While hotels across the state are booked solid, during the pandemic many people opted to move there permanently, creating the “Zoom Town Boom” effect across the state.
Six Flags Great America has settled a class-action lawsuit by agreeing to pay $36 million over the use of fingerprint scanners at its Illinois theme park.
Now that weddings are back on after more than a year of the coronavirus pandemic, SmartAsset has found the best cities to have an affordable wedding.
Home-sharing company Airbnb announced plans to develop the Community Integrity Program in partnership with Vrbo, which is an Expedia Group company.
Netflix launched an online store on Thursday that will sell limited edition, exclusive merchandise and apparel related to its TV series.
Delta Flight 1131 diverted to Detroit due to a "customer issue on board," according to the airline. Upon landing, law enforcement officers boarded the plane and the passenger was taken off the flight on a gurney.
Tesla delivered the Model S Plaid sedans to the first 25 customers at an event at its Fremont, Calif., factory Thursday night.
A third member of a panel of outside advisers to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has resigned in protest over the agency's decision to approve Biogen Inc's Alzheimer's disease treatment despite the committee's recommendation against doing so.
Two passengers aboard the Celebrity Millennium cruise ship – which carried only vaccinated crew and passengers as the industry aims to rebound from the coronavirus pandemic lockdown – tested positive for COVID-19 at the end of the cruise, the company said Thursday.
The first new Alzheimer’s drug in nearly 20 years has received approval from the Food and Drug Administration.
The regal white Mediterranean-style Beverly Hills abode hit the market last month.
The "Sell it Like Serhant" author, TV and production franchise magnate also dished on the future of the real estate market, noting that he believes interest rates will be low "for the next couple of years."
Just one example is the newly announced collaboration between QuickCollect Solutions, a provider of grocery pickup solutions, and supermarket chain Lowes Foods.
The service is said to connect members with local home improvement contractors who offer a range of services from HVAC, roofing, siding, window and door installation to bathroom renovations, kitchen renovations and flooring products.