Macy’s on Monday unveiled Mobile Checkout, which lets customers scan and pay for products with a smartphone.
Based on true events, the film counts the abusive childhood of Bart Millard from the popular Christian band MercyMe.
William J. Pulte built his first house in Detroit at 18, launched Pulte Homes, expanded to Chicago, other cities, became nation’s biggest homebuilder.
She’s paired with Donald Sutherland in disappointing journey set in an RV.
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More and more women are becoming funeral directors and certified crematory operators – and it’s not the family business.
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It’s an expertly directed, slow-burning psychological horror film filled with outstanding performances (including the last by the late Anton Yelchin).
In honor of International Women’s Day, the fast food giant is turning its iconic golden arches upside down.
Even playing someone dead inside, a washed-up ballerina sent to “whore school” to become a spy, Jennifer Lawrence commands attention.
The group that ate the most leafy greens witnessed a slower rate of brain decline than those who ate the least leafy greens per day.
A soccer game determines the fate of a clan of cavemen in the animated comedy from the maker of “The Wrong Trousers” and “A Close Shave.”
A lot of things in this genial, pleasant farce are tossed at viewers; some work, some don’t.
Want to see a whimsical adaptation of a beloved British storybook for children? Go see “Paddington 2.”