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TikTok ban passes the House (again), with a few major differences

A bill that could eventually ban TikTok is again on its way to the Senate for approval, having passed the House for a second time in as many months.

 

Tesla cuts prices after massive Cybertruck recall

Tesla has announced significant price reductions across several of its models, including the Model Y, Model S, and Model X, each reduced by $2,000 in the US.

 

Secrets of the Octopus takes us inside the world of these “aliens on Earth”

Enlarge / A Day octopus (Octopus cyanea) named Scarlet parachutes her web over a coral head while Dr.

 

Improving Investor Behavior: Finding financial happiness, part 2

Editor’s note: The first column in this two-part series published on March 17.
Last month we discussed how Americans are still overwhelmingly dissatisfied with their finances, despite record net worth and increased income.

 

Hilltop midcentury modern lists for $4.3M after “architectural archaeology” restoration

When John Huggins and his wife Monica Martinez bought 35 Eudora St. in 2007 for $850,000, they wanted to restore the midcentury modern home to its mid-1960s glory.
Huggins employed a method he calls “architectural archaeology” to meticulously restore the Hilltop home, a 1966 masterpiece designed by the renowned Denver architect Donald R. Roark.
“We tried to stay true to the original owners’ vision and imagination. We wanted to bring back the wild colors, and the source of most of the original colors was already here,” Huggins said.

 

The most expensive homes sold in Jefferson County (March 27-April 2, 2024)

Our latest roundup of Jefferson County's most expensive homes is in the attached gallery. This time we're looking at late March and early April.

 

Inside Pullman Market: First look at Pearl’s new culinary hub

The unique venue will feature multiple food and beverage options as well as a market featuring regional products.

 

Two national retailers plan next Dayton locations

Two retailers are looking to expand in the Dayton region, and have just announced their next locations. Learn more.

 

Paradise Valley property with Bing Hu home plans priced at $15M; Bitcoin welcome

The seller of this property almost bought the parcel using Bitcoin back in March 2022, but ended up paying cash for the recording-breaking transaction. Now he is offering to accept Bitcoin for what is considered one of the last large undeveloped parcels in Paradise Valley.

 

Dentons Sirote adds local shareholder

The new leader specializes in state and local tax (SALT) law.

 

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