Miami shooting: Three injured as gunman opens fire in Florida shopping mall

Police in Florida were called to reports of an active shooter in a shopping mall as three people were rushed to hospital.

Images from the Aventura Mall in Miami show shoppers fleeing in terror after shots were reportedly fired, with witnesses saying people were “running and trampling” to get away.

Others were forced to hide inside shops and in storage rooms as the terrifying incident unfolded.

Three people were taken to hospital, according to the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue service, but the extent of their injuries is not clear.

A source told the Miami Herald that there were two suspects, with

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Shopping After COVID: What Women Are Buying

Following months of depressed spending in the U.S.—clothing sales dropped 79% in the first months of the pandemic—and with summer on the horizon, it seems this pattern is set to repeat.

But what, exactly, is shopping after COVID going to look like?

WGSN’s Morgan-Petro says the pendulum on what people are buying is starting to shift, although not completely: “Women are still largely buying comfort-focused items at the moment. But this does not mean they’re not also fashion items. We’re seeing a shift in demand for more hybrid pieces that serve multiple end uses. Knit dresses, for example, are

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3 “Strong Buy” Retail Stocks to Add to Your Shopping List

‘Sell in May and go away.’ It’s one of those old adages whose origins are a little obscure – but which remains surprisingly applicable. It refers to the historical underperformance of the markets during the six months from May to October, when compared to November to April. The exact reasons are debatable, but according to Forbes magazine, between 1950 and 2013 the Dow showed an average return of only 0.3% during the spring/summer months – compared to 7.5% during the fall and winter.

This year, there is some speculation that summer underperformance may be worse than usual. The S&P 500

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Stabbings, sword slashes shake up Fremont shopping center

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VIDEO: Surveillance footage captured sword attack in Fremont liquor store

FREMONT — Dried blood spots that stained the sidewalk outside CJ’s Liquors in Fremont were power-washed away early Wednesday, days after a group of four people armed with knives and a curved sword violently attacked and brawled with several others near the store’s cash register Sunday night.

The chaotic incident — which lasted less than a minute and was captured on dramatic surveillance footage — has shaken up locals and business owners near the longstanding liquor store on Stevenson Boulevard in

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I used to love shopping in-store, but Walmart’s new delivery service changed me forever

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Why shop in-store when you can click your way to yumminess? (Photo: Getty Images)

There are so many things that, just a year ago, I never thought I would do: have a job interview on my couch, make a designation between daytime sweatpants and nighttime sweatpants, say the word ‘quarantini.’ I certainly never thought I would get my groceries delivered to my house. 

The thing is,

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Face masks, cookware, vacuums and more

April was full of news for Shopping readers: Earth Day, National Pet Day, newly released guidance from the CDC for fully vaccinated people and more. During Earth Month, the Shopping team reflected on favorite eco-friendly products such as Stasher bags and reusable metal straws. And as temperatures warmed, we covered everything from backyard games and hammock sales to sunscreen, swimwear and more. Last month, we also saw some especially notable launches and sales events from Shopping reader favorite brands, including Away, Lululemon, Sephora and Wayfair. And as per usual, readers continued to gravitate toward face masks, cookware, exercise bikes

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