In the year since ChatGPT was released, people have been figuring out what it’s good at, what it’s not good at, and how AI tools will change how we live and work.
The cheapest packages started at $196,000 for a single traveler. Now the fallout is drawing comparisons to debacles like Fyre Fest — the “luxury” music festival that was more like a “disaster relief area.”
There are efforts to change how decisions are made about which books libraries should stock and which section they belong in. Some advocate using a national rating system like the one used for movies.
The cost of a traditional Thanksgiving feast has actually come down a little bit from last year.
Records are likely to fall as millions of Americans take to the skies for Thanksgiving. Federal regulators say they’re working to keep the system safe after a troubling report from outside experts.
The USDA is updating an important map for gardeners and growers picking plants and flowers. The new map shows the contiguous U.S. is about 2.5 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than the last map 11 years ago.
Rice’s whales are one of the world’s newly discovered whale species – and already one of the most endangered. Protections for the whales in the Gulf of Mexico are not coming fast.
Big public transit systems are warning of deep service cuts as they struggle to make up lost revenue from fewer riders. But in some places, ridership is growing as systems adapt to the new normal.
A report from the National Association of Realtors shows the average home buyer this past year had a six-figure income. Others face challenges in a period of high prices and costly home loans.
Of the hundreds of companies that have tried a four-day workweek, very few are manufacturers. Advanced RV in Willoughby, Ohio, is showing how it can be done.