The Batmobile is full of amazing gadgets. On Friday, it was outfitted with its best yet: A booster seat. How else is Gotham’s bravest superhero supposed to get around town?
Now that we are in the height of cold and flu season, it’s time to defend yourself against the flu virus, starting with your home. Your home may feel tidy once the carpets and floors are vacuumed and counters dusted, ...
“We don’t have homes. We miss our homes, and we have nothing to eat,” one storm victim taking shelter in a church told CNN, looking into the camera, tearfully appealing to viewers around the world: “We really need help now.”
NASA has given the people of Earth a rare treat: A color mosaic that captures not only Saturn, but also the tiny dots of Earth and other planets in the background.
The last time a new PlayStation or Xbox hit the market, Facebook had fewer than 12 million users, a tablet was a pill and nobody outside of Apple had heard of a gadget called the iPhone.
Four Marines were killed Wednesday during a range maintenance operation at Camp Pendleton in California, the military said.
Former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin edged herself back into election politics Saturday, delivering a speech at an important Iowa gathering.
A second man has been arrested in connection with the deaths of a Mississippi family found shot in the woods, a sheriff said Thursday.
President Barack Obama acknowledged Wednesday the national health care law’s new website was “too slow” and too many people “have gotten stuck” in it.
Surveillance images and other materials that could shed light on the January death of a Georgia teen found inside a rolled up high school gym mat must be released to the boy’s parents, a Lowndes County judge ruled Wednesday.
David Welch hopped into his maroon Pontiac van last month and drove for hours. Without expressing where he was going, he kept on driving, police say.
A pair of Florida men and their female friend are experiencing a backlash over their controversial Halloween costumes after a picture of them went viral online over the weekend.
The New York state attorney general is investigating Macy’s Inc. and Barneys New York Inc. after multiple allegations of racial profiling in which Black customers say the New York City department stores targeted them because of their race.
Jermel Pierre Johnson was spotted drinking while driving about 10 p.m. Saturday in Farmington. Officer Matthew Keepin stopped Johnson, 32, of Waterbury, and ended up charging him with drunken driving, drinking while driving, and possession.
A young, beloved teacher found killed in the woods. A 14-year-old student in custody, charged with her murder.