A storm that arrived postcard-pretty in the nation's capital Friday was morphing into a painful, even paralyzing blizzard with gale-force winds pushing heavy snow and coastal flooding. One in seven Americans could get at ...
Shoppers raided grocery and hardware stores, bishops excused Catholics from Sunday Mass and the nation's capital was shutting down Friday, just ahead of a gnarly blizzard that will blanket much of the Eastern United States ...
The final destination is a mystery, but General Motors is taking another step on its fast-moving journey into new ways of getting around.
John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City has started using new face recognition technology.
Counting every raindrop or measuring every gust of wind is impossible, but New York is getting closer with a uniquely extensive statewide system of automated weather stations that should paint a dramatically clearer picture ...
One of the holiday's hottest presents is now considered contraband at many U.S. colleges.
A Latvian computer code writer who admitted a role in spreading a virus to over a million computers worldwide, including some at NASA, can return home after serving over 20 months in prison.
Riding a "hoverboard" will zip you around town and make you the coolest person in the neighborhood. But it might also be risky.
A tiny light bulb hooked up to a computer lights up, and Antonio Rojas-Rodriguez smiles.
(HealthDay)—People with darker skin are about one-third more likely to have potentially dangerous pigment "spots" on their palms and soles, a new study finds.