Ford on Track to Make 50,000 Ventilators in 100 Days
Automotive manufacturer Ford is partnering with GE Healthcare to help address ventilator shortages.
Humpback whale in New York Harbor ready for closeup at Statue of Liberty
A humpback whale ready for its close-up frolicked in front of the Statue of Liberty, One World Trade Center and other iconic sights on Tuesday.
BREAKING: Biden Has Won, Major News Networks Are Announcing
Joe Biden has won the presidency, according to Associated Press, CNN, MSNBC, and others.
Twitter Reacts to 'Mike Pence's Fly'
After the Vice-Presidential 2020 Debate, "Mike Pence's Fly" is what's trending on Twitter!
H&M Clothing Chain Announces Closure of 250 Stores
After losing revenue during the COVID-19 pandemic, clothing retailer H&M will close five percent of its retail spaces.
Disney+ Releases Premiere Date for The LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special
Celebrate Star Wars' Life Day for the holidays!
5 Interesting Facts About the Late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
As we mourn the loss of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, let's reflect on some of her positive moments as "The Notorious RBG."
Is This a UFO or Blimp? Take Our Poll
After a Pittsburgh Steelers/New York Giants game at MetLife Stadium on Monday, people spotted what they thought was an unidentified flying object in the sky. Drivers started pulling over and recording the footage. Later, Goodyear confirmed it was just a blimp. But was it?
Smoke From the Western Wildfires Arrived on the East Coast as Haze
If you noticed a hazy sky blanketing the sun, you're not alone.
How to Pronounce 'Isaias,' the Tropical Storm Hitting the East Coast
Tropical Storm Isaias is making its way up the East Coast, but how in the world do you pronounce it?
Legendary TV Host Regis Philbin Has Died
Well-known TV host Regis Philbin has passed away. At 88 years old, he died of natural causes, his family said.
The Run-Around: The Fight for Justice Hits Running Communities Nationwide
The past weekend alone saw several running groups come together to raise awareness about racial injustice.
RECALL: Ground Beef Sold at Walmart, Other Stores for Possible E. Coli
On Saturday, the USDA announced a recall for 43,000 pounds of ground beef products, sold under brand names including Thomas Farms and Marketside Butcher. This recall has been classified as Class I, which is a health hazard situation where there is a reasonable probability that the use of the product will cause serious, adverse health consequences or death. It is the highest risk of recall classifications.
Moving Day at the White House: How It All Happens in Under 6 Hours (And How It Will Be Different This Year)
On Inauguration Day, White House staffers only have a mere six hours to move the previous president out and move the new president in. But this year will be a little different.
Kirstie Alley Takes to Twitter, and You May Be Surprised By What She's Tweeting
Kirstie Alley tweets about censorship, which raises a good question about the First Amendment. Whether you agree with her politics or not, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is showing concern over Twitter's banning actions.
Target Stores Will Be Closed Thanksgiving 2021, and Customers Are Applauding
After strong sales in November and December, the retail giant has already decided to keep its doors closed on Thanksgiving Day 2021.
West Virginia’s New River Gorge Just Became Our Newest National Park
It’s wild. It’s wonderful. It’s a new US National Park in West Virginia!
2 Gorillas Test Positive for COVID at San Diego Zoo
At least two gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park have tested for the novel coronavirus, as reported by the zoo officials on Monday.
Siegfried Fischbacher of 'Siegfried & Roy' Fame Dies at 81
Stage performer and magician Siegfried Fischbacher passed away Wednesday from pancreatic cancer. His death was preceded by his longtime partner only eight months ago.
Toyota slows Tundra production in San Antonio amid semiconductor shortage
The auto industry globally is being affected by the shortage of chips, which are made primarily of silicon and are found in nearly all computerized devices.
U.S. Supreme Court agrees to review San Antonio’s appeal in hotel tax case
The Supreme Court granted the city’s petition for certiorari Friday, almost eight months after a three-judge panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a lower court ruling directing the city to pay court costs.
President Trump Impeached By House
On Wednesday, January 13, the House impeached President Donald Trump, for a second time—this marks as the first time a U.S. president has been impeached twice.
RECALL: Weis and Klein's Ice Cream for Potential Contaminants
The ice cream being recalled may have pieces of metal mixed in with the product, causing a potential choking hazard.
Girl Scouts to Offer Delivery of Cookies Via Grubhub
The Girls Scout of the U.S.A. is partnering with Grubhub to deliver cookies safely this season. Get your cookies delivered for free with a $15 purchase through February 14.
KFC Seeks to Compete in the 'Chicken Sandwich Wars'
You can get notified when the new sandwich is available in your area.