Authorities said a customer shot a barbersshop employee in Katy, Texas, after returning to fix a haircut that had been given to his 13-year-old son.
Approximately 1,092 pounds of ready to eat pork sausage products shipped to Illinois and New York might be contaminated.
"While the product was distributed to schools, it resulted from a commercial sale and was not part of the food provided by the USDA for the National School Lunch Program," the FSIS said.
"Two-factor authentication is more than needed," a security researcher told Newsweek. "People have to understand that they will not have any privacy with this kind of product."
The Steam Winter Sale 2019 started on December 19 and will run for two weeks, ending on January 2, 2020.
As Boeing's Starliner marks its historic maiden voyage to space, we look at what the launch means for the commercial space travel industry.
If Wawa customers have shopped in stores between March 4 and December 12, 2019, it is highly likely that their data could have been compromised
Residents of the Washington DC and surrounding areas have reported Xfinity outages apparently due to planned maintenance work.
The 61-year-old is suspected to have died from hypothermia or carbon monoxide poisoning.
Officers later told the customer that the incident was a civil issue and not a police matter.
Bakeries across the U.S. are celebrating National Cupcake Day with free and discounted cupcakes and giveaways.
Douglas Miguel Rodriguez, a victim of the Jersey City shooting on Tuesday, intended to return to his home country, his family said.
Cartons of soup produced by Canyon Creek Soup Co. Ltd. were found to contain wheat and soy allergens.
On Friday, Ford issued a recall of nearly half a million vehicles in the U.S., citing an issue that may cause carpeting to catch fire.
On Tuesday, Dallas resident Ruth Balloon made the shocking discovery that $37 million dollars had deposited in her account at LegacyTexas Bank.
A suspected cyberattack has prompted the shutdown of all city government computers in New Orleans.
Krispy Kreme is celebrating December 12 with a Day of the Dozens deal, offering customers twelve donuts for just $1.
Winter weather caused school closings and delays across the country.
The technology company is offering 20,000 deals across the U.S. in all 50 states.
Austin police have charged 21-year-old Samuel Hemmit with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after a bizarre incident at the Taco Bell he worked at.
Arielle Haspel's Lucky Lee advertised itself as a Chinese eatery for people who cared about health and the quality of ingredients.
The Turner Diaries, which inspired the 1995 Oklahoma bombing, are being online by several major retailers, along with other white supremacist and pro-Confederate materials.
"A compromised account would allow the hacker to remotely use Ring's built-in two-way chat feature and access all Ring devices associated to that account," one security expert told Newsweek.
The fourth collaboration between the rapper and shoe brand is limited-edition and will be available to purchase online and in select stores.
Peter Teich, from Cambridge, U.K., said his inheritance was put in someone else's bank account and that person refused to return the money.
In a tweet Saturday, NYPD Commissioner Dermot F. Shea said the determination was made after a thorough investigation by Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison.
The airline said that the passenger received medical treatment after the plane landed in Atlanta.
A journalist claimed that a Southwest flight attendant threatened to have his wife removed from a flight.
Hollywood Police in South Florida are searching for the woman, who they say is wanted on charges of armed burglary and aggravated assault.
Henry Junior Harvey, 69, was detained at his home yesterday and charged with battery, the Lee County Sheriff's Office said in a charge report published online.