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GE recalls refrigerators due to fall hazards

(CNN) - General Electric is recalling some of its refrigerators because of a fall risk. The company said it has received 71 reports of freezer drawer handles detaching. It has caused at least 37 people to get hurt, three of…

Justice Clarence Thomas hospitalized with ‘flu-like symptoms’

CNN -- Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas was admitted to Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, DC, on Friday evening "after experiencing flu-like symptoms," the court's public information office said Sunday evening. "He underwent tests, was diagnosed with an infection, and…

IRS: Don’t mistake your stimulus payment for junk mail

Officials are warning Americans not to mistake their new economic stimulus payments for junk mail. The IRS says about 8 million people will receive their payments in debit cards mailed to their homes. That is on top of others who…

Trump on Covid death toll: ‘It is what it is’

President Donald Trump said the United States’ staggering death toll from coronavirus “is what it is” in a new interview, again giving his administration credit for its response despite ongoing surges in new cases and a human toll that far outpaces that of any other nation.

The Clorox wipes shortage is expected to last into 2021

Clorox, the world’s biggest maker of disinfectant cleaning materials, said consumers will continue to see a shortage of its wipes and other products into 2021 because of overwhelming demand during the pandemic. While all kinds of disinfectant products have been…

READ: House Judiciary’s Doug Collins’ opening statement

The House Judiciary Committee held its first impeachment hearing into President Donald Trump on Wednesday. Republican Rep. Doug Collins, the ranking member of the committee, delivered opening remarks prior to constitutional law experts' testimony before the panel.

Is Black Friday still a big deal?

Black Friday's star on the retail calendar has dimmed a little in recent years, but it is still very important to stores -- and shoppers.

Public impeachment hearings begin

Deputy Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs George P. Kent (L) and top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine William B. Taylor Jr. testify Wednesday at the first scheduled public impeachment hearings.