General Motors Co. is recalling about 4 million vehicles worldwide to fix an air bag software defect.
Texas mattress merchant apologizes for mattress sale ad showing “Twin Towers” of mattresses being knocked down.
A federal judge is set to deliver a key ruling on the four-state Dakota Access pipeline that has drawn thousands of protesters.
Nissan is recalling over 120,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. because brake fluid could leak and cause fires.
The FAA warned passengers not to turn on new-model Samsung smartphone during flights following reports of the devices catching fire.
Roughly 5,300 employees at Wells Fargo were fired in connection with this behavior.
You may soon have more options for a cable box than renting one from your cable company.
Montana woman found dead in trunk of her car after calling husband, telling him she’d been kidnapped.
The 3-foot-by-5-foot flag went on display Thursday at the National Sept. 11 Museum.
Wal-Mart says a display of Coke cans stacked to look like the World Trade Center has been removed from a Florida store.
A team of independent investigators examined the Verruckt water slide Wednesday, one month after a 10-year-old boy was killed on the ride.
The lawsuit alleges that the pipeline could impact drinking water for more than 8,000 tribal members and millions downstream.
Sheriff: Student dies of apparent self-inflicted gunshot after shooting, injuring another student at Texas high school.
The U.S. Olympic Committee and USA Swimming announced the penalties Thursday.
Ford is adding about 1.5 million cars, SUVs and vans to a recall for doors that can pop open while the vehicles are moving.