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Hurricane Delta grew from a tropical storm to a Category 4 hurricane in 1 day. Here's how cyclones are now intensifying so quickly.

Business cycles chart the ups and downs of an economy, and understanding them can lead to better financial decisions

Hurricane Laura made landfall as a Category 4 storm Thursday morning. Here are the 18 strongest Atlantic hurricanes in history.

What is a recession? How economists define periods of economic downturn

What is Google Drive? A guide to navigating Google's file storage service and collaboration tools

The US is in the middle of another coronavirus testing crisis — on a far larger scale than before

What it's like to be a high-profile nanny quarantined with your boss during the coronavirus pandemic

Mike Bloomberg would save nearly $4 billion on his tax bill under Joe Biden's proposed plan compared to the 'tax on extreme wealth' Bernie Sanders wants

John F. Kennedy's former Washington, DC home is selling for $4.7 million. Take a look inside the 220-year-old brick house with a private rooftop terrace.

21 of Michelle Obama's most inspiring quotes on work, success, and relationships

Despite a few high-profile incidents, helicopters are generally safe to fly — as long as proper safety procedures are followed

A recession slammed trucking last year — and experts predict that 2020 will bring more bankruptcies and plunging truck orders

The most famous book set in every state

Elon Musk says SpaceX hopes to launch Starship for the first time within '2 to 3 months.' But the ship may be just one of 20 different prototypes.

The 20 top artists of the decade

Suicide is Gen Z's second-leading cause of death, and it's a worse epidemic than anything millennials faced at that age

A Los Angeles bush fire has burned over 7,500 acres and prompted evacuation orders for 100,000 people — here are the latest updates

A damning new report on the 737 Max blames 'inexperienced pilots' and the low-cost airlines that employ them — not Boeing

Here's why FedEx ditched Amazon and is throwing itself into powering Walmart's e-commerce aspirations

A freight windfall hints that the trucking 'bloodbath' may let up