Chinese Apple users are facing a wave of cyberattacks -- not from cybercriminals, but from their own government.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has some really bad timing.
A weatherman had a dog on set during his forecast segment to promote animal adoption, but things didn't go as planned.
Norman Lear, TV producer legend, sings his favorite theme song and stresses the importance of laughter in tough times.
The outgoing U.S. attorney general said he is "cautiously optimistic" when it comes to Washington and Colorado's experiment with marijuana legalization.
Up to three Ebola-infected travelers might board an international flight each month in West Africa, researchers say.
In all likelihood, the 91 Cuban health workers heading to West Africa on Tuesday will face the most perilous assignment of their careers.
CNN and several other Turner-owned cable channels have disappeared from Dish Network homes due to a contractual dispute between the two companies.
President Obama voted early in Chicago on Monday, where a man jokingly told him not to touch the woman in the next booth.
The San Diego district attorney will not file sexual misconduct charges against Republican congressional candidate Carl DeMaio.
Legendary fashion designer Oscar de la Renta, who spent half a century putting high society in haute couture, has died. He was 82.
President Obama now says the Constitution backs same-sex marriage. He made the remark to CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin in The New Yorker.
Almost every episode of "The Simpsons" (556 and counting!) has started with Springfield's favorite family running home to watch TV.
King Tutankhamun's golden, mummified remains tell only a partial story of an ancient Egyptian boy king who died under mysterious circumstances.
Federal safety regulators and Toyota Motor are stepping up efforts to get car owners to bring in cars whose airbags might explode, sending metal fragments into the driver and other passengers.
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Sigrid Fry-Revere says the National Organ Transplant Act has caused more Americans to die waiting for an organ than died in both World Wars, Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iraq