For decades, Americans have loved to shop at malls. But now, the industry as a whole is taking a bit hit.


Sears Holdings is closing 66 more stores in its drive to bring its Sears and Kmart stores back to profitability, a source close to the chain said Tuesday.

The closing will include 49 Kmart stores and 17 Sears stores, with most closing by September. The new closures expand the list of 180 shutdowns the embattled U.S. retailer announced earlier this year. News of the latest round of closures was first reported by Business Insider.

Sears Holdings, the parent company of Sears and Kmart, had no immediate comment on closings.

Lists of the 180 Sears and Kmart stores closing:

The financial woes of the Illinois-based company whose name has been a trusted retailing icon for generations of Americans have deepened dramatically in recent months.

This is a vintage Sears Roebuck & Co. in Rochester,