After rescuing her dog Teddy from a kill shelter, Annie Blumenfeld, 17, was inspired to build her own nonprofit, "Wags 4 Hope," where she said she has raised close to $40,000 for animal shelters across the country.
A Florida man was arrested Wednesday after the plane he was piloting struck a shed, authorities said.
A 21-year-old airman shot two Walmart employees, killing one, before apparently ending his own life in the store on Tuesday, police in Grand Forks, North Dakota, said.
A California mother is calling for broader, better support for transgender, genderfluid and non-gender-confirming teenagers after recently losing her trans son to suicide.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday denied a request from Justice Department lawyers to allow President Barack Obama's controversial immigration actions to go into effect pending appeal.
Allegations of corruption at FIFA are nothing new to those who follow the international soccer organization. But what was surprising to some on Wednesday was the sense that someone somewhere was finally doing something substantial about them.
The American Automobile Association (AAA) calls the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day the "100 Deadliest Days" because of the increase in accidents involving teenagers. But a new study released Wednesday suggests teen drivers and their passengers are not the only ones at risk.
You can crash someone's iPhone with a mere text message.
A major cyber breach allowed criminals to steal the tax returns of more than 100,000 people.
A New Hampshire principal battling a rare cancer was brought to tears when her senior class unanimously decided to give up their senior class trip and donate nearly $8,000 to her medical care.