Published November 14, 2011
Everyone knows that they're rare, but if it happens and you're trapped underwater, would you know how to survive? I had no clue, but I was about to find out.
Published October 13, 2011
Prestigious auction houses sell some of the world’s most sought after works of art, jewelry and collectibles. But now rare and one-of-a-kind foods are slowly making their way into auction catalogs worldwide.
Published October 04, 2011
In a new twist to the traditional roller coaster, several ski resorts across the country have opened up year round mountain coasters.
Published September 19, 2011
A new cyber-realistic trend is riding into theme parks around the world. Blowing past the days of tea cup rides and Ferris wheels, a new breed of theme parks are taking the leap into a world of cyber magic to bring your favorite video games to life.
Published September 14, 2011
When disaster strikes, every second counts. Oftentimes, an early warning can mean the difference between life and death. But with the spate of school shootings in recent years, concerned parents are beginning to wonder — are our schools doing enough?
Published August 22, 2011
Summer is coming to an end and for most college-bound students that means you're heading back to the dorms -- but school can be a dangerous place. Don’t forget to include these new high tech tools to keep you and your belongings safe and protected this semester.
Published August 05, 2011
The days of clunky backpacks and heavy Trapper Keepers are long ago and far away. Today’s students are more tech savvy than ever, so to keep them on track with their studies with up-to-date tech tools.
Published July 06, 2011
EXCLUSIVE: There was not a moment during the trial where prosecutor Jeff Ashton entertained the notion that he’d lose the case, “Not until I heard ‘not guilty,’” he said, in an exclusive interview with FoxNews.com. “I thought it went pretty well.”
Published June 19, 2011
Can't make it home this Father's Day? Here are 5 unexpected ways tech can help you fill your crucial role in your child's life.
Published May 28, 2011
The trek was conducted through the Wounded Warrior Project – a nonprofit that provides a support network for service members injured in combat. But it was also a chance for these wounded warriors to meet the mental and physical challenge of climbing Africa’s highest peak. which lies just 200 miles south of the equator in northern Tanzania.