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A Silicon Valley billionaire is fighting to make a beloved beach near his $37 million estate off-limits to the public -- and he's taking his case to the Supreme Court


Scientists have discovered the world's largest underwater cave -- and it's home to a treasure trove of ancient artifacts


A movement to boycott the NRA is growing -- here are the companies that haven't cut ties with the gun-rights group



Here are all the brands that have cut ties with the NRA following gun-control activists' boycotts


A brazen homeowner at San Francisco's leaning, sinking skyscraper is trying to sell a multimillion-dollar condo for almost double what they paid


Gun control really works -- here's the science to prove it



A group has pledged to plant a million trees to combat Trump's pro-coal stance -- and they have been wildly successful


Saudi Arabia is building the world's tallest skyscraper -- here's what it will look like


San Francisco's homeless are getting six-figure jobs in a gritty neighbourhood that's been overrun by tech companies


South Korea built a $109 million Olympic stadium just to eventually tear it down


A Target store in San Francisco is keeping tents behind locked cases -- and the internet thinks it's because homeless people are stealing them


San Francisco's housing market is so dire, people need to make over $300,000 a year to afford the typical home



Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes: 'The Social Network' missed the mark on some key details


The battle between the beef industry and Silicon Valley's lab-grown meat startups is heating up


These Amazon HQ2 finalist cities could have an edge on the competition, according to experts


15 remarkable images that show the 200-year evolution of the Hyperloop



We took a scientific look at whether weed or alcohol is worse for you -- and there appears to be a winner


Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes wants the richest 1% of Americans to fund a basic income for 90 million people


Photos show how Seattle's favourite businesses vanished after Amazon showed up -- and it could be an omen for the HQ2 city


Silicon Valley is so expensive that people who make $400,000 a year think they are middle-class