A reporter had his car totally disabled by remote hacking.
Nestle withdrew the popular instant noodles after food safety regulators deemed them "hazardous."
The holiday weekend marks the start of some stupid behavior and many emergency room visits.
Many still believe they can safely do both at once.
The government vowed safety improvements after dozens die last year, but tour operators say the measures aren't enough.
Law enforcement officials from three agencies will be on hand to maintain order in and around St. Louis when a grand jury announces whether Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson will face charges in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
Wallenda's daredevil stunts—performed in Chicago Sunday night without a safety net or a harness—elicited both awe and criticism.
Investigators said that a feature for re-entering the atmosphere had deployed earlier, adding that pilot error could not be ruled out
A Michigan manufacturer is creating larger crash test dummies to reflect growing rates of obesity in the U.S.
"Mom, I'm fine!" A new feature allows users in the vicinity of natural disasters to ease the fears of friends and family.