Doctor who survived Ebola slams media, public for portraying him as reckless
Dan Taylor - Feb 26, 2015
Doctor who survived Ebola slams media, public for portraying him as reckless
Dr. Craig Spencer said he was not experiencing symptoms until the day of his hospitalization, contrary to reports that indicated he had felt fatigue two days prior.
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
Google bans porn from Blogger Google bans porn from Blogger
Dan Taylor - Feb 24, 2015
The ban goes into effect on March 23, and any blog that violates this rule will be made private, restricting viewership to just people who have had the blog shared with them.
Winter weather continues to hammer large parts of the U.S. Winter weather continues to hammer large parts of the U.S.
Dan Taylor - Feb 24, 2015
Cold temperatures have persisted, keeping snow on the ground and causing some cities to scramble to replenish road salt supplies before another snowstorm creates a crisis.
Gerbils replace rats as main cause of Black Death
Justin Beach - Feb 24, 2015
New research from a team at the University of Oslo may cause historians to re-write the cause of Europe's greatest epidemic.
Rob Riggle to star in Fox pilot 48 Hours 'Til Monday
Rob Goldman - Feb 24, 2015
Will co-star Jane Curtain.
Lionsgate to create a TV show / video game hybrid with Telltale Games
Rob Goldman - Feb 24, 2015
Lionsgate invests in Telltale games.
Google bans 'graphic nudity' from Blogger
Meredith Rodefer - Feb 24, 2015
Google has a new policy stating that bans 'sexually explicit' content from Blogger effective March 23.
US shellfish industry at risk as oceans become more acidic
Justin Beach - Feb 24, 2015
Oysters and clams could be among the first victims of rising levels of ocean acidification and most fishing communities are unprepared, according to researchers.
Frequent saunas may increase lifespan, study says
Meredith Rodefer - Feb 24, 2015
A Finnish study released Monday suggested that more visits to the sauna could be linked to better heart health.
Miracle 26-hour surgery to separate conjoined twin girls to be aired on Nightline Miracle 26-hour surgery to separate conjoined twin girls to be aired on Nightline
Dan Taylor - Feb 24, 2015
The twins were born nine months premature and shared a number of organs, making the separation a very complicated procedure.
Acidic oceans threatening U.S. Shellfish, study says
Meredith Rodefer - Feb 24, 2015
U.S. shellfish are suffering the effects of increases in ocean acidification, and fishing communities are expected to take a large economic hit.
Husband of Las Vegas 'road rage' victim explains why story has changed Husband of Las Vegas 'road rage' victim explains why story has changed
Dan Taylor - Feb 24, 2015
Erich Nowsch Jr. is facing charges of murder after a confrontation with Tammy Meyers, but his lawyer argues that he was acting in self-defense.
American Horror Story actor Ben Woolf passes away
Ann Savage - Feb 24, 2015
The actor, 34, was sideswiped by a car on February 19th.
Rare Russian leopard rebounding from the brink of extinction
Justin Beach - Feb 23, 2015
The most endangered cat in the world is rebounding quickly according to conservation officials.
Apple to release the new, diversified emoji
Meredith Rodefer - Feb 23, 2015
Apple's latest betas, iOS 8.3 and OS X 10.10.3, will include an option to alter the skin tone of any emoji in the people set.
Google Wallet is about to ambush Apple Pay Google Wallet is about to ambush Apple Pay
Kaela Amaral - Feb 23, 2015
Google Wallet is poised to trump Apple Pay out of its number one spot.
Idaho anti-abortion lawmaker asks if small camera can be swallowed in order to do gynecological exam
Beth Balen - Feb 23, 2015
Idaho Rep. Vito Barbieri (R) asked the question during a discussion of whether a clinical exam should be required before an abortion pill is prescribed.
Carnivorous bladderwort plant packs big wonders into tiny genome
Justin Beach - Feb 23, 2015
The remarkable bladderwort has a unique biological niche and if its genome and genetic history are any indication, it intends to keep it.
Grandmother on trial for allegedly making 9-year-old granddaughter run until she died
Beth Balen - Feb 23, 2015
Prosecutors are calling Joyce Hardin Garrard the "drill sergeant from hell," who allegedly punished her granddaughter by making her run and carry wood until she dropped.
John Travolta, Lady Gaga and Patricia Arquette steal the show at 87th Academy Awards John Travolta, Lady Gaga and Patricia Arquette steal the show at 87th Academy Awards
Steven DiCarlo - Feb 23, 2015
The 87th Academy Awards ceremony was filled with memorable musical performances, speeches, and awkward celebrity reunions.
12 hospitalized at Wesleyan University after taking 'Molly' drug
Beth Balen - Feb 23, 2015
Four people are still hospitalized as of Monday after a Sunday party at which they apparently overdosed on a "bad batch" of Molly (MDMA).
John Travolta creeps out the Oscars with over-handling of female stars
Beth Balen - Feb 23, 2015
Zooming in on Scarlet Johansson's waist and glomming onto Idina Menzel's chin made many observers uncomfortable.
Mummy found inside thousand year old Buddha Statue
Justin Beach - Feb 23, 2015
Dutch researchers, in the process of examining a Buddha statue from the 11th or 12th century have found human remains inside.
Toddler twins die after being found unresponsive in bathtub
Beth Balen - Feb 23, 2015
One twin died today, the other on Feb. 17, the day they were found unresponsive in the tub.
Man accused of using Facebook to kidnap, kill young girl is not a murderer, lawyer says Man accused of using Facebook to kidnap, kill young girl is not a murderer, lawyer says
Dan Taylor - Feb 23, 2015
Police say he wanted to kidnap the girl and then later rescue her to be given credit as the hero, but it went wrong and she died of asphyxiation.
23andMe gets FDA approval for Bloom Syndrome genetic test
Katelyn Busse - Feb 23, 2015
Consumer genetics testing startup 23andMe can now inform people about their risk for one inherited disease