Two years ago, President Barack Obama restored diplomatic relations with Cuba. Since then, Cold War-era travel restrictions that prohibited most Americans from visiting were lifted, leading to a surge of U.S. tourists and a scramble to accommodate them. NewsHour Weekend…
By PBS NewsHour
The judge said the company’s Terms of Service require all disputes between user and owner be decided in arbitration, rather than in court.
By Ryan Connelly Holmes
After New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation on Friday imposing costly fines onto people who advertise illegal rentals online, Airbnb sued.
By Kamala Kelkar
Airbnb announced Thursday that it is taking steps to protect against discrimination.
By Eugene Mason
By Kenya Downs
Airbnb has a racial discrimination problem, and they're enlisting former Attorney General Eric Holder to help fix it.
By Corinne Segal
Ever wanted to live inside a Van Gogh painting? Here's your chance, courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago.
By Vikram Mansharamani
There’s reason to believe that the so-called “sharing economy” is a fleeting moment in economic history.
On this Election Day, a handful of states voted to elect state and local leaders and decide a number of ballot measures, from the legalization of marijuana to the expansion of LGBT protections. Judy Woodruff gets a rundown of the…
By Associated Press
San Francisco voters have rejected a proposal to restrict Airbnb and a second ballot measure prompted by the city's housing crisis.
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