Brazil's vulnerable communities embrace urban farming as food insecurity rises during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fast-spreading mutant versions of the coronavirus are powering another uptick in infections in Europe
Bleary-eyed lawmakers are working through a mountain of amendments as the Senate plods toward passage of a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill
HBO Max said its new animated special, "The Runaway Bunny," will debut March 25.
Oscar-winning actor Nicolas Cage confirmed he has married for a fifth time.
Filmmaker Steven Spielberg's Amblin has announced it is adapting Stephen King's "The Talisman" for television.
A Black police officer in Florida was fired for using the n-word, but his police union wants him reinstated
A Black police officer in Florida was fired this week after footage from his body camera showed him using the N-word during a personal phone call and while making an arrest last November.
The New York State Senate passed a bill to repeal Gov. Andrew Cuomo's expanded emergency executive powers Friday.
At least six employees of CenterPoint Energy were transported to local hospitals Friday after what the company described as a "natural gas incident."
Tesla plans to shut down the forums section on its website as it launches a new social platform called the Tesla Engagement Platform, a move that’s raised the ire of a community of its most ardent supporters. Tesla first announced the
California might be the first state to give self-driving cars a deadline to electrify. In mid-February, a bill was quietly introduced into the California State Legislature that would require all autonomous vehicles to also be zero emission by 2025. Proposed Bill