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    GOING to any store can be such a hit or miss, especially when you have no idea what's worth your money. Well, one shopping fan has revealed the products that you should definitely buy at your local Dollar Tree – and the ones you should steer clear from. 3A woman has revealed the three things you should not buy from the Dollar TreeCredit: Getty Self-dubbed as your shopping best friend, Jacquelyn Fricke put together a guide about what's worth your money at the Dollar Tree. "Trust me, I've tried everything!" she assured in her social media video. NOT WORTH IT When it comes to purchasing pens and markers, you're better off buying them somewhere. "They run out of ink and they're cheap," she explained. Another thing you should stay away from at the Dollar Tree is makeup. Read More Dollar Tree Storiesstore wars I'm a Dollar Tree worker & my biggest pet hate forces me to shout at customersDOLLAR DIY I saved $18 using Dollar Tree items to make a car essential you can use anywhere...
    A woman's torso was found inside a garbage bag inside a shopping cart in Brooklyn by a horrified passerby amid a huge spike in New York City crime. The female corpse was found inside a garbage bag without a head or limbs by a passerby on Pennsylvania and Atlantic Avenues in Brooklyn around 1.45am on Thursday.  The man reportedly saw the garbage bag in the shopping cart and decided to take it but when he peeked inside where he made the grisly discovery.   Police reported that the woman, who has not yet been identified, did not appear to have any gunshot or visible stab wounds, nor any identifying marks like tattoos. The body also did not appear to be decomposed, police said.   The 75th Precinct determined the body was that of an adult woman and said the medical examiner will determine her cause of death and possibly identify her through DNA. Authorities are now scouring surveillance footage in hopes of identifying the woman's attacker and the incident is under investigation, but locals are worried about safety. A local student Cynthia Jimenez said they...
    The remains of a woman found in a shopping cart this week in Washington, D.C. was positively identified by police officials Saturday, according to local reports. Sonya Champ, 40, is believed to be the fifth victim in a number of murders carried out by a serial assailant dubbed the "shopping cart killer," according to NBC News.  Another two females were positively identified by Virginia police officials Friday evening. Fairfax County Police Chief Kevin Davis told reporters that DNA analysis was used to identify 29-year-old Cheyenne Brown, of Washington, D.C., and 48-year-old Stephanie Harrison, of Redding, Calif., who were found in Alexandria, Va., on December 15, 2021. 4TH ALLEGED 'SHOPPING CART KILLER' VICTIM COULD BE MISSING WOMAN FROM CALIFORNIA "He preys on the weak, he preys on the vulnerable, and he does unspeakable things with his victim," Davis said. "Our shopping cart killer does unspeakable things with his victims." Victims of alleged Virginia serial killer, dubbed "Shopping Cart killer." (FOX 5 DC (WTTG)) Police suspect Anthony Robinson, 35, of Washington, D.C., who was arrested and charged in November for the murder of two other women, is...
    Jury selection begins in Derek Chauvin trial. What did the first day reveal about legal strategy, human perception? Latino civil rights leader will help remove Confederate symbols, names from DOD bases Best & Worst Refi Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft Price Alert: These SUVs Are Now Only $19,000 (Deal Of The Day) Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/15 SLIDES © tolgart/Getty Images Leaving your cart in the parking lot Leaving your cart in the parking lot is not only lazy, but it's also annoying for anyone trying to pull into a parking spot, only to discover there's a shopping cart in the way. And it's downright dangerous since stray shopping carts can scratch cars and injure pedestrians. So, it's not surprising that 72 percent of responders in Treadmill Review's...
    Crystal Cox/Business Insider When the pandemic hit, I started investing in home goods.  At a certain point, I realized draining my bank account for candles wasn't entirely wise. Now, I just add things to my shopping cart without hitting "buy," and I won't stop anytime soon. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. It all started when I shattered a glass.  In early April, I knocked a water cup off the coffee table. It was one of the last ones I owned, leaving coffee mugs with Kanye West quotes on them to act as my only drinking vessels.  Williams-Sonoma was having a sale, so I decided to order some new glasses. But I had a shipping minimum to make, and on a whim, I added a set of fancy cocktail glasses. Though the cocktail glasses weren't expensive, they weren't necessary, and it felt novel — I had never purchased kitchenware that was anything but perfunctory.  I fell in love with them. I loved their tiny size and fragility, how ill-suited they were for anything but holding a single...
    These ETFs can give you high dividend yields with relatively low risk Dodge Aspen and Plymouth Volare: Great Idea, Lousy Execution Unique Tip If Your Car Has Automatic Headlights Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Provided by Eat This, Not That! The One Grocery Store Item You Should Never Touch Almost one full year into the COVID-19 pandemic, we've all become painstakingly familiar with the best safety protocols recommended by the CDC. From wearing masks to keeping socially distant and frequently washing our hands, the rules have become second nature. We also know a lot more about the virus and how it spreads than we did last spring—such as the risk of catching it from food products, food packaging, or grocery shopping bags is low, according to the CDC. Still, if you've yet to be vaccinated, now is not the time to let your guard down at the grocery store or any other public place. In fact, there are some basic hygiene tips...
    Baywatch star Jeremy Jackson's homeless ex-wife has been spotted digging through trash on the streets of Los Angeles, more than two years after first being seen living in a desolate state, exclusive DailyMail.com photos show. Loni Willison was first discovered to be homeless by DailyMail.com in October of 2018, highlighting a terrible turn of fortune for the former model. The 37-year-old's hair was cropped short and she admitted she hadn't showered in a year in attempt to keep herself 'dirty as possible so no one assaults me' after becoming homeless in 2016. Although an old friend attempted to get her help and a drug rehab specialist offered her $90,000 of free treatment, Loni returned to the streets and hadn't been seen again until October 2020. Loni, who divorced Jackson in 2014, was seen this week picking through garbage in Santa Monica and pulling a Whole Foods shopping cart full of her belongings along a busy street while eating what appeared to be a piece of bread. She has also been spotted rummaging through a dumpster wearing several layers of clothes,...
    San Francisco (CNN Business)At Amazon's newest grocery store, you can ask Alexa voice assistants where to find milk, scan and check out your groceries using your shopping cart, and pick up books you ordered off the e-commerce giant's website. The first Amazon Fresh grocery store is set to open in a few weeks just outside of Los Angeles in Woodland Hills, California. The concept is meant to reach different customers than Amazon (AMZN)'s Whole Foods chain, which it acquired for $13.7 billion three years ago. Whole Foods specializes in natural and organic products and doesn't carry mainstream brands like Coca-Cola, Tide and Oreos. "Grocery is a very large consumer sector; by most measures, it's $800 billion in the US," Jeff Helbling, vice president of Amazon Fresh stores, told CNN Business. "And collectively, we're relatively small in the space." Amazon's current market share is 4%, Helbling said. Walmart (WMT), by comparison, holds 21%, according to Cowen estimates. Read MoreIncluding Woodland Hills, Amazon confirmed it is opening seven Amazon Fresh stores — four in California and three in Illinois — but has...
    NEW YORK (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Frustrated with the long lines at the grocery store, even in self-checkout lanes… well Amazon has a new cure: a smart shopping cart. The cart, which Amazon unveiled on Tuesday, uses cameras, sensors and a scale to automatically detect what shoppers drop in. It keeps a tally and then charges their Amazon account when they leave the store. No cashier is needed. It’s the latest attempt by Amazon to shake up the supermarket industry and offer a solution to long checkout lines. The online shopping giant opened a cashier-less supermarket in Seattle that uses cameras and sensors in the ceiling to track what shoppers grab and charge them as they leave. Amazon.com Inc. also has roughly 25 cashier-less convenience stores with similar technology. The cart, called Amazon Dash Cart, will first show up at a new Los Angeles supermarket Amazon is opening later this year. The store will have cashiers, but Amazon said it wanted to give shoppers a way to bypass any lines. In the future, it could be used at Amazon’s Whole Foods grocery...
    Pandemic deals mightier blow to retail than Great Recession: First-quarter operating income down 58% The Five Most Beautiful, Best Sports Cars of the 1950s How To Transfer Your Family Memories To Digital Ad Microsoft 5 Under-the-Radar E-Commerce Stocks to Buy Right Now Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/12 SLIDES © Courtesy of Madewell You bored? Same, but thankfully, the Madewell sale is here to provide a sound distraction. Summer is in full swing, but with limited places to go and no clear answer on when travel will be a thing again, you may be apprehensive to invest in your summer wardrobe—but that's where Madewell's The Big Deal comes in. The retailer known for elevated basics and damn good denim has tons of summer styles, from dreamy sundresses to strappy sandals—and the deals are too good to pass up. The limited-time summer event, which offers fresh seasonal styles for every occasion, is...
    Twitter A Twitter user's shopping cart. Searches for the effects of shopping cart abandonment skyrocketed on Thursday when TikTok users challenged each other to shop on President Donald Trump’s online store and leave without completing the purchase. Many users of the popular social media platform posted videos of themselves with hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of merchandise in their carts and then abandoning the purchase and leaving the items in the cart. One user broke it down on Twitter: Go to the trump merch store. Load up your digital cart with as much merch as you can fit. Now instead of checking out, take a little break (or a long one) and go read about the wonderful world of digital shopping cart abandonment and it’s negative effects on available inventory —
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