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Powerball Jackpot Grows to $640M as Mega Millions Hits $750M
Wednesday night's Powerball jackpot was worth at least $550 million and grew to an estimated $640 million without a winner.
Target Continues to Thrive in Whirlwind Retail Environment
Target's strong sales streak extended through the holiday season, as shoppers snapped up everything from clothing to home goods during the pandemic.
US Will Require All Arriving Passengers to Get COVID-19 Test
Anyone flying to the U.S. will soon need to show proof of a negative test for COVID-19.
US Population Growth Smallest in At Least 120 Years
The U.S. population grew by the smallest rate in at least 120 years from 2019 to 2020.
Pfizer: COVID-19 Shot 95% Effective, Seeking Clearance Soon
Pfizer announced more results in its ongoing coronavirus vaccine study that suggest the shots are 95% effective.
Ulta to Open Beauty Shops At 100 Target Stores in 2021
The nation's largest beauty chain has a deal to place shops in more than 100 Target stores by mid-2021.
Wisconsin’s Country USA Rock USA Festivals Call it Quits
Two of Wisconsin's biggest annual music festivals are shutting down for good following COVID-related cancellations this summer.
Walmart to Close Its Stores on Thanksgiving Day
Walmart will close its namesake stores and Sam's Clubs on Thanksgiving Day this year, saying that it wants to have its employees spend time with their families during the coronavirus.
3M Files 18 Lawsuits Over Alleged Unlawful N95 Mask Sales
The leading manufacturer of N95 masks in the U.S. says it has investigated 4,000 reports of fraud, counterfeiting and price gouging in connection with the product and filed 18 lawsuits as a result.
Best Buy to Require Customers to Wear Masks Amid Virus Spike
Best Buy will start to require customers to wear face coverings in stores nationwide, even in states or localities that don't require them to do so.