Retail madness across the nation.. today is "cyber Monday" when millions will hit online stores (many while they are supposed to be working!) It's the biggest online shopping day of the year with many retailers offering big deals. It's been a great Thanksgiving weekend for retailers.. Sales for the turkey day weekend up 13% to more than 59 billion bucks. Online sales topped a billion dollars for the first time ever. Adam Shapiro is taking a look at Amazon's big expectations for the today. James Rosen talks to people who want to know why online retailers get a sales tax loophole.
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A deal to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff could be getting closer. Over the weekend several key republicans said they'd be willing to break a "no-tax" pledge to Grover Norquist in order to get a deal done on the automatic tax hikes and spending cuts due to go into effect at the end of the year. But the GOP is also insisting on entitlement reform along with any tax increases. We'll ask some important guests what it all means.
It's been a month since Sandy and there are still chunks of New York City and parts of New Jersey that are dark and destroyed. Rick Leventhal is in Point Pleasant Beach, NJ.
A Fox Exclusive report today that Iran is resupplying Syria with weapons and that Iraq is allowing Iran to use its airspace. Meantime, Syrian rebels taking some key points inside Syria. Leland Vittert is in Jerusalem.
More protests today in Egypt after President Mohamed Morsi granted himself sweeping new powers some call dictatorial.. He's due to meet with the Supreme Judicial Council today who are expected to ask him to limit those powers. It's put the U.S. in a very awkward position.. with some Republicans calling on the U.S. to cut off aid to Egypt..