General Motors is likely to report a big hit to earnings Thursday as it continues to work through its ongoing recall problems.Industry analysts forecast GM would deliver a meager 9 cents per share in earnings for the first three months of 2014.
Researchers have figured out how to create a natural helix that looks like the tangle in a telephone cord and that discovery could lead to new kinds of circuitry.The new twist is called a "hemihelix," and it's not really that new.
The Federal Communications Commission plans to propose new rules for Internet service providers that would effectively end the concept of "Net neutrality," according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.
A small town in southwestern Wyoming was evacuated on Wednesday afternoon after an explosion and fire at a natural gas processing plant.Lincoln County spokesman Stephen Malik told NBC Station KSL that there were no injuries from the blast, which occurred about 2 p.m.
Sometimes it pays to cry over spilled milk.A California mom who was held at an Arizona airport four years ago after an argument with TSA agents who wanted to X-ray her breast milk has won a preliminary settlement of $75,000 from the agency.Stacey Armato, who filed a lawsuit in U.S.
MAYWOOD, Ill. Four decades after John Wayne Gacy lured more than 30 young men and boys to his Chicago-area home and strangled them, his case has helped authorities solve another killing one he didn't commit.
NEW DELHI -- Climbing to the roof of the world is becoming less predictable and possibly more dangerous, scientists say, as climate change brings warmer temperatures that may eat through the ice and snow on Mount Everest.
As readers, booksellers and academics gather Wednesday on World Book Day to celebrate words and language, there is an interesting transatlantic tiff over the use of Spanglish - the mixing of English and Spanish often used among U.S. Latinos when they are hangiando (hanging) together.
BEIJING - A wage dispute at a huge sneaker factory that supplies brands including Adidas and Nike escalated Wednesday, highlighting the growing problems faced by Chinas manufacturing powerhouse.Workers at the plant owned by the world's largest maker of sneakers, Yue Yuen earn as little as $1.