The multichannel shopper spent $82 more on average than those who only shopped online. A survey carried out by the National Retail Foundation found that the average shopper had a sizeable haul, spending an average of $442 (approx.) over the five day period.
A profile of the first lady at Vanity Fair quotes two insiders who say that Melania gave Donald Trump an ultimatum of sorts: Either run for the presidency or stop brooding about it. She took months before moving to Washington from the Trump Tower penthouse she shared with her husband. Oh, and everything else, too. Of course, Melania is known for her stoic demeanor and maybe standing in the White House entryway, stone-faced with her arms at her side, was all part of her scheduled ...
Two 24-year-old men were also killed in the crash. "I wish I told you I love you everyday, I wish I didn't shout, argue and fight with you, I wish you could just be with me right this second, I am so lost for words". "Will remember you for your cheekiness". Two of the victims were pronounced dead at the scene, and three others later died in hospital. Police confirmed two 15-year-olds had been arrested on suspicion of causing death by risky driving and remained in custody.
The advertisements rejected by WMATA highlight the archdiocese's annual "Find the Perfect Gift" campaign, which refers views to the FindThePerfectGift.org website that includes Mass schedules, reflections on the meaning of Advent and Christmas, religious holiday traditions and opportunities for charitable service.
TRAI has moved to prevent big Internet service providers from unlimited power in deciding what Web content customers can get and at what price. Mobile phone companies, however, are miffed with the "piece meal" approach of Trai's recommendations to Net Neutrality and are likely to shortly seek DoT's intervention on a host of issues.
Leandra English, the agency's deputy director, is suing the Trump administration over who is the proper acting director. Following a hearing Tuesday evening at the US District Court in Washington, DC, Judge Timothy Kelly ruled that he will not issue an emergency order blocking Trump from installing Mulvaney in the post.