AT&T plans to introduce mobile 5G in a dozen cities by the end of 2018.
What would you do if something so valuable and meaningful to you that you lost 17 years ago was suddenly given back?
A Texas family is working to recover after a malfunctioning Colorado ski lift changed their lives forever.
The American Lung Association says states are failing to enact policies to prevent smoking, but there are fewer smokers in the U.S. than ever.
Texas sued in hopes of getting access to more water from the Rio Grande river.
The lawsuit points to the shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas, as an example of failure to report a person who's barred from buying guns.
Two new studies found climate change likely intensified Harvey's rains and about tripled the odds of a storm like that happening.
The FCC issued an order in 2016 to update emergency alert services, but lobbyists have delayed those updates' full implementation.
U.S. Rep. Joe Barton apologized for the graphic photo Wednesday, which was posted on an anonymous Twitter account.
The White House wants Congress to approve $44 billion for hurricane aid, but it's conscious of increasing the national debt.
In 1997, NASA began launching satellites that could constantly record life on our planet. It's now released a video of how Earth grew in real time.
Texas produces more wind energy than the next three states combined.