10 August 2017, 01:39 | Winifred Adams
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Walmart apologizes for display marketing firearms as back-to-school items
Soon after the image went viral, people took to Twitter to lambast Wal-Mart for the offensive and highly inappropriate sign. It is unclear if the sign was placed there by a manager or employee, or possibly by a prankster customer.
Roger Federer turns 36, reveals what scares him most
The 29-year-old double faulted twice in his first service game and had difficulty handling Federer's pinpoint serves. Federer will take on David Ferrer in the third round after the Spaniard defeated Jack Sock 7-6 (9-7) 3-6 6-1.
Trump 'Reckless' North Korea Remarks Undermine US Security - Congressman Engel
Since early July, the North has tested two intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM), which it says can hit the U.S. mainland. Mr Sullivan said if North Korea were to attack the USA first, Trump would have more authority to respond.
Trai chairman calls Apple 'anti-consumer' for not having DND in iOS
ET was the first to report in its edition on Wednesday that Trai would come out with a consultation paper on data. The ability of data collectors to unilaterally change their privacy policies also contributes to this asymmetry.