One person was killed and five were injured when a small plane crashed into two homes in Riverside Monday evening shortly after taking off from a nearby airport, leaving fiery wreckage that nearly destroyed one of the homes, officials said
Scientists were able to train bumblebees to perform a task. The bees were then able to teach other untrained insects the skill. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.
We kind of have to agree with Chrissy Teigen's demeanor. Aside from the shock ending, the 2017 Oscars were quite a snoozefest. If you happened to fall asleep too, Heather and Madison will catch you up on everything you missed.
The Steelers and Antonio Brown have agreed to a contract extension that will make him the highest-paid receiver in the NFL, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
A federal appeals court has rejected a lawsuit that sought to require labels on egg cartons indicating the conditions in which the chickens were raised
Amit Singhal, formerly senior vice president of engineering at Uber, has left the company because he reportedly failed to disclose that he left his previous workplace, Google, because of a sexual harassment allegation
The Asian Development Bank says developing countries in Asia and the Pacific will need to invest up to $1.7 trillion a year or $26 trillion through 2030 to maintain the region's growth momentum _ more than double the previous estimate in 2009
Authorities say at least one person is dead and five are injured after a small plane crashed into two homes and sparked a huge fire in Southern California
Everyone in Hollywood is STILL reeling from the way the 2017 Oscars ended. The wrong card was given to the presenters, La La Land was the presumed winner, then Moonlight snatched victory from the jaws of defeat at the last moment when the mix-up was revealed. Heather and Madison dissect the craziest moment of the Oscars. What did you think of the controversy? Let us know in the comments below.