The “Heroes” franchise relaunches tonight with “Heroes Reborn” on NBC.
A single mother and student in Nashville had to bring her son to school with her.
The “Normal Barbie” made by Lammily has a new accessory to help teach young girls about menstruation.
A Louisiana couple is facing charges after authorities say they left their baby on a beach shoreline while they took a jog in the nude.
A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday the Batmobile vehicle is entitled to copyright protection.
The CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals is at the center of a growing controversy over alleged price gouging.
A 24-year-old man has been charged with elder abuse for allegedly punching a 78-year-old man over a free Nutella sample.
Many apps are designed to protect your family. Safety apps can track and share your location with trusted family and friends.
A Michigan woman who won a $1 million lottery prize didn’t know about it for months.
A judge has ruled that the company that has been collecting royalties for the song “Happy Birthday To You” does not hold a copyright.
A mother is upset after an elementary teacher in a small Oklahoma town forced her 4-year-old son to write with his right hand.
The suit was filed in federal court in San Francisco by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
Nicole Crandall had 81 parachute jumps to her credit, including 19 this season, when she went skydiving September 5 at Eagle Creek.
A 7-year-old Overland Park boy, Dylan Barnes, recently made a viral video to Taylor Swift’s hit “Shake It Off”.
The Peanuts movie is scheduled to hit theaters on Nov. 6. and the creators wanted everyone to have a little fun.