A Texas man plotted to blow up an Amazon data center in Virginia that he believed held servers that provided services to federal agencies such as the FBI and CIA, authorities said Friday.
Shake Shack is adding avocado to its menu, as the versatile food item has gained immense popularity in recent years, and two new offerings.
Nike said Thursday that it has settled a lawsuit against the New York City company behind the “Satan Shoes” promoted by Lil Nas X in a collaboration.
A mass vaccination site in Colorado closed early Wednesday after a "limited number" of people began having adverse reactions to the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, resulting in hundreds of people who waited in line for hours being sent home without receiving a shot.
A large cargo ship has been stuck in Egypt's Suez Canal since Tuesday, disrupting traffic in the vital waterway as officials try to remove the vessel while others continue to await passage to transport goods.
The Walt Disney Co. unveiled plans Thursday to expand its existing Southern California theme park with the creation of a dining and hotel district, among other proposed upgrades.
A Christmas morning explosion that rocked downtown Nashville left 41 businesses "materially" damaged, in addition to displacing some residents and injuring three others, officials said.
A judge blasted Los Angeles County officials Tuesday over outdoor dining restrictions event as COVID-19 cases continue to spike to dangerous levels across Southern California, saying the move "lacks a rational relationship to a legitimate end."
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf vetoed a Republican-backed bill Monday that would have made it harder to sue schools, nursing homes and businesses for coronavirus-related claims.
Tony Hsieh, the founder and retired CEO of shoe retailer Zappos, died last week from complications from smoke inhalation suffered during a house fire days earlier, the Connecticut Office of the Chief Medical Examiner said.