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"Brexit has put our lives on hold," said Helen De Cruz.
Duke's Zion Williamson split his Nike shoe wide open in a game against rival North Carolina, injuring his knee.
How much is your data worth, and should tech companies compensate you for it?
Wednesday, Samsung unveiled the new Galaxy Fold, which will arrive in April and start at $1,980.
Amidst a shortage of affordable housing, factory-built homes stage a comeback.
As enrollment declines and the job market for lawyers stagnates, some law schools are struggling to keep the lights on.
Ballot measure supporters want to stop pollution in Lake Erie. Opponents say the measure could unleash a torrent of frivolous lawsuits.
Those glamorous gowns you see at the Oscars are usually on loan. But who they get loaned to can be a struggle for some actresses.
The International Monetary Fund managing director on her dual role, the rise of inequality, the repercussions of the global trade war and women in finance.
Major brands have suspended advertising on the platform due to the inadequate policing of comment sections.
Hollywood's biggest night isn't only star studded. It's expensive.
LeaseUp aims to make finding homes faster and easier.
Reports of the national pastime's coming demise may be exaggerated.
Delta is opening a new jet engine test cell in Atlanta, the world's largest.
Jessica Rett of UCLA helps us parse the central bank's language.
If you thought baseball was dead ... think again.
The laundry detergent brand aims to offer dry-cleaning and wash-and-fold services nationally.