A new champion made his television debut Thursday in the American Kennel Club's National Dog Show.
Pay attention -- or you could be booted off the Internet Monday.
Facebook is notifying users who have a certain type of malware on their computers that if they don't remove it, they will lose internet access on July 9th, when the F-B-I shuts down the malware.
If a user accesses Facebook from a computer infected with D-N-S-Changer malware, the site will display an alert, with a link to a website that instructs users on how to remove the malware.
The F-B-I's website also has a link that allows people to check if they have malware on their machines.
According to the F-B-I , D-N-S-Changer malware can modify a computer's settings and possibly direct the computer to "improper results."
A bunch of bikers in Los Angeles went wild this week as police gave chase.
A Texas family is looking for justice in their own way after a Grinch made an early appearance.
A stray dog follows an extreme sports race team as they compete in Ecuador. He makes such an impact, they adopt him.
Yes, this really happened! A bunch of passengers left their seats to give their frozen plane a push at a snowbound airport in Siberia.
Little Leighton Rue loves to ride the vacuum while her dad, Kiki, cleans their house in Tucson, Arizona.
Have you noticed the changes on your Facebook page? The Consumer Watchdog is breaking down the changes and shows you what to look at to make sure your page is as private as you want it to be.
Following a backlash, Google has removed a game from the Android store that advocated killing gay men for sport.
Students unhappy with school meals are taking it out on the first lady by sharing images on social media of lunches sarcastically tagged #ThanksMichelleObama.
Competitive eater Joey Chestnut has won a turkey-eating contest in Connecticut, setting a record by devouring an entire bird.