HTP Homes trains at-risk youths in construction to repair vacant houses in the city, as they rebuild their lives.
Critics charge some monies cannot be accounted for, alleging government corruption.
Only the UN refugee agency can resettle refugees, leaving them vulnerable to exploitation from outside groups.
Businesses have managed inflation for centuries. But after a long stretch of low inflation rates, executives may need to brush up.
Summer travel expected to be 15 percent higher than last year.
Standard diversity and inclusion programs have proved largely useless, but experts say there’s a chance for change.
A fitness/chiropractic firm that branched into landlording shows one of several related ways businesses can boost their top lines.
Potato chips, COVID-19 tests and Build-a-Bear Workshop are in the news.
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Bronze ‘ark’ used for storing jewelry and cash to be restored to its former glory.
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Expert reptile trapper snared one of the world’s most venomous snakes hiding behind a cupboard.
Missing square from 54 thousand piece jigsaw sent to frustrated puzzler so he can complete the picture.
An oddly shaped outer-space object led astrophysicist Avi Loeb to write a book proposing the existence of extraterrestrials.
Officer shoots suspect after car chase. The injured man faces multiple charges, including arson and stalking.
Hagit Tzafrir is the first from her country to be honored among 40 professionals selected annually.
It had the appearance of “a big ugly bird,” one paleontologist says of the strange creature.
The treasures of the last Bavarian King are being auctioned in his last residence on Mar. 15 in Germany.
The makers of Fortnite asked to head to the U.S. to continue their battle with Apple over alleged misuse of market power.
Funding rounds cap a huge quarter, especially for cybersecurity startups.
Startup founders and an investor discuss why running, meditating and working out are essential to their success.
Changes are on the way to better protect Australians from sexual harassment in the workplace.
The Department of Home Affairs says adding an English language requirement for partner visa applicants would protect people.
An Indian woman has said she was held as a slave by a Melbourne couple for eight years.