While the gladiators of the NFL are clashing in Phoenix, the titans of food will be fighting for supremacy at spreads across the country.
The change in the definition of broadband means nearly a fifth of Americans lack access to high-speed Internet.
Critics say e-cigarettes are addictive, lead to nicotine poisoning among children, and threaten to unravel the reduction of tobacco use.
Snapchat has partnered with CNN, ESPN and others to compete with Facebook and Twitter.
National outreach programs hope to turn kids on to an old art form and injecting an aging, shrinking fan base with new life.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving works with Uber to establish ride service rights in cities around the world.
Americans are feeling sweet about romance this year, with consumers opening up their wallets in the name of love.
There are so many different genetic forms of autism that using the singular term is misleading, researchers say.
The restaurant has reignited debate over working conditions in the food service industry.
We're drinking more wine, bourbon, and whiskey than ever before.
If you’ve ever had a boss who yelled at employees, ridiculed or intimidate them, new research suggests a little payback might be good.
Washington state could become the only state to raise its legal age for smoking tobacco to 21 from 18.
Facebook has taken steps to clamp down on "hoaxes" and fake news stories that can spread like wildfire.
It’s well known that too much sitting time is bad for our health but it turns out it might be worse than we thought.
Here's our guide to pairing beer and wine with America's favorite cookies.
The new, 120-page book will be sent to select customers in March, the first time it has sent out a catalog since 2010.
Here are tips for keeping our lives as healthy and safe as possible.
Twins are being born at a higher rate than ever before, a trend health officials believe is due to increasing use of fertility treatments.
More than three-quarters of Americans who got this season's flu shot could get the virus anyway.
A new poll shows 66 percent of Americans favor requiring food manufacturers to put labels on GMO products.