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The online ticket site for "Hamilton" tickets crashed Tuesday after a surge of fans attempted to sign up for the #Ham4Ham lottery.
Following several years of drought conditions, ski resorts out West enjoyed a thriving business over the holidays. Here's why.
Virtual reality is set to take off in 2016, as Facebook's Oculus and PlayStation launch their highly anticipated hardware.
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It may have been a stellar year for the box office and TV performances, yet despite the success, it hasn’t kept online piracy thieves away.
After a year-long shutdown and a $125 million facelift, the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles is open once more.
Here's a look at celebrities who may have achieved fame and fortune, but failed in their role as creative director.
The lavish nuptials of India's high-profile couples can run for days, with every detail catalogued by news outlets and dissected on social media.
American designer Carrie Hammer made her mark at Shanghai Fashion Week with the models she used on the runway.
From Trump to Jay-Z, here are 10 celebrities who tried to trademark their catch phrase — and if they can sue you if you use it.
What man doesn't want to live like James Bond? Now you can, with CNBC's guide to eating, drinking, dressing and traveling like Bond, inspired by "Spectre."
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Every October, Frieze welcomes art connoisseurs & investors to London’s Regent’s Park in the hope they’ll spend thousands on contemporary & modern art.
The Iowa State Fair kicked off this week in Des Moines, treating one million visitors to 11 days of fun, politics and loads of fried food.
Robots already prove their help around the house. They vacuum, lift items and even whip up cocktails. So it’s no wonder that they might head outside.
CNBC takes a look at the more memorable and messy protests that have taken place in recent years.
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