Earlier this month, a man opened fire on a Philadelphia policeman. The suspect later told police he did it for ISIS, but authorities have found no link between him and the extremist group.
State media reported that the isolated nation has detained a student from the University of Virginia for "committing anti-republic activities."
We're in the middle of an El Niño that's already caused weather-related disasters and will last at least several more months. Now for the good news.
The presidential candidate says a jalapeno a day helps keep her healthy on the campaign trail. Turns out, she could be onto something. A large recent study linked a spicy food habit to longevity.
Two weeks ago, Kenyans finally got access to Netflix. But we still don't know if they'll binge happily every after.
Born in Korea, raised in Oklahoma, Danny Bowien was an adult when he taught himself to make Chinese food. That DIY vibe to his cooking has made him a rising star. Now he's written a cookbook.
Restaurant critic Pete Wells tries to keep the customer in mind with all of his reviews. "We show awful lot of deference to chefs in our culture and maybe not enough deference to customers," he says.
It fits in your hand, can connect to Wi-Fi and has Bluetooth. The $9 CHIP promises to be a teaching tool that's also fun to play with. It's just one of several low-cost computers hitting the market.
Founder Dani Rylan launched the league in October with teams in Boston, Buffalo, Connecticut and New York City. For girls who want to play pro, she says, the NWHL can turn dreams into reality.
Companies that opt out of state workers' comp laws say the Employee Retirement Income Security Act will ensure injured workers get justice. But an NPR investigation found that may not be true.