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The Nogales Port of Entry on Morley Avenue has been closed to nonessential travel for 19 months. That changes Monday for visitors who are vaccinated.

After 19 months, Nogales reopened Monday to fully vaccinated, nonessential travelers from Mexico, giving its 20,000 residents hope that business – and life – may return to pre-pandemic normal and just in time for the holidays, normally a booming time of year for merchants. Read more»

Federal authorities shut down 150 websites on Monday, by seizing their domain names, after they were accused of selling counterfeit or pirated merchandise. Read more»

Shoppers crowd a Walmart in Porter Ranch, Calif., on Thursday. A woman used pepper spray on rival shoppers at the store.

In an annual orgy of shopping marred by the usual violence, Americans rushed into stores on Black Friday 2011 to take advantage of promotional deals at the start of the pre-Christmas shopping season. Read more» 1

Some sustainable savvy can turn the back-to-school frenzy into an educational opportunity. Read more»