FAA picks 6 states for drone testing sites

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Monday announced that it will create a network of testing sites across the U.S. for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), better known as “drones."

Make a new kind of New Year's resolution

"Lose weight" is one of the top New Year's resolutions every year. You've probably made it once or twice yourself, and we commend you for accomplishing such an ambitious goal. Oh, you didn't?

Last chance to stream 'Titanic,' 'Top Gun' on Netflix

 If you're planning to stay home New Year's Day and stream classic movies on Netflix, you may be out of luck.

Second bombing hits Russia as Sochi Olympics near

Another suspected suicide bombing struck the southern Russian city of Volgograd on Monday, killing at least 14 people and further highlighting Russia's security challenges as it prepares to host the Winter Olympics in less than six weeks. The expl

Schumacher accident a 'rare event' in high-risk sport

Michael Schumacher's serious skiing accident in the French Alps on has once again put the spotlight on skiing safety.

Airlift may evacuate most from ship stranded in frozen Antarctic seas

Fifty-six people on board a ship stuck in the frozen Antarctic may be airlifted out, Russia announced Monday. A Chinese helicopter will evacuate 52 passengers and four crew members if weather permits, the Russian Foreign Ministry said. There ar

Administration, allies to push Obamacare success stories

As the new year rolls in this week and people who signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act start seeing the effects of their coverage, the Obama administration will be plucking out the success stories for the limelight. The goa

Minimum wage to rise in 13 states on Jan. 1

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Starting January 1, minimum wage workers in 13 states and four cities will see higher paychecks. While most of the increases amount to less than 15 cents per hour, workers in places like New Jersey, Connecticut, New York and

When 'life support' is really 'death support'

Two young females, both brain dead without warning, remain on ventilators while their devastated families challenge the judgments of their hospitals.

Cruz in legal process to renounce Canadian citizenship

Sen. Ted Cruz has hired lawyers to help him get rid of his Canadian citizenship, the Republican from Texas told the Dallas Morning News in an interview published online Saturday night.