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Santa Monica Limits Many Short-Term Vacation Rentals
In a new home-sharing ordinance, the Southern California city cracked down on Airbnb and other rental services and sites.
Chicago's Credit Rating Is Downgraded
Earlier this week, Moody's Investors Service downgraded Chicago's credit rating to junk status. How did the city's finances reach this point?
TV Thriller 'Wayward Pines' Offers Suspense — And An Ending
Chad Hodge, the creator of the 10-episode limited series, promises that it won't leave viewers hanging. "One thing that I really wanted to do with this show is not cheat you as a viewer," he says.
A 13-Year-Old, A Burlap Dress And A Career Launch That Took 'Grit'
Ethan and Joel Coen spent months searching for the right actress to play Mattie Ross in their 2010 film True Grit. Then, just weeks before filming, Hailee Steinfeld showed up — dressed in character.
Often Employees, Rarely CEOs: Challenges Asian-Americans Face In Tech
A new study shows that Asians and Asian-Americans are underrepresented at executive levels in five large tech companies. Four tech professionals weigh in with their experiences and perspectives.
Train Engineer: You Have To Be 'Ready To Act'
Investigators are still investigating what caused the Amtrak train to derail in Philadelphia. NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with engineer John Wright about the challenges of working on the railroad.
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