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Report: S.Fla. Homeowners Use Airbnb As Unregulated BusinessSome South Florida homeowners are using Airbnb as more than a way to pick up a few dollars - more like $47 million.
Ford Recalls 271K Pickups To Fix Brake Fluid LeakAutomaker Ford is recalling some of its most popular vehicles in the U.S. to fix an issue with the brake fluid.
No Muscle Car Earns "Top Safety Pick" TitleMuscle cars may look cool, but they're lacking when it comes to protection during a crash.
New Warnings On Beef LabelsWhen shopping for steaks for that weekend barbecue, there's now something else to consider besides the cut of beef.
Best Summer Travel Apps To Save You Time & Money In just a couple of weeks school will be letting out for the summer break. Whether you have plans to hit the road with the kids or are looking for a little adventure for yourself, there are apps to help you save time and money from your phone.
FDA Expands Recall Of Sunflower Seeds Over Listeria ConcernsOfficials with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) expanded a recall of sunflower seeds over contamination concerns.
Ride-Sharing Service Lyft Tests Ride Reservation FeatureRide-sharing company Lyft is testing a feature that would allow users to reserve ride up to 24 hours in advance.
FDA Investigate Listeria Outbreak Linked To Recalled Frozen VegetablesFederal health officials are investigating a multi-state listeria outbreak linked to frozen vegetables that are being recalled.
LSD Micro-Doses Reportedly Unleash Creativity, Problem-SolvingA growing number of professionals are taking what they call a wonder drug to ramp up their job performance and stoke their problem-solving abilities.
Google Daydream VR Vision: With Opportunity Comes ChallengesNew virtual-reality headsets based on Google's new Daydream VR system could make for better games and more affordable applications.
TSA Shifting Some Delay Blame On PassengersThe crash of an EgyptAir jetliner has raised new concerns about terrorism – meaning more pressure at airports around the globe – including those in the United States.
Court Says No To Florida Utility Charging For Drilling PlanFlorida's Supreme Court ruled the state's largest utility is not allowed to make customers pay for costs associated with natural gas drilling in another state.

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