(NEW YORK) -- It sounds like something out of a hidden-camera prank show, but someone made a very expensive mistake while preparing for an auction at Christie's this week.
The New York auction house announced on Sunday that someone had "ac... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- You know those pesky pop-ups advertising tech support for your computer? Be careful. The FBI highlights tech-support fraud as a growing trend in the agency's latest report on cybercrime.
The most common type of online crime s... Read More
(LOS ANGELES) -- In her address to the graduating students of the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism Friday morning, Oprah Winfrey delivered a speech that rivaled the one she made at the Golden Globe... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Kingsport, Tennessee, is staking a claim on the Long Island iced tea.
The city of Kingsport claims the popular cocktail was created in 1920s Prohibition-era Long Island, an island in the Holston River in Kingsport, by the lik... Read More
(FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.) -- The National Transportation Safety Board will investigate a deadly Tesla crash and fire that killed two Florida high school students, the agency said.
Barrett Riley and Edgar Monserratt, both seniors, were travel... Read More
(NEW YORK) --Germany, France and the U.K. vowed to maintain the Iran nuclear deal after America announced its intention to pull out Tuesday, but President Donald Trump’s plan to reimpose sanctions has already created economic uncertainty for Eu... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- When it comes to Mother's Day, Emily Thompson knows how to send the right message of love and gratitude in the language of flowers.
Thompson, whose floral shop in Manhattan is named after her, hails from Vermont but now lives... Read More
(RIALTO, Calif.) -- Police in California released body-camera footage connected to a controversial stop involving black Airbnb guests who accused the department of racial profiling.
The Rialto Police Department on Tuesday released the vide... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- At the end of March, there were almost as many job openings as unemployed people in the U.S., according to the Labor Department.
Data released on Tuesday showed about 6.55 million jobs that need to be filled, and seasonally a... Read More
Three black Airbnb guests who were questioned by cops plan to take legal action against California police department
(LOS ANGELES) -- Three black Airbnb guests are planning to take legal action against the Rialto Police Department in California after police responded to a 911 caller who wrongly reported a burglary at the location of their Airbnb stay.
A... Read More
Christy Turlington on building the nonprofit organization Every Mother Counts: 'What in the world moves you?'
(NEW YORK CITY) -- Shortly after giving birth to a perfectly healthy daughter, Christy Turlington began to experience postpartum complications. Turlington remembered how those first moments bonding with her daughter were cut short because of growing ... Read More