Here’s What to Expect If Your Flight Was Canceled During Technology Outage

Here’s What to Expect If Your Flight Was Canceled During Technology Outage

Social media was flooded Friday with photos and video of passengers stranded at airports due to a widespread computer issue. Here's what to expect if you are among them:

EA Sports College Football 25 Launched

EA Sports College Football 25 Launched

EA Sports College Football 25, among the most highly anticipated sports video games, has hit the market.

Over 250,000 Vintage NASA Images Added to National Archives Catalog

Over 250,000 Vintage NASA Images Added to National Archives Catalog

Over 250,000 images related to NASA’s work over six decades are now available for public viewing via the National Archives Catalog.

Paris Police Install Barrier at River Seine, Preparing for Olympics

Paris Police Install Barrier at River Seine, Preparing for Olympics

A different kind of iron curtain was installed across central Paris on Thursday, with the beginning of an Olympics anti-terrorism perimeter along the banks of Seine.

After Reshaping Las Vegas, The Mirage to be Reinvented, Part of Hard Rock Makeover

After Reshaping Las Vegas, The Mirage to be Reinvented, Part of Hard Rock Makeover

The Mirage is about to vanish from Las Vegas Strip.

Dump Cake Dessert With Jill of All Trades

Dump Cake Dessert With Jill of All Trades

Jill Washburn features a simple and tasty dessert, a lemon and blueberry dump cake, in her latest installment of Jill of All Trades.

Walmart Retools ‘No Boundaries’ Clothing Line to Appeal to Gen Z

Walmart Retools ‘No Boundaries’ Clothing Line to Appeal to Gen Z

Walmart plans to revamp its 30-year-old No Boundaries brand for teenagers and young adults on Tuesday, with a new 130-piece fall collection aimed at Generation Z.

World’s Rarest Whale May Have Washed Ashore in New Zealand

World’s Rarest Whale May Have Washed Ashore in New Zealand

The carcass of a rare spade-tooth whale washed up on the shore of a South Island beach, providing New Zealand researchers with an interesting specimen to study.

In Rare Appearance, Princess Kate Hands Alcaraz the Wimbledon Trophy

In Rare Appearance, Princess Kate Hands Alcaraz the Wimbledon Trophy

Kate, the Princess of Wales, handed Carlos Alcaraz the champion's trophy after the Wimbledon men's final on Sunday.

Costco Raising Membership Fees for First Time in 7 Years

Costco Raising Membership Fees for First Time in 7 Years

Costco Wholesale membership fees for individuals to rise by $5 for U.S. shoppers starting in September

Hatch Recalls Over Nearly 1 Million Power Adapters Sold with Baby Sound Machines

Hatch Recalls Over Nearly 1 Million Power Adapters Sold with Baby Sound Machines

A California company is recalling nearly 1 million baby sound machine power adapters due to a shock hazard.

TSA Reports New Daily Record of 3 Million Airline Passengers

TSA Reports New Daily Record of 3 Million Airline Passengers

More than 3 million people passed through airport security Sunday, the first time that many passengers have been screened in one day, according to the U.S. Transportation Security Administration.

How to Stay Prepared as 2024’s Hurricane Season Settles In

How to Stay Prepared as 2024’s Hurricane Season Settles In

Emergency management officials are urging those who live in hurricane-prone areas of the United States to consider any disaster plans and preparations that their families will need this season.

Caesar Salad, Invented in Mexico by Italian Immigrants, Turns 100

Caesar Salad, Invented in Mexico by Italian Immigrants, Turns 100

It's 100 years since the Caesar salad is said to have been invented on the Fourth of July at a restaurant in Tijuana, Mexico.

Two Civil War Heroes to Be Issued Medal of Honor Posthumously

Two Civil War Heroes to Be Issued Medal of Honor Posthumously

Civil War U.S. Army Pvts. Philip G. Shadrach and George D. Wilson will be honored posthumously with the Medal of Honor; noting their efforts during an incident known as the Great Locomotive Chase.