California Man Hits $1 Billion Powerball Jackpot

The winning $1 billion Powerball jackpot ticket was sold on July 19 in Los Angeles, California. This is the sixth biggest big win in US history and the 3rd biggest in Powerball history. NBC San Diego writes about it. The ticket, according to the website…

'Fast and Furious' under windows: Californians suffer from drifting, racing and shooting in the middle of the night

Perhaps retail robberies, the rampant distribution of hard drugs, and a skyrocketing homeless population were not enough to make Oakland in the San Francisco Bay Area uninhabitable. Added to all this lawlessness was the problem of racing, as well as drifting in the middle of the city. What…

U.S. Restaurants Include Other Unexpected Things in Employee Health Insurance Surcharges

Los Angeles restaurant Alimento has come under fire after a famous podcaster faced extra interest on a bill. 4% is automatically added to the account to fund the health insurance of employees of the institution, according to CBS. According to an August survey conducted by the National Restaurant Association,…

California is spending billions to fight homelessness, but the situation is only getting worse

In just four years, California has spent a staggering $17,5 billion to fight homelessness. But at the same time, from 2018 to 2022, the number of homeless people in the state has increased. Half of all Americans living on the street live in California, according to CNN. By…

Airbnb offers to live in Barbie's house in Malibu for free: promotion conditions

As a marketing ploy ahead of the release of director Greta Gerwig's long-awaited Barbie movie, Airbnb has posted an ad that offers guests a free stay at Barbie's Malibu DreamHouse, according to CNBC. The all-pink mansion belongs to Ken, who is played by…

California restaurant forced employees to 'confess' to fake priest

A California restaurant is ordered to pay $140 in payroll and morale damages to employees after it hired a fake priest to extract confessions of "sins" from workers, CNN reports. Federal investigators call it the "most shameless" act of corruption...

The center of San Francisco has become a territory of the homeless, drug dealers and thieves: businesses and residents are fleeing from there en masse

The once thriving downtown area of ​​San Francisco is turning into a derelict area. Offices and marketplaces are closing, the streets have been taken over by the homeless and drug addicts, according to the DailyMail. Today, the once bustling Union Square and downtown San Francisco are a shadow of their former selves: rows of empty shops, rare people...

Nine beaches in California with the dirtiest water: swimming there can cause stomach diseases, ear infections and rashes

Put on sunscreen, slippers, towels, and maybe a book. The main thing - do not forget to check the quality of the water on your beach. What are the dirtiest beaches in California, according to The New York Times. Heal the Bay, a non-profit group based in Santa Monica,…

Florida man arrested for murder he committed 40 years ago

California authorities caught a Florida criminal who managed to avoid arrest for almost 40 years in connection with the murder of a 33-year-old woman in 1984, NewYorkPost reports. Authorities in San Diego, California arrested Donald Michael Santini on Wednesday, June 7 for the 1984 murder of...

A skyscraper in San Francisco sank 40,5 cm and tilted 73 cm: architects cannot stop this process

The 196,6-meter-high Millennium Tower in the Bay Area continues to lean more and more, despite the architects' best efforts to reinforce the luxurious building, according to NewYorkPost. The construction of a 58-story skyscraper with a height of 196,6 meters in San Francisco was completed in 2009. In him…

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