It wouldn't be easy to make video gaming the next Olympic sport, but it would add something important to the tradition.
A new government ruling will make it easier for law enforcement to hack into your computer.
Universal's theme parks in Orlando, Osaka and Los Angeles are getting Nintendo-themed attractions.
Police stopped the 11-year-old driver before he hurt himself or anyone else.
The service offers four channel bundles and launches Nov. 30.
Even the Clinton campaign acknowledged the recount efforts probably won't do much to change the results.
A judge ruled that Bridge International Academies' schools weren't properly licensed, used unqualified teachers and provided unsanitary conditions.
The laptop breached wasn't a Navy computer.
Donald Trump wants to give a big tax cut to corporations to bring manufacturing back to the U.S., but it's probably not that simple.
For the second time in just five months, an app helped stop a potential break-in at a Waldo home.
Censoring posts could help Facebook gain access to users in China, where it has been banned since 2009.
A new study claims Google's top search result pages were 40 percent more likely to have a left or far-left slant.