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The daily fantasy sports industry is moving faster than anyone can keep up with. A conference this week shed light on changes.
Prince William has been photographed for Attitude and is the first member of the royal family to appear on the cover of a LGBT+ publication.
It's becoming clearer what happens when a multi-million-dollar estate like Prince's is up for grabs: Would-be "heirs" come romping out of the shadows.
All "very hot" drinks are probably carcinogenic, the World Health Organization's cancer agency will say as it downgrades warning on coffee.
Authorities have found the body of the child who was dragged off by an alligator Tuesday night at Disney resort, NBC News reports.
Unlike its neighboring tropical islands, Singapore lacks the waves essential for surfing, but that geographical restraint hasn't stopped companies from creating, and cashing in, on a surf culture.
The tourism industry is unlikely to deliver the state of Florida another blow, travel experts said.
It’s hard enough to scale Mount Everest and even harder to do without an oxygen boost. Two pro climbers tell CNBC how they did it.
KPMG has stepped down as auditor of FIFA, the global soccer body said on Monday, saying it was welcoming the opportunity to work with a new audit firm.
Should women who don't have children be able to take maternity leave? One author tells CNBC why she thinks the answer is...maybe.
CNBC's Scott Wapner recalls his fateful meeting in a limousine with one of the entertainment world's most vilified figures.
Animal rights activists protesting the eating of dogs delivered a petition with 11 million signatures to authorities in Beijing.
When kids move, they learn better. That's why schools are experimenting with bringing exercise directly into the classroom. Check it out.
Royal Caribbean has a new ship in town- and no, it's not your typical run-of-the-mill retirement cruise.
Jennifer Lawrence will play Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes in a movie about the battered biotechnology company, The Verge reports.
Off the court, an equally important deliberation is going on: a new collective bargaining agreement (CBA) for players.
Disney CEO Bob Iger speaks to CNBC about the opening of Shanghai Disneyland about of the park’s official opening.
Matchmaking app Tinder will soon be shutting off its service to under-18s, according to a company statement.
Euro 2016 will be one of the biggest sporting events of the year. CNBC takes a look at the security measures in place.
The career of Russian former world number one Maria Sharapova was in tatters on Wednesday after she was given a two-year ban, but sponsor Nike said it would stand by her.
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