Frozen Hash Brown Recall Due To Possible 'Extraneous Golf Ball Materials'Skip frozen hash browns sold in nine states under the Harris Teeter and Roundy's brands. The potatoes may contain pieces of golf balls, according to the hash brown maker.
'Honey' Chrome Extension Instantly Saves You Money When Shopping OnlineA Chrome extension is now making it ridiculously easy for online shoppers to save money and the service is free!
Target Recalls Easter Toys Due To 'Serious Ingestion Hazard'The retailer Target is recalling more than 560,000 water-absorbing Easter egg and dinosaur toys due to a "serious ingestion hazard," the US Consumer Product Safety Commission said Thursday.
JCPenney Stores Get A Temporary LifelineJCPenney tried to close the doors, but shoppers came pouring in.
Survey: More Americans Using Credit Cards Over CashAt one time, credit cards were something people only used for large purchases but not anymore. Plastic is becoming increasingly popular, even for inexpensive purchases.
Wawa Celebrates 53 Years With FREE Coffee of Any SizeGet ready to celebrate 53 years of Wawa with a FREE coffee this week.
BBB Warns Of Scam Involving Voices Of Obama, ClintonA scam going around involving the recorded voices of President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have prompted a warning from the Connecticut Better Business Bureau.
Robots Helping Cut Chore Of Mowing Your LawnRobots are taking over more jobs in the world...including mowing the lawn.
Hyundai And Kia Recall Over 1 Million Vehicles For Possible Engine FailureHyundai and Kia are recalling 1.4 million cars and SUVs because their engines can fail and stall.
Facebook Adding 'Educational Tool' To Help Users Spot Fake NewsDoes Facebook really care whether the stories at the top of your news feed are accurate?
Angie's List: Master Bathrooms Getting Spa Treatment"Remodeling bathrooms is a popular home improvement project, but they're not cheap," said Angie's List founder, Angie Hicks.
Your Browser History Is For Sale, Here's What You Need To KnowIt's official: Your browsing history can be sold to advertisers. President Trump on Monday signed a measure reversing rules that would have required internet providers to get consent before selling your browsing history.

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