Why is the American pet industry growing?
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A survey from Rover.com says nearly 75% of people are more likely to stay with a company that lets them bring pets to work.
If you're having a rough time transitioning back to the office, you're not alone.
But here's something that might help: More businesses are letting employees bring pets to the office to attract new hires and encourage in-person work.
A survey last year from Rover.com says nearly 75% of people are more likely to stay with a company that lets them bring pets to work.
Amazon's Dogs at Work program has 10,000 pups registered at 140 offices across the country, which is a 3,000% increase from three years ago.
Research shows pets can improve morale, reduce anxiety and lower blood pressure.
Student loan repayments are resuming, and some borrowers are considering boycotting to refuse to pay.
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The musician surprised fans at their homes to record a live, acoustic version of his upcoming album "Autumn Variations."
It's a scent that, for many, makes this time of year come alive. But how did the passion for pumpkin spice come to be?
Mexican officials agreed to deport migrants from their border cities and return them to their home countries.
Scripps News explores the original idea behind impeachment and how it has evolved in politics over the years.