Six people were arrested near 37th street and Sixth Avenue for trying to disrupt the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.
Remember the days when a single toy whipped parents, kids, and stores into holiday madness? Things have changed over the years as electronics and gaming rank higher on kids' wish lists and toy sales have slipped.
Chewing and shopping, that's on the agenda for Americans for this Thanksgiving.
More than 460,000 people signed up for Obamacare in the first week of enrollment, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Millions of Americans will dig holiday decorations out of the attic this weekend. And whether it's a modest yard display, or you're aiming to snag a prize for brightest lights on the block, safety should come first when decorating outdoors.
A study from the University of Minnesota says full-day of preschoool benefits kids.
T-Mobile customers will now get a heads up when their data speeds are slowing down.
As you head to the stores for holiday shopping -- keep in mind you are not alone. Many high-end retailers are keeping an eye on you and your shopping habits.
If you're planning to travel, filling up on gas won't break the wallet.
The grand jury decision is in in the Michael Brown shooting incident.
Prices at Redbox are going up for DVD rentals.
A Pennsylvania man was sentenced to seven months in prison for possession of child pornography.
Obamacare premiums are going up next year, but you can find a cheaper one if you shop around.
The Vermont Health Department says three Vermont Salmonella cases are part of a Northeast investigation associated with bean sprouts.
They're the cuddliest computers in the classroom and these loveable robots could soon be teaching your children.
Black Friday, the unofficial start to the holiday shopping season, is almost upon us.
Graco is recalling 11 models of strollers due to a fingertip amputation hazard.
Vermont officials want dairy farmers to listen up! The deadline for the Dairy Safety Program is just weeks away.
President Barack Obama is expected to announce plans to issue an executive action on immigration in a primetime address Thursday night
We all worry about a lot of things financially, like credit card bills and other debts we have to pay down but a new survey says Americans aren't prioritizing one of the most important things -- saving for a rainy day.
The U.S. Senate has failed to pass the Keystone XL Pipeline legislation.
The controversial pipeline plan draws a line down the middle of the country and it could also be dividing Democrats in Washington.
President Barack Obama met with his national security and public health teams Tuesday for an update on the Ebola response in West Africa.
The FBI will investigate Tuesday's Jerusalem synagogue attack because three of the victims were U.S. citizens, a U.S. law enforcement official said.
Some Vermonters are taking issue with the impact plans to build a gas pipeline from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.
The U.S. State Department says no classified systems were affected in a data breach.
You may pay a little more for your Thanksgiving turkey this year, but not enough to kill your appetite.
The National for Center on Homelessness at American Institutes of Research ranked homelessness across the United States in a new report.
Pope Francis is coming to America next September.
Open enrollment for Obamacare kicks off Saturday.
According to College Board, for the last two years, the cost of public college tuition has posted the smallest increases since the 1970s.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) conducted their annual Youth Smoking Survey.
Hackers from China are accused of targeting U.S. weather and satellite systems.
There could soon be new protections for prepaid debit cards.
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) released a plan sent by Trinity Industries to retest ET-Plus guardrails.
It's official, Randy Jackson is leaving American Idol.
Americans across the board are saving more, but there is one generation that is not saving enough.
A doctor in New York who was diagnosed with Ebola last month has been released from Bellevue Hospital.
McDonald's is recalling a potentially dangerous Happy Meal toy.
Veterans Day deals.
Single use laundry packs are convenient but they pose a serious hazard to young children.
The United States Postal Service announced that there was a security breach into some of their information systems on Monday.
President Obama released a statement and video Monday, in which he states that the Internet - and mobile broadband - should be reclassified as a public utility under Title II of the Telecommunications Act.
Americans who want to enroll in health insurance through the Obamacare website can now get an early preview of 2015 premiums.
According to a U.S. Official, Loretta Lynch is expected to be named as President Barack Obama's pick to succeed Eric Holder as attorney general.
Honda has expanded a recall of its vehicles made from 2001 to 2006 because the airbags could explode.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is proposing legislation to make Election Day a national holiday.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) ranked booster seats for its annual report.
A new survey shows that dozing drivers are a bigger problem than once thought.
Facebook is launching a campaign to raise funds to help groups that are fighting Ebola.