LoanDepot's Anthony Hsieh Buys North Palm Beach Home
LoanDepot's founder and CEO added a pricey property in North Palm Beach to his portfolio, The Real Deal has learned.
Makhno Studio designs conceptual settlement within Martian crater
Ukrainian architecture practice Makhno Studio has designed a 3D-printed settlement for Mars named Plan C that would encircle the edge of a crater.
Judge denies prominent South Carolina attorney's request to reduce $7M bail
Alex Murdaugh is seen here walking into his bond hearing in Varnville, S.C., in September.
On Tuesday, a judge refused to lower his $7 million bond.
Mic Smith/AP file photo COLUMBIA, S.C.
RETURN TO SENDER: USPS Decarbonization Plan is Weak, Say Advocates
Sustainability leaders are furious at the United States Postal Service for dragging its feet on ditching gas-powered mail trucks and other vehicles - and the agency doesn't seem to be seriously considering non-automotive mail delivery options, either.
LAPD captain whose home was raided is latest to sue city over gun store scandal
A high-ranking Los Angeles police captain has sued the city of L.A. and the nonprofit gun store that operates out of its police academy, alleging he was unjustly "swept up" in an embarrassing gun theft scandal due to their collective negligence and malfeasance.
Victim of Berkeley Balcony Collapse Dies in Ireland
Aoife Beary, who was left with life-changing injuries after the 2015 accident, died on New Year's Day, her family said.
A jury holds Teva Pharmaceuticals liable in the opioid crisis
Trucks drive in front of Teva Pharmaceutical Logistic Center in the town of Shoam, Israel, on Oct. 16, 2013.
On Thursday, a jury held Teva responsible for contributing to the opioid crisis.
Households face cost-of-living 'catastrophe' in 2022 with 1,200 hole in budgets
Families face a cost-of-living 'catastrophe' next year as soaring energy bills and tax hikes slash household budgets by £1,200, economists have warned.
NJ to pay $52.9M to families of vets who died of COVID in state-run homes
The state of New Jersey has agreed to pay a nearly $53 million settlement to the families of 119 residents of the state's military veteran facilities who died during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to reports.
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