As Home-As-B&B Service Grows, So Does Controversy

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The online service for short-term rentals in private homes known as Airbnb got a boost when it was featured at the recent Apple conference. But the company has also drawn in attention in cities like San Francisco, where legal concerns over everything from liability and safety to upset landlords have led to scrutiny. Audie Cornish speaks with Fast Company reporter Austin Carr about what Airbnb is up against.
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Farmer John Boyd Jr. Wants African-Americans To Reconnect With Farming

The president of the National Black Farmers Association says African-Americans have a negative association with farming — and he wants that to change.
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The Life And Legacy Of Justice Scalia -- And The Future Makeup Of The Supreme Court

The late Justice Antonin Scalia was the leading conservative voice on the U.S. Supreme Court. Scalia's life and legacy, and the battle ahead over the makeup of the nation's highest court.

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The Life And Legacy Of Justice Scalia -- And The Future Makeup Of The Supreme Court

The late Justice Antonin Scalia was the leading conservative voice on the U.S. Supreme Court. Scalia's life and legacy, and the battle ahead over the makeup of the nation's highest court.

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