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Tiger Woods is moving his World Challenge from his old home in California to his old course in Florida _ Isleworth Country Club.
Former New York mobster John A. Gotti, the son of late "Dapper Don" John Gotti, was stabbed during a dispute in front of a CVS pharmacy on Long Island Sunday night, police said.
A flock of 50 ducks decided to leave the pond life for the comparably big city Saratoga Springs streets of New York, bopping en masse into a CVS drug store and wandering around.
Chicago Alderman Nicholas Sposato has collected nearly a year's worth of toilet paper for cash-strapped schools on the city's northwest side.
CVS announced on its Facebook page Friday that it will shorten the ExtraCare portion of its receipts by roughly 25 percent after an Internet meme mocking the pharmacy chain went viral.
Two young men apparently delivered quite the pitch when they set up shop outside a McLean pharmacy to solicit donations for their high school football team. More than two dozen people forked over cash.
Bolstering the age-old mantra that even bad publicity is good, Rolling Stones magazine has seen sales of its latest edition double — the one that pictures Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in rockstar mode on its cover.
Rolling Stone sales are up 20 percent after the magazine gave rockstar status to suspected Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover of its August issue, despite numerous retailers vowing a boycott, a circulation source told the New York Post.
Five major retailers, including CVS and Walgreens, have said they won't allow the current issue of Rolling Stone magazine — with its cover feature on Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev — near its store shelves.
A Texas mother of six not only wrestled a knife away from an alleged carjacker who attacked while some of her children were in the vehicle, but then turned the tables and turned aggressor.
When they thought nobody was looking, the Obama administration abandoned a lawsuit Monday night that would have halted over-the-counter sale of the "Plan B" abortion pill to girls of any age, no matter how young.
A new CVS policy is causing outrage among employees for asking workers to "voluntarily" give medical information or face a $600 fine.
Dear Sgt Shaft: I've heard from a veteran friend here in North Carolina that he can get talking prescriptions from the VA hospital. He gets his prescriptions with an special electronic label. They also gave him a free device that reads the electronic labels and speaks the label information out.
An off-duty D.C. police officer convicted of assault with a dangerous weapon and solicitation of prostitution will spend three years on probation for an incident that ended with him drunkenly firing a gun into a car full of people.
No wonder the American public gets jittery. The phrase "fall off the fiscal cliff" has appeared in news coverage more than 184,000 times since early November, according to a casual Goggle News search. The press likes nothing more than a cliffhanger story that alarms the American public but allows journalists to weigh in with much drama and authority, even when there's little to report.