Why is the U.S. lagging behind Europe and China on the production and sales of electric cars?
James V., Miami, FL
Americans expect inflation to get worse and are not confident in the U.S. economy, according to a new survey.
(Ohio News Connection) People around the country are facing record high June heat this week. Experts cautioned keeping cool is as much about health and safety as it is about comfort.
High temperatures combined with humidity make it difficult for the body's natural cooling system -- sweating -- to work efficiently.
What if something as simple as bolding parts of a word could make reading a breeze, improving your focus, speed and comprehension?
The idea of going on holiday alone can be daunting, or even unappealing. It raises all kinds of questions - who will you talk to? Who will you eat with? Will you be safe?
A day after the average price of a gallon of gas hit the $5 mark nationally for the first time in history, prices ticked up again overnight to set another new record Sunday.
Summer brings plenty of opportunities to get out and discover hidden historic treasures in your community, and preservation advocates are encouraging Wyoming residents to dig deeper.
A group of health and environmental advocates has sued the Environmental Protection Agency over its failure to enforce air-pollution protections in 30 large cities across the country.
A spate of high-profile mass shootings in the U.S. has sparked calls for Congress to look at imposing a ban on so-called assault weapons - covering the types of guns used in both the recent Buffalo grocery attack and that on an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.
Despite the fact that people can't remember much before the age of 2 or 3, research suggests that infants can form memories - just not the kinds of memories you tell about yourself.