What you need to know about the iPhone 8, iPhone X

(CUPERTINO, Calif.) -- Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the release of the newest models of iPhones on Tuesday from the tech giant's new state-of-the-art campus in Cupertino, California.

The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus -- which some may conside... Read More

Tesla's semiautonomous system contributed to fatal crash: Feds

(NEW YORK) -- Federal investigators announced Tuesday that the design of Tesla's semiautonomous driving system allowed the driver of a Tesla Model S in a fatal 2016 crash with a semi-truck to rely too heavily on the car's automation.

"Tesl... Read More

US stocks close higher as banks climb

(NEW YORK) -- Wall Street was in the green on Tuesday with bank stocks rising.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 61.49 (+0.28 percent) to finish at 22,118.86.

The Nasdaq gained 22.02 (+0.34 percent) to close at 6,454.28, ... Read More

CDC investigating multi-state infection outbreak it links to puppies from Petland

(NEW YORK) -- The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating an outbreak of infections affecting people across seven states that they say may be linked to puppies sold through the national pet store chain Petland.

As ... Read More

Experts warn of the potential increase in flood-damaged cars hitting the market after Irma, Harvey

(NEW YORK) -- The deluge of floodwaters from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma that recently inundated parts of Texas and Florida did not spare cars, and now experts are warning of a potential rise in flood-damaged vehicles, full of hidden dangers, hitting ... Read More

Muslim scholar Jihad Turk makes educating America on Islam his full-time job

(NEW YORK) -- Growing up in Arizona in the 1970s, Jihad Turk, now a Muslim scholar, doesn't remember many other kids who shared his Palestinian-American identity.

"There wasn't a lot of diversity. You were either Black, white or Mexican," ... Read More

Florida airports making plans to reopen after Hurricane Irma, Georgia facing increased issues

(MIAMI) -- Major airports in Florida are starting to target reopenings, but flight cancellations were extending north late Monday as Hurricane Irma moved through Georgia, home of the busiest airport in the world.

More than 14,000 flights h... Read More

6-year-old student uses lemonade stands to help pay off fellow students' lunch debts

(HAYDEN, Idaho) -- One second-grade student wanted to help erase school lunch debt for her fellow students, so she decided to create lemonade stands to raise funds.

Amiah Van Hill was inspired to raise funds to help pay off her classmates'... Read More

Apple expected to unveil newest iPhone on Tuesday

(CUPERTINO, Calif.) -- Apple fans don't have to wait much longer for the unveiling of the newest iPhone, expected to take place Tuesday at the company's headquarters in Cupertino, California.

The iPhone 8 -- nicknamed the 10-year "annivers... Read More

Airbnb host waives cost for Jacksonville family that evacuated due to Irma

(JACKSONVILLE, Fla.) -- One family from Jacksonville, Florida is feeling “very grateful” to have a stranger’s shelter over their heads in New Albany, Indiana, after evacuating from the storm, despite driving more than 750 miles to g... Read More

US stocks close higher as investors relax after Irma

(NEW YORK) -- Investors breathed a sigh of relief on Monday in the wake of Hurricane Irma's impact on the U.S. as Wall Street posted major gains.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 259.58 (+1.19 percent) to finish at 22,057.37.
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Hurricanes Harvey, Irma could cost US economy $290 billion, estimate says

(NEW YORK) --  Combined damages from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma could cost the U.S. economy as much as $290 billion, according to a new forecast.

Hurricane Harvey, which battered Houston with record amounts of torrential rain and flooding... Read More

What to do if Hurricane Irma blows you off the power grid

(MIAMI) -- Roughly 1.6 million people are without power in Florida as a result of Hurricane Irma, and Elaine Duke, the acting U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, told ABC News on Sunday that "over 5 million households" could be without power before ... Read More

9-year-old boy pays for Irma evacuee's lunch: 'I felt like I should help'

(TROY, Ala.) -- A 9-year-old Alabama boy didn't want a Florida evacuee to worry about lunch ahead of Hurricane Irma, so he paid for his meal with the help of his proud mother.

Tara Parker Routzong told ABC News her son Landon noticed Frida... Read More