Missouri candidate for governor Tom Schweich commits suicide: police
Dan Taylor - Feb 27, 2015
Missouri candidate for governor Tom Schweich commits suicide: police
Reports indicate that he had invited reporters to his home to discuss his plans to go public with alleged anti-semitic comments by the head of the Missouri Republican Party just minutes before he died of a single gunshot wound.
70-car chain reaction crash on I-95 in Maine injures 17 70-car chain reaction crash on I-95 in Maine injures 17
Beth Balen - Feb 25, 2015
Police expressed shock that no one was killed in the giant crash.
Breakthrough allowing same-sex couples to have their own biological children
Sean Krainert - Feb 25, 2015
Scientists are confirming that they have completed the first step in helping same-sex couples have biological children
Breakthrough allowing same-sex couples to have their own biological children
Sean Krainert - Feb 25, 2015
Scientists are confirming that they have completed the first step in helping same-sex couples have biological children
Alarming study finds that NSAIDs after a heart attack can cause dangerous bleeding Alarming study finds that NSAIDs after a heart attack can cause dangerous bleeding
Dan Taylor - Feb 25, 2015
Researchers found that even when taken for a short time, NSAIDs like aspirin and ibuprofen were much more likely to cause bleeding that required hospitalization in patients undergoing antithrombotic therapy.
For ideal performance nearly all mammals grow eyelashes of the same proportion
Justin Beach - Feb 25, 2015
Since the glory days of ancient Greece and Egypt, people have recognized the decorative uses of eyelashes but their real role is much more important than that.
Microplastics in the ocean may further endanger fragile coral
Justin Beach - Feb 25, 2015
Tons of plastics are finding their way into the oceans annually and scientists are only beginning to understand the potential impact on aquatic life.
Next year two teams will race rovers on the surface of the moon for $20 million
Justin Beach - Feb 25, 2015
Two private teams, one American, the other Japanese will race to explore lunar caves with the whole world watching.
Producers of Power Rangers short film in for legal fight
Rob Goldman - Feb 25, 2015
A legal battle is brewing.
Inspector Gadget is being rebooted by Netflix Inspector Gadget is being rebooted by Netflix
Rob Goldman - Feb 25, 2015
Inspector Gadget is back with an all new series premiering on Netflix
Missing UK teens believed by police to be in Syria
Katelyn Busse - Feb 25, 2015
Three teenage girls from London feared to have run off to join the ISIS group are believed to have crossed from Turkey into Syria
Jason Jones leaves 'The Daily Show,' new sitcom on the way
Meredith Rodefer - Feb 25, 2015
'The Daily Show' is losing another familiar face; Jason Jones is leaving and making a new sitcom that will appear on TBS.
Southwest allows jets to flying after missed inspections
Katelyn Busse - Feb 25, 2015
Southwest failed to perform mandatory inspections on 128 jets, FAA agrees planes can fly for five days while checks are completed
Insanity defence fails Routh in 'American Sniper' murder trial
Katelyn Busse - Feb 25, 2015
Former Marine found guilty of double murder, life in prision
Insanity defence fails Routh in 'American Sniper' murder trial
Katelyn Busse - Feb 25, 2015
Former Marine found guilty of double murder, life in prision
Most Americans think children should be vaccinated Most Americans think children should be vaccinated
Kerry Sullivan - Feb 25, 2015
Nearly 80 percent of Americans believe a healthy child should be vaccinated against preventable diseases.
A new study finds the most and least addictive foods A new study finds the most and least addictive foods
Kerry Sullivan - Feb 25, 2015
Researchers find highly processed snacks more addictive than all-natural food
WHO calling for 'collective response' to measles outbreak
Katelyn Busse - Feb 25, 2015
WHO Europe director "taken aback" by measles outbreak case numbers
Reddit: new policy prohibits sexually explicit content without consent
Meredith Rodefer - Feb 25, 2015
On March 10, Reddit users will be able to request to have unauthorized nude photos removed.
Stunning find: New HIV drug cuts infection by 86 percent in healthy gay men Stunning find: New HIV drug cuts infection by 86 percent in healthy gay men
Dan Taylor - Feb 25, 2015
Researchers found that those who take Truvada before and after risky gay sex had a dramatically lower risk of contracting HIV.
Yemeni rebels oust US-trained special forces Yemeni rebels oust US-trained special forces
Kerry Sullivan - Feb 25, 2015
The new to power Houthi group attacks a Sanaa army base as President Hadi flees to Aden.
Bill Cosby's lawyers want defamation suit dismissed, will file a motion this week Bill Cosby's lawyers want defamation suit dismissed, will file a motion this week
Dan Taylor - Feb 25, 2015
Cosby continues to deny allegations that he drugged and raped scores of women throughout his career.
Mysterious Siberian craters could be dangerous; scientists say urgent investigation is needed Mysterious Siberian craters could be dangerous; scientists say urgent investigation is needed
Dan Taylor - Feb 25, 2015
Scientists first began investigating the massive hold a few months ago when it was discovered in the remote Yamal region of Siberia.
Scientists find a whopping 7 species of ancient crocs in one patch of Amazon jungle Scientists find a whopping 7 species of ancient crocs in one patch of Amazon jungle
Dan Taylor - Feb 25, 2015
The crocs were about 13 million years old and were able to coexist due to an abundance of food in the area at the time.
Frequent Aspirin use can cause more severe strokes Frequent Aspirin use can cause more severe strokes
Kerry Sullivan - Feb 25, 2015
28 percent of stroke victims have some level of aspirin resistance
Naya Rivera pregnant with her first child Naya Rivera pregnant with her first child
Ann Savage - Feb 25, 2015
The Glee star broke the news on her personal blog and Instagram on Tuesday.
Chris Brown denied entry to Canada due to criminal history Chris Brown denied entry to Canada due to criminal history
Ann Savage - Feb 25, 2015
The singer announced the news hour prior to a scheduled concert on Tuesday.
Stunning discovery: Giant plumes of Sahara dust are fertilizing the Amazon Stunning discovery: Giant plumes of Sahara dust are fertilizing the Amazon
Dan Taylor - Feb 25, 2015
The report bases its findings on data from a NASA satellite launched back in 2006, which is able to pinpoint exactly how much phosphorous is leaving the Sahara and crossing the Atlantic to the Amazon basin.
Pickup driver arrested after train crash in SoCal injures 30 Pickup driver arrested after train crash in SoCal injures 30
Dan Taylor - Feb 25, 2015
Police said the driver was found about one and a half miles from the crash site after the train derailed, sending 30 people to local hospitals.
Villaraigosa drops out of race for Sen. Boxer's seat in California Villaraigosa drops out of race for Sen. Boxer's seat in California
Dan Taylor - Feb 25, 2015
The former Los Angeles mayor appears to have his eyes set on a run for governor in the state in 2018.
Christina Aguilera channels Cher, Britney Spears and Shakira on Fallon Christina Aguilera channels Cher, Britney Spears and Shakira on Fallon
Steven DiCarlo - Feb 25, 2015
Aguilera impersonates Britney Spears, Cher, and Shakira during Jimmy Fallon's "Wheel of Musical Impressions."
U.S. marijuana use taking off: Alaska third state to legalize U.S. marijuana use taking off: Alaska third state to legalize
Kaela Amaral - Feb 25, 2015
Alaska can now smoke up without fear.
Train crash in California injures 28
Mike Valles - Feb 24, 2015
Before dawn on Tuesday morning, a Metrolink passenger train in California hit a stalled pick-up truck and trailer that was on the tracks and seriously injured 28 people.
Train crash in California injures 28
Mike Valles - Feb 24, 2015
Before dawn on Tuesday morning, a Metrolink passenger train in California hit a stalled pick-up truck and trailer that was on the tracks and seriously injured 28 people.
Shocking reveal of the true hippopotamus ancestor
Sean Krainert - Feb 24, 2015
New findings reveal that the hippopotamus is closest in kin to a whale
Jessica Chastain joins forces with Chris Hemsworth in Universal's 'The Huntsman'
Jamie Lloyd - Feb 24, 2015
Spinoff of 'Snow White and the Huntsman' adds new characters, details on main characters' fates.
James Van Der Beek stars in super-dark Power Rangers short film
Jamie Lloyd - Feb 24, 2015
The wildly popular kids show from the 1990s takes a sharp right turn to NSFW adventure.
Jamie Dornan might be leaving Fifty Shades of Grey franchise
Kate Ferguson - Feb 24, 2015
Actor Jamie Dornan may not be returning to reprise his role as Christian Grey in the Fifty Shades of Grey series.
Jamie Dornan might be leaving Fifty Shades of Grey franchise
Kate Ferguson - Feb 24, 2015
Actor Jamie Dornan may not be returning to reprise his role as Christian Grey in the Fifty Shades of Grey series.
'Avengers: Age of Ultron' poster offers glimpse of Vision, reveals new casting details 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' poster offers glimpse of Vision, reveals new casting details
Steven DiCarlo - Feb 24, 2015
Marvel poster confirms return of four popular characters from its cinematic universe, and offers glimpse of Paul Bettany's The Vision.
Academy explains Joan Rivers' absence from Oscars 'In Memoriam' tribute segment Academy explains Joan Rivers' absence from Oscars 'In Memoriam' tribute segment
Steven DiCarlo - Feb 24, 2015
"Joan Rivers is among the many worthy artists and filmmakers we were unfortunately unable to feature in the In Memoriam segment of this year's Oscar show," stated the Academy