Coronavirus-related scams have proliferated in recent weeks. According to the Federal Trade Commission, some businesses have already been reprimanded for misleading claims around coronavirus treatments and cures.
The city-size asteroid that hit Earth 66 million years ago and doomed the dinosaurs to extinction came from a steep angle, maximizing the amount of climate-changing gases unleashed into the atmosphere, a new study has found.
Here's a collection curated of what's arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week.
The nation's rental car companies are in deep trouble. And that's another blow for the already struggling auto industry.
Watch now: Here's video of the incident in which a white woman called police on a black man in Central Park after a dispute about her unleashed dog.
Researchers say two species of fish roamed the seas about 40 to 45 million years ago with fangs and a single saber tooth. Their closest living relatives? Anchovies.
Want to raise a non-picky eater? Stop demanding your child eat and stop restricting the foods they do eat, a new study says.
The death Monday night after a struggle with officers was under investigation by the FBI and state law enforcement authorities.
A combined billions of years of evolutionary history has produced remarkable creatures such as the punk-haired Mary River turtle, the yellow eyed Aye Aye lemur and the Chinese crocodile. Researchers warn they're threatened.
White's joyful spirit has gone nowhere.
Because this is definitely not the best time to call a locksmith.
Americans settled for small processions and online tributes instead of parades Monday as they observed Memorial Day in the shadow of the pande…
Here's a look back at sports happenings on this date in history, May 26:
Jumping between high-rise buildings, launching themselves off cliffs and gliding across rooftops are commonplace for parkour group Storror.
These vases will stick anywhere!
A photographer used a projector to cast large images of the veterans onto the homes of their loved ones, who looked out from doors and windows. The resulting portraits show both the towering place each veteran held in their loved ones' lives — and the sadness left behind. Here are their stories:
If you've ever sold an old smartphone or laptop, you probably thought to wipe the hard drive first to protect your privacy. When we sell a car or return a rental car, a similar thought may not cross our minds, but cybersecurity experts say it should.