Maps: What forecasters are predicting for rain and wind on Halloween

The weather may provide a treat, rather than a trick, for costumed candy-seekers out for Halloween on Thursday.

Is Halloween Canceled? Trick-or-Treating Postponed in Multiple Communities as Bad Weather Sweeps Across U.S.

Several communities across the country have decided to postpone Halloween celebrations as cold, wet, snowy and windy weather affects many regions over the course of Thursday.

Chicago Overturned Foie Gras Ban Years Ago—Will New York Do the Same?

New York restaurants and grocery stores will no longer be allowed to sell foie gras after the City Council passed a bill banning the sale of the luxury duck product on Wednesday.

Man Convicted of Murdering Stepmother After She Danced to Celebrate Football Victory

The Austin American-Statesman reports a jury took just three minutes to deliberate before finding Pontrey Jones guilty of the brutal stabbing murder of his stepmother Magdalena Ruiz.

Fox Host Confronts Kellyanne Conway Over Alleged Inaccuracies In Trump-Ukraine Call Transcript

Fox News host Brian Kilmeade confronted White House senior counselor Kellyanne Conway with allegations raised by Lt. Colonel Alexander Vindman this week that the summary transcript of the call between President Donald Trump and the president of Ukraine released last month left out key portions.

Police search clues after Northeastern scholar discovered injured, unconscious close to Ashmont station

A Northeastern student was found injured in Dorchester on the evening of Oct. 11, and Boston police are continuing to investigate what happened.

National Rifle Association, New York Attorney General Square Off in Heated Courtroom Battle

The New York State Attorney General's Office and the National Rifle Association squared off in state court Thursday morning, as the two quarreled over whether the NRA had a right to review documents related to the attorney general's investigation into its tax-exempt status.

Jury convicts Maine man for counterfeiting greater than 48,000 DVDs

BANGOR, Maine (AP) — A Maine jury has convicted a former video rental chain owner of mail fraud and copyright infringement following charges that he sold more than 48,000 counterfeit copies of copyright protected movies.

Teenager Filmed Being Punched During NYPD Subway Brawl Sues for $5 Million: ‘In This...

A teenage boy who was hit in the face by a New York Police Department officer during a mass brawl on a subway platform is suing the force for $5 million.

Philadelphia Man Confesses to Killing His Mother, Stepfather And Two Half Brothers with a...

A man has been charged with murder after he admitted to killing his mother, stepfather and two half brothers, including one who was just 7 years old, in a Philadelphia home, authorities said.

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Ikea’s first ornamental good bulb is simply $9.99 — Hue’s prices $24.99

Ikea continues to expand its lineup of Tradfri smart lighting with its first decorative bulb. What’s notable is the price. At $9.99, it significantly undercuts the comparable Philips Hue bulb which sells for $24.99.

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In case you didn’t already have a Roku device, an Amazon Fire TV, a Chromecast, or an Apple TV, Verizon is launching a new set-top box called the Verizon Stream TV. It’s free for Verizon FiOS subscribers (according to 9to5Google), costs $69.99 otherwise, and it’s possibly the worst option for streaming on the market right now.