There's going to be a Party in the Poconos, NASCAR style.
Michelle Obama's three-day tour to Chicago, Mississippi and Missouri to promote her "Let's Move!" campaign will hit taxpayers' wallets at a sum of $50,000 or more.
Forget the deals at the stores. Walmart is slashing prices at the track.
Walmart has announced that customers will now be restricted to purchasing only three boxes of ammunition per person, per day. A spokesman cited a shortage as the reason for the restrictions, not political pressure.
The nation's post-election leftward lurch is gaining momentum. Six states, including New York and California, are agitating for a boost in the minimum wage. Sen. Tom Harkin, Iowa Democrat, wants the federal government to set a nationwide wage floor that will automatically rise each year.
President Obama's supposed grassroots group, Organizing for America, is actually anything but, as invitations for the group's private unveiling event last week revealed its ties to big business, big political donors, and even wealthy philanthropist George Soros.
Two Massachusetts men were arrested on charges stemming from a $400 cookie theft attempt from Girl Scouts doing business outside a Northampton store on Tuesday.
Drew Barrymore, an accomplished actress, producer and director, is launching her own beauty brand. Maybe, she says, it's the next chapter now that she's married art consultant Will Koppelman and they have a 4-month-old daughter, Olive.
A federal grand jury in Tennessee has indicted 15 former FedEx workers, charging them with stealing from U.S. mail.