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Eight things you should never do at hotel checkout

(NEW YORK) -- For most hotel guests, checking out is an afterthought. It’s the last thing you have to do before heading home. But knowing what not to do at checkout and properly preparing for it can turn a potentially heated situation into a quick “thank you and goodbye.” Below,…... Read More

Banksy print worth $45K stolen from Toronto art exhibit

(TORONTO) -- An original print by the famous graffiti artist Banksy was stolen from a Toronto art exhibit over the weekend, with the theft caught on camera.Police said the print, valued at $45,000, was stolen around 5 a.m. Sunday. Security footage of the crime was released on Thursday.In the video,…... Read More

Target yanks 'Baby Daddy' cards after complaints of racial insensitivity

(ROCKWALL, Texas) -- When Takeisha Saunders went shopping for a Father's Day card for her husband at a Target store in Rockwall, Texas, she said the only one featuring an African-American couple read "Baby Daddy."Saunders, who is black, told ABC News on Thursday that there were plenty of other cards…... Read More

Guess co-founder Paul Marciano resigning after sexual misconduct allegations

(NEW YORK) -- Guess co-founder Paul Marciano has resigned from the company after being accused of sexual misconduct, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing by the company on Tuesday.The company filed an 8-K form with the SEC, a requirement to announce major news to shareholders. The form…... Read More

Organizer of infamous failed Fyre Festival charged with duping customers again

(NEW YORK) -- The organizer of the infamous Fyre Festival, a failed concert in the Bahamas in 2017 that went viral for its lack of success, has been charged with duping customers again.William McFarland, who is still awaiting sentencing for the failed festival, has now been charged by the Southern…... Read More

Samsung asks woman to return phone she says exploded and torched her car

(NEW YORK) -- Days after a Michigan woman claimed her Nissan Maxima was set on fire when one of her two Samsung cell phones "exploded," she said the tech giant sent her a prefab kit to return the charred evidence.According to the woman, in the kit was a pre-stamped manifest…... Read More

Disclosures show Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump made at least $80 million last year

(WASHINGTON) -- Jared Kushner and wife Ivanka Trump made at least $80 million in outside income last year while working as White House advisers to President Donald Trump, according to newly-released financial disclosure forms.The president’s son-in-law and daughter together reported personal assets of between $240 million and $780 million by…... Read More

Uber driver kicked out same-sex couple for kissing, women say

(NEW YORK) -- A same-sex couple has accused an Uber driver in New York City of discriminating against them after he allegedly kicked them out of the car for kissing in the backseat.Alex Iovine and her girlfriend, Emma Pichl, ordered an Uber Saturday to take them from the Gowanus neighborhood…... Read More

Uber submits patent to detect drunken app users

(NEW YORK) -- Uber has submitted a patent to add a feature to its app that will help identify drunken riders so drivers could better assist them. The new feature, at least in theory, would allow the popular ride-sharing service to measure a potential rider's walking speed, data input speed…... Read More

Internet flips out after IHOP turns the letter 'p' to a 'b' for burgers

(NEW YORK) -- The International House of Pancakes is flipping the "p" to a "b" for burgers and the internet is flipping out.IHOP officially announced the limited-time name change Monday morning after teasing it on social media asking users to guess what they thought the name would "b"-come.Predictions poured in…... Read More

As Trumps return to dormant Dominican development, original buyers and watchdogs cry foul

(NEW YORK) -- William Ganz knew it was a big investment, but with “The Donald” involved, he felt certain he would strike gold.It was May 23, 2007, and the 28-year-old Baltimore-based entrepreneur was preparing to invest his life savings in Trump Farallon Estates at Cap Cana, a luxury development being…... Read More