One driver reported experiencing threatening incidents with other drivers while she was driving a busload of children under the age of five.
How to turn an iPhone's 'Do Not Disturb While Driving' mode on or off, or set it to enable automatically
You can turn off driving mode on an iPhone automatically or manually, and even add it to your iPhone's Control Center to enable it with one tap.
President Trump says Apple CEO Tim Cook is the only tech executive who actually calls him directly (AAPL)
President Trump speaks with Apple CEO Tim Cook because he calls him personally rather than hiring a "consultant" to do it, Trump said.
NRA head Wayne LaPierre made $1.4 million in 2017. Here's what we know, and don't know, about the finances of America's most public gun rights advocate, who can reportedly change Trump's mind on gun policy with a single phone call.
Wayne LaPierre has been the National Rifle Association's top executive for 28 years — and has recently come under scrutiny for his spending.
The music-countdown show had major performances from top-notch artists like Britney Spears and Beyoncé and some seriously awkward interviews.
You can Chromecast from an iPad to turn any TV or display with a HDMI port into a smart TV that can stream your favorite content. Here's how to do it.
From Nina Blackwood to "Downtown" Julie Brown, VJs brought their own personalities and perspectives to MTV, changing music forever.
Critics are already loving the horror-comedy 'Ready or Not.' Here's what they're saying about the surprise hit.
The film is about a bride and a violent game of hide-and-seek and it stars familiar faces like Samara Weaving, Adam Brody, and Andie MacDowell.
Fluoridated water during pregnancy may be hurting kids' brains. You still don't need to start drinking bottled water.
Fluoride prevents cavities, there is no doubt about it. But new evidence suggests fluoride in tap water may not be the best way to protect teeth.
The minutes followed a particularly harsh string of President Trump's attacks on the Federal Reserve.
It's not impossible to rent an apartment with bad credit, but it will likely take more money up front, a co-signer, or a roommate to do it.
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The "Charmed" actress talked about her decision to get abortions in her 20s. "It was not an easy choice," she said.
Steve Jobs left Apple in 1985 and started a new computer company called NeXT. The operating system became the foundation for Mac OS X.
Saudi Arabia is cracking down on foreign workers, but that may not go over so well inside the kingdom
Saudi Arabia plans to bar foreign workers from certain jobs in an effort to reduce unemployment and the potential for social strife that come with it.
The co-founder of Google's controversial AI unit DeepMind has reportedly been 'placed' on leave, but it's not clear why (GOOG, GOOGL)
Google said that DeepMind's Mustafa Suleyman was taking time out after 10 'hectic' years, leaving it unclear whether the move was voluntary or not.
As the Guardian reports, new research indicates the 10,000-hour rule alone doesn't account for mastery in a given skill, like playing the violin.
What life is like on the Syria-Turkey border, one of the world's most tense and dangerous fault lines
Syria's brutal civil war, terror groups, millions of refugees, Turkey and the Kurds' military face-off make this border very dangerous.
'Forever chemicals' linked to cancer and developmental issues lurk in the blood of almost every American. Here's how to avoid them.
Most humans are exposed to PFAS through food and water, but the chemicals have also been found in clothing and cosmetics.
The Air Force is testing a new kind of headset that protects the user by transmitting sounds through their bones
The new device is meant to protect the wearer's hearing while still allowing communications in noisy environments.
Goldman Sachs plans to recruit more than 100 coders to its trading division as part of the bank's largest hiring spree in years (GS)
Equities trading within big banks has struggled in recent years as new technology has changed how buyers and sellers come together.
A 25-year-old model is suing billionaire financier Chinh Chu after breaking her pelvis on a zip line at his estate
Chu reportedly offered the model a settlement of a few thousand dollars a month for a year. Sources called the sum "pocket change for Chu."
Trump ping pongs on payroll tax cuts and now claims the White House isn't considering them, a day after he said they were on the table
The Trump administration has struggled keeping its message straight on the economy recently as reports emerged it was weighing to cut payroll taxes.
Read the original pitch deck that helped business travel startup Lola secure $37 million in funding from investors.