Apps in a section of the Google Play store designed for kids have caused harm by breaking privacy laws, displaying adult content or using manipulative advertising, the FTC complaint alleges.
In the United States, 1.3 million more high school students use e-cigarettes now than in 2017.
CBS board denies former CEO his $120 million severance, claiming he destroyed evidence during the investigation of several women's reports of sexual misconduct and retaliation.
Federal Texas judge ruled the entire Affordable Care Act unconstitutional Friday, on the eve of the deadline for open enrollment across the United States.
Branson's Virgin Galactic rockets 51 miles into space; takes a leap for space tourism.
"My show could have run another five years, but I didn't…fall on the right side of Les Moonves," said Shepherd.
Want Starbucks delivered? Corporate expands service in 2,000 U.S. stores next spring.
The Library of Congress has announced 25 films inducted for 2018.
Senator Blocks, Stalls Agent Orange Bill; Proponents to Try Again Before Christmas.
Hospital cover-up? Photo-taking doctor allegedly sexually abused 1,000 kids.
The National Institutes of Health has launched a massive study to better understand the risks and benefits for children of using electronic devices.
The Bennet-Brown bill, also known as the American Family Act of 2017, would substantially expand the current Child Tax Credit to include all living below the poverty line in the United States.
Leader of high-end Seattle 'League of Extraordinary Gentlemen' prostitution ring sentenced, 30 other male members arrested.
Sonic Employees Arrested After Ecstasy Found in Toddler's Hamburger in Taylor, Texas.
Trade War Move? Authorities Detain Chinese Huawei Tech Officer in Canada.
Senate confirms Kathy Kraninger, Mulvaney protégé, to lead powerful Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Malala Yousafzia, Nobel Peace Prize winner, wins second Harvard activism award. She accepts the award Thursday at Harvard Kennedy School.
Disneyland denies misting tower as source of Legionnaires' outbreak.
U.S. Border Patrol agent indicted in shooting deaths of four women in rural Texas; prosecutors seek the death penalty.