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Toffler is also credited with having coined the term "information overload" to describe people's struggle to keep with exponentially expanding data.
Miss Teen USA is making a modern swap to its storied pageant.
Businesses, universities, and even the local government in Norfolk, Virginia, are trying to re-frame the risk of sea-level rise as an opportunity.
She was known as the baby in the box discovered by students in a dorm laundry room on campus, but now she's graduating from that very school.
Say goodbye to 'A Few Good Men.' The Marine Corps is dropping 19 gendered titles.
The Flathead County sheriff said Brad Treat, a law enforcement officer with the U.S. Forest Service, likely surprised the bear.
It has not been confirmed that the two bodies found near the Border Fire in the area of Potrero were killed by the blaze burning since June 19.
Jacob and Angela Boggus have made their 16-year-old son sleep in a tent in the back yard after he stole his little sister's iPod.
The weapon being offered by Second Amendment Sports is similar to the gun used to kill 49 people and wound dozens more in a gay nightclub June 12.
The dog was trapped under a car that landed in a creek after an accident. KOB's Joy Wang reports.
Members of the Canadian Parliament gave President Obama a standing ovation and one more request at the end of his speech Wednesday.
Before a rapturous Canadian House of Commons, Obama grappled with grim and chaotic news, and he talked up the "extraordinary" Canada-U.S. alliance.
Someone left Nicole Thompson a $500 tip at a suburban Chicago bar. Minutes later, he left her another $1,000.
Congress Passes PROMESA Act for Puerto Rico Debt Crisis
Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls told reporters Christy Sheats had a history of depression and suicide attempts and was on the brink of divorce.
President Obama says the world is better off thanks to the international order that the U.S-Canada relationship has built.
Emergency crews were called to Frontier City Park in Oklahoma after a rollercoaster stalled 100 feet in the air.
Some officials are concerned about possible plots coinciding with the July 4 holiday and Ramadan.
A Russian frigate allegedly kept moving closer to a U.S. destroyer under a false flag that indicated it had limited ability to maneuver.
The backlog at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has ballooned by 1400 percent since 2011, the agency's ombudsman said.