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The fateful day that President John F. Kennedy was murdered.

No one knows for sure who killed JFK — here are the top theories

A CIA conspiracy, a mafia hit job, and a covert operation by Lyndon B. Johnson are among the many conspiracy theories for who killed JFK.
President Trump said he will allow the release of the JFK files, which gained popularity in 1991 after Oliver Stone's film "JFK."

Trump says he’ll allow the release of more than 3,000 classified JFK files — here’s what you need to know

Nobody knows what's inside the secretive JFK files that have been classified for more than 50 years, but experts warn there probably won't be any bombshells.

Bitcoin just hit an all-time high — here’s how you buy and sell it

Using the app Coinbase, we ventured to buy and sell bitcoin, the popular cryptocurrency whose cost has seen massive spikes in recent weeks.

McDonald’s and other restaurants are trying to appeal to millennial employees by offering daily paychecks

Food and hospitality retailers are using daily paychecks as a means to give low-wage workers more flexibility with their finances.

6 of the biggest misconceptions about happiness, according to science

Scientists have discovered a number of surprising ways humans mislead themselves in the pursuit of happiness.

Bill Gates is doubling down on education with a $1.7 billion investment in public schools

The money will get divided into three buckets: improving public school curriculum, "big bets," and charter schools.

This abandoned Disney water park has been rotting for over 15 years

A Cleveland-based photographer who works under the pseudonym Seph Lawless documented the abandoned Disney park in his photo series "Dismaland."

How much money you need to earn to be in the top 1% in your 40s

One of the most striking ways to view the US income gap is by looking at the salaries needed to be in the top 1% of income earners in your 40s.
Stockton, California Mayor Michael Tubbs is leading the charge on a basic income experiment in his recovering town.

A California city is launching the first US experiment in basic income — and residents will get $6,000 a year

Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs said that by August 2018 he hopes to enroll some of the city's 315,000 residents in a basic income program.