A restroom at a Walmart in Muncie, Indiana, has been closed indefinitely after an employee discovered a working meth lab inside.
A vicious fight captured on cell phone video erupted between two women at a Texas Walmart.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is going after four major retailers - GNC, Walmart, Target and Walgreens - for selling store-brand supplements that are mislabeled and contaminated. Schneiderman sent cease and desist letters to the companies, ordering them to stop selling the products, like Echinacea, Ginseng, St. John’s Wort, and other commonly purchased supplements.
New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman sent a cease and desist order to Walmart and several other companies, demanding they stop the sale of "illegal" toy guns.
A Walmart cashier took money out of her own pocket to help a elderly man who couldn't afford his groceries.
A Missouri teenager was just doing some routine shopping at Walmart when she came upon a frantic mother whose 11-month-old daughter suddenly stopped breathing. The woman was trying to revive her baby, but it wasn't working. A store employee called 911 and the dispatcher asked if someone could perform CPR.
Here's a great "pay it forward" story from Fox and Friends, featuring a South Dakota woman who bought three boxes of diapers for a young mother at her local Walmart. The random good deed was recorded by another shopper in the line, who then posted it on Facebook.
Over the weekend, actor Tracy Morgan was injured in a deadly crash on the New Jersey Turnpike. Now, we’re learning that the truck driver who smashed into Morgan’s limo bus did not rest for 24 hours before the crash.
Half of the New York City Council has asked Walmart to stop making charitable contributions there.
Earlier this month, Beyoncé blew fans away when she dropped a surprise album. The songstress is spreading holiday cheer again, this time at a Walmart in Massachusetts.
An alligator was spotted taking a stroll outside of a Walmart in Apopka, Florida, giving shoppers quite the surprise!
Thursday on Your World, Eric Bolling, who was filling in for Neil Cavuto, took D.C. Councilman Marion Barry to task, telling him that he "should probably be thrown off the city council for" accepting gifts from contractors.