Hope you got a chance to enjoy the long holiday weekend. Now it's back to work for all of us.
This morning we're looking at what's next in the impeachment hearings and the latest candidates to drop out of the 2020 race. And given the number of emails you’ve probably already received, you know it's Cyber Monday. We've got tips on how to find the best tech and electronic deals — as well as how to avoid "Grinch bots."
Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler had invited Trump and his lawyers last week to attend the hearing, which he said will focus on "Constitutional Grounds for Presidential Impeachment." Nadler urged the president in a letter to “stop complaining about the process” and instead take part in it.
Rejecting the invitation for this week, Cipollone pointed out that the president will be in London on the day of the hearing at a NATO meeting. But he left open the possibility that Trump may take part in future proceedings.
Consumers may think they’re avoiding the crush this holiday season by shopping online, unaware that as they’re trying to get through the digital doors, so too are hordes of bots.
And they’re throwing elbows.
The bots, largely run by organized criminals, fill out online forms and navigate retail sites faster than a real person can, and try to swiftly purchase limited supply gifts before you’ve even filled up your cart. The items are then sold for a higher price on third-party sites.
More Democrats are calling it quits in the 2020 presidential race. Steve Bullock, the two-term governor of Montana, dropped out of the presidential race Monday. And Joe Sestak ended his long-shot campaign on Sunday.
Actor Shelley Morrison, Rosario on "Will & Grace," died at 83.
What are the best Cyber Monday tech and electronics deals? We've done the homework for you. Check out our list here. It will be updated during the day as we track the highest-rated and most popular items.