The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Monday that two children have reportedly coughed out pieces of the whistle.
President Obama urges the FCC to maintain net neutrality.
The change in China visa extensions is expected to be a boon for the U.S. economy and Hawaii as well.
City of Alamogordo is selling beaten up cartridges on eBay, and they’re going for hundreds of dollars each.
A Rottweiler named Isis, extremely skinny and visibly scared, was stranded for several days.
The gown and stole from her “Material Girl” video sold for more than $70,000.
But even with a conceal-and-carry permit, teachers are not allowed to bring guns to schools, which are considered gun-free zones.
This is just low. Police say a man profited after a tragedy on the tracks.
Reports in Texas indicate the meteor, likely a small rock or piece of space debris, entered the atmosphere at about 8:45 p.m.
If you “unfollow” someone in the heat of the moment and decide you miss their cat photos, bring up the list of recently un-followed people a…
No sooner had authorities announced the shuttering of an alleged illegal online drug bazaar than another popped up claiming to take its plac…
Facebook Inc. says that, over the coming week, its users will see an option to donate to three nonprofits fighting Ebola.
The move comes amid disturbing allegations that the maker knew a decade ago that its airbags were potentially lethal to drivers and passenge…
(CNN) — A false positive on a breast cancer exam can be a frightening thing, but a new 3-D test could reduce those false readings, and allow…
A GPS locator from a Virginia company helped break the case of the kidnapped Philadelphia woman.
An Uber customer says she was charged more than $90 for a three-mile ride. She says the company told her the price was normal.
Members of Congress are eligible for a pension after just five years in office. But most can’t start drawing full payments until age 62.
UAB researchers have cured diabetes in lab mice using a commonly prescribed blood pressure medication, Verapamil.
Arnold Abbott has been ministering to the hungry for more than two decades. But, a new city ordinance now makes his act of kindness a crime.
It’s mission accomplished for little green army men.