Walmart Raises Minimum Age for Gun Buyers, Along With Other Stories You Missed While You Were Sleeping

Walmart Raises Minimum Age to Purchase Firearm: Walmart raised the age to purchase of firearms and ammunition to 21-years-old “in light of recent events”. Walmart said in a statement, “Going forward, we are raising the age restriction for the purchase of firearms and ammunition to 21 years of age. We will update our processes as quickly as possible to implement this change.”

Google Gets Sued for Not Taking Appropriate Action to Stop Sexual Harassment: A former software engineer for Google says she was repeatedly sexually assaulted by a male co-worker. She claims to have reported the incident to Human Resources but her claims were listed as “unsustainable.”

Best Buy Plans to Close All 250 of Their Small Mobile Phone Stores: Best Buy is planning to close 250 small stores that are usually located in malls and not too far away from the big store. CEO Hubert Joly said, “We believe the best way to serve customers is to sell phones in channels where they have access to our whole range of connected devices.”

Women’s History Month Begins Today: Today March 1 marks the first day of Women’s History Month. This month is dedicated to celebrating the contributions and accomplishments women all over the world have added to society.

T.I Producing New Musical Drama “Glow Up”: T.I will be starring and co-producing a new musical drama called “Glow Up.” The show is to compete against FOX’s “Empire.” The show is to follow an all-girl high school musical group.





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