Jefferson Graham hosts the daily news update, gadget review and interview show. July Talking Tech guests include Netflix's Phil Rosenthal, KTLA-TV's Rich DeMuro & Mike Reiss, a long-time writer for the Simpsons. Subjects this month the iOS App Store anniversary & how Selfies changed a neighborhood,
At least five tornadoes battered central Iowa Thursday afternoon, skimming roofs off buildings at two manufacturing plants, toppling the top of a courthouse clock tower and damaging numerous houses and vehicles.
Delivering a high-octane three-hour set, Kathy Griffin brought her Laugh Your Head Off World Tour to Hollywood on Thursday, and no one was spared — not even Kim Kardashian West.
State governments spent close to $39 billion, or about $120 per capita, on retirement funding in 2015. State pension liabilities can strain overall state finances, especially when the economy is already struggling, and even put funding of other programs at risk.
Donald Trump: If things don't work out with Vladimir Putin, 'I'll be the worst enemy he's ever had'
In an interview with CNBC, President Donald Trump defends his conduct with Vladimir Putin, but says he will turn on the Russian president if necessary.
Plastic surgeon 'Dr. Bumbum' arrested in Brazil after patient dies following butt enhancement surgery
Denis Furtado was performing a procedure to enlarge a patient's buttocks at his Rio de Janeiro home Saturday when the patient fell ill. He's accused of dropping her at the hospital and going on the run for five days.
The Pentagon is refusing to release a report by the non-partisan RAND Corp. that rates the risk of sexual assault for troops by installation.
To keep cool in the natural beauty, think in terms of three key characteristics: altitude, latitude and water.
Looking for his first major title since the 2008 U.S. Open, Tiger Woods is looking to improve on Thursday's round of even par at The Open Championship on Friday.
The Russian foreign ministry announced a #FreeMariaButina campaign Thursday to win freedom for a Russian woman arrested and charged in the U.S. with illegally acting as an agent of the Russian government.
The risk to human health from eating any aquatic animals that are living in the moldy-smelling, fluorescent green sludge-filled lakes, rivers and lagoons comes from an amino acid called BMAA, which has been linked to Alzheimer's and Lou Gehrig's disease.
A flurry of unexpected tornadoes swept through central Iowa, injuring at least 17 people and flattening buildings in three cities. Ten people were injured in Marshalltown and seven at a factory near Pella. No deaths were reported. (July 20)
A soon-to-be retiree with $2 million in assets and $400,000 in income is worried that he won't be able to afford to retire. Pete the Planner tries to help with suggestions about budgeting in retirement.
Adoption from other countries is down 80 percent since its peak. Why do we make this hard? America is pro-adoption; the State Department should be, too.
Mercedes has given Formula One driver Valtteri Bottas a new one-year contract for 2019 with the option for an extra year
Kavanaugh holds extreme environmental views that were deal breakers for other Donald Trump nominees. That means we have a chance to defeat him.
Millennials take risky approach to financing home purchases: 1 in 3 say they tapped their retirement accounts to get into their dream home, a Bank of the West survey found.
The Trump administration and the American Civil Liberties Union are due back in court, 'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again,' is set for nationwide theater release, the Mega Millions jackpot will push past $400 million and more news you need to know on Friday.
The underlying issue is in the casual racism of perceiving people of color as dangerous and their everyday activities as threatening.
William Nguyen, from Houston, Texas, was arrested June 10 during protests in the southern commercial hub of Ho Chi Minh City against a proposed law on special economic zones that many say would benefit Chinese investors.