Scientists unearth 55,000-year-old skull that could provide clues on early Europeans
Dan Taylor - 19 hours ago
Scientists unearth 55,000-year-old skull that could provide clues on early Europeans
The skull would be the first to be discovered outside of Africa that was dated between 50,000 and 60,000 years old, and it could provide clues on modern humans' migration from Africa to Europe.
Marshawn Lynch stiff arms NFL media Marshawn Lynch stiff arms NFL media
Christopher Duggan - Jan 28, 2015
Lynch has been the reluctant subject of bizarre interviews all season long
Battleship USS Missouri commemorates launch and Pearl Harbor memorial Battleship USS Missouri commemorates launch and Pearl Harbor memorial
Cynthia Collins - Jan 28, 2015
The Battleship Missouri Memorial at Pearl Harbor is hosting Living History Day, Jan. 31, 2015, to commemorate her 1944 launch and her memorial museum.
Taiwanese fisherman may have found new species of ancient human
Justin Beach - Jan 28, 2015
The discovery suggests a great diversity of extinct human species were once scattered across Asia.
Situation remains fluid in Yemen as U.S. resumes drone strikes
Melissa Davis - Jan 28, 2015
U.S. to continue drone strikes despite turmoil in Yemen
Bradley Cooper on his life-changing role in 'American Sniper'
Jamie Lloyd - Jan 28, 2015
The actor speaks candidly about meeting veterans and their families and how he's been changed by the experience.
Affordable Care Act hits 9.5 million
Peter Lane - Jan 28, 2015
The Affordable Care Act has hit 9.5 million enrollees for 2015.
Affordable Care Act hits 9.5 million
Peter Lane - Jan 28, 2015
The Affordable Care Act has hit 9.5 million enrollees for 2015.
New New "bulletproof batteries" could last longer, reduce fire risk
Craig Manning - Jan 28, 2015
University of Michigan researchers are using Kevlar as a barrier between battery electrodes, with the goal of preventing short circuit issues that can cause battery fires.
Fight against antibiotic-resistant bacteria needs $1.2 billion, Obama said
Mike Valles - Jan 28, 2015
President Obama wants to increase the amount of money spent on fighting antibiotic-resistant bacteria to $1.2 billion.
Fight against antibiotic-resistant bacteria needs $1.2 billion, Obama said
Mike Valles - Jan 28, 2015
President Obama wants to increase the amount of money spent on fighting antibiotic-resistant bacteria to $1.2 billion.
Spotify and Sony to collaborate for new PlayStation Music service Spotify and Sony to collaborate for new PlayStation Music service
Craig Manning - Jan 28, 2015
Sony has entered into a new partnership deal with Spotify that will bring the streaming service's extensive music library to all PlayStation devices.
U.S. Army: no decision in Bergdahl case
Peter Lane - Jan 28, 2015
General Milley is still reviewing the 2009 disappearance of Sergeant Bergdahl to determine if disciplinary action is necessary.
NASA's soil monitoring satellite to launch Thursday
Justin Beach - Jan 28, 2015
Data from NASA's latest satellite will help to monitor and predict weather, droughts and floods.
'Steve Jobsí biopic reveals cast list and plot details 'Steve Jobs' biopic reveals cast list and plot details
Rob Goldman - Jan 28, 2015
Plot will focus on three iconic moments.
Lindsay Lohan avoids jail time, completes community service with hours to spare
Jamie Lloyd - Jan 28, 2015
The actress finishes 240 hours of court-ordered community service at the eleventh hour with U.K.-based charitable non-profit.
Chris Pratt may be our next Indiana Jones Chris Pratt may be our next Indiana Jones
Rob Goldman - Jan 28, 2015
From Guardians of the Galaxy to Jurassic World to Indiana Jones?
The legacy of Bill Belichick The legacy of Bill Belichick
Carson Link - Jan 28, 2015
The legacy that Bill Belichick will leave behind after his legendary career is over.
Mormon Church supports protections for gays, drawing praise and criticism Mormon Church supports protections for gays, drawing praise and criticism
Dan Taylor - Jan 28, 2015
Some hailed the decision as a symbolic gesture of progress, others argued that the church was simply trying to make a preemptive strike in advance of the Supreme Court ruling to not appear bigoted.
UK Govt: Give up steaks and gyros to stop global warming UK Govt: Give up steaks and gyros to stop global warming
Ian Lang - Jan 28, 2015
Poultry, fruits and vegetables require far less land than beef and lamb
Thieves use SUV to smash into Wells Fargo museum in San Francisco, steal gold nuggets Thieves use SUV to smash into Wells Fargo museum in San Francisco, steal gold nuggets
Dan Taylor - Jan 28, 2015
The thieves made off with just $13,000 in gold while leaving behind priceless artifacts from the Gold Rush era.
Florida woman released from jail in 'stand your ground' case Florida woman released from jail in 'stand your ground' case
Dan Taylor - Jan 28, 2015
She had unsuccessfully used the controversial law to defend herself, but the judge threw out a 20-year sentence and she was eventually given a deal for time served and two years of house arrest for the 2010 shooting.
Sugary drinks can cause earlier menstruation, increases risk of breast cancer
Kerry Sullivan - Jan 28, 2015
Harvard study finds possible link between sugary drink consumption and age of first menstruation
Jury convicts two Vanderbilt football players of rape; two more yet to be tried Jury convicts two Vanderbilt football players of rape; two more yet to be tried
Dan Taylor - Jan 28, 2015
Images the players took of the assault helped convict them, and the jury wasn't swayed by arguments that they were drunk out of their minds.
Obama proposes offshore drilling in the Atlantic, angering environmentalists Obama proposes offshore drilling in the Atlantic, angering environmentalists
Dan Taylor - Jan 28, 2015
Obama wants to allow some drilling in the Atlantic in order to protect other areas in the Arctic, Pacific and eastern Gulf of Mexico.
Sly Stone has won millions of dollars of royalties in an LA court case Sly Stone has won millions of dollars of royalties in an LA court case
Ann Savage - Jan 28, 2015
Stone, 71, alleged his partners had withheld royalties from him for 20 years.
New all-female Ghostbusters cast includes Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy New all-female Ghostbusters cast includes Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy
Ann Savage - Jan 28, 2015
SNL's Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones will round out the group.
Trouble sleeping may be a sign of high blood pressure
Kerry Sullivan - Jan 28, 2015
People who have difficulty falling asleep at night are three times as likely to have high blood pressure
Former Late Late Show host Craig Ferguson makes deal with Lionsgate Television
Stephen Jordan - Jan 28, 2015
Craig Ferguson will continue to exercise his comedy muscles on television.
Disney could cast 'LEGO Movie' lead Chris Pratt as Indiana Jones in reboot
Steven DiCarlo - Jan 28, 2015
Deadline reports Disney is considering Chris Pratt to be their new Indiana Jones in potential reboot.
Taylor Swift's accounts hacked and she is going to 'Shake it Off'
Courtney Frazer - Jan 27, 2015
Taylor Swift's Twitter and Instagram accounts were hacked earlier, Tuesday afternoon, with the hackers threatening to release nude photographs of the pop sensation, but Swift doesn't seem concerned.
New fossils show that snakes are millions of years older than previously thought
Justin Beach - Jan 27, 2015
New discovery reveals a 40 million year gap in our knowledge of snake evolution.
UCI researchers discover a way to unboil eggs
Peter Lane - Jan 27, 2015
UCI research has uncovered a way to untangle the proteins in boiled egg whites.
Astronomers find ancient solar system with 5 Earth-size planets
Justin Beach - Jan 27, 2015
The discovery of ancient planets answers a few questions and raises many new ones.
SpecialNeedsWare introduces TeachMate365 SpecialNeedsWare introduces TeachMate365
Courtney Frazer - Jan 27, 2015
SpecialNeedsWare is introducing TeachMate365, an app that specializes in on the visual processing skills of those with disabilities to assist in other learning areas.
Embattled rapper Lupe Fiasco paints his mural Embattled rapper Lupe Fiasco paints his mural
Christopher Duggan - Jan 27, 2015
Though Fiasco refuses to be labeled as a political performer, it is apparent that social issues still weigh heavy on his mind.
A sequel to Oliver Twist is in development, thanks to Edgar Wright A sequel to Oliver Twist is in development, thanks to Edgar Wright
Stephen Jordan - Jan 27, 2015
The former Ant-Man director has just handed in the first draft for the sequel.
Snapchat unveils their new Discover feature Snapchat unveils their new Discover feature
Deven Bhagwandin - Jan 27, 2015
Snapchat expands app with their new Discover feature.
Severe child neglect linked to poor brain development
Kerry Sullivan - Jan 27, 2015
Children in institutional care have noticeably different white matter than children raised by their biological parents.
Joan Rivers' daughter files malpractice lawsuit against clinic: 'We are outraged' Joan Rivers' daughter files malpractice lawsuit against clinic: 'We are outraged'
Steven DiCarlo - Jan 27, 2015
Melissa Rivers blames her mother's death on the reported incompetence of her doctors.
Astronomers: If alien civilizations exist, they're a lot older than imagined Astronomers: If alien civilizations exist, they're a lot older than imagined
Ian Lang - Jan 27, 2015
A "twin" of our own Solar system is nearly as old as the Universe itself