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With Bachman gone, fan favorite Jian Yang gets more screen time.

San Francisco’s housing market is so out of control, 60% of tech workers say they can’t afford homes

The San Francisco Bay Area's housing market is so bleak, even tech workers are struggling to buy homes. A survey by Blind found that 59% of employees at Bay Area tech companies said they cannot afford to purchase a house.

Vitalik Buterin, the multi-millionaire founder of Ethereum, says that Google tried to hire him on an intern’s salary

When Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin tweeted out an email that appeared to be a job offer from Google in May, many suspected the search engine was attempting to hire him on for a secret cryptocurrency project. The real story is actually much simpler.
A woman uses a Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller spray without glyphosate in a garden in Ercuis near Paris, France.

A common weed-killer chemical is at the heart of a $289 million cancer lawsuit against Monsanto. Here’s how worried you should be

A jury recently ordered Monsanto to pay $289 million in damages to a plaintiff who alleged that his cancer was the result of using Roundup, the company's popular herbicide. But the trial outcome does not mean that glyphosate — the active ingredient in Roundup — causes cancer.

A common weed-killer chemical is at the heart of a $289 million cancer lawsuit against Monsanto. Here’s how worried you should be

A jury recently ordered Monsanto to pay $289 million in damages to a plaintiff who alleged that his cancer was the result of using Roundup, the company's popular herbicide. But the trial outcome does not mean that glyphosate — the active ingredient in Roundup — causes cancer.

San Francisco’s sidewalks are covered with human feces, so the city is launching a ‘Poop Patrol’ to deal with its No. 2 problem

In San Francisco, people call the city's telephone hotline about 65 times a day to report human feces on streets and sidewalks. That adds up to 14,597 calls placed to 311 between January 1 and August 13. Now, city officials are ramping up their response to San Francisco's "poop problem."
The San Francisco metro area has 46 $1 million cities.

The US has more million-dollar real estate markets than ever — here are 23 cities where the typical home will be $1 million by next year

Home prices in the United States are continuing to rise, pushing more and more cities into $1 million territory. Nearly 200 cities currently have a median home value of at least $1 million, and 23 cities are projected to join the seven-figure club by summer 2019.
The property sits in Tiburon, Calif., about nine miles north as the crow flies from downtown San Francisco.

There’s a $37 million waterfront property up for sale, situated in the tech capital of the world, that offers the ultimate private beach oasis

The 14 acres of Bluff Point in Tiburon, California, is one of the most expansive undeveloped waterfront properties listed in the Bay Area's competitive real estate market. It offers private sandy beaches, waterfront views, and approved plans for a 15,000-square-foot residence.
Wonderschool helps teachers stay in San Francisco by setting up preschools and daycares in their homes.

San Francisco’s housing crisis is so bleak, this startup is reinventing homeschooling so teachers can afford to live where they work

In San Francisco's absurd housing market, teachers are struggling to afford to live near where they teach. A startup called Wonderschool is helping preschool teachers stay in San Francisco by providing them with the framework to set up preschools and daycares out of their homes.

Inside the multi-million-dollar condos of San Francisco’s newly-opened $850 million residential tower — the first one just sold for $15 mi...

The high rise officially opened Thursday for its sole commercial tenant, Facebook, and future owners of the 55 condominiums. Each unit boasts spectacular views, hovering walls and Parisian brass door handles, and all residents have access to a 'Sky Lounge' with a wraparound observation terrace.

Heineken is betting on a brew made with marijuana instead of alcohol, and it could help give a boost to the struggling beer industry

Heineken's fast-growing California beer label is billing its new brew as "hoppy sparkling water." That's because it contains zero alcohol. Instead of booze, the beer is made with THC, the main psychoactive ingredient in marijuana.