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San Francisco Launches $6 Million Ad-Campaign to Lure Tourists Amid Retail Exodus and Drug Crisis
The ad campaign includes the city's first-ever television commercial.
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'The Mattresses Are As Thick as The Width of a Hand.' And 5 Other Things to Know About Elizabeth Holmes' Prison.
Inside the walls of the Federal Prison Camp in Bryan, Texas, where the fallen Silicon Valley star is serving an 11-year sentence.
Woman Ties the Knot at White Castle Almost 30 Years After the Chain Gave Her Free Food as a Homeless Teen
Jamie West was just 12 years old when she ran away from the foster care system.
More Americans Are Retiring Abroad, Without a Massive Nest Egg — Here's How They Made the Leap
About 450,000 people received their social security benefits outside the U.S. at the end of 2021, up from 307,000 in 2008, according to the Social Security Administration.
New York Lawyer Uses ChatGPT to Create Legal Brief, Cites 6 'Bogus' Cases: 'The Court Is Presented With an Unprecedented Circumstance'
The lawyer, who has 30 years of experience, said it was the first time he used the tool for "research" and was "unaware of the possibility that its content could be false."
'Your Network Is Going to Build Your Net Worth': An 18-Year-Old Landed Her Dream Job By Cold Emailing. Here's Why the Tactic Still Works
The Virginia-based teenager set out to gain any experience that she could in the real estate agency. What she learned, in the end, was much more valuable.
It's Getting More Expensive to Gamble in Las Vegas, And the Odds of Winning Are Lower
Some casinos have made changes that favor the house, such as imposing higher minimum bets for blackjack, a broader initiative by some companies to bring in "higher value customers."
Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg and 28 Other Billionaires Each Have More Money Than the U.S. Treasury
Cash levels at the U.S. Treasury have dropped more than $200 billion in less than a month amid the debt ceiling controversy.
'Traumatized': Horrifying Video Footage Shows Carnival Cruise Ship Get Rocked By Massive Storm
The Carnival Sunshine was headed back to Charleston, South Carolina from the Bahamas.
Lululemon Employees Say They Were Fired for Trying to Stop Shoplifters
Two Georgia women say Lululemon fired them without severance for trying to get thieves out of the store.
7 of the 10 Most Expensive Cities to Live in the U.S. Are in One State
A new report by U.S. News found that San Diego is the most expensive city to live in for 2023-2024, followed by Los Angeles. New York City didn't even rank in the top 10.
ChatGPT Could Cost You a Job Before You Even Have It, According to a New Report — Here's How
Not everyone in HR is a fan of AI.