Starting Sunday, July 15, Target is offering teachers nationwide a 15 percent discount on select classroom supplies.
Teachers often fork over a lot of their own money for the necessary classroom supplies, but this year, Target is trying to soften the blow. This link will not go live until Sunday.
Some teachers expressed concern that the deal is a scam, but Target confirmed the sale is real. Other essentials like tissues and hand sanitizer are also included in the sale.
Trump to May: 'Sue the EU'
Trump said he had told British Prime Minister Theresa May that London must get a "carve out" in whatever arrangement is struck with Brussels, so that a "great trade deal" could be struck.
According to a study from the National Center of Education Statistics, 94 percent of public school teachers spend their own money on classroom supplies.
Trump told reporters on Friday that he had given May advice about how to deal with the European Union that she found too "brutal". "I'm not going with high expectations". "I go in with low expectations ", Mr Trump told CBS. "But it's possible we won't".
Parker is now a restricted free agent and the Bucks have extended him the one-year qualifying offer of $4.3 million. The second year of the deal is a team option, giving the Bulls some protection if Parker can't stay healthy.
But the level at which Disney would be required to acquire the rest of Sky has recently been up in the air. This came after Fox, which already owns 39% of Sky , had sweetened its own bid few hours earlier.
The group of demonstrators eventually made their way to the 3rd District police station at 70th Street and Cottage Grove Avenue. Rachel Williams, 27, said it was traumatizing "seeing people she sees on the bus every day" being body slammed by cops.
This trip will be Obama's first time revisiting the continent since leaving office in 2016. "I feel like we sort of choked". Trump's suggestion that the Obama administration didn't do anything about Russia's meddling efforts isn't exactly true .
Putin is regarded as creating a culture of violence and impunity that has resulted in the killing of some Russian journalists. In a segment for CBS News's Face the Nation, host Jeff Glor asked the president to name his "biggest foe globally right now".
Checked with dive team many times to confirm it was worthwhile. "If it isn't needed, that would be great to know". Elon Musk is causing controversy on Twitter again . "[Musk] had no conception of what the cave passage was like".
One reason, he said, was that the scientists had assumed the sources would be nearby, perhaps even in our own Milky Way galaxy. This lasting result is a new process to study and observe some most of the most powerful forces present in our universe.
Adult star Stormy Daniels arrested at strip club
Daniels later announced that a follow-up performance at the same club Thursday - initially cancelled - would go ahead after all. The vice officers who arrested her are under internal review, according to the police chief of Columbus, Ohio.
Johnson & Johnson to pay $4.7 billion damages in cancer case
The world's softest mineral, talc is used in a host of cosmetics, like eyeshadow and blush, as well as body dusting powders. The company has been fighting claims that talc powder is unsafe for years . "It's for women to find out what was in talc".
Indian police arrest 25 in latest WhatsApp rumor-led lynching
The deceased was identified as Mohammed Azam while those injured were called Talha Ismail, Mohammed Salman and Mohammed Bashir. One of the men offered the kids some candies , after which the locals assumed that they were trying to abduct the children.
Barack Obama arrives in the country for two day visit
He has visited Kenya three other times, in 1987, 1992 and in 2015 when serving his second term in the White House. The Associated Press reported that the former president had arrived in Kenya, where his late father was born.
China's June trade with North Korea falls by more than half
In December the 15-member Security Council capped refined petroleum product exports to North Korea at 500,000 barrels a year. The United States did not say which countries it believed were illicitly providing North Korea with refined petroleum.