Twitter is raging with comments over the Democratic governor's approval of human composting as another option for after-death care.
Hyundai is Kia's parent company, but the two automakers operate independently.
Multiple flood watches have been issued in parts of Utah, especially in the northwestern region.
Human rights and privacy groups are concerned about whether additional surveillance will help prevent crimes on New York's subway.
Heavy rainfall is expected in five states throughout the middle of the week.
Officials in Alaska likened the weekend storm to an "uncle that comes over for a few days" and "won't leave" after making a mess.
Several airports in Puerto Rico canceled flights to and from the island territory amid the arrival of Hurricane Fiona.
A "bombing out" of the storm is predicted to occur Friday evening, which could trigger coastal flooding on the western parts of Alaska mainland.
California's governor has signed a sweeping online privacy law that seeks to "protect" children, but critics have many questions about the compliance requirements that they fear could lead to further privacy risks.
Four girls overdosed on pills in Hollywood, possibly from the same distributor.
Google has been struggling with the economic downturn that has affected multiple tech companies in the U.S. and around the world.
The suspect was among four individuals accused of robbing a 46-year-old man at gunpoint on a train in the Bronx, New York.
'Suspicious' Package Explodes At Northeastern University Injuring 1 Staff; Boston Colleges Issue Alerts
Several universities in Boston have urged its communities to be on alert following the explosion of a package at a building in Northeastern University.
A week after the security team was laid off, Patreon let go of 80 more employees this week.
Twitter's former chief of security Peiter Zatko revealed in a disclosure to Congress that Twitter allegedly had poor cybersecurity defense.
Twitter is filling up with tributes to Queen Elizabeth II, who will be remembered as the monarch who stayed on the throne for seven decades while prime ministers and world leaders changed over the years.
The 14-year-old girl was alone in her house when the accused allegedly barged into the residence.
California's power grid has reached its limit, and rolling blackouts were expected in several areas starting Tuesday evening.
The blistering heat continues to scorch some parts of the United States, particularly California and Nevada.
Canada Mass Stabbings Leave 10 Dead As Search Continues For Suspects; Trudeau Calls Attacks 'Horrific'
Police has said the two suspects are "armed and dangerous."
Cloudflare clarified that it did not block Kiwi Farms over the #DropKiwifarms campaign, but due to an uptick in aggressive activities on the infamous anti-trans platform.
As part of his online romance scheme, the fake surgeon induced the women to send him money "and buy him jewelry and watches," court documents showed.
A "potentially dangerous" heat wave is expected to expand in parts of western United States throughout the weekend.
Former Federal Reserve economist Stephen Roach said the "impacts" of monetary tightening "haven't kicked in at all right now," and a "miracle" may be the only way to avoid a recession.
The 12-year-old boy ran away but was caught by the police.
Threats of flooding in several counties in Mississippi have triggered multiple flood warnings and a State of Emergency declaration.
Three victims have died from their injuries, but an elderly man who was shot and struck once survived.
Two people died Thursday night after a gunman opened fire at a homeless shelter for men in Henderson.
Witnesses told police that the student was waiting at the bus stop when an individual wearing a black hoodie approached and shot the victim multiple times.
A Missouri school district will be using paddle students as a last resort for misbehavior and Twitter is heating up with debates on the issue.