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Photo by Associated Press NEW YORKThe holiday shopping season is losing some of its power in the year's sales. November and December now account for less than 21 percent of annual retail sales at physical stores, down from a peak of over 25 percent, and experts believe it'll keep dropping. Those extra percentage points would have translated into an extra $70 billion more in buying for last year, says Michael Niemira, principal at The Retail Economist. The season had steadily gained in importance and peaked in the early '80s, before the dominance of big discounters like Wal-Mart stalled its growth as shoppers began moving away from department stores. Still, the two-month period held its own through the mid-'90s, when online shopping for deals took hold. "There was a mindset even before online shopping," said Niemira, whose data goes back to 1967. "But this just accelerated it." In general, many people are shopping for the holidays all year long now, mirroring the trend for back-to-school items. Heavy discounting has diluted sales, and with big promotions throughout the year, shoppers no longer hold off making their biggest purchases until the holidays.
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| Sun Dec 25, 2016 | 11:24am EST Fire kills baby, two adults in Pittsburgh suburb: report Fire in a suburban Pittsburgh home on Christmas Eve killed a 5-month-old boy, his grandmother and an uncle, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported, citing officials. The two-story frame house in Stowe Township was on a dead-end street where other homes were boarded up, the newspaper said. Stowe Township officials declined to comment on Sunday. Five-month-old Gabriel Glikis was killed along with his grandmother, Linda Tschudi, 50, and his uncle, Michael Tschudi, Jr., 29, the paper said, citing the Allegheny County Medical Examiner's office. The baby's body was found upstairs and those of the two adults at the bottom of the stairs, the paper reported, citing Stowe Fire Marshal Martin Jacobs. The fire appeared to start on the first floor and quickly spread throughout the house, a neighbor said. "I heard this screaming, fire, get out," said another neighbor, Diana Johnson, 52, according to the newspaper. "You see a lot of flames, you could feel the heat. It was really very intense." The cause was under investigation, according to the newspaper. (Reporting by Daniel Trotta; Editing by Alan Crosby) Next In U.S.