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A Duke Energy dam containing a lake in North Carolina is breached, possibly causing coal ash to flow into the nearby Cape Fear River, the company says.
You can live the laidback tropical lifestyle of beachfront retirement with no worries about the need for expensive hurricane insurance, according to International Living.
France's education ministry hopes that its smartphone ban will get schoolchildren to pay more attention in class and interact more, The New York Times reports. Students' reply? "Annoying," one teenager said.
Over a quarter of consumers say they'll spend more on gifts than they did last year. Among millennials, that share is 41 percent.
Jack Ma says he doesn't consider himself "legendary." Rather than follow him, people should try to carve their own way, Alibaba's billionaire CEO said Thursday.
Eric Dickerson is making waves with his latest play: threatening a boycott of the Hall of Fame induction ceremonies unless Hall of Fame members get health insurance and an annual salary.
Frontier Airlines, the 10th largest U.S. airline by passengers carried, says it won't change for date changes days or more before a flight, and cuts fees for those made up to two weeks before the date of travel. Fare changes still apply.
German beer drinkers and makers are changing. Quality, not quantity, is what German beer drinkers want now, The Financial Times reports.
Consumers can freeze and unfreeze their credit reports without paying a fee, effective Sept. 21. They still will need to contact all three credit bureaus to cover all their bases.
All of Tesla's production vehicles have at some point earned perfect safety scores from Tesla
Young mosquitoes who eat even small pieces of plastic could be contaminating other insects and mammals, the microplastic could then be transferred to whatever might eat that mosquito, including birds, which is a problem, USA Today reports.
The massive ticket vending company has publicly criticized the practice of reselling tickets but has secretly set up its own deals with scalpers, a new report says.
You might not think there's much the classroom can teach you about the boardroom. But Alibaba's Jack Ma has a lesson for you.
First it was "helicopter parents." Now, here's the new thing you don't want to be: A "lawnmower parent." These are parents who go to whatever lengths necessary to help their kids dodge adversity, struggle, or failure, USA Today reports.
As Puerto Rico approaches the one-year anniversary of the storm's landfall, Torres and others brace for a new adversary: developers emboldened by Maria's destruction and out to reshape neighborhoods.
The PGA Tour and FedEx announced major changes to the season-long race to the FedExCup starting next season, including the grand prize for the champion being bumped to $15 million from $10 million, USA Today reports.
Starting in October, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid will be available on a new phone app, called myStudentAid.
Mike Jackson, who is stepping aside as AutoNation CEO next year, said he'll be leaving the dealership chain in good shape.