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Merry Clickmas: Black Friday Online Sales Hit Record $7.4B

Merry Clickmas: Black Friday Online Sales Hit Record $7.4B

| Dec 1
This year's Black Friday was the biggest ever for online sales, as fewer people hit the stores and shoppers rang up $7.4 billion in transactions from their phones, computers and tablets.

'Gay Gene' Testing Apps Aren't Just Misleading — They're Dangerous

'Gay Gene' Testing Apps Aren't Just Misleading — They're Dangerous

| Nov 29
The launch of a genetic app titled "How gay are you?" prompted a well-deserved outcry from scientists and the public last month, with media coverage branding it "disgusting" and "the latest bad idea."

New Mountain Lion Added to Southern California Study

New Mountain Lion Added to Southern California Study

| Nov 29
The National Park Service says it's added a new mountain lion to a long-term study of the big cats in Southern California.

Video App TikTok Unblocks Teen Who Posted on China's Muslims

Video App TikTok Unblocks Teen Who Posted on China's Muslims

| Nov 29
Chinese-owned video app TikTok says it has unblocked a U.S. teenager and restored her viral video condemning China's treatment of its Muslim minority.

Ad Business A Boon for Amazon but A Turn-Off for Shoppers

Ad Business A Boon for Amazon but A Turn-Off for Shoppers

| By Joseph Pisani | Nov 28
Amazon has turned its online store into an advertising powerhouse in just a few years. It overtook Microsoft last year as the third largest ad platform in the U.S. following Google and Facebook.

Poll: Social Media A Political News Paradox

Poll: Social Media A Political News Paradox

| By David Klepper and Amanda Seitz | Nov 28
It's one of America's leading sources for news about the government, yet also among the least trusted. Social media, a new poll finds, is America's political news paradox.

Utah Hearing for Hawaii Suspect in Extreme Cyberstalking

Utah Hearing for Hawaii Suspect in Extreme Cyberstalking

| By Jennifer Sinco Kelleher and Brady McCombs | Nov 28
A Hawaii man tormented a Utah family for over a year by sending more than 500 people to their house for unwanted services including food deliveries, repairs, tow trucks, locksmiths, plumbers and prostitutes, according to a U.S. prosecutor.

Trump Campaign, GOP Groups Criticize Google's New Ad Policy

Trump Campaign, GOP Groups Criticize Google's New Ad Policy

| By Kevin Freking | Nov 27
President Donald Trump's reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee are harshly criticizing tech giant Google for making it harder for political advertisers to target specific types of people.

Baby Yoda GIFs are Back After 'Confusion' Led to Removal

Baby Yoda GIFs are Back After 'Confusion' Led to Removal

| Nov 27
People can send each other animations of Baby Yoda again.

Alaska Native Ice Cellars Failing Amid Environmental Changes

Alaska Native Ice Cellars Failing Amid Environmental Changes

| By Rachel D'Oro | Nov 26
For generations, people in Alaska's far-north whaling villages have relied on hand-built ice cellars dug deep into the permafrost to age their subsistence food to perfection and keep it cold throughout the year.

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