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Self-styled 'weed nuns' put faith in the healing powers, and profits, of cannabis

(SAN FRANCISCO) -- The Sisters of the Valley, a group of self-styled "weed nuns," are putting their faith in the healing power of cannabis.Despite their moniker, this nonreligious sorority of radical feminists resides in Northern California farm country. The women grow cannabis on the sun-drenched property, tucked among vineyards and…... Read More

New birthday cake-flavored Oreos celebrate Mickey Mouse's 90th birthday

(NEW YORK) -- Mickey Mouse is turning 90 this year! For his big birthday, the chief mouse doesn't just get a basic birthday cake. He gets his very own custom Oreos, of course!Disney teamed up with milk's favorite cookie, Oreo, to mark the 90th anniversary of Mickey Mouse with limited-edition…... Read More

Former 'Sesame Street' writer says Bert and Ernie are gay, but the show says otherwise

(NEW YORK) -- Following an interview given by a former "Sesame Street" writer who said he wrote the beloved characters Bert and Ernie as if they were gay, the show has said otherwise."Sesame Street" on Tuesday tweeted, "As we have always said, Bert and Ernie are best friends. They were…... Read More

'My flight doesn't exist': Discount airline leaves customers stranded

(NEW YORK) -- When Erin Levi booked a $179 one-way flight to Paris on Level airlines for a friend's wedding a few weeks ago, she joked that it was too good to be true. It was.When the travel writer arrived at Newark Airport on Sept. 9, she couldn't find her…... Read More

First SpaceX passenger: 'I choose to go to the moon!'

(HAWTHORNE, Calif.) -- SpaceX announced on Monday night that its first moonshot passenger will be Yusaku Maezawa, a billionaire estimated by Forbes to be the 18th-richest person in Japan.He'll be the first private passenger to visit the moon in the company's much hyped Big Falcon Rocket -- if the launch…... Read More

SpaceX founder Elon Musk sued by diver who helped with Thai cave rescue

(NEW YORK) -- Elon Musk was sued on Monday for defamation by a British diver he accused of being a "pedo."Diver Vernon Unsworth filed a lawsuit against the SpaceX and Tesla founder, over tweets Musk sent during the rescue of a Thai boys soccer team in June and July."Elon Musk…... Read More

Brit and Co. founder Brit Morin shares the worst advice she never took

(NEW YORK) -- Brit Morin is the force behind the popular digital media and e-commerce company Brit + Co., a go-to destination for millennial women looking for DIY tips and other information on health, beauty, food, fashion, relationships and more.Recently named by Inc. as one of the most creative entrepreneurs…... Read More

Amazon probes report workers sold confidential info, deleted bad reviews

(SEATTLE) -- Amazon is investigating reports that employees have offered to disclose private sales data and delete negative consumer reviews in exchange for cash.An Amazon spokesperson told ABC News on Monday that the company launched an internal probe in light of a report in The Wall Street Journal that claimed…... Read More

JPMorgan Chase CEO says he understands why there is still 'a lot of anger' over financial crisis

(NEW YORK) -- Ten years after the financial crisis caused millions of Americans to lose their jobs, houses or both, the head of the nation's largest bank said he knows many people remain angry at banks.JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon told ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis that some in the public…... Read More

Hurricane Florence victims offered help by businesses, from breweries to Tesla

(NEW YORK) -- Businesses from Tesla to Pepsi to breweries both large and small have stepped in to offer help to victims of Hurricane Florence. Anheuser-Busch is sending more than 300,000 cans of drinking water in six truckloads to North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia from its brewery in Cartersville,…... Read More

Gun stores present a target for looters in hurricanes, authorities warn

(NEW BERN, N.C.) -- As Hurricane Florence clobbers the Carolinas, millions of residents have evacuated, leaving thousands of homes and businesses empty, including an especially attractive target for looters: gun stores.The Carolinas are home to more than 3,300 federally licensed firearms dealers, but with law enforcement stretched thin during the…... Read More