Because of strong sales, lottery officials Tuesday raised the estimated jackpot from $450 million to $485 million.
Newsweek’s Twitter feed was briefly hacked this morning, purportedly by a group associated with the Islamic State.
When you watch television, your TV set might be watching back with new technology that can virtually see or hear what’s going on in your home.
Could a can of soda be treated like a pack of cigarettes? If one New York State lawmaker gets his way all sugary drinks will come with health warning labels.
Katlean de Monchy, editor-in-chief of Nextpert.com, visited the CBS2 studios to offer up gifts idea for all the loved ones in your life.
Anyone getting tired of trudging around in snow boots will be happy to hear that the latest styles for spring have been unveiled in Midtown.
You could call it a terrible misfortune for a man who won a lotto jackpot worth $5.8-million. Due to bad timing he’s never seen a penny of it.
The National Resources Defense Council estimates nine out of 10 Americans are confused by the dates. A family of four throws about $2,000 worth of still-edible food away every year.
For anyone who has ever dreamed of jetting off on a private plane, you may want to start packing.
More than 2 million Toyota, Chrysler and Honda vehicles are being recalled for a second fix for faulty air bags that may inadvertently inflate while the car is running.
Everyone loves a bargain now, there are websites where they say a good deal is pretty much guaranteed because you—the consumer—names their price.
Stop & Shop supermarkets on Friday announced a recall of a brand of paprika, on the grounds that the label on the condiment fails to mention that it might contain peanuts and could be dangerous for those who are allergic.
Humans may have mastered the art of walking and chewing gum, but not necessarily the art of walking and texting.
With freezing temperatures and more snow in the forecast it can be tough to dress for the cold and still look good.
Chocoholics rejoice! A New York City chocolate institution has new life after Superstorm Sandy nearly washed it up.