"I can teach a dog to find anything," says Jim Sanford, a Lagotto Romagnolo dog trainer at the Blackberry Farm resort in Tennessee.
"Many authors I follow say their sales have never been as high as they are now, thanks to BookTok," user Sydney Blanchard told Insider.
Margaret Levi says while federal programs like the Child Tax Credit can boost confidence in the government, local leaders also have to step up.
Innovation is changing the nature of car advertising - like iHeartRadio's recent partnership with Amazon Alexa that allows listeners to request songs.
"Communities have been locked in with poverty and pollution ... We want to make sure that we don't repeat those mistakes."
In spite of fewer miles being driven last year, fatalities increased, Gary Hallgren, president of mobility analytics platform Arity, said.
The Responsible Sourcing Network brought brands like Adidas and Gap on board to boycott cotton harvested under slave labor in places like Uzbekistan.
"Every time Biden appears on the news, it prompts another Republican to call me up and say, 'This country is going downhill. I need a bunker!" says Ron Hubbard.
One of the city's plans aims to reduce transportation-related carbon emissions by 50% by 2030 and increase the use of public transit.
"Once you have the right data, you can begin to make better decisions about how you use your streets and use your buildings."
"When I looked at my fellow analysts, I could tell they enjoyed the job more - I had an inner ecommerce geek that needed to get out," says Meg He.
Dave Walsh, 39, owns Vanlife Customs and builds one-of-a-kind camper vans. "Many of our clients have planned for this their entire life," he says.
Dave Shade didn't have money to send his foster dogs to training, so he learned how. It was the start of a new career: his own puppy-training school.
People used to think the US would become a free-agent nation. But current US healthcare significantly limits our ability to reach the American dream.
"The levels of debt which we're going to find ourselves at, once we do finally begin to exit from this crisis, are going to be eye-watering."
Single mom Katie Nave said the clothes from Stitch Fix made her feel more confident and polished during her workday video meetings.
"My biggest fear, as we start to get further away from 9/11, is that we start to forget exactly what happened that day," NYPD's Paul Grattan says.