Nordstrom Puts the Hunt For a Buyer On HoldThe Nordstrom family told a special committee at the upscale retailer that they may start up the search again for a buyer after the end of the crucial holiday season.
DC Lawmakers Approve Citywide $15 Minimum WageThe D.C. Council unanimously approved the wage increase, and Democratic Mayor Muriel Bowser has pledged to sign it when it reaches her desk, likely sometime this summer.
Study: High-Potency Marijuana Could Cause Brain Damage, PsychosisStudy warns damage to white matter in the brain could interfere with communication between the left and right hemispheres.
Report: Amazon Resets Some Customer Passwords Over Security FearsThe online retailer sent an email to an unknown number of customers saying their passwords had been automatically reset.
Nordstrom Won't Be Celebrating Christmas Until After ThanksgivingA sign posted on Facebook reveals the department store won’t be celebrating Christmas until Thanksgiving is over.
Online Book-Seller Amazon Opening Real BookstoreAmazon opening its first bookstore in University Village.
E. Coli Outbreak Closes All Chipotle Restaurants In Washington And OregonHealth officials expect the number of people sickened to grow while they investigate the cause of an E. coli outbreak.
PICTURE: Customer Finds Dead Mouse In Subway SandwichA customer found a dead mouse in his Subway sandwich.
Bakery Owners Refusing To Pay $135G In Damages To Gay Couple Who Were Declined Wedding CakeThe owners of a Portland-area bakery are refusing to pay $135,000 in state-ordered damages to a same-sex couple who were denied service.
Boeing Reveals Its Newest Plane: 737 MAX 8Boeing is giving people a first look at its new 737 MAX 8, which is designed to be more fuel efficient than previous 737s.
Survey: Most Office Battles Center Around Cleanliness, Temperature SettingsA new survey finds that most battles between co-workers in the office stem from cleanliness and temperature settings.
Microsoft Posts Net Loss Of More Than $3 BillionThe Redmond, Washington-based software giant posted a net loss of $3.20 billion, or 40 cents per share, reversing a profit of $4.61 billion, or 55 cents per share, a year ago.