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Lyft announces its first international expansion

Lyft is making its first stop outside of the U.S.

Fats Domino dead at 89, medical examiner's office says

Antoine "Fats" Domino, a titan of early rock 'n' roll whose piano-based hits -- such as "Ain't That a Shame," "Blueberry Hill" and "Blue Monday" -- influenced artists including Paul McCartney and Randy Newman, died Tuesday, an official said.

Inside Denmark's giant LEGO house

Get ready to embrace your inner child at Denmark's new LEGO House -- a 12,000-square meter house of fun, filled with 25 million iconic colorful building blocks.

Puerto Rico children's hospital receives much-needed fuel supply

The US Army has delivered a three-day supply of fuel to a San Juan, Puerto Rico, children's hospital where patients were in danger due a diesel shortage.

Hurricane Irma Wreaks Havoc in the Caribbean

A week after Hurricane Irma decimated the US Virgin Islands and other parts of the Caribbean, those in the territory dubbed “America’s Paradise,” are facing years of rebuilding in the long-term and restoring a sense of normalcy right now.

Caribbean Disaster Relief & Recovery Efforts Underway in Baltimore

Tropical Storm Maria quickly turned into a Hurricane on Wednesday, packing a power punch with winds of 115 mph that wiped out electricity to all of Puerto Rico.

Donors warned of charity scams in wake of Harvey and Irma

Appeals for charitable donations will surge as the East Coast reels from the effects of Category 4 Hurricane Irma.

Rihanna's new makeup line throws all kinds of shade

When it came to her new makeup line, Rihanna had a "wild thought": inclusivity.

Willie Nelson sets Hurricane Harvey benefit concert

One day after Hollywood banded together for hurricane relief, Willie Nelson has announced his own gathering of famous faces and voices to help Texas recover from Hurricane Harvey.

Apple donates $5 million to hurricane relief, makes it easier for customers to donate

Apple is pledging another $5 million for hurricane relief.

Flying for Labor Day? Pack your patience after Harvey

The U.S. air travel system is heading into the holiday weekend with one arm tied behind its back, with a surge of Labor Day travelers taking to the skies while Houston's busy airports remain hobbled from Hurricane Harvey.

Businesses donate over $141 million to Harvey relief efforts

Corporate giants are making big contributions to disaster relief organizations to help victims of Tropical Storm Harvey.

Stranded hurricane survivors use Zello app to get help

"Elderly couple trapped on roof at this address."

Here's how you can help the victims of Hurricane Harvey

Rescuers continue to pull people from rising floodwaters. The traumatized and weary evacuees often have nothing but the soaked clothes on their backs. Aid groups are scrambling to provide shelter, emergency services and hope.

The problem with the lack of female leaders

"You have to see it to be it" isn't just a catchy slogan for empowerment campaigns and girl power T-shirts.

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