Alissa Chavez's “Hot Seat” works through a seemingly very simple mechanism. It is a sensor wrapped in a pad that needs to be placed underneath the car seat.
Jessica Barrymore, the half-sister of actress Drew Barrymore, was found dead inside her own vehicle in National City, California, San Diego's KGTV television reported.
A novel completed by Pulitzer Prize winner Oscar Hijuelos shortly before his death last year will be released in the fall of 2015, his publisher announced.
Dominican-American author Julia Alvarez said receiving the National Medal of Arts from President Barack Obama was thrilling and surreal.
An Argentine priest in Paraguay is accused of being a "serious threat to young people" and has been removed as the No. 2 in the diocese.
The mass of the Milky Way Galaxy could be much less than has been believed up to now, according to a study published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.
Designed in 1963 by architect Hilario Candela, a 28-year-old Cuban immigrant at the time, the Miami Marine Stadium became the city’s first structure by an exile architect and...
A Texas man hoping to sell his home made a big mistake while posting an image of his home online.
The federal Department of Housing and Urban Development will allocate $91 million to more than two dozen Puerto Rican municipalities to alleviate the constantly increasing...
The Chicago municipal government has begun working with humanitarian organizations to outfit shelters in the Windy City where 1,000 Central American child migrants who crossed...
A total of 44 people, including seven minors, were rescued by federal and state authorities at a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in Mexico state, which surrounds the...
Crocodiles, though natural predators, are a big tourist attraction in Costa Rica for their immense size and because they're easy to observe.
Daniel Ortega, is the president of Nicaragua, but as chief of communications, Rosario Murillo is the voice and the other face of the government.
One hundred couples tied the knot in a massive wedding held in the first post-World Cup event held inside Brazil's Estadio Nacional.
Lyndon B. Johnson's War on Poverty college prep program Upward Bound continues to open pathways to colleges on its 50th anniversary.