Four ‘dream jobs’ for people who love to travel

Many people occasionally travel for work. But for some, travel is at the heart of their jobs. CNBC Travel spoke with people from four industries about occupations where working from home — or an office for that matter — isn’t an option. A year of travel Name: Sebastian ModakJob: Former…

Here’s why major cities may still be worth their high cost of living

Many renters believe that a cost-of-living crisis is brewing in America’s major cities. New York City is showing up as a hotspot of rent inflation. The average rent for 1-bedroom apartments in Manhattan rose to $3,995 a month in May 2022 — a 41% increase from one year ago, according…

Trump loses bid to lift contempt charge despite swearing he can’t find subpoenaed documents

Former President Donald Trump looks on before speaking during a tour to an unfinished section of the border wall on June 30, 2021 in Pharr, Texas. Brandon Bell | Getty Images A New York judge Friday denied a request by lawyers for former President Donald Trump to lift a contempt…

Iconic tapestry of Picasso’s ‘Guernica’ is back at the United Nations

The anti-war painting was commissioned in 1955 by former U.S. vice president and New York governor Nelson Rockefeller and offered to the U.N. on loan in 1984 The iconic tapestry of Pablo Picasso’s “Guernica,” which is considered by numerous art critics as perhaps the most powerful anti-war painting in history,…

New York violenta, ucciso un agente e un altro ferito – Mondo

Notte di sangue ad Harlem, a New York dove, in quella che è stata definita un’imboscata dagli investigatori, un poliziotto di 22 anni è rimasto ucciso e un secondo è rimasto gravemente ferito. E’ il terzo episodio sanguinoso che nell’ultima settimana ha coinvolto dei poliziotti newyorchesi.    L’episodio dopo una richiesta…

Leaving a steady job to freelance or start your own business requires proper planning

Millions of Americans are taking a step back and rethinking their work lives amid the “Great Resignation” and ongoing coronavirus pandemic. A record 4.5 million people quit their jobs In November, according to data from the U.S. Department of Labor, continuing a trend of workers leaving employers in droves. Some…

New York’s eviction ban expires Saturday. What renters need to know

Protesters hold signs during a protest against the expiration of an eviction moratorium in the Manhattan borough of New York City, January 14, 2022. Carlo Allegri | Reuters Throughout most of the pandemic, New Yorkers have been shielded from eviction thanks to a statewide moratorium on the proceedings. That protection…

Still struggling financially? Here’s what pandemic aid remains available to families

FG Trade | E+ | Getty Images Even as the coronavirus continues to upend American life, most pandemic-era relief measures have dried up by now. The recent shelving of the Build Back Better Act, the massive spending bill with a number of provisions to lift up middle-class families, means the…