,” the dancer instructed Us Weekly solely. “When getting dressed, I often look to put on one thing snug, however completely different — one thing that catches folks’s eye.” Rae’s followers are so...
    Kourtney Kardashian and teenage TikTok star Addison Rae have only been friends for a few weeks - but the reality star has already been hard at work teaching the budding celebrity how to handle the negative aspects of life in the spotlight.  Addison, 19, who boasts 51.6 million followers on TikTok, formed a close friendship with mother-of-three Kourtney, 41, last month when they started collaborating on a content for the social media platform. But the teenager has now revealed that, while she might be teaching Kourntey the TikTok ropes, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star has also been imparting some wisdom of her own - namely how to deal with trolls and body-shamers.   Superstar: Teenage TikTok star Addison Easterling, who is known online as Addison Rae, fronts a new Back to School campaign for American Eagle  Creative control: The 19-year-old, who is from Louisiana, styled and shot the campaign herself over Zoom as part of the brand's first-ever virtually-produced shoot  At home: Addison posed for the campaign in her bedroom, styling herself in a host...
    USA Today was forced to issue a major clarification on Sunday after claiming a Trump campaign t-shirt contained a "Nazi symbol." The newspaper's fact checking team declared that viral social media posts claiming a Trump campaign t-shirt contained a notorious Nazi symbol — the imperial eagle — was true. "The claim: Trump campaign shirts feature imperial eagle, a Nazi symbol Our ruling: True," USA Today said on Twitter. The claim: Trump campaign shirts feature imperial eagle, a Nazi symbol Our ruling: True https://t.co/3eCiYdgQvK — USA TODAY (@USA TODAY)1594549560.0 On its website, the USA Today fact check presented more nuance: The claims that a Trump campaign T-shirt has come under criticism for using a symbol similar to a Nazi eagle is TRUE, based on our research. But it is worth noting that the eagle is a common symbol in American politics, and is included in the presidential seal of the U.S., as well as many federal departments. In fact, USA Today explained that the eagle has a rich history in American symbolism and...
    NEW YORK — Forget about making shopping fun. As clothing retailers and others try to stay viable during the coronavirus pandemic, they’re hoping steps like cleaning during store hours, offering hand sanitizer and other safety measures will bring in customers to spend. At the same time, they are largely leaving fitting rooms open and not requiring shoppers to wear masks unless it’s a local rule, despite public health experts who advise that masks, social distancing and good ventilation are key for safety. That may make some already-jittery shoppers more nervous. “Shopping was something I really enjoyed. I like to look at clothes and jewelry. It was almost like therapy,” said Hope Kaplan, a 62-year-old publicist who is now only willing to go to the dentist and CVS because she’s worried about the coronavirus, especially with cases rising in her home of Tucson, Arizona. It’s a crucial moment for retailers, who are trying to recover from the worst sales slump on record. The months-long shutdowns accelerated store closings and bankruptcies. And some stores may start closing some locations again as cases...
    SCHERTZ, Texas – Nearly 6,000 American flags now line Schertz Parkway thanks to one local Eagle Scout who is determined to show off his patriotic spirit. Eagle Scout candidate Kyle Dorsey, with the help of Schertz Boy Scout Troop 51, lined both sides of a 2.5-mile stretch of the parkway Friday morning. Their efforts are part of a new program called Project Flagline, which is meant to lift spirits after the cancellation of the City of Schertz Independence Day Parade and Jubilee. A group of about 40 volunteers consisting of adults and children also lent a hand in the effort on Friday. RELATED: City of Schertz cancels 45th Annual 4th of July Jubilee Copyright 2020 by KSAT - All rights reserved.
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Giant Eagle is recalling its Fresh Express salad items due to the items possibly being contaminated with Cyclospora. A list of the affected items and their price lookup code can be read below: Giant Eagle American 24 oz | 3003493037 American Salad American Salad | 3003492310 Giant Eagle Garden Salad | 3003492319 Italian Salad Italian Salad | 3003492311 Giant Eagle Romaine Garden | 3003492316 GE Veggie Lovers | 3003492328 Shredded Lettuce 8 oz Shredded Lettuce 8 oz |3003492328 Giant Eagle Shredded Lettuce 16 0z | 3003492320 Giant Eagle Coleslaw | 3003492309 Giant Eagle Chopped Asian Salad | 3003492331 Giant Eagle BBQ Chopped Salad | 3003492330 Giant Eagle Cheddar Chipotle Chopped Kit | 3003492338 Giant Eagle Southwest Chopped Salad | 3003492332 Giant Eagle Sunflower Crisp Kit | 3003492339 GE Chopped Mediterranean | 3003492337 Fresh Express: American Salad | 7127924100 Salad: Fancy Field Greens | 7127923201 Fresh Express: Italian Salad | 7127921100 Coleslaw Mix | 7127912300 Fresh Express Iceberg And Romaine | 7127910804 Fresh Express Premium Romaine | 7127910808 Fresh Express Pomegranate Chopped Kit | 7127930910 GE Mediterranean...
    Getty File photo: F-15E Eagle fighter jet An American fighter jet crashed during a routine training exercise in Great Britain this morning and rescue crews have not yet found the aircraft or the pilot. The pilot’s name has not yet been made public. The F-15C Eagle went down in the North Sea, which is off the northeastern coast of England, at 9:40 a.m. local time. The jet was part of the 48th Fighter Wing at Royal Air Force Lakenheath in Suffolk, England. According to a statement from the Air Force, the pilot was the only person on board. U.K. Search and Rescue teams were called in to help with the recovery operation. The commander of the 48th Fighter Wing, Col. Will Marshall, said in a video statement that updates would be provided “while prioritizing respect and consideration for the pilot’s family.” Here’s what you need to know: It Was Not Clear Whether the Pilot Ejected Or Issued a Distress Call Ready to take on Monday like…#WeAreLiberty! #ReadyAF pic.twitter.com/QrwCrHp5bv — RAF Lakenheath (@48FighterWing) June 15, 2020 There were...
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