A couple has been making this Philadelphia home livable again — with guidance from the National Trust.
He’s been a war correspondent. He’s covered popes and presidents. He’s written about AIDS and sexual abuse. He made NY restaurateurs blanch as food critic for The New York Times. It all began for Frank Bruni at The Daily Tar Heel, reviewing obscure rock albums and penning a personal column.
The U.S. is in the grips of an affordable housing crisis. Until recently, tech companies ignored the housing market. Today, a growing number of property tech ("proptech") startups are working to make buying and renting more affordable.
Some credit cards are designed to meet the needs of jetsetters, offering waived foreign transaction fees and travel perks and rewards. But, depending on what you're looking for and how much you're willing to pay in annual fees, other types of cards might be a better fit.
Navigating emotionally draining divorce cases is never easy, but in California, judges will now have more leeway to determine who gets the family pet. California os the third state in the U.S. to adopt a law that allows judges to consider what’s in the best interests of the animal rather than treating the pet like other inanimate property, such as a car.
Travis Tygart is on a mission to clean up the use of performance-enhancing drugs in sports. His work helped get Russia barred from the 2018 Winter Olympics, exposed schemes to pump athletes with steroids and revealed the drugs that brought Lance Armstrong down.
With access to abortion in the U.S. becoming more difficult, a Dutch doctor last year began offering her service to American women, launching a website called Aid Access. It provides prescriptions, not pills, which are sent through an independent pharmacy.