Classified satellite fell into ocean after SpaceX launch, official confirms

(NEW YORK) -- A highly classified satellite launched by SpaceX this weekend ended up plummeting into the Indian Ocean, a U.S. official confirmed to ABC News.

Following its launch from Florida's Cape Canaveral Sunday night, the satellite, c... Read More

US stocks close higher and S&P 500 keeps climbing

(NEW YORK) -- U.S. stocks closed higher on Tuesday as the S&P 500 hit its sixth straight day of gains.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average soared 102.80 (+0.41 percent), finishing the session at 25,385.80.

The Nasdaq climbed 6.19 (... Read More

Nissan wants to redefine the future of driving with its Brain-to-Vehicle technology

(NEW YORK) -- It’s the latest in auto technology that is revolutionizing how people interact with their cars.

Japanese automaker Nissan unveiled new research Monday that will allow vehicles to interpret signals from the driver’... Read More

Japanese budgeting hack to get your finances on track

(NEW YORK) -- A few years ago, Marie Kondo’s organizational revolution centered on a simple Japanese tidying plan that took the world by storm, and now a similar Japanese method for organizing your finances is gaining steam.

Kakeibo ... Read More

Treasure hunt: Ginger Zee searches for rare, expensive Italian white truffles

(ALBA, Italy) -- More than a hundred thousand dollars for a fungus? It’s true. Some of the rarest mushrooms in the world -- white truffles -- have seen eager bidders raising their offers well beyond six figures.

But why would someone... Read More

Apple exec Angela Ahrendts recalls telling Tim Cook, 'I'm not a techie,' in first meeting

(CHICAGO) -- When Apple Senior Vice President of Retail Angela Ahrendts first met Tim Cook she wanted to make it clear she wasn’t coming from a technology background.

 "He was kind of talking to me about what the role was, and ... Read More

Hundreds of men show up for Dallas school's 'Breakfast with Dads' event

(DALLAS) -- One Dallas community truly rallied around a school in need of volunteers.

More than 600 men showed up for Billy Earl Dade Middle School's "Breakfast with Dads" event, where students are encouraged to bring their fathers, or fat... Read More

US stocks mostly higher on New Year rally

(NEW YORK) -- The New Year rally continued with U.S. stocks mostly higher on Monday, despite the Dow closing in the red.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average slid 12.87 (-0.05 percent), finishing the session at 25,283.00.

The Nasda... Read More

Water main break at JFK Airport floods terminal, forces evacuations

(NEW YORK) -- A water main break at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City set off an evacuation of a major terminal Sunday and caused delays and cancellation of flights, according to the Port Authority of of New York and New Jersey.<... Read More

Winning ticket sold in New Hampshire for $560M Powerball jackpot

(MERRIMACK, N.H.) -- The winning ticket for Saturday's $560 million Powerball jackpot drawing was sold in New Hampshire, lottery officials said early Sunday morning.

"We are excited to announce that a single ticket sold in New Hampshire wo... Read More

Punta Cana-bound JetBlue flight returns to Boston after 'unusual odor'

(BOSTON) -- A JetBlue flight bound for Punta Cana on Saturday had to turn back to Boston Logan International Airport after an "unusual odor" was detected, according to the airline.

The crew on JetBlue Flight 1095 "reported an unusual odor and ... Read More

Mega Millions winning ticket sold in Florida for $450 million

(PORT RICHEY, Fla.) -- There's a Mega Millions ticket holder in Florida who's starting the new year on a very prosperous note. The unidentified individual is the winner of Friday night's drawing for the $450 million Mega Millions jackpot, lottery off... Read More

United Airlines flight almost crosses into path of landing JetBlue flight at Boston Logan Airport

(BOSTON) -- Authorities are investigating an incident where a United Airlines flight failed to stop and hold short of an active runway and almost crossed into the path of a landing JetBlue flight at Boston Logan International Airport, the Federal Avi... Read More

Searches of travelers' electronic devices up nearly 60 percent

(NEW YORK) -- Customs officials searched more travelers’ electronic devices in 2017 than any previous year.

In fiscal year 2017, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers conducted 30,200 searches, up nearly 60 percent from 1... Read More