Amazon will offer 3D printing services that allow customers to customize and build earrings, bobble head toys and other items.
American doctor, Kent Brantley, has tested positive for the tropical disease Ebola.
Pope Francis called for nature to be protected from criminal abuse during a visit in the southern Italian town of Caserta, near Naples.
Tens of thousands of children's products were among the top recalls announced this week.
Fans fear the 65-year-old landmark, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, might be in peril if a buyer isn't found.
The State Department says its global database for issuing travel documents has crashed, causing major delays for travelers.
The In a Snap app will let you scan items in magazines and add them to your shopping cart.
Most Americans think people are too focused on fashion, yet a majority says how they dress is an important part of who they are, according to a new survey.
The company has rolled out a new subscription service that allows unlimited access to thousands of e-books and audiobooks.
An Indiana family's pit bull is being praised for alerting a deaf boy to a serious fire in his home.
Mass production of a 4.7-inch successor to the wildly popular iPhone 5 series of smartphones will begin during the third week of July.
Researchers say children who spend most of their after-school time outside are more likely to be in better shape than those who stay inside.
Locally grown foods aren't just for farmers markets anymore.
Yuppie puppies will feel right at home in a pet "spa" that includes TV, kitchen, and bunk beds and adds a whopping $35,000 on to the cost of a house.
A record 57 million Americans live in households with two or more generations.
Samsung is losing smartphone ground in an ominous sign for the South Korean giant, as Apple readies to launch its next-generation iPhone 6.
A new study says your friends may be closer to you than you think.
Brazil's World Cup was the biggest social media event in history.
Find out which city has the highest-priced haircuts in the U.S.
A new workout combines cardio with a girls' night out, allowing women to channel their inner Beyoncé.