Wildfire roars through Montana; ski resort evacuated
Dan Taylor - Mar 29, 2015
Wildfire roars through Montana; ski resort evacuated
The wildfire likely started on private property and was driven into the forest by strong winds of up to 50 miles per hour.
Undefeated Kentucky v. Wisconsin
Stephen Jordan - Mar 28, 2015
Kentucky players celebrate after a 68-66 win over Notre Dame on Saturday.
How the 'Angelina effect' could save thousands of lives
Katharine Gripp - Mar 28, 2015
Angelina Jolie continues to use her star power as a force for good
Another 40,000 infected Minnesota turkeys to be killed Another 40,000 infected Minnesota turkeys to be killed
Gregory Baskin - Mar 28, 2015
Now over 100,000 killed while H5N2 is detected in the West.
Stanford University investigates 'unusually high' number of cheaters
Katharine Gripp - Mar 28, 2015
Stanford administrators worry that student cheating last term may have reached its highest level in recent years
Hugh Jackman to retire Wolverine Hugh Jackman to retire Wolverine
Courtney Slusser - Mar 28, 2015
The actor hints he may be finished with the role.
Microsoft plans huge expansion of Windows 10 on Lumia phones Microsoft plans huge expansion of Windows 10 on Lumia phones
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
The Windows 10 Technical Preview still wont' be available to Samsung, HTC, or other third-party phones -- and not necessarily to all Lumias, either.
Ancient ancestor of lobsters and spiders found in British Columbia
Justin Beach - Mar 28, 2015
Ancient arthropod was a dominant predator, long before the first dinosaur appeared.
Boston cop shot, suspected shooter dies
Stephen Jordan - Mar 28, 2015
Boston Police officer John T. Moynihan was shot on Friday night, leaving him critically injured while the suspected shooter was killed in a gun fight with police.
Coffee can slash risk of liver cancer -- even for those who booze it up too much, study finds Coffee can slash risk of liver cancer -- even for those who booze it up too much, study finds
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
Researchers aren't sure why coffee prevents inflammation in the liver, but they have confirmed a clear correlation that suggests that coffee can reduce some of the ill effects of too much alcohol consumption.
Katy Perry is obsessed with shoes, carries 25 pairs everywhere: interview Katy Perry is obsessed with shoes, carries 25 pairs everywhere: interview
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
The pop star has plenty of diva moments despite her down-to-earth personality, and revealed many of her quirks during a recent interview promoting a film about her tour.
Los Angeles commuter train slams into car, injures dozens Los Angeles commuter train slams into car, injures dozens
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
One person was injured critically in the crash, which caused two of the three passenger cars to be derailed.
Panic in Ebola-stricken Sierra Leone as police fire tear gas on crowd during lockdown Panic in Ebola-stricken Sierra Leone as police fire tear gas on crowd during lockdown
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
The government instituted a three-day lockdown in an attempt to stamp out the Ebola epidemic, but people have run out of food and have started riots.
Climate change, Ted Cruz, Galileo and flat-Earthers Climate change, Ted Cruz, Galileo and flat-Earthers
Gregory Baskin - Mar 28, 2015
The candidate says climate change advocates want to control "every aspect of our lives."
2 feared dead in NYC explosion as search continues 2 feared dead in NYC explosion as search continues
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
Family members held out hope, but authorities don't believe anyone is likely to have survived the blast that hasn't already been rescued.
Senate Shocker: Harry Reid is stepping down, picks Schumer to replace him Senate Shocker: Harry Reid is stepping down, picks Schumer to replace him
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
The longtime leader of Senate Democrats has announced he won't be running for reelection, and has endorsed New York Sen. Charles Schumer to replace him as leader of Senate Dems.
Apple Watch launch in two weeks: how to get one Apple Watch launch in two weeks: how to get one
Beth Balen - Mar 28, 2015
Inventories are expected to be tight on launch day.
Prosecutors may go after stepmom in brutal running death of little girl in Alabama Prosecutors may go after stepmom in brutal running death of little girl in Alabama
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
The girl's grandmother, Joyce Hardin Garrard, was sentenced to life in prison without parole after being spared the death penalty. She is accused of making her granddaughter run for lying until she died of seizures.
Slack gets Hacked: Up to 500,000 users of group chat tool compromised Slack gets Hacked: Up to 500,000 users of group chat tool compromised
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
Slack is scrambling to get a handle on the situation, and has since offered new security features to prevent an attack from happening again.
Anti-vaxxers to blame? Measles case in Oklahoma creates outbreak scare Anti-vaxxers to blame? Measles case in Oklahoma creates outbreak scare
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
While Oklahoma state officials say the risk of others contracting the disease is unlikely, that only applies to people who are immune to the disease either through being vaccinated or because they had it before.
A Year in Space: Astronaut Scott Kelly blasts off for amazing ISS mission -- is Mars next? A Year in Space: Astronaut Scott Kelly blasts off for amazing ISS mission -- is Mars next?
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
It will be the longest anyone has ever spent on the ISS, and it appears to be a precursor to manned expeditions to Mars, which will be 2- to 3-year-long journey.
Ted Cruz thumbs nose at doubters, swings through New Hampshire Ted Cruz thumbs nose at doubters, swings through New Hampshire
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
Cruz said he would make defeating Obamacare his top priority, just days after revealing his family would be signing up for coverage under Obamacare.
Massive backlash as NCAA, Apple, others slam Indiana's new anti-gay law Massive backlash as NCAA, Apple, others slam Indiana's new anti-gay law
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
Gov. Mike Pence says it's about religious freedom rather than discrimination, but that didn't stop an outpouring of outrage nationwide over the signing of the law.
The herb roseroot may treat depression better than medicine
Kate Ferguson - Mar 28, 2015
An herb called roseroot has been found to treat depression effectively and with fewer side effects than conventional medicines.
The herb roseroot may treat depression better than medicine
Kate Ferguson - Mar 28, 2015
An herb called roseroot has been found to treat depression effectively and with fewer side effects than conventional medicines.
Sex, sports, gaming, Facebook: Virtual Reality is about to change entertainment big time Sex, sports, gaming, Facebook: Virtual Reality is about to change entertainment big time
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
Facebook's F8 developers' conference this past week showcased the best in Virtual Reality, and showed that the technology is now ready for the market.
Trailer for new Bond film 'Spectre' arrives on YouTube Trailer for new Bond film 'Spectre' arrives on YouTube
Craig Manning - Mar 28, 2015
After a two-and-a-half year wait, Eon Productions and MGM have finally unveiled the first teaser trailer for the 24th film in the 007 franchise: "Spectre."
Trailer for new Bond film 'Spectre' arrives on YouTube Trailer for new Bond film 'Spectre' arrives on YouTube
Craig Manning - Mar 28, 2015
After a two-and-a-half year wait, Eon Productions and MGM have finally unveiled the first teaser trailer for the 24th film in the 007 franchise: "Spectre."
Colorado woman accused of cutting fetus from pregnant woman will not be charged with murder
Beth Balen - Mar 28, 2015
The coroner has concluded that the fetus never lived outside the womb, therefore, under Colorado law, there can be no murder charge.
Human night vision? Just an eye injection away Human night vision? Just an eye injection away
Kaela Amaral - Mar 28, 2015
It's like something out of a comic book, but it's real.
CRASH: BlackBerry sales plummet as CEO Chen looks to software to save them CRASH: BlackBerry sales plummet as CEO Chen looks to software to save them
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
Chen said that he expected the company's growing software side to boost profits in the future, and sales would not dip below $500 million.
Boston Marathon trial drama: Defense gets ready to slam feds' case Boston Marathon trial drama: Defense gets ready to slam feds' case
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
The team, which has already admitted to the guilt of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, wants to spare him the death penalty and will seek to poke holes in the prosecution's case.
Stunning sell-off: Dow Chemical sells $5 billion chlorine business to Olin Corp. Stunning sell-off: Dow Chemical sells $5 billion chlorine business to Olin Corp.
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
Dow Chemical is making the move to focus on more profitable products, while Olin wants to become an industry leader in chlorine manufacturing.
Judge fines Washington florist who refused to serve a same-sex couple Judge fines Washington florist who refused to serve a same-sex couple
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
The state's attorney general sent her a letter asking her not to discriminate in the future, but she refused, prompting a lawsuit she would later lose.
Shocking racist act against Ole Miss statue results in arrest Shocking racist act against Ole Miss statue results in arrest
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
The man was charged with putting a noose and a Confederate flag on the statue of James Meredith, the first black student who had to be escorted by armed federal agents to enroll in 1962.
Massive NYC explosion after someone 'inappropriately' tapped gas line: mayor Massive NYC explosion after someone 'inappropriately' tapped gas line: mayor
Dan Taylor - Mar 28, 2015
The line had just failed inspection by ConEd, who was supposed to give instructions that no more gas be sent through the line -- but just 15 minutes later, an explosion injured at least 22 people in East Village.
Silicon Valley ‘boys’ club’ trumps woman seeking gender equality Silicon Valley 'boys' club' trumps woman seeking gender equality
Kerry Sullivan - Mar 28, 2015
The verdict for the Ellen Pao case is announced - the jury sides with Kleiner on every count
'Mad Men' relics to be on display at the Smithsonian 'Mad Men' relics to be on display at the Smithsonian
Steven DiCarlo - Mar 28, 2015
Jon Hamm's iconic Don Draper suit and other 'Mad Men' memorabilia donated to National Museum of American History.
Sierra Leone residents staying home to stop Ebola
Sean Krainert - Mar 28, 2015
West African nation Sierra Leone enforces a strict policy for residents to stay in their homes in an attempt to rid Ebola
Sierra Leone residents staying home to stop Ebola
Sean Krainert - Mar 28, 2015
West African nation Sierra Leone enforces a strict policy for residents to stay in their homes in an attempt to rid Ebola
Alta Bates fined for serious safety violation
Sean Krainert - Mar 28, 2015
Alta Bates is being fined for a safety violation that put patients, staff and visitors at risk of potential infection