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A sign is posted explaining a technical glitch at a Target store in San Francisco on Saturday, June 15, 2019. The technological glitch that stalled checkout lines at its stores worldwide,  exasperating shoppers and eating into sales at a prime time for retailers. The outage periodically prevented Target's cashiers from scanning merchandise or processing transactions. Self-checkout registers also weren't working at times, causing massive lines in some stores.  (AP Photo/Michael Liedtke)
Target's tech trouble clogs stores with long checkout linesA glitch stalled checkout lines at Target stores worldwide Saturday, exasperating shoppers and potentially eating into sales at a prime time for retailers, the day before Father's Day
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Plane landing at Newark airport blows tires, skids on runwayAuthorities say a plane blew tires while landing at Newark airport, sending it skidding across the runway before coming to a halt
The Associated Press3 hours ago
US Sends Russia a Scary Cyber-MessageIf Russia is plunged into darkness one day, Washington may well be behind it—or so US officials are telling the New York Times . In a strategic shift, the US military's Cyber Command is planting malware in Russia's electrical grid to offset the threat that Russia can do the same...
Newser3 hours ago
Passengers subdue chaotic man on board Turkish Airlines jetAn Associated Press photographer says passengers on board a Turkish Airlines flight to Sudan had to subdue a man who started screaming soon after takeoff and began rushing toward the cockpit.
The Associated Press7 hours ago
Coast Guard rescues man from cruise ship off North CarolinaThe Coast Guard has helped take a man from a cruise ship to the mainland for a medical problem. The Coast Guard's Portsmouth, Virginia, command center received a call Friday morning that a passenger on the cruise ship was suffering abdominal pain
The Associated Press7 hours ago
Utah-Detroit Delta flight makes emergency Wyoming landingA Delta flight made a safe emergency landing in Wyoming after instruments detected a possible fire in the cargo department
The Associated Press8 hours ago
In this May 30, 2019 photo provided by the Ross Township Fire Department firefighters assemble a tube around farmer Jay Butterfield during the process of rescuing him from a soybean bin on his farm in Ross Township, Ohio. He became buried up to his neck while trying to break up clumps of soybeans in the bin.  (Ross Township Fire Department via AP)
'Like quicksand': Ohio farmer survives soybean entrapmentOhio farmer Jay Butterfield survived a harrowing afternoon recently after being buried up to his neck inside a soybean bin
The Associated Press9 hours ago
German stunt pilot killed as plane plunges into Polish riverA German pilot of a small stunt plane was killed Saturday after it plunged into the Vistula River during a performance at an air show in central Poland
The Associated Press10 hours ago
Phil Mickelson hits from the rough on the 18th hole during the second round of the U.S. Open golf tournament Friday, June 14, 2019, in Pebble Beach, Calif. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Runaway golf cart hits 5 people near 16th hole at US OpenFour spectators, vendor injured by runaway golf cart during freak accident near 16th hole at US Open
The Associated Press11 hours ago
OJ Joins Twitter, Talks About 'Getting Even'Just before Friday turned into Saturday, Twitter gained a new account. It appears OJ Simpson can now be counted among those who tweet, and his very first (and so far only) post has already raised eyebrows. Simpson posted a short video announcing his entry online, and it included what Inquisitr...
Newser13 hours ago
This June 13, 2019 false-color image from the European Commission's Sentinel-2 satellite that was processed by Sinergise's Sentinel Hub website shows the Norwegian-owned MT Front Altair ablaze with smoke rising from it in the Gulf of Oman after what the U.S. described as a limpet mine attack by Iran. Iran has denied being involved in the incident. The white light in the image is the sun being reflected off the waters of the Gulf of Oman. (European Commission via AP)
Middle East attack jolts oil-import dependent AsiaThe blasts detonated far from the bustling megacities of Asia, but the attack this week on two tankers in the strategic Strait of Hormuz hits at the heart of the region's oil import-dependent economies
The Associated Press17 hours ago
Rescue launched for 3 Bolivians trapped in Chile mineChilean authorities say specialized teams have begun an effort to rescue three Bolivians trapped in a mine in northern Chile
The Associated Press1 day ago
File - In this May 9, 2013, file photo, two Allegiant Air jets taxi at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. Federal safety regulators want to fine Allegiant Air more than $715,000, saying the discount airline failed to properly fix an engine that put out hotter-than-normal exhaust fumes. Allegiant says that it followed a procedure approved by the manufacturer and the government. (AP Photo/David Becker, File)
FAA proposes $715,000 fine for Allegiant over engine workAllegiant Air faces a possible $715,000 fine after safety regulators say the airline failed to properly fix an engine
The Associated Press1 day ago
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