BMW Recalls 7-Series Cars Because Doors Can Fly OpenBMW has issued a recall for more than 45,000 older 7-Series cars in the U.S. due to the risk the doors could fly open unexpectedly while a person is driving.
Insurers Look To Raise Prices, Abandon ACA MarketsPeople searching for insurance through the Affordable Care Act may face higher prices and fewer choices next year.
Gov. Scott Signs Off On $180 Million Tax Cut PackageWith the stroke of a pen, Governor Rick Scott signed off on a $180 tax cut package which includes back to school supplies, hurricane supplies, and feminine hygiene products.
Nearly 40 Million Americans Expected To Travel Memorial Day WeekendNearly 40 million Americans are expected to travel this Memorial Day Weekend, according to AAA.
Tech Ups The Ante In Orlando's New Theme Park ExperiencesIt lasts for more than a moment. You feel like "Avatar" hero Jake Sully as he plunged down the side of a the mountains, coming close to a giant while on a flying banshee in the land of Pandora.
New Juice Recommendations Limit Intake For Babies The American Academy of Pediatrics is out with new recommendations concerning children and juice.
Nathan's Recalling Tons Of Hot Dogs Due To MetalBefore you fire up the grill for Memorial Day Weekend, make sure to check what brand of hot dog you plan on cooking.
McDonald's: We're Removing Artificial Flavor From Soft ServesMcDonald's says they will remove the artificial flavoring from its vanilla soft-serve dessert - which was already sans artificial colors and preservatives.
Google's New Offerings Focus On Artificial Intelligence In Apps, ServicesGoogle's new offerings are focusing on extending artificial intelligence features into more of its apps and services.
Mold On Baby Wipes Prompts Honest Company RecallThe Honest Company is just being honest and has recalled certain lots of their baby wipes because of a possible contamination problem.
Toyota Trying To Develop A Flying Car Before Tokyo OlympicsJapanese automaker Toyota and its group companies will invest in a project to develop a flying car.
Florida Dispensary Says New Product Not Meant To Be SmokedMedical marijuana dispensary Trulieve says it is not violating state law by selling cannabis that could potentially be broken down and made into pot that can be smoked.