A massive fire at the public works building in Henniker, N.H., destroyed the town's fleet of snow plows, ironically the night before a massive snowstorm. NECN's Glenn Marshall reports.
Jeep is recalling more than 228,000 SUVs worldwide to fix a software problem that can cause side air bags to inflate for no reason.
Scott Zabielski just can't believe what he won during the Super Bowl: $1 million and a new job.
The use of drones is growing dramatically. It's time for the law to catch up, writes Mary 'MIssy' Cummings.
SpaceX has released video of--what they say-- is the space rocket of the future. CNN's Rachel Crane reports.
DARPA, a Defense agency, is working on autonomous drones small enough to fit through an open window.
Americans know how much money they make, but scratch their heads about their single-largest monthly expense.
Opinion: Don't fall in love with data -- it doesn't explain everything and often sends misleading signals.
The New York Times reported that administration and military officials are edging toward providing "defensive" arms to Ukrainian forces.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott declared Feb. 2 as "Chris Kyle Day" in his state, honoring the late sniper as a petition drive also gets underway to consider him for the Medal of Honor.
Republicans are less likely to say vaccinations should be mandatory, while Democrats are now more likely to say they should be required.
Toledo, Ohio, Mayor Michael Collins has been hospitalized in critical condition after suffering a cardiac arrest while driving Sunday afternoon.
A woman spots a fire near her home, firefighters discover it's a burning body. WSMV's Tracy Kornet reports.
A 3-year-old boy shot his father and pregnant mother over the weekend inside a hotel room in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Target Corp. said on Monday that it plans to open 15 stores this year, including eight of its smaller-format TargetExpress stores and one CityTarget.
Pizza Hut eclipsed its sales record for its biggest digital sales day ever Sunday.