Forking over hefty delivery app fees has been a growing problem for many during the pandemic, but now some eateries are getting some high-tech help.
Even US-based boba producers will be impacted by the shipping snarl.
Animal control workers responded to calls from a woman scared that the 'animal' would enter someone's home
Safety regulators are warning people with kids and pets to immediately stop using a treadmill made by Peloton after one child died and nearly 40 others were injured.
A mother-daughter duo on Long Island is looking to give other cookie companies a run for their money.
The pandemic is making it harder to be a teenager. Remote learning is keeping many isolated, and for some, their mental health is being affected.
Pack your bags: A program in West Virginia announced it will pay remote workers $12,000 to move to the Mountain State.
German researchers analyzed the impacts of BPA, or bisphenol A — an industrial chemical often used in containers that store food and beverages — on fish and found “alarming” levels of nerve damage in the animals’ brains.
Leaving middle seats open and vacant on airplanes may significantly reduce a passenger’s risk of exposure to the coronavirus, a new study published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests.
A camera captured the end of the chase when an Audi violently smashed into the rear wheel of a passing truck, narrowly T-boning it.
As vaccinations continue to roll out and summer draws closer, many parents are wondering if it's safe to travel and participate in other activities with their kids.
Are you having a hard time getting a dishwasher, stove, or refrigerator? You are not alone.
Beginning April 19, restaurants can have indoor service until midnight, and the curfew for catered events will be until 1 a.m.
Gardens may have to go gnome-free this summer. One garden supply store said they hadn't seen a gnome in six months.
As the tri-state continues to reopen, restaurants are finding it more difficult to hire back the staff they need to support their business.
New research has found that most kids with a serious inflammatory illness linked to the coronavirus had no COVID-19 symptoms or just mild ones. Another small study found that many MIS-C patients also suffered neurological symptoms.
After living under COVID restrictions for over a year, you're not alone if you're finding interacting with people again a little awkward.
Toy shops around the country are struggling to keep fidgeting toys in stock.
There is science behind swearing and there are ways to get those dirty words out of our vocabulary.
Nathan Herber, 6, got a hero's welcome from his fellow classmates after completing his cancer treatments.