Following in the footsteps of successful online retailers Warby Parker, Bonobos and Untuckit, Tommy John debuts is first store at king of Prussia Mall in October.
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The deal - and potential acquisition of more than 460 physical locations - signals a turning point for Amazon, which for years has struggled to break into the $800 billion U.S. grocery business.
"I feel like Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz," owner Nancy Morozin said today, after posting her new plan on Facebook.
A passenger on the train that crashed at 69th Street Transportation Center on Tuesday has filed suit against SEPTA, and with it provided a narrative of the events leading to the collision that includes reports of excessive speed and an operator who seemed "rushed."
Vandals left racist and anti-Semitic graffiti on several spots in Coatesville early Tuesday morning and then continued into neighboring Valley Township.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Former undercover CIA agent Valerie Plame Wilson is looking to crowdfund enough money to buy Twitter so President Donald Trump can't use it.
Susanna DeForest fell ill late last week. Authorities there had not released the cause of death but DeForest's mother said it was acute altitude sickness.
Jeffrey Riegel of Port Republic, N.J., was known for his sense of humor.
The lawyer who was responsible for distributing more than $7 billion to the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks was sternly rebuked for awarding $3.6 million in federal contracts to her own law firms
WASHINGTON (AP) - Phillip and Barbara Butler hadn't given much thought to the man who burned a cross on their front lawn 40 years ago.
Daphne Goggins, the Republican leader of the 16th Ward in Philadelphia, offered up an explanation for the violence in Charlottesville on a CNN panel of Trump supporters that the network then branded as a "conspiracy theory."
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US Bioservices Corp., a unit of AmerisourceBergen, agrees to pay $13.4 million to settle U.S. government claims