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Lots of potential vacation-home buyers are on the fence, betting that the market will improve for buyers this fall as companies order workers back to the office while either reducing or completely eliminating remote work.
CFO of high-end shoe company embezzled $30 million in failed bid to woo TV news anchor — now he’s going to jail
Richard Hajjar admitted stealing from The Alden Shoe Company to fund a TV talk show and beauty line for former Boston newscaster Bianca de la Garza.
This largely benefits the rich and the upper-middle class
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WHO warns lack of COVID-19 vaccine supply in Africa could make it breeding ground for new variants and ‘send the whole world back to square one’
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The four-person crew lands off the coast of Florida, completing a mission that included scientific research and cold pizza.
Amid a shortage of workers, companies are relying on longer shifts—which can deplete the ranks of their existing employees.
The U.S. is sending 400 border agents and officers to Del Rio, Texas, to move thousands of Haitian migrants being held under a bridge to other locations along the Mexican border or put them on planes back to Haiti.
Fewer people than expected attended Saturday’s rally in Washington, D.C., where hundreds of police officers were deployed in preparation for potential clashes. Four people were arrested.
Boeing is investigating the discovery of two miniature bottles on a U.S. presidential jet under development in San Antonio.
The federal judge’s decision allows a special master to review what material taken by the FBI is subject to attorney-client privilege.
The adviser suggests they hold off until they are on a firmer financial footing.
In Michigan, GOP officials are cautioning against tougher absentee voting laws, in part because it might discourage their own voters from casting ballots.
Taliban officials said girls may return to school once security concerns allow, echoing their de facto ban on girls’ education in the 1990s.
The special counsel’s indictment tells the real story of 2016 collusion.
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Firefighters are taking special precautions such as using reflective shielding to protect giant sequoias from the KNP Complex Fire in the Sierra Nevada.
While Goldman Sachs’s deal to acquire GreenSky is the latest example of a nonbank lender moving into banking, investors shouldn’t declare victory for banks quite yet.
The president encouraged other nations to sign on to a target of cutting global methane emissions by nearly a third by 2030.
With younger audiences glued to their phones, studios are tapping talent minted on social media for leading roles in film and television productions.
School districts use bots to monitor student email and web searches for signs of self-harm or violence; tips for parents on being proactive about their teens’ and tweens’ mental health.
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A severe economic crisis threatens to unspool whatever gains remain of 20 years of U.S.-funded nation-building.
The Met’s latest exhibit proposes a new, democratic language for U.S. fashion history while pushing back against notions of European supremacy.