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Pup Deck? These Superyachts Were Designed With Their Owners’ Dogs in Mind

Electronic pee-pads, dog-height door sensors, nanotech coated fabrics, and kennels in guest staterooms are recent additions to the luxe interiors and lavish beach clubs.

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First Look: Porsche’s Hybrid 911 Is Finally Here—Let the Debates Begin

The new 911 GTS pairs a 3.6-liter flat-six with a permanently excited synchronous motor for a claimed 532 hp and 449 ft lbs of torque.

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This New 37-Foot Yacht Blends Serious Sportfishing With Casual Cruising

The speedy Vicem Tuna Masters 37 Express can hit 46 knots at full tilt, too.

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This 1950s California Ranch Home in L.A. Has Been Refreshed With Classic Midcentury Style

The unassuming San Fernando Valley residence, listed for $1.35 million, comes with rough-cut stone accents and a kidney-shaped swimming pool.

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Solitary Refinement? Prisons Around the World Are Being Transformed Into Luxe 5-Star Hotels

From Australia to Norway and Boston to Japan, architects and hoteliers are renewing historic slammers for the experience obsessed traveler.

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How Veuve Clicquot, Louboutin and the Luxury World Fight to Protect Their Colors

A real whose hue.

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Car of the Week: This Rare 1960 Ferrari Could Fetch More Than $7.6 Million at Auction

Offered through RM Sotheby's, the matching-numbers Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta is one of only 165 examples built.

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The Inconvenient Truth About Tuscany’s Stellar Cabernet Franc

The French varietal is thriving in Italy and it has an unlikely ally.

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Taste Test: Redbreast’s Tasty New Irish Whiskey Will Even Make Bourbon Lovers Smile

This excellent new whiskey was aged in barrels made from Missouri oak.

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Millionaires vs. Billionaires: Which Wealth Class Really Has More Clout?

From hobbies to available balances, we explore what distinguishes these two types of people.

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Ocean technology hub AltaSea blooms on San Pedro waterfront

AltaSea, a $30-million renovation of three historic waterfront warehouses, is nearing completion and aims to be an international leader in the "blue economy."

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Looking to vacation on the California coast? Marin County just made it harder

Marin County, with its rugged beaches and pristine lands, has put a hard cap on short-term rentals, setting off furious debate: Are vacation rentals ruining California's coastal towns? Or opening up the coast to people who can't afford to live ...

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FBI reportedly contacts Riley Keough's team about Graceland case as claim is dropped

Riley Keough just got a foreclosure auction of grandfather Elvis Presley's Graceland halted. Now the FBI reportedly is reaching out about possible related fraud.

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Riley Keough prevails in court to stop Graceland auction — for the moment. Fraud question remains

Elvis Presley's granddaughter, actor Riley Keough, was awarded a temporary injunction by a Tennessee judge that blocked a foreclosure sale of Graceland.

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Dodgers star Shohei Ohtani buys La Cañada Flintridge mansion from Adam Carolla for $7.85 million

Dodgers superstar Shohei Ohtani has paid $7.85 million for a modern mansion in the foothill city of La Cañada Flintridge, real estate records show.

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Riley Keough fights off foreclosure and auction of her grandfather Elvis' Graceland

Riley Keough, Elvis Presley's granddaughter, is suing to stop a foreclosure sale of his famed Graceland mansion.

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In a first, most California houses sell for over $900,000

The median price for a single-family house in California surpassed $900,000 for the first time ever, according to the California Assn. of Realtors.

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Illegal hostels are popping up in L.A. neighborhoods, to some residents' ire

Unapproved hostels are opening in otherwise quiet Los Angeles neighborhoods, leading to neighbor complaints and an increase in police calls.

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On a Hollywood studio lot, a new New York comes to life

As a legendary New York City set on Fox Studios' backlot aged, a new one was needed. The set is the centerpiece of a movie studio that is itself a leading character in Hollywood lore.

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Las Vegas' Mirage Resort to close after 34-year run. Volcano to go dormant

The iconic Mirage resort was perhaps best known for its exploding 54-foot man-made volcano, magicians Siegfried and Roy, white tigers and dolphins.

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