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A view from Treasure Island in 2018.

Residents of San Francisco’s Treasure Island believe nuclear contamination has made them sick for years. The site is getting 8,000 new homes.

A developer is planning to build 8,000 residential units on Treasure Island, a formal Naval site that once hosted nuclear-training exercises.

Nobody wants this enormous $27.5 million mansion near San Francisco’s ‘Billionaire’s Row’

In a real estate market with ultra-minimal listings, the enormous opulent villa near "Billionaire's Row" has sat idly on the market for over a decade.

Legal marijuana goes on sale today in Illinois. Here are all the states where cannabis is legal.

Recreational cannabis is on sale now in Illinois. Marijuana is legal for adults in 11 states; medical marijuana is legal in 33.

The Chinese scientist who claims to have edited babies’ DNA has been sentenced to 3 years in prison. Here’s a timeline of the controversy....

Chinese state media outlets reported that the scientist was fined and sentenced to prison, and that his colleagues also face prison time.

A CEO who writes 9,200 employee holiday cards a year explains the value of gratitude

BELFOR CEO Sheldon Yellen has been writing employees birthday cards since 1985. He says the gesture goes a long way toward a healthy company culture.

22 photos that show the evolution of New York City’s Times Square ball drop

Since 1907, the ball has been dropping in Times Square to ring in the New Year. Here is a look back on how the ball drop celebration has changed through the years.
The Shongololo Express pairs a safari with deluxe rail travel in Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe.

12 stunning train rides every traveler should take in their lifetime

From Switzerland's Glacier Express to Amtrak's California Zephyr, these are the best scenic train rides around the world.
Detroit, Michigan, is one of several cities that is incentivizing new residents to move there.

10 US cities that will pay you thousands of dollars just to move there

To lure out-of-state workers, some American cities are offering new residents big incentives to move there.
A ground view of Vessel, the site's prominent art installation

Vessel, the $200 million art installation at New York’s Hudson Yards, just won a major prize. Here’s what it’s like to climb it.

The honeycomb-like structure, designed by architect Thomas Heatherwick, was recently honored at the World Architecture Festival.

Two students were killed in a school shooting in Los Angeles on Thursday — here are 5 countries that have taken radical steps to eliminate firea...

While no country is exactly like America, other nations have taken steps to reduce firearm violence, like buying back and destroying guns in bulk.