The Android flaw discovered last week is likely the biggest smartphone flaw ever discovered. It affects an estimated 950 million phones worldwide. That's about 95% of the Androids in use today. Sam Burke takes a look a what the flaw means for your phone and what you can do to protect yourself.
Lila May has stage four neuroblastoma and even though she has fought hard, doctors warned her parents that her fifth birthday may be her last. Her parents set out to make it the best birthday ever, with every major milestone celebrated in one day. They asked for help putting on the party and it was beyond anything they could have ever imagined.
The rules of real estate have changed over the past five years. With mortgage rates so low, now may be a good time to buy a house. Financial Expert Vera Gibbons sets the record straight on some home buying and selling misconceptions, in our pop quiz.
The FAA says it is investigating two reports of a drone flying near John F. Kennedy Airport. The pilot of a Delta jet says his plane was flying at an altitude of 800 to 900 feet yesterday and the drone came within 100 feet of the jet. A JetBlue Flight also reported a drone near JFK Friday. It's not clear if the incidents are related.
As kids head back to school, it's time to start packing those lunch boxes again. How do you keep your kids from getting tired of that boring old sandwich? Weekend Express takes you back to school with a quick and easy alternative: cheeseburger muffins!
12-year-old Carin's passion for swimming helped save her sister's life. When her family decided to go inside, Carin stayed outside and was close by when her baby sister fell in the water. What happened next has her family calling Carin a hero. Thanks to WJRT for the story.