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Planet Plastic: UC Study Finds Earth Has 5.5 Billion Tons Of Plastic WasteIndustry has made more than 9.1 billion tons of plastic since 1950 and there's enough left over to bury Manhattan under more than two miles of trash.
Future and Ciara's Son Featured In Gap Kids Ad CampaignThe 3-year-old, Future Zahir, can be seen in a new back-to-school ad campaign.
Tesla Driver Recants, Says Autopilot Not To Blame For CrashA Tesla driver says his car's partially self-driving Autopilot system wasn't responsible for a crash in Minnesota, despite what he initially told investigators.
Imminent Bitcoin Upgrade Risks Financial PanicAn internal dispute over the digital currency could soon mean financial losses, whipsawing prices and delays in processing payments.
Airbnb Host Fined $5,000 For Racial DiscriminationAn Airbnb host who cancelled a reservation and told the guest, "One word says it all. Asian," has agreed to pay a $5,000 fine and attend a college course in Asian-American studies.
San Francisco, Oakland Ranked Worst Cities In U.S. To Drive InAmerica's love affair with cars endures, but in the Bay Area automobiles get no love. According to a new study, driving here is costly, time-consuming, and unsafe.
Krispy Kreme Celebrates 80 Years With Dozen Donuts For 80 Cents DealA good donut is great, but a good donut for less than a dime is even better.
$142 Million Wells Fargo Account Scandal Settlement Gets Preliminary ApprovalWells Fargo has received preliminary approval to pay out $142 million to customers affected by the bank's sales practices scandal.
Jenners Respond To Lawsuit: Only 2 Tupac T-Shirts SoldThe fashion label for Kendall and Kylie Jenner said Sunday it only sold two "vintage" T-shirts with late rapper Tupac Shakur's image on them before pulling the items from stores...
Black Homeowners Struggle As U.S. Housing Market RecoversA new report found African-Americans aren't sharing in the recovery, even as whites, Asian-Americans and Latinos slowly see gains in home-buying.
Questionable Timeshare 'Exit' Companies Profit Off DesperationA growing number of timeshare owners looking to get rid of their vacation properties are being warn to watch out for some companies that promise to help.
State Senate Approves Real Estate Fee To Fund More Affordable HousingThe California state Senate has approved a new fee on real estate transactions to help generate hundreds of millions of dollars for affordable housing.

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