Kourtney Kardashian Calls Scott Disick ‘Family’ On ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ (VIDEO)
Kourtney Kardashian and Scoot Disick have three children together and broke up six months ago after a nine-year relationship.
Travel Guide To Croatia, The Place To Visit In 2016
This little country has just about everything you could want from a vacation.
U.S. Visa Rules Eased For Some European Travelers Who Visit Terrorist Hotspots
People who traveled to Iran, Iraq, Syria or Sudan as journalists, humanitarian workers or for other business purposes may still be able to enter the U.S. without a visa.
WWII Concentration Camp Being Turned Into Luxury Resort
Swiss-Egyptian developer Orascom said it'll invest $16.3 million in a project to turn a WWII concentration camp into a luxury resort on an island off the coast of Montenegro.
Germany Ranked World's Best Country, Where Does The U.S. Stand?
Germany has been ranked the world's best country in a global survey compiled by U.S. News & World Report.
REI Develops National Parks App For Centennial
The app was developed by Adventure Projects, a Colorado firm who runs several outdoor sports community websites.
NFC Boarding Pass Implanted In Man's Arm, Boards Plane With Swipe Of His Hand (VIDEO)
A man demonstrated the convenience of having an NFC boarding pass implanted inside his hand.
NBC Executive Releases Viewership For Netflix's 'Jessica Jones,' 'Master Of None' And Others
"Jessica Jones," "Master of None" and "Narcos" are three of the top shows from the renowned streaming service.
Back Home Already? Here Are 5 Ways To Get Over Your Post-Travel Blues
The most dreaded part of a vacation is returning home.
24-Hour Tube Strikes: London Commuters To Face Walkouts Over Night Tube
Controversy about overnight tube rides has led workers to stage three 24-hour strikes.
Uber Announces Partnership With TransLoc, Giving Commuters Great Options For Public Transportation
Uber has pushed further into public transportation, announcing a partnership with TransLoc.
Snow Has Finally Arrived In Europe's Mountains
After France saw its warmest December since 1900, snow is back at last.
The Biggest Safety Concern In Climbing? Rust
Some bolts climbers use to ascend rock faces are made out of iron and have not been replaced since they were first used 60 years ago.
Chinese Self-Flying Megadrone Can Carry Passengers (WATCH)
"There is that little kid in all of us that says 'I want to fly.' I don’t want to get a pilot license after five or 10 hours of flying, I want to do it right away. We’re making that dream happen," George Yan, Ehang co-founder, said.
El Niño Polarizes Profits For North American Ski Resorts
Each El Niño climate is unique. While, on average, the weather conditions result in lower precipitation and temperatures in the northern U.S. and Canada, this year it has done the opposite.