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Some of the world's most popular cities could experience unbearable living conditions because of climate change.
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.
Students in England might eat spongecake, while those in France are served salmon and carrots. Here is what school lunch looks like around the world.
A settlement was just reached over the 58-story skyscraper in San Francisco that’s tilting, sinking, and making residents’ condos ‘w...
Millennium Tower is a luxury residential high-rise in San Francisco that has sunk 18 inches and tilted 14 inches toward the north-west.
HBO’s ‘Chernobyl’ just won 10 Emmys — here’s what it gets right (and wrong) about the world’s worst nuclear p...
The HBO series "Chernobyl" is mostly accurate, but the writer had to invent a character and change the chronology of a few events.
The former deputy director of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant says the Emmy-winning HBO series got its villain right, but its hero wrong
Valery Legasov wasn't a key figure, but Anatoly Dyatlov was responsible for the accident, the former deputy director said.
Real-life characters in HBO’s ‘Chernobyl’ on the moment they found out about the world’s worst nuclear-power-plant accident
Most of the characters who appear in HBO's "Chernobyl" series existed in real life, and a few have been willing to share their stories.
HBO’s ‘Chernobyl’ series invented a main character to depict the world’s worst nuclear power plant accident
Ulana Khomyuk represents a composite of several Soviet scientists, but some experts have challenged the accuracy of her character.
San Francisco’s dirtiest street has an outdoor drug market, discarded heroin needles, and piles of poop on the sidewalk
Residents of Hyde Street's 300 block report having to hose down urine in front of their offices or hold their breath to avoid the stench of feces.
Photos of abandoned nuclear ghost towns, like Namie, Japan, reveal abandoned cars and dilapidated buildings.