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By Matt Kibbe
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Home Depot
As Texas residents prepared for what one hardware store manager called "Ice Friday," schools started canceling classes and thousands of shoppers jammed store aisles to buy milk, pet food and other supplies.
The White House didn't rule out Thursday the possibility that millions of workers could lose their current employer-based health insurance under Obamacare, despite President Obama's assurance that only the smaller number of people who buy policies on the individual market would need to shop for new coverage.
RICHMOND — Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II last week rolled out what he believes is a game-changer in his Republican race for governor against Democrat Terry McAuliffe: the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare.
'Is everybody wrong?" That, in three simple words, was the question a reporter asked President Obama last week. "Yes, they are," the president said with a straight face.
Embattled celebrity chef Paula Deen has turned down a chance to compete on the 17th season of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars," UsMagazine.com reported Wednesday.
With her deep fried food empire lying in charred scraps around her, fallen Southern cooking queen Paula Deen may have been thrown a lifeline by an unlikely savior — Lee Daniels, director of “The Butler.”
Americans spent more at retail businesses in June, buying more cars, furniture and clothes. The gain shows that consumers continue to drive economic growth.
This week, the Large Retailer Accountability Act is expected to land on the desk of D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray, and he would prove himself to be a savvy and gutsy politician if he vetoes the measure.
Paula Deen's career continues to suffer death by a thousand cuts of the carving knife. She testified under oath that she repeated a racial slur many decades ago.
Paula Deen's new cookbook, Paula Deen's New Testament, has surged to take the top spot on Amazon's best sellers list, nearly one week after the embattled celebrity chef issued a public apology for using racial slurs over 20 years ago.
The stock market turned higher Tuesday as investors banked on continued policy support from the Federal Reserve. Two big retailers also topped Wall Street's expectations for the most recent quarter.
Authorities are trying to determine why a man visiting a Home Depot in a suburban California community on Wednesday took handsaws and calmly began cutting his arms to the bone.