Watch touching video of blind mother seeing her newborn for the first time [VIDEO]
Dan Taylor - Jan 24, 2015
Watch touching video of blind mother seeing her newborn for the first time [VIDEO]
The woman was able to use special glasses provided by a company called eSight that replicates sight for those who are blind.
Top U.S. official meets Cuban dissidents, receives both praise and scorn Top U.S. official meets Cuban dissidents, receives both praise and scorn
Dan Taylor - Jan 24, 2015
The Cuban government voiced their displeasure at the meeting, but noted that it would not stop them from attempting to normalize ties with the United States.
Travelocity sold to Expedia for $280 million Travelocity sold to Expedia for $280 million
Dan Taylor - Jan 24, 2015
Parent company Sabre decided to sell the company, which launched in 1996, as competition has driven traffic away from the site, making the company decide to focus on their core business and hand off the site to Expedia.
Mandy Moore and Ryan Adams split after 6 years of marriage Mandy Moore and Ryan Adams split after 6 years of marriage
Dan Taylor - Jan 24, 2015
The couple described their divorce as "amicable," and have not yet set a date for when the plan to make it official.
Helicopter crash kills 2 Marines at Twentynine Palms base: report Helicopter crash kills 2 Marines at Twentynine Palms base: report
Dan Taylor - Jan 24, 2015
Authorities were unable to provide any further details about the crash, which occurred during a training exercise at the base.
Did ECB's new stimulus program just upset the Fed's plans to boost rates? Did ECB's new stimulus program just upset the Fed's plans to boost rates?
Dan Taylor - Jan 24, 2015
The Fed wants to increase rates to hold off inflation as jobs and wages pick up, but the ECB is going in the opposite direction, which could complicate things.
Dalton Hayes of 'Bonnie and Clyde' crime spree slapped with statutory rape charges: authorities Dalton Hayes of 'Bonnie and Clyde' crime spree slapped with statutory rape charges: authorities
Dan Taylor - Jan 24, 2015
Hayes was reportedly crying when he went into the courtroom, and said he wished he had bought bus tickets instead of stealing cars, according to reports.
Review: The Theory of Everything
Stephen Jordan - Jan 24, 2015
A review for the Stephen Hawkins biopic The Theory of Everything.
Antarctic research team finds an entire ecosystem under 2500 feet of ice
Justin Beach - Jan 24, 2015
An Antarctic research team, which set out to check on the health of a glacier, discovered a remarkable and mysterious vein of life in one of the world's least hospitable environments.
NASA to explore Mars with helicopter drones?
Justin Beach - Jan 23, 2015
Drones could help to speed up the next Mars rover, while making sure that researchers didn't miss important sites.
A world critical of gun control in the U.S. A world critical of gun control in the U.S.
Deven Bhagwandin - Jan 23, 2015
America's ability and motivation to reduce gun related fatalities is called into question on the world stage.
Measles outbreak has infected 70 people
Mike Valles - Jan 23, 2015
The measles outbreak that started at Disneyland has spread to 70 people and the numbers are still climbing.
Measles outbreak has infected 70 people
Mike Valles - Jan 23, 2015
The measles outbreak that started at Disneyland has spread to 70 people and the numbers are still climbing.
Stomach sleeping is a big no for epileptics Stomach sleeping is a big no for epileptics
Kate Ferguson - Jan 23, 2015
New research finds a link between stomach sleeping and sudden deaths in epileptics.
Women turning to laughing gas to reduce labor pains Women turning to laughing gas to reduce labor pains
Kate Ferguson - Jan 23, 2015
Laughing gas is being offered as an alternative pain management option during labor.
Alec Baldwin is writing a memoir Alec Baldwin is writing a memoir
Rob Goldman - Jan 23, 2015
The memoir is to be published in fall 2016.
United States: investment destination of choice United States: investment destination of choice
Gary Picariello - Jan 23, 2015
The U.S. economy, despite what naysayer economists feel, leads the pack globally as the most important market for growth in the new year.
Bradley Cooper is bringing The Elephant Man to London Stage Bradley Cooper is bringing The Elephant Man to London Stage
Rob Goldman - Jan 23, 2015
The American Sniper star is going to the stage.
Yemen government falls to Shiite rebels, U.S. ally in Arab Peninsula ousted Yemen government falls to Shiite rebels, U.S. ally in Arab Peninsula ousted
Melissa Davis - Jan 23, 2015
Yemen President resigns as rebels lay siege in the capital. U.N. agreement fails.
Colts have tough offseason choices to consider Colts have tough offseason choices to consider
Carson Link - Jan 23, 2015
With the draft and free agency fast approaching, what will the Colts decide to do?
Sony delays earnings statement, blames Sony Pictures hack
Michael Green - Jan 23, 2015
In an application filed with the Financial Services Agency of Japan, Sony asks for a delay until March 31.
China now blocking censorship-avoiding VPN services
Michael Green - Jan 23, 2015
Astrill, StrongVPN and Golden Frog are the VPNs currently experiencing outages.
Scientists alarmed by Greenland's disappearing lakes Scientists alarmed by Greenland's disappearing lakes
Dan Taylor - Jan 23, 2015
Researchers found that a lake that had been stable for decades suddenly drained away in a matter of weeks, raising concerns about climate change's impacts on the region.
Study: Early human ancestors used their hands just like us Study: Early human ancestors used their hands just like us
Ian Lang - Jan 23, 2015
Ancestors were able to use tools before tools were likely invented
Twin 9-year-old boys mostly abandoned in apartment for months, police say Twin 9-year-old boys mostly abandoned in apartment for months, police say
Dan Taylor - Jan 23, 2015
Authorities said the parents had traveled to Nigeria a few months back and left the boys in the care of their uncle, who only dropped by occasionally despite telling the parents he would take care of them, according to authorities.
U.S. stocks surge after Europe announces stimulus program U.S. stocks surge after Europe announces stimulus program
Dan Taylor - Jan 23, 2015
Although the stock market was all over the place on Thursday, investors eventually decided that the the European Central Bank's decision was good for the U.S. economy.
Nebraska seeks stay in gay marriage case, ACLU to fight the move Nebraska seeks stay in gay marriage case, ACLU to fight the move
Dan Taylor - Jan 23, 2015
The state wants to wait for the Supreme Court to rule on the issue in the next few months, but the ACLU believes that the issue should be dealt with now.
X-Men: Apocalypse casts Game of Thrones actress for Jean Grey; new Cyclops, and Storm
Curtis Han - Jan 23, 2015
X-Men: Apocalypse announced new actors for Jean Grey, Cyclops and Storm.
Glee actress Melissa Benoist will be Supergirl in CBS pilot
Curtis Han - Jan 23, 2015
Melissa Benoist will fly off next year from Glee to Supergirl.
CBS' 'Supergirl' drama will focus on 'flawed humanity' of Superman's cousin
Steven DiCarlo - Jan 23, 2015
CBS reveals upcoming drama starring Melissa Benoist shouldn't be considered a "superhero" show.
Rainn Wilson is adamant: Don't compare 'Backstrom' to Dwight Shrute
Steven DiCarlo - Jan 23, 2015
Wilson warns fans that Backstrom will be even more offensive than his former 'Office' character.
Protesters filled National Mall in annual March for Life Protesters filled National Mall in annual March for Life
Meredith Rodefer - Jan 22, 2015
On the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade case, thousands appeared at the National Mall to participate in the annual March for Life.
"Deflate Gate" haunts Super Bowl preparations
Christopher Duggan - Jan 22, 2015
The NFL playoffs are on hiatus this week in preparation of next weekend's Super Bowl 49 between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks.
Lea Michele threw up while singing Let It Go
Curtis Han - Jan 22, 2015
Lea Michele tells Jimmy Kimmel during the live taping of Jimmy Kimmel Live! that she threw up while singing Let It Go.
NASA assembly takes 100 millionth picture of the sun
Peter Lane - Jan 22, 2015
The Atmospheric Imaging Assembly has taken its 100 millionth picture of the sun.
Windows 10 will now be offering a great OS upgrade for free Windows 10 will now be offering a great OS upgrade for free
Stephen Jordan - Jan 22, 2015
Microsoft revealed plans for new flashy toys to be released.
Should SOTU applause be moderated to reduce disruption? Should SOTU applause be moderated to reduce disruption?
Christopher Duggan - Jan 22, 2015
Showering the President in applause has long been an unspoken tradition of these annual addresses
In AI first a robot with the artificially create mind of a worm acts independently
Justin Beach - Jan 22, 2015
Lego worm-bot may be the first true example of an artificial biological organism.
Meteorite's magnetic memory can act like a hard drive from space
Justin Beach - Jan 22, 2015
Reading magnetic signatures from tiny asteroid particles tells scientists a great deal about their history and the early solar system.
Texas 9-year-old fights for medical marijuana Texas 9-year-old fights for medical marijuana
Deven Bhagwandin - Jan 22, 2015
Nine-year-old Alexis Bortell fights to legalize medical marijuana in Texas.
Doomsday clock reads three minutes to midnight Doomsday clock reads three minutes to midnight
Agustin Guerrero - Jan 22, 2015
The metaphorical clock counting down to the end of the world is ticking closer to midnight.