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Royal Caribbean reportedly bans emotional support animals from all cruises
The cruise line is the latest company in the travel industry to take a stand against emotional support animals.
Scam robocallers are getting creative and stole nearly $1 billion last year
Over 1,500 robocalls were placed every second last month, but how do you know if they’re fake?
Here’s exactly what you should be eating to lose weight
Variety isn’t always beneficial, a review of 7 years of scientific literature finds.
This is how the 1% shop for clothes
Your annual paycheck is just a fraction of what these people pay for their wardrobe.
Reddit co-founder — and Serena Williams spouse — Alexis Ohanian on frugal living
The venture capitalist talks about managing wealth with his tennis-star wife Serena Williams.
My wife wants her name on my house, bank and retirement accounts—or we’re through
He is her fourth husband and she is his second wife, and they have been married for 8 months.
What exactly is insider trading—and how do you avoid it?
You don’t have to be the one doing the trading to get in trouble.
How Disneyland uses its ‘magic’ to get you to spend more money
Disney has influenced everything from shopping malls to public transportation. Will tourism-sector salaries be next?
Why America should follow France’s lead and ban smartphones in schools
Students who like to text and email friends during lectures should take note.
5 credit cards that can ease the pain at the gas pump
Here’s a list of credit cards you can use for your gas-guzzling commute.
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Wildfires are only going to get worse, so we need to alter our strategies now
Reduce incentives to live near forests, rather than following the advice of President Trump and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke.
Google earned its dominance on merit, not by abusing antitrust law
Google owes its dominant market position to talent and ingenuity and shouldn’t be punished by antitrust regulators in Europe, writes Pascal Salin.
Trump tariffs hurt soybean farmers, but most Americans not suffering at all — here’s why
President Donald Trump’s assorted trade fights might hurt the economy in the future, but so far most American consumers aren’t feeling it. Alas, the same cannot be said for some U.S. firms and farmers such as those who grow soybeans.
Bitcoin’s recent meteoric fall means calls for rallies to $25,000 in 2018 are in jeopardy
Bitcoin prices thus far in mid August are trade near 2018 lows, extending a downtrend that has taken hold of the world’s No. 1 virtual currency since a peak in May and a tenuous rebound in July, raising doubts about bullish forecast for the virtual currency.
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