A New York philanthropist bought and donated the contents of a West End toy store. Thousands of toys, stuffed animals, and school supplies were given to children in time for the Holidays.
Hundreds of thousands are still homeless in the US, despite federal, state, and local programs. Lack of affordable housing and declining wages may be the driving force.
While Amazon is jockeying for position on customers’ iPhones and in their mailboxes, others are reading the market differently – and taking a step back.
Skiers rejoice, but Denver travelers are grumbling — or stuck at home — as a storm dumps up to 20 inches of snow. Meteorologists say it's just the first taste of a record-setting El Niño.
Local fundraisers and online efforts are forming to support the victims' families and survivors of Friday night's attacks in France.
For the second year in a row, Lexington, Kentucky, is accepting food bank donations as payment for parking tickets. Other cities have adopted similar programs.
An emu has been eluding capture for 66 days in Delaware, prompting two elementary school lockdowns. How do you catch an emu?
Blizzard conditions, tornadoes, and heavy rain were spawned by cold and warm weather systems clashing in the Midwest. Bringing back memories of the 1975 'Witch of November.'
In the past 24 hours, 20 aircraft were hit by laser beams as they flew over the US, the FAA reported. The pilots of three planes near Dallas reported being hit by laser beams on Wednesday evening.
Despite federal initiatives to fight US obesity, rates continue to rise - especially among black and Hispanic women, says a new study.