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Home sales continued their downward slide in July, with buyers signing fewer contracts to buy existing homes.
Disney is releasing a treasure hunt app that lets fans take photos and videos with augmented reality versions of "Star Wars" characters.
Beaumont, Texas, lost both its primary and secondary sources for the city water supply system.
Fundraising efforts have brought in millions.
If you try to convince her she's worth less, you'll be overruled.
Even after disasters like Hurricane Harvey, the discounting of flood risk in favor of development continues, ProPublica reports.
Ahead of the September release of "It," the World Clown Association says it isn't afraid of losing gigs.
"I just think we've got so much really good economic momentum," Jim Paulsen tells CNBC.
Gasoline prices hit $2 a gallon for the first time since 2015 as flooding from Harvey knocked out almost a quarter of U.S. refineries.
TED Talks speaker Barry Schwartz describes how you can develop "practical wisdom."
Those who earn these degrees make twice what the average college graduate does.
Banks are now exploring how they can exploit digital currency like Bitcoin, Financial Times reports.
Record rainfall and flooding in Texas wasn't enough to stop a local Pizza Hut from providing food to families trapped in their homes by Hurricane Harvey.
Google's Nest team unveiled a new Nest thermostat recently that's more affordable than other models.
Trump's lawyer for Russia investigation, Michael D. Cohen, is an ardent, lifelong Trump fan, Newsweek reports.
It's time for the president and congress to stop playing chicken and pass debt-ceiling legislation, says Richard Schaeffer.
Don't assume you need to prove yourself and overcompensate.
In Trump's America, top company executives are more frequently taking political sides, says Jerry Davis in The Conversation.
Explosions and fires are expected to continue for days at the flooded-out Arkema chemical plant, Texas congressman Ted Poe says.
There's been flooding on the campuses of the University of Houston but no structural damage to buildings, says Renu Khator.