The nation's second-largest retailer has announced that guns are not welcome in its stores, even in states where it is legal to carry firearms.
There’s some sobering news Friday about the still sputtering economy, and the repercussions of errant federal policies on the nation’s future. It doesn’t bode well, and everyone from single impoverished mothers to Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman are worried. So why does nothing get fixed?
Retailers across the country have created a database of workers accused of stealing and are using the information to deprive those people of jobs.
Decades of neuropsychology research have given Target the ability to predict customers’ shopping habits with increasing precision. The company’s statistical team can even tell when shoppers are likely to be in their second trimester of pregnancy. Combined with aggressive marketing tactics, such powers promise to add millions to its already swollen revenues.
So, Lady Gaga struck a deal with Target to release a special version of her new album, "Born This Way," which rankled some of her core devotees, as the retail giant had made a supersized slip-up in the political arena with contributions to a political action committee .
Is it wrong to make connections between the charged political climate in the U.S., stoked by divisive rhetoric, and the deadly shooting last weekend in Arizona? Some right-leaning politicians and pundits are saying so.
The official anti-terrorism database is so flawed that it lists 8,591 potential terrorism targets in Indiana--50% more than in New York and twice as many as in California. Examples: "Old MacDonalds Petting Zoo, the Amish Country Popcorn factory and the Mule Day Parade."