Airbnb's CEO Brian Chesky says his company is preparing for what they believe will be a "meaningful travel rebound" after seeing bookings drop 41% in 2020 due to the pandemic.
Baby sea lion is scared to be released back into the ocean — until her best friend tells her to come with him.
The largest shipyard in Africa, Sandock Austral Shipyards, also holds the record for the biggest ship built on the continent. CNN's Eleni Giokos caught up with company CEO, Prasheen Maharaj, to talk about the importance of diversification and expansion in the African maritime industry.
Paramount+, the rebrand of CBS All Access, is relying heavily on new content based on old favorites, like "The Real World" and "Rugrats" to lure new streaming subscribers.
Sport has seen a digital revolution in how teams prepare, adapt and rehabilitate. Northern Irish firm StatSports and Arsenal Football Club explain how technology is changing the game.
Henrik Fisker, CEO, founder and chairman of Fisker, talks to CNN's Julia Chatterley about the plan to produce their next electric vehicle with Foxconn.
With the coronavirus pandemic cutting into travel, many states are reassessing how they pay for construction and maintenance. CoPilot analyzed states with the highest gasoline and diesel taxes, designed to cover the costs of various infrastructure initiatives.
Lockdown winners could become post-pandemic losers. Airbnb and DoorDash signaled very different possible paths forward after the pandemic ends. CNN's Paul R. La Monica reports
In a rare one-on-one interview with "The Late Late Show" host, the Duke of Sussex said he stepped back from royal duties last year because the British press was "destroying" his mental health.
(NewsUSA) - The COVID-19 pandemic and historically low mortgage interest rates have caused a flurry of home buying across the United States. Families are searching for more flexible work or learning spaces, larger homes and spacious yards for cooped up kids.
(BPT) - Anyone who suffers from health challenges knows how difficult it can be — not only physically, but also emotionally. For those coping with rare disorders, navigating life can be even more challenging.
(BPT) - Fish Friday is an important part of Lent, and if you honor this tradition, you’re probably looking to add something different to the menu. At the same time, you’re probably not looking forward to the extra effort of making something new.
(StatePoint) The past year has demonstrated the importance of digital learning. And thanks to a variety of tools and resources that helped make remote instruction a little less stressful on everyone, teachers, students and parents quickly adapted to the changes brought on by the pandemic.
(StatePoint) Working or learning from home? It’s more important than ever to ensure you move throughout the day. Doing so will help keep your mind and body healthy and agile. Here are a few tips to move more throughout the day.
(StatePoint) A strong immune system can help you stay healthy, which is especially important during cold and flu season and the ongoing pandemic.
(BPT) - Your backyard or local park is home to ballgames and barbecues with family and friends. But did you know that it is so much more? The trees, grass, plants and flowers in your yard, local parks and ballfields play an important role in fighting climate change.
(BPT) - Rare is the person who hasn't been impacted by cancer in some way. Maybe it's your parent fighting for their life. Perhaps it's a friend going through a difficult treatment. It could be a neighbor or colleague who was recently diagnosed and who now faces complex decisions.
This sheep was covered in 80 pounds of wool after being lost in the forest for years, just wait until you see what he looks like now!
Christine Lagarde was the first woman to serve as finance minister of a G7 nation, managing director of the IMF and now president of the European Central Bank. She spoke to CNN's Richard Quest about "making way for others to follow suit."
As Africa grapples with the problem of imported electronic waste, Rwanda is one of the few countries with a comprehensive plan to deal with these gadgets. CNN heads to Rwanda's first e-waste recycling plant to see how focusing on sustainability is paying off when it comes to profits and cutt…
(BPT) - Audrey is a 12-year-old girl from Arizona with a passion for fashion. She spends her free time flipping through style magazines and listening to her favorite songs. She dreams of having her photo professionally taken in a long, whimsical dress that covers the leg braces that help her…
(BPT) - In today’s homes, kitchens serve a multitude of purposes beyond being a space to whip up a meal. They’re the heart of your home; the command center; the family gathering spot. So it’s no wonder why kitchens are where homeowners invest their renovation budget and why homebuyers pay a …
(BPT) - With everything going on in our lives, plus staying home more due to the pandemic, it may be easy to put off appointments for preventive screenings, check-ups and immunizations. But as you get older, these visits become even more important — and many of them come at no additional cos…
(BPT) - For any new mother, one of the most important steps she can take is finding a prenatal care provider who can help ensure a healthy pregnancy for herself and her baby. Unfortunately, far too many women in the United States have limited or no access to prenatal care providers — a dange…
Nishad Sayem, who now earns $18 an hour, was able to stop working two jobs and invest more time in taking care of his disabled father. CNN's Vanessa Yurkevich reports on the debate over raising the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour.
(BPT) - Last year, many people took a fresh look at their outdoor living spaces, as life outdoors became of renewed importance as spaces to gather together. Backyards transformed into stay-cation retreats, and front entries were revamped into spaces for social distancing reminiscent of old-f…
Another 730,000 American workers filed for first-time unemployment benefits last week on a seasonally adjusted basis. CNN's Christine Romans reports.
(BPT) - Now, more than ever, outdoor living is in — with homeowners across the country investing more time and money into their yards than ever before. Following are five trends that are expected to shape the outdoor living landscape in 2021.
Kevin Mandia, CEO of FireEye, explains how the company identified unauthorized access on their network but that they still don't know how SolarWinds was breached.
(StatePoint) With the start of 2021 behind us, it’s time to start fresh, create new habits and take on new skills. Whether your goal is to get outdoors more to enjoy the fresh air or to learn a new instrument, develop a plan to start enjoying some COVID-safe activities. Here are a few tips t…
(StatePoint) What may have started as a deal too good to pass up could end up costing you for months to come. Costly subscription services could be charging your debit or credit card monthly and if you don’t keep close tabs on your accounts, you may not even be aware.
(BPT) - In the United States, a rare disease is defined as a condition that affects fewer than 200,000 people. Each year on February 28, the rare disease community joins together on Rare Disease Day to raise awareness of as many as 7,000 rare diseases affecting an estimated 25-30 million Ame…
Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Analytics, explains how the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan could be adjusted to more effectively stimulate the economy.
Moody's Chief Economist Mark Zandi weighs in on inflation concerns and the cost of stimulus. Plus, Calm Co-Founder & Co-CEO Michael Acton Smith on the company's growth amid the pandemic and his plans for the future. And Alger's Brad Neuman on how investors should handle the recent uptick…
Sami Atiya, president of ABB Robotics, addresses concerns about robots replacing human labor, saying their customers are having difficulty hiring for the "dull, dirty and dangerous" jobs.
This pittie who spent 7 years on a chain wasn't supposed to be near other dogs, but then Willie met his dog neighbor, Mint. And they became inseparable.
(BPT) - Where the Chesapeake Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean, the vibrant coastal city of Virginia Beach is where you’ll find warm, inviting waters and a cool, laid-back feel. Home to three distinct beaches, you’re bound to bump into your vibe at one of them. With a delectable seafood-centric c…