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NYC Fire Victim: Counting Your Blessings When You Lose Everything

We are a society that values and cherishes stuff. Things. Memories. Ask any household in America and I bet they would say they wish they could get rid of some, but the memories they have stored away are so much more important than more space. You don’t really realize how important these things are to you until they are taken from you, sometimes unexpectedly and harshly.

People wait in their apartments as firefighters battle a large fire on the top floors of an apartment building in New York City's Harlem neighborhood, Friday, Nov. 17, 2017. The Fire Department of New York says over a hundred firefighters were at the scene. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)

Black Friday: Death, Violence Across America on Biggest Shopping Day of the Year

Hours after gathering with family and friends for turkey and football on Thanksgiving, Americans across the country hit shopping centers, malls and superstores for Black Friday, one of the busiest shopping days of the year and one of the most crucial for retailers — but once again, the day was marred by scattered reports of violence and mayhem at stores nationwide.

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#BlackoutBlackFriday Campaign Wages War on Trump & Sale Prices

As they have done for several years now, racial justice warriors have declared the busiest shopping day of the year to be #BlackoutBlackFriday and are urging black Americans and their comrades to protest injustice and the election of Donald Trump by not taking advantage of low sale prices and once-a-year deals.

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GOP May Tax Internet Sales in Omnibus

The final $1.1 trillion spending bill being negotiated in Congress will be a massive 1,000+ page of legislation that few people will read. In addition to funding government through next year, the must-pass bill is likely to contain dozens of provisions that would otherwise be difficult to pass.

Royal Mail Processes Final Mail For Christmas Deadlines