Boston got nearly 2 feet of snow Tuesday, but not an inch remains on the Boston Marathon finish line.
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."
"Budweiser unveils the commercial that will make you cry on Super Bowl Sunday," headlined USA Today.
A seasonal delivery driver for UPS is out of a job after being caught on home surveillance video damaging a package and urinating on the side of a Houston, Texas house.
A ticket agency heard his story and offered him a free trip to Sunday's big game.
The monster storm in Boston has brought with it another monster — a yeti.
Chocolate buffs are clamoring for the Hershey Co. to "gimme a break" after the chocolate manufacturer reached a settlement with an importer to stop distributing British-made candy bars.
Brazilian police say a raid to recover stolen cars and cargo came up with a more interesting find: two war tanks.
A priceless reaction occurred when a mom surprised her two children with a new puppy.
Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa took the top U.S. spot in U.S. News & World Report's fifth annual "Best Hotels of 2015" list.
First, Facebook was the "it" girl of social media. Then, Twitter came into the spotlight and now Instagram has officially topped Twitter in popularity. The List's Ariel Wesler talks to social media expert, Chris Kline (ABC15) about the major shift and what to expect in 2015. See the full story now, on The List!