Researchers are turning to high-tech tools, like the Fitbit, to find new ways to combat growing waistlines.
New warnings are emerging of a security flaw that cyber experts say may pose a serious threat to computers.
The University of Baltimore is making it OK to read comic books in class, and even will give you college credit for it.
"Bendgate" might be particularly troubling for those who wear skinny jeans.
Longtime technology guru Ray Ozzie wants to bring back the emotions of the human voice to phones.
The Minnesota Twins have fired manager Ron Gardenhire.
Here's a look at the big sports stories making headlines today, Monday, Sept. 29.
Baltimore, Houston, and Detroit missed the playoffs last season but on Sunday they looked serious about crashing the next postseason party.
Derek Jeter fittingly ended his MLB career with a hit, chopping a high-hopper and beating it out for a third-inning, RBI-single.
With top Europeans plying their trade on the U.S. PGA Tour, it is the Americans who arrive at the Ryder Cup hoping to produce an upset.
Toyota is recalling Tacoma 4X4 and Tacoma pre-runner pickup trucks to fix issues with the vehicles' rear suspension system.
A suspected arsonist operating in Washington state is believed to have ignited nearly two dozen fires in three weeks.
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Afghanistan will sign a crucial security agreement allowing the U.S. to leave a small contingent of troops in the country beyond this year.
The retailer plans to hire thousands more workers than last year.
Some in the GOP fear that conservative activists would have unrealistic expectations if Republicans run both the House and Senate.
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Michael Jackson's epic 14-minute music video is going to be re-released next year.
The pop superstar has canceled more U.S. shows after struggling to recover from a viral infection.
The U2 frontman denies the band's recent album giveaway is undercutting other artists.
The actor says he was moved by the city and its economic struggles.