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There’s a chemical in coffee that may cause cancer, but researchers have found a way to reduce your risk
California and Europe are cracking down on a potential cancer-causing chemical in coffee.
A 48-year-old CEO set out to run 100 marathons in 100 days. Here’s how she kept herself sane and healthy.
Mina Guli embarked on an intense running mission to raise awareness of the global water crisis.
A 48-year-old CEO set out to run 100 marathons in 100 days. Photos show her heart-wrenching journey around the world.
Thirst CEO Mina Guli is running the marathons to raise awareness about the global water crisis.
Some New Yorkers worried that Amazon HQ2 would bring overcrowding to its subways and schools.
Here's a look at how teacher salaries stack up across several different countries.
Amazon just cancelled its New York City HQ2 plans. Here’s what the development was supposed to look like.
Amazon wanted to build part of its second headquarters along the waterfront in Long Island City, Queens. The company has now backed out.
Inside the most expensive town in America, where tech moguls live in multimillion-dollar mansions and the average household income is over $450,000
Take a tour of Atherton, California — the most expensive zip code in America for the third year in a row.
Virginia is now the sole winner of Amazon’s HQ2. Here’s what its planned neighborhood could look like.
Amazon is locating its second headquarters in National Landing, Virginia. It canceled plans in New York. Here's what the neighborhood could look like.
Inside the marriage of Bill and Melinda Gates, who met at work, live in a $124 million home, and will leave their children only a small fraction of th...
A look inside the marriage of Bill and Melinda Gates, who have been married since 1994 and run a philanthropic enterprise.
Chocolate could be extinct by 2050, but some companies think genetic engineering could save their supply
The world's chocolate supply is being threatened by disease and climate change, but genetic engineering could save the sweet.