When the video starts, 4-month-old Georgina silently stares at the camera. Then her mother says, "OK, so we've just turned your hearing on. Can you say hello to everybody?"
A college student and avid motorcyclist has created a prototype helmet that uses technology in hopes of keeping bikers safer than they've ever been on the roads.
For the past four or five years during the holiday season, Kathy Ouma has been putting out snacks and refreshments for the delivery drivers who drop Christmas packages at her front door.
A World War II veteran who was the second-to-last man to escape the USS Arizona during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor will be interred on the ship's wreckage on Saturday.
One of the three people killed in Friday's shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola was a sailor and former US Naval Academy sportsman who said he was looking forward to becoming a military jet pilot.
Denuclearization is off the table in negotiations with the United States, North Korea's ambassador to the United Nations said in a statement Saturday.
The quest for the unknown revealed exciting new discoveries this year. California Academy of Sciences researchers discovered 71 new animal and plant species in 2019.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards is feeling good. He just won re-election, and now he's making a splashy bet on Saturday's LSU-Georgia game for the SEC Championship.
The Saudi Arabian military officer who fatally shot three people at US Navy base in Florida appeared to have extreme anti-American views, according to a report on the website of a noted intelligence group.
California utility giant Pacific Gas and Electric has agreed to pay $13.5 billion to individuals affected by several recent fires in the state, the company announced Friday night.
That it was Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud and not his son, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who called President Trump speaks to how seriously the kingdom is treating Friday's shooting at a US military base that involved a Saudi national.
Three of the four teenagers who escaped from a Nashville juvenile detention center have now been caught, police said in a tweet.
Have you heard of hygge? The trendy Danish term describes a deep quality of coziness, hominess or well-being. You can experience hygge while cuddled up around the fire with your honey, sharing a big meal with your friends, or just enjoying a quiet, solitary moment of peace and belonging. Of …
An 8-year-old girl visiting her father at a Virginia prison was strip searched last month in violation of state policy, authorities said.
Twenty-two families will spend the holidays without their loved ones after the El Paso Walmart shooting, but one family's light display is reminding everyone that the city is "El Paso Strong."
The Christmas parade in Wake Forest, North Carolina, has been a local tradition for more than 70 years. But this year, it's being canceled because of safety concerns following the participation of local Confederate sympathy groups.
Three square miles of volcanic rock on the edge of the East China Sea may one day be used as an unsinkable aircraft carrier for the United States Navy in the event of war in Asia.
Closing arguments are expected Monday in the trial of the man accused of killing two doctors in their Boston penthouse in May 2017.
A South Carolina sheriff's deputy is under investigation after she unintentionally shot the mother of a shoplifting suspect while attempting to make an arrest, officials said.
The two Defense Department civilian workers who were killed when a US sailor opened fire at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard earlier this week have been identified.
A site on the Detroit River that was used to produce radioactive materials during World War II collapsed last week, raising concerns about whether the adjacent water supply is safe to drink.
A man who was the instigator behind a false feel-good story that raised more than $400,000 as part of a GoFundMe scam plead guilty Friday in New Jersey court, according to prosecutors.
On Sunday, SpaceX's Dragon capsule will dock at the International Space Station, bringing supplies, experiments including "mighty mice" -- oh, and a friendly robot to keep the astronauts company for the next three years.
The bomb cyclone that pounded the West Coast last week brought with it some of the tallest waves ever recorded off the California coast.
Saturday marks the 78th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack, and one of the three remaining survivors of the USS Arizona will attend the annual ceremony in Hawaii.
Just two days after a US sailor shot two civilians and injured another at a Pearl Harbor Naval shipyard in Hawaii, another gunman opened fire inside Naval Air Station Pensacola on Friday, killing at least three people, and himself, and injuring several others.
Ahhhh yes, the chill of winter has descended upon us once again. And that means the time has come to slip on your fluffiest socks, snuggle up next to a crackling fire, and bask in the smoky scent of....chicken?
Cutting an NFL player is rarely an easy decision. But this one was harder than most, when the Cleveland Browns waived defensive end Chris Smith this week.
For the first time, Muhammad is one of the top 10 most popular baby names for boys in the United States, according to data from the parenting website BabyCenter.
Strangers now recognize Brandt Jean after he publicly forgave the former Dallas police officer who killed his older brother in his own apartment.
The scene was a nightmare: After a long, televised police chase of a hijacked UPS truck ground to a halt at a jammed South Florida intersection, gunfire erupted seemingly from everywhere Thursday evening — with vehicles stopped at a traffic light serving as officers' impromptu shields.
Most Christmas sweaters are made of plastic and are likely to contribute to plastic pollution in the world's oceans, an environmental charity has warned.
UPS employee Frank Ordonez was killed Thursday after armed robbery suspects hijacked the UPS truck he was driving and led police on a chase that ended in a fatal shootout in Broward County, Florida, his brother said.
The gunman in a deadly shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida was a second lieutenant in the Saudi Arabian military involved in flight training at the station, US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper said Friday.
Saudi Arabia has just pulled off the biggest IPO in history, raising a head-spinning $25.6 billion by selling shares of its huge state-owned oil monopoly, Saudi Aramco.
The four-team field for the College Football Playoff will be revealed Sunday, and depending on this weekend's conference championship games the selection committee's task will either be straightforward or tricky.
Entertainer R. Kelly has been indicted by a New York grand jury with one count of bribery, and the New York Times is reporting that the charge is related to obtaining a false ID so he could marry a 15-year-old singer.
Dozens of polar bears have "invaded" a village in Russia's far north in search for food, prompting "bear patrols" around the village and halting public activities, officials said. Environmentalists say climate change might be to blame.
The annual commemoration ceremony marking the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor will continue as planned Saturday, three days after a US sailor killed two civilian workers and injured another before killing himself at the US naval base.