911 Operator Jailed For Hanging Up On Thousands Of CallersA former 911 operator in Houston is headed to jail after an investigation revealed that the emergency center worker hung up on thousands of people
Last Caribou Herd On U.S. Mainland 'Functionally Extinct', Experts SayThe last herd of southern mountain caribou -- known as gray ghosts -- has reportedly dwindled down to the point where wildlife experts are calling them "functionally extinct"
Google Creates App That Teaches Adults How To CodeGoogle is now trying to help adults keep up with their tech-savvy kids by introducing an app designed to teach people how to code.
Target Offering Car Seat Discounts For Trading In Your Old OneTarget’s annual car seat trade-in event starts Monday, April 22 and runs through May 5.
Millennials Pile Up Debt To Keep Up With Their Friends, Survey FindsThe fear of missing out, or FOMO, is reportedly driving many millennials into serious debt.
Cat Saved After Walking 12 Miles To Family Who Rejected HimA cat named Toby missed his former owners so much that he walked 12 miles to be with them again.
GoFundMe Page Raises $5,000 To Buy Elon Musk A New CouchLast week, Elon Musk showed "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King the couch he sleeps on when he works late at his Tesla Model 3 factory. The internet was not pleased with the piece of furniture.
42 Percent Of Americans At Risk Of Retiring Broke, Survey FindsAccording to personal finance website GoBankingRates.com, 42 percent of Americans polled said they have less than $10,000 saved for their eventual retirement.
Goldman Sachs Asks 'Is Curing Patients A Sustainable Business Model?'Turning the search for medical remedies into a numbers game, analyst Salveen Richter called potential "one shot cures" a bad business decision that will hurt a company's bottom line.
Drunk Tourist Accidentally Climbed A Mountain Looking For His HotelA tourist's night out drinking turned into an adventure up the side of a mountain after accidentally taking the wrong trail back to his hotel.
Bank Of America Plans To Stop Lending To Makers Of Assault WeaponsBank of America says it plans to stop lending money to gunmakers who produce military-style firearms for civilians.