Hearing Aids News
Researcher Who Lost Arm in Blast Sues University of Hawaii
A postdoctoral fellow who lost her right arm in a University of Hawaii laboratory explosion is suing the school and the researchers she worked for
Tax Advocate: Use Tax Breaks You're Entitled To
Donald Trump's acknowledgement last fall that he had not paid federal income tax in years left some questioning why they should have to pay taxes
CES 2017 Highlighted by Helpful Robots, Smart Hairbrushes, Flying Cameras
The concept of the "smart home," a living space that is guided by tech and artificial intelligence, is a major theme at this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which is being held at the Las Vegas Convention Center this week. Smart home technology has featured prominently at the annual CES
Report Reveals Kids' Headphones May Cause Hearing Problems
The Wirecutter released a report that shows headphone devices for kids may not regulate volume to a decibel level that is suitable for children's ears.
Some Children's Headphones Raise Concerns of Hearing Loss , Report Says
Some headphones marketed for children may not restrict enough noise for young ears, according to a new report published today by the technology guide The Wirecutter. The Wirecutter tried out 30 different children’s headphones for style, fit and safety by using both a plastic model ear and a few
'Netflix Tax' Could Put a Dent in Binge-Watching
Multiple California cities are looking into a tax on video-streaming services like Netflix and Amazon.
Take a Pedicab Ride From Trump's New York Headquarters to Clinton's
ABC News' Katherine Faulders and Jordyn Phelps take a ride from the New York Hilton to the Javits Center.
Little Girl Goes From Supergirl to Superstar Thanks to Epic School Picture
This adorable little girl has gone from Supergirl to overnight superstar thanks to her epic outfit choice for school picture day. Kaylieann Steinbach, 3, dressed up as Supergirl for her big close up, even bringing along a little sidekick, her Superman action figure. “On picture day at school she
Jon Karl on Vice Presidential Debate Moments
ABC News' Jon Karl talks about the impact of vice presidential debates and voters' perceptions of the candidates.
Tulsa Police Officer in Court for Shooting Death of Unarmed Man
Officer Betty Shelby faces manslaughter charges for her role in the controversial police-involved shooting.