(PHILADELPHIA) -- Hoping to quell calls for a national boycott, Starbucks stands to lose millions of dollars by shutting down thousands of stores for one afternoon in May to train employees on how to avoid racial bias after two black men were arreste... Read More
(AUSTIN) -- When Kelli Schultz discovered that she'd be on the same flight as her newlywed sister en route to her honeymoon in New Zealand, she couldn't resist the opportunity to give her an extra special wedding gift.
With help from Unite... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Weddings and events often have the most beautiful floral arrangements, but after the event is over, the arrangements can end up in the trash.
Former event planner Jennifer Grove is working to end that with her company Repeat ... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- The Federal Aviation Administration issued an emergency order on Friday for airlines to inspect engines like the one involved in Tuesday's fatal incident involving Southwest Airlines Flight 1380, according to an FAA spokesperson.
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(NEW YORK) -- Harvey Weinstein asked a federal bankruptcy court Friday to force The Weinstein Company to give him access to his email accounts and personal files.
Without them, Weinstein said in court documents obtained by ABC News, he can... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Some of the nation's wealthiest donors are writing multimillion-dollar checks to support candidates during this midterm season in high stakes contests across the country.
While it's not unusual for uber-wealthy donors to gild... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- One of the nation’s most iconic urban spaces is kicking out cars.
For a trial period that starts in June, vehicles will no longer be allowed to drive through New York’s Central Park, save for cross-town transverse... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Wells Fargo agreed Friday to pay $1 billion to settle with two U.S. regulators who accused the nation’s third largest bank of abusing its customers.
The settlement comes two years after Wells Fargo was found to have ope... Read More