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Child gets into mother’s purse, accidentally fires gun inside Sam’s Club store – KXAN.com

Police in Ohio say a child accidentally fired a gun inside a Sam’s Club store Saturday morning.

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BOARDMAN, Ohio (WKBN) – Police in Ohio say a child accidentally fired a gun inside a Sam’s Club store Saturday morning.
According to police in Boardman, Ohio, the 7-year-old child shot the handgun near a cash register.
Officers said the mother had a concealed carry permit and the gun was in her purse.
No one was hit or hurt.
Officers said police will gather evidence and confer with the prosecutor as to whether any charges will be filed against the mother.

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Turning 62 in 2021? This Social Security Move Could Boost Your Benefits by $841 per Month – The Motley Fool

You may be able to collect more than you think from Social Security.

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If you’re expecting to rely on Social Security benefits for a good chunk of your retirement income, you’re not alone. For nearly half of unmarried beneficiaries and close to one-quarter of married couples, Social Security makes up more than 90% of income in retirement.
The problem with that scenario is that the average retiree receives just over $18,000 per year in benefits — which is hardly enough for many older Americans to survive, let alone live comfortably. The good news is that if you’re…

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Home Depot won a lot of customers during the pandemic. The trick is keeping them. – Fox Business

In August, the Atlanta-based company posted its strongest quarterly sales growth in nearly 20 years, with May-to-July revenue up 23% to $38.1 billion, compared…

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Home Depot Inc. reacted to the rapid spread of Covid-19 in the U.S. by canceling annual sales events and pulling many marked-down goods off the shelves to keep crowds away from stores. But rather than a drop in traffic, amid lockdowns and social distancing, customers began flocking to its physical and online stores, spending stay-at-home savings and government stimulus checks on home-improvement projects.
In August, the Atlanta-based company posted its strongest quarterly sales growth in nearly…

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Why You Might Have Trouble Getting the Refrigerator, Can of Paint or Car You Want – The Wall Street Journal

Factories rush to keep up as Americans spend on their houses and vehicles

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From makers of cars to appliances to paint cans, U.S. manufacturers are falling behind on demand for goods that Americans are buying up as the Covid-19 pandemic drags on.Factory production of consumer products has largely recovered after shutdowns this spring related to the virus crippled manufacturing across the country.But as companies rush to restock, buyers are snapping up items at an even faster pace, leading to inventory shortages on goods that have recently surged in popularity with people…

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