U.S. health officials plan to crack down on a growing number of unproven alternative remedies, focusing on products containing dangerous ingredients that have occasionally been linked to serious injury and death.
One of the world’s most famous hat makers, Borsalino, faces liquidation after a rescue plan was rejected by an Italian court on Monday.
Hundreds of Los Angeles area schools shut their doors on Thursday as raging wildfires wreaked havoc on Southern California, forcing about 200,000 people to flee and destroying hundreds of houses.
Did WhatsApp go down for you on Thursday afternoon? You aren’t alone. The Facebook-owned messaging service is experiencing a major global outage, which led to difficulties in accessing the app and sending messages to friends.
Ikea relaunched a recall of 29 million chests and dressers Tuesday after the death of an eighth child.
Honda announced today that it is recalling about 900,000 Odyssey minivans because second-row seats may tip forward if not properly latched after being adjusted, which has already caused several injuries to passengers.
The Republican-led House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved bipartisan legislation Thursday that would slap new sanctions on Iran for its pursuit of long-range ballistic missiles.
Would you let a stranger in your house to drop off a package? Amazon hopes so. The online retailer said Wednesday that it will launch a service next month called Amazon Key that would allow delivery people to walk into your home and drop off a box when you’re not there.
Toyota Motor Co. is recalling 347,120 Sienna minivans worldwide because they can shift out of the “park” position and roll away.
Two senior U.S. officials said on Monday that there was no evidence that the shooter who killed at least 50 people in Las Vegas was tied to any Islamic militant group, after ISIS publically claimed responsibility.
At least 50 people were killed and more than 200 wounded when a gunman opened fire on an outdoor music festival on the Las Vegas Strip, raining down rapid fire from the 32nd floor of a hotel for several minutes before he was shot dead by police, in the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
The wicked 2017 hurricane season began delivering more punishing blows Tuesday as Hurricane Maria raked across the Caribbean with “potentially catastrophic” winds of 160 mph. To the north, Hurricane Jose churned on a path to brush the Northeast coast with raging surf and potentially damaging gusts.
Six people died in a Hollywood, Florida, nursing home that had no air conditioning after Hurricane Irma knocked out power.
Hurricane Irma’s leading edge bent palm trees and spit rain as it swirled toward Florida with 120 mph winds Saturday on a projected new track that could expose Tampa – not Miami – to the storm’s worst fury.
Gas prices hit a high for the year on Labor Day as the effects of Harvey continued to shut in refineries.
Hurricane Irma strengthened into a dangerous Category 5 storm Tuesday as it roared toward the northeast Caribbean on a path that could take it to the United States.
There is an increasing chance that South Florida will be hit by Hurricane Irma — which is currently a Category 3 storm closing in on the Caribbean, and expected to grow to a category 4 — later this week and over the weekend, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) said this morning.
Is having a Beard Good for Your Health? A recent study from the University of Queensland says it likely is.
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.