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There can be big money in musicals based on popular movies and TV shows.
Sarah Kendzior describes "systemic inequality, a lot of suffering among citizens" in her collection of essays.
As Amazon considers locations for its second headquarters, incentives are on the table.
Europe is about to enact the GDPR, a set of new privacy rules for the web.
Despite common narratives, 20- and 30-somethings are just as interested and hopeful about homeownership as everyone else.
Mobile homes are one of the last vestiges of affordable home ownership in the Seattle area, but mobile homeowners are being pushed out by skyrocketing real estate values.
High inflation, a depreciating currency, robust growth: What's going on in Turkey?
The White House might consider banning Chinese citizens from doing sensitive research in the U.S.
There's a lot at stake as a White House delegation makes its way to Beijing, but some businessmen have low expectations.
Californian Hopwood DePree is raising money to restore his ancestral home.
As schools look for safety solutions, the security industry grows.
Culinary snobs may sneer, but the resulting sauce has a long history.
Haitians, whose temporary protected status has ended in the U.S., are helping to solve the problem.
Self-driving cars are on the road now, but they need human supervision. Is that safe?
Facing a self-imposed deadline, President Donald Trump was considering whether to permanently exempt the EU and Mexico, Canada, Australia, Argentina and Brazil from tariffs that his administration imposed last month on imported steel and aluminum.
One reason for the interest in a more empathetic clinical staff stems from the fact that hospitals and physicians, increasingly, have financial incentives to keep patients out of the hospital.
Several health economists and policy experts argue until Washington forces drug companies to lower their overall prices, an out-of-pocket Medicare cap is just dabbling at the edges.