Pet Food Recall Expands; 70 Dogs Have Died, 80 More Sickened By Toxin Caused By Corn MoldThe recall includes all dog and cat pet food products made with corn products because they might contain elevated levels of aflatoxin, which is produce from a mold that can grow on corn and other ingredients used in pet food.
La Crescenta-Montrose, La Habra Heights Among LA Cities To Join 'Million-Dollar Club' Thanks To Skyrocketing Home Real Estate ValuesThe total of million-dollar cities is now at 312, up from 104 from five years ago, according to online real estate firm Zillow. These are cities in which the average home value is $1 million or more.
Online Puppy Scams Skyrocket As Pandemic-Isolated People Search For Pets To AdoptWith so many people and families unable to gather with loved ones, there’s been a huge increase in pet adoptions. And scammers are having a field day preying on people searching for a pet to add to their families as the pandemic drags on.
Stimulus Package Update: Plan Should 'Give As Generous Aid To Local Governments As Possible,' Economist SaysThe proposed $908 billion coronavirus relief package is gaining traction in Congress. But will it be enough, and will it come in time?
When Can You Get The COVID Vaccine?The COVID-19 vaccine will be available to millions of Americans this month, but who qualifies depends on certain factors.
Stimulus Package Update: Are Politicians Finally Ready To Make A Deal?With COVID cases spiking nationwide, and the economy set to feel the effects, politicians start to get more serious about a stimulus package.
Stimulus Package Update: Lawmakers Announce Bipartisan Coronavirus Relief PlanCentrist Democrats and Republicans announced a $908 billion plan to address COVID relief that would help state and local governments, small businesses and individuals.
914K Crock-Pot Multi-Cookers Recalled Because Pressurized Lids Can Detach, Posing Burn RiskThe recalled units have model number SCCPPC600-V1, which is shown on a label on the bottom of the multi-cookers, and were manufactured between July 1, 2017 and Oct. 1, 2018.
How Will COVID Affect Black Friday Sales? Stores 'Significantly Scaling Back,' Says ExpertBlack Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year, will look a little different in 2020, as COVID cases spike across the country.
Can't Spare A Square: Toilet Paper Shortage Fears Lead To More 'Panic Buying' In Parts Of CountryWith COVID-19 cases rising, shortages of toilet paper, paper towels and cleaning supplies are returning in many parts of the country as well.
Stimulus Package Update: Politicians Still Can't Agree On Type Of Aid Or How Much To SpendDemocrats and Republicans agree on the need for a stimulus package, but disagree on specifics like stimulus checks and and the overall cost.
Stimulus Package Update: What Will A Biden Administration Mean For More Aid?Containing the COVID-19 pandemic and rebuilding the economy top the list for the incoming Biden administration, and a stimulus package will be a key component.
Federal Trade Commission: 25 Websites Sold Fake Clorox, Lysol Products But Never Delivered ThemStill on the hunt for Lysol wipes? Beware of buying them online, where the Federal Trade Commission says at least 25 websites have been selling the products without actually delivering them.
What Do Election Results Mean For A Second Stimulus Package?Today's stock market gains come despite all the election uncertainty, but may suggest optimism for a second stimulus package down the line.
Pete Buttigieg: Americans Will See 'Definition Of A Good Economy' If Joe Biden Wins 2020 ElectionWhoever wins the presidency will face dual challenges of reining in the pandemic and rebuilding the economy.