Airbnb

Business
The company is revamping its guest standards and banning open-invite parties across the app after a shooting at a San Francisco rental left five people dead.
U.S. News
Five people died in a Thursday shooting at an Airbnb rental home in Orinda, California. Airbnb's chief executive called the carnage "unacceptable."
U.S. News
The event, near San Francisco, was advertised online as an "Airbnb mansion party."
Travel
And it'll cost you just $60 a night.
Politics
A nonprofit with possible ties to industry lobbyists says short-term rentals are an invitation for child predators.
U.S. News
The vacation rental market grew 80%, from $46 billion in sales in 2012 to $83 billion in 2017 worldwide.
U.S. News
Airbnb said it banned the host, calling her language "unacceptable."
Travel
Even the smart TV and printer pose security risks.
Travel
Security experts share how to find a hidden camera -- or protect yourself if you suspect one.
Travel
Airbnb bookings in Carolina, Puerto Rico, have increased more than 600 percent from 2018.
Travel
Fringed by mountains and full of culture, it's a destination worth adding to your list.
Impact
Italy-based Fairbnb intends to invest half its profits back into the community.
Business
Critics contend nightly lodgings cut into affordable long-term rentals in cities.
Opinion
The companies' plans to give shares to hosts and drivers may be a small step but it points to a bigger economic transformation.
U.S. News
The company canceled accounts of people attending the Charlottesville rally last year.
Travel
The company offered a stay at the historic site including a dinner, hike, concert and calligraphy experience to promote China as a travel destination.
Business
The big change in Japan comes as cities worldwide try to regulate house-sharing.
Black Voices
A police sergeant on the scene denied even knowing what Airbnb was.
Politics
At least 16 states debated bills to regulate the short-term rental industry this year. Only one, Indiana’s, was signed into law.
Videos
Airbnb for cars could change the way we get around, but traditional rental car companies want to put the brakes on these industry start-ups.