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Doomsday preppers may have been on to something: Those who built nuclear shelters are now using them to ride out the coronavirus pandemic
Some bunker companies said they've seen increased in interest in doomsday bunkers — which cost as much as $3 million — since the coronavirus pandemic.
A famous actress, a legendary playwright, and a game-changing chef — here are the celebrities and notable figures around the world who are belie...
American playwright Terrence McNally, 81, and Chef Floyd Cardoz, 59, are some of the celebrities that have died of COVID-19-related illnesses so far.
Google pledges $340 million in Google Ads credits to small businesses as part of $800 million pandemic relief package
Google pledged $250 million in ad grants to help spread information, $200 million into a fund, and $20 million as Cloud credits for researchers.
Chartering superyachts doesn't come cheap — it can cost anywhere from $100,000 to over half a million dollars a week.
The House just passed the $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill. Here’s what it means for the more than one million restaurants in the US.
The proposed bill would give over $300 billion in loans to small businesses, offer payroll-tax relief, and boost unemployment benefits for laid-off workers.
Step into John Legend’s living room and visit a Japanese hot spring without leaving your couch during the coronavirus outbreak thanks to these v...
As more and people people self-quarantine to curb the spread of the coronavirus, these virtual tours and live streams can help fight cabin fever.
Amazon’s ‘Making the Cut,’ a new reality show from the stars of ‘Project Runway,’ could radically change how consumers i...
As a judge on Amazon's latest fashion competition series "Making the Cut," Joseph Altuzarra helps mentor the next generation of fashion entrepreneurs.
If you’re hospitalized with COVID-19 and don’t have insurance, you’ll likely owe $73,000. One chart shows how broken the system is f...
For the 27 million without health insurance, a study says a 6-day inpatient stay for COVID-19 could be far less — or more — than the $73,000 average.
2 millennial farmers bought an old school bus for $15,000 and transformed it into their tiny home. Now they spend their days driving around the countr...
These two farmers spent more than a year renovating their bus into a dream home. Now it helps with their freelance business, Ramblin Farmers.
At the northernmost tip of Colombia is a vast, untamed desert that juts into the Atlantic Ocean. I spent a week traveling through the area — her...
This is not a trip for those in need of creature comforts, my cousin warned me. Water is scarce. Cell phone reception, spotty. Showers are not a given.