(WASHINGTON) -- Washington, D.C., is increasing police presence and urging visitors not to bring guns as the city prepares for rallies and Supreme Court rulings on hot-button topics including abortion and gun rights. Metropolitan Police Chief Robert Contee said Friday his department is in a "posture... Read More.
Rattlesnakes. Fatal river-crossings. Bandits. And now tornadoes for good measure. Mother Nature dealt a backhand to our brave, if not woefully-unprepared pioneers in the latest episode of 1883 on Paramount+ -- the hit prequel to Yellowstone. By now, we’re used to seeing the group in constant peril, all... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Have gifts to ship that you want to arrive by Christmas? Then taking a trip to the post office might be in your future! Each year, we spend time sweating over getting holiday gifts out in time and worrying about shipping delays... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Each year, we spend time sweating over getting holiday gifts out in time and worrying about shipping delays. This year, experts are warning of possible shortages and delays on getting everything from toys to artificial Christmas trees due to COVID-related supply chain... Read More.
Blake Shelton is back for Season 21 of The Voice, this time joining fellow returning coaches John Legend and Kelly Clarkson, along with newcomer, Ariana Grande. For this season, Blake has added a "win cam," for contestants to pose with him when they choose him as their coach. "If you watch... Read More.
By COURTNEY HAN and ROBYN WEIL, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- With many turning to online shopping for the holidays this year, some delivery services are being pushed to their limits. After two major shopping days, which saw a record $10.8 billion... Read More.
By JACQUELINE LAUREAN YATES, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- United Parcel Service Inc. (UPS) is officially relaxing rules around banning facial hair for its public-facing workers.The delivery service giant previously prohibited male employees from wearing long hair, afros... Read More.
UPS to Begin Training Delivery Drivers to Spot Human Trafficking On January 23rd, UPS announced via social media that they were partnering with Truckers Against Trafficking in order to train all UPS drivers in spotting signs of human trafficking. “Today, we committed to training every UPS... Read More.