As rents skyrocket in Florida, landlords still enjoy unbridled power to raise rents as much as they want, a situation that has driven renters out of their homes and renewed calls for caps on rising rent.
Florida is ...Read more
WASHINGTON — Call it the “in case of emergency, break glass” option: The president invokes the Civil War-era 14th Amendment to the Constitution to ignore the statutory debt limit and continue to borrow if lawmakers ...Read more
Consumers are expected to be in the mood to spend this holiday season, but this isn’t the year to procrastinate.
With the COVID-19 pandemic snarling supply chains and threatening to leave stores and distribution centers...Read more
When you buy a home, you’re also investing in the community, so it’s important to know whether it's a well-run municipality or a city on the decline.
Local governments, in addition to being among the nation’s ...Read more
Brian Bonilla was riding his handmade titanium bike recently when he glimpsed dozens of giant cargo ships anchored outside the Los Angeles and Long Beach, Calif., ports, waiting for a chance to dock and unload their goods....Read more
The 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards — aka Hollywood's latest superspreader event — took place Sunday evening in Los Angeles. Didn't know that? You weren't alone. And this story is for you.
Droves of television's brightest ...Read more
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — A year ago, the founding family of Shop-Vac Corp. left town and abruptly shut down the iconic vacuum company, leaving bankers to clean up the mess. Many workers feared that the company would be ...Read more
CVS Health Corp. announced Monday it’s hiring 25,000 clinical and retail workers to respond to demand for COVID-19 vaccinations and testing and an expected spike in the flu this fall and winter.
Most of the available ...Read more
Success in the full-size pickup market has been elusive for Toyota thus far, but the automaker brings its A-game to the fray with its 2022 Tundra, a brawny new truck that has the Ford F-150, Chevy Silverado and Ram 1500 in...Read more
BALTIMORE — More people in Maryland died of opioid overdoses in 2020 than any year on record, confirming health experts’ fears that the coronavirus pandemic would lead to a sharp uptick in drug use and deaths. The vast...Read more
Scary-looking deer with blood and strips of flesh dripping from their antlers have been seen roaming Great Smoky Mountains National Park in recent weeks.
The park shared a photo of one on Facebook, showing it’s as ...Read more
MIAMI — As Tropical Storms Peter and Rose continue to move across the Atlantic on Monday, forecasters are also eyeing two other systems, one of which could become a tropical depression by the end of the week.
The ...Read more
At the 73rd Emmy Awards, favored front-runners "The Crown" and "Ted Lasso" dominated the drama and comedy categories, but the big winners Sunday night were clear: familiarity and caution.
Television Academy voters didn't ...Read more
With the new deportation drama “Blue Bayou,” Justin Chon and Alicia Vikander explore a legal loophole that horrified them.
The film tells the story of a Korean-born man who faces deportation from the United States, ...Read more
CHICAGO — Not everyone who has been the victim of a violent crime would immediately turn their attention to how to get their assailant help. But not everyone who’s attacked has the same power to effect change as an ...Read more
The Federal Reserve will probably hint at its meeting this week that it is moving toward scaling back monthly asset purchases and make a formal announcement in November, according to a Bloomberg survey of economists.
The ...Read more
Actor David Eigenberg may be fighting fires on NBC’s “Chicago Fire,” but he’s been burning all this life. “I was just an angry young kid. I think I was a little bit on fire,” he admits. “As you come into life...Read more
NEW YORK — A new mayor means a new boss at the NYPD next year — and she’ll have her hands full dealing with the city’s surging gun violence, cops’ sagging morale and the department’s frayed community relations....Read more
WASHINGTON — It is difficult to imagine a more inopportune moment for Joe Biden to debut on the largest world stage of his presidential term.
Biden goes before the annual United Nations General Assembly this week on a ...Read more
The U.S. will soon allow entry to most foreign air travelers as long as they’re fully vaccinated against COVID-19 — while adding a testing requirement for unvaccinated Americans and barring entry for foreigners who ...Read more
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