Air Canada has confirmed today that they will honor tickets that were priced without a fuel surcharge due to a glitch that lasted for four hours on Sunday morning, leading to unimaginably cheap fares – such as $200 tickets from Miami to Tel Aviv.
Scrolling through an ad-free Instagram is now a distant memory, much like the once ad-free Facebook itself. Soon, users of its Messenger app will begin to see advertisements, too — and WhatsApp may not be too far behind.
Introducing Mitzvah Boulevard Live!, a fun-filled show of clapping, dancing, and singing based upon the Mitzvah Boulevard DVDs that kids know and love.
The New York Times on Thursday profiled a Lubavitcher cybersecrurity expert who believes he found the “atomic bomb” of malware attacks that is lurking undetected, waiting to be set off to devastate computer systems around the world.
Drinking even moderate amounts of alcohol is linked to changes in brain structure and an increased risk of worsening brain function, scientists say.
Amazon is offering a sizeable discount on its Prime membership for people who receive government assistance. Customers that possess a valid Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card, used for programs such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Programs, or food stamps, will pay $5.99 per month.
Terrorism struck the United Kingdom once again tonight, after a vehicle mowed down pedestrians on the London Bridge before the occupants got out and began stabbing patrons at nearby bars and restaurants.
Graco is recalling more than 25,000 car seats because the harness webbing can break in a crash and may not keep children restrained.
President Donald Trump’s budget would drive millions of people off of food stamps, part of a new wave of spending cut proposals coming from Capitol Hill.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Wednesday that the state will allow testing of autonomous vehicles on public roads.
In a major victory for President Trump, the House has voted to dismantle the pillars of the Affordable Care Act and make sweeping changes to the nation’s health care system.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order today, Thursday, making it easier for religious organizations such as synagogues and churches to actively participate in politics without risking their tax-exempt status, and to protect faith-based groups from being forced to pay for abortion services under Obamacare.
WhatsApp, the world’s most popular messaging platform, is currently experiencing an outage, affecting its over one billion users around the globe.
The math behind your credit score is getting an overhaul, with changes big enough that they might alter the behavior of both cautious spenders as well as riskier borrowers.
Crayola is about to do something it has never done in its 100-year history: retire a crayon color from its ubiquitous 24-pack of crayons that were a staple of nearly every American’s childhood.
Two people have died and other people are being treated for “catastrophic” injuries after an attack near parliament on Wednesday, British news agency Press Association reported, citing a junior doctor at a central London hospital.
The FBI is warning about a frightening new scam known as ‘Virtual Kidnapping’ – an elaborate plot that makes you think your child has been abducted, which they say is becoming more and more common.
The Senate on Tuesday confirmed school choice advocate Betsy DeVos as Education secretary by the narrowest of margins, with Vice President Mike Pence breaking a 50-50 tie in a historic vote.
President Trump early Thursday echoed his national security adviser’s comments a day earlier that Iran is now formally “on notice” for firing a ballistic missile.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday nominated Neil Gorsuch for a lifetime job on the U.S. Supreme Court, picking the 49-year-old federal appeals court judge to restore the court’s conservative majority and help shape rulings on divisive issues such as abortion, gun control, the death penalty and religious rights.
The federal court for the Eastern District of New York has reportedly issued an emergency stay temporarily halting the removal of individuals detained after President Trump’s order banned immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S.
Five Iraqi passengers and one Yemeni were barred from boarding an EgyptAir flight from Cairo to New York on Saturday after President Donald Trump halted the entry of citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries, sources at Cairo airport said.