Muslims, Anti-Islam protesters clash in ugly confrontation in Arizona
Dan Taylor - May 31, 2015
Muslims, Anti-Islam protesters clash in ugly confrontation in Arizona
The two groups of protesters screamed at each other across a line of police.
IRS breach exposes tax payer information to hackers
Sean Krainert - May 27, 2015
The IRS have released information about the thieves that accessed over 100,000 taxpayers files and confidential information
Breaking: DOJ, FBI to charge top FIFA officials with corruption
NAT_admin - May 27, 2015
A big move from the U.S.
Pauline Zebrowski and the arts and crafts crowdfunding campaign
Stephen Jordan - May 26, 2015
Pauline Zebrowski 85 year old widow will launch crowdfunding campaign to promote her unique crafts.
Study links obese teenage boys to higher risk of bowel cancer
Sean Krainert - May 26, 2015
A new study that spanned 35 years published findings that link obesity in teenage boys with a much higher risk for bowel cancer
Study links obese teenage boys to higher risk of bowel cancer
Sean Krainert - May 26, 2015
A new study that spanned 35 years published findings that link obesity in teenage boys with a much higher risk for bowel cancer
Talks organized to quell the growing storm in Burundi
Kerry Sullivan - May 26, 2015
Both the UN Security Council and the East African Community will meet this week to try and deal with the growing crisis.
Another threat? Evacuation of US Capitol Another threat? Evacuation of US Capitol
Kerry Sullivan - May 26, 2015
A fire alarm clears out everyone inside the Capitol Building.
Google Doodle celebrates Sally Ride, the first American woman to travel in space
Stephen Jordan - May 26, 2015
The astronaut and physicist worked to motivate young people, especially girls, to become interested in science and math
May killings in Baltimore highest of the century May killings in Baltimore highest of the century
Gregory Baskin - May 26, 2015
The "deplorable" shootings "are all over the city."
B.B King death may have been murder B.B King death may have been murder
Gregory Baskin - May 26, 2015
Daughters of the blues legend accuse his agent of administering "foreign substances" into his body.
11 new chameleon species discovered in Madagascar 11 new chameleon species discovered in Madagascar
Sam Catherman - May 26, 2015
What scientists once thought was just one type of panther chameleon has turned out to be 11 distinct species, a new study has shown.
Did the journal Science publish a fabricated study on gay unions? Did the journal Science publish a fabricated study on gay unions?
Dan Taylor - May 26, 2015
Criticis are blasting the journal Science over supposedly lax standards after a graduate student's recently published paper was slammed by scientists.
At Arlington, Obama honors the fallen At Arlington, Obama honors the fallen
Kerry Sullivan - May 26, 2015
The President honors the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for this country.
Wolf Volcano erupts in Galapagos, pink iguanas potentially threatened
Meredith Rodefer - May 26, 2015
Wolf Volcano on Isabela Island erupted early Monday and could potentially threaten "the only population" of the critically endangered Galapagos rosy iguana.
Will Smith's son Jaden will allegedly also play a DC comic-book character: Static Shock [rumor]
Stephen Jordan - May 26, 2015
Tyler James Williams talks about superheroes and a rumor regarding Jaden Smith.
Battle ropes are the new workout craze in U.S. gyms
Meredith Rodefer - May 25, 2015
Battle ropes are becoming a go-to fitness tool in gyms across the U.S.
Drivers are feeling like robots; auto industry scrambles Drivers are feeling like robots; auto industry scrambles
Dan Taylor - May 25, 2015
Everyone is talking about self-driving cars but what is the auto industry going to do with them?
'Sex-switching' mosquitoes could wipe out Dengue, Malaria 'Sex-switching' mosquitoes could wipe out Dengue, Malaria
Dan Taylor - May 25, 2015
Researchers at Virginia Tech have found a way to turn female mosquitoes into males, which don't bite and therefore would halt the spread of deadly jungle diseases worldwide.
A cure for erectile dysfunction? Coffee A cure for erectile dysfunction? Coffee
Dan Taylor - May 25, 2015
If you've got ED, you may want to put down the Viagra and pick up a cup of coffee instead.
7th dead whale washes up on California beach -- why is this happening? 7th dead whale washes up on California beach -- why is this happening?
Dan Taylor - May 25, 2015
Yet another dead gray whale has been found on Portuguese Beach north of San Francisco.
Rick Perry tries to woo Iowa for 2016 Rick Perry tries to woo Iowa for 2016
Kerry Sullivan - May 25, 2015
The Texas governor travels to the far reaches of Iowa in order to get one more vote.
Harvard finds weight loss herb: Chinese 'thunder god vine' Harvard finds weight loss herb: Chinese 'thunder god vine'
Kerry Sullivan - May 25, 2015
Celastrol halved the weight of obese mice in just three weeks.
Taxi crash kills 'A Beautiful Mind' John Nash and Wife
Kerry Sullivan - May 25, 2015
A brilliant man was killed by a foolish taxi driver.
Anne Meara, mother of actor Ben Stiller, dies at 85 Anne Meara, mother of actor Ben Stiller, dies at 85
Stephen Jordan - May 25, 2015
Anne Meara, Ben Stiller's mother and wife of comedian Jerry Stiller, dies at the age of 85 after decades as a Hollywood star.
'Avengers: Age of Ultron' nears $1.3 billion at the global box office 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' nears $1.3 billion at the global box office
Stephen Jordan - May 24, 2015
'Tomorrowland' took the #1 spot in North America this weekend, but that didn't stop Marvel's 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' from passing the $400 million mark domestically.
It's a very strange star ... and NASA is calling it 'Nasty 1' It's a very strange star ... and NASA is calling it 'Nasty 1'
Dan Taylor - May 24, 2015
This star that sits deep in our Milky Way galaxy has some absolutely bizarre attributes.
'The Flash' executive producer reveals the 1st season was an 'The Flash' executive producer reveals the 1st season was an "alternate timeline" [spoilers]
Stephen Jordan - May 24, 2015
The Flash executive producer Andrew Kresiberg says the first season of The CW's Flash is an alternate timeline.
SpaceX surpasses big hurdle SpaceX surpasses big hurdle
Gregory Baskin - May 24, 2015
The space transport company can now compete to carry most U.S. space missions aloft.
Non-prescription Viagra 007 contains ... Viagra Non-prescription Viagra 007 contains ... Viagra
Gregory Baskin - May 24, 2015
How the proprietary prescription drug from Pfizer became an active ingredient in a Chinese dietary supplement is not known.
Shocking story of Arizona dog found hanging in a tree prompts flood of donations Shocking story of Arizona dog found hanging in a tree prompts flood of donations
Dan Taylor - May 24, 2015
Police are searching for the owners responsible for the terrible deed as Sunny recovers with a foster parents and $20,000 in donations floods in to help her recovery.
Ebola epidemic terror prompts WHO $100m emergency fund Ebola epidemic terror prompts WHO $100m emergency fund
Dan Taylor - May 24, 2015
The massive outbreak of Ebola in West Africa last year terrorized the international community and has led to the creation of an emergency fund to deal with future disasters like this.
Teen who attended prom with Jaguars star Sen'Derrick Marks dies from liver cancer Teen who attended prom with Jaguars star Sen'Derrick Marks dies from liver cancer
Dan Taylor - May 24, 2015
It was a heartwarming story of a girl who had been through so many rounds of chemo that she just wanted one night to feel normal, but that story has come to an end.
Could e-cigarettes be MORE harmful than tobacco? Could e-cigarettes be MORE harmful than tobacco?
Dan Taylor - May 24, 2015
A new study takes a deeper look at just how vaping is perceived, and the results may surprise you.
If you're depressed, you could die of heart failure suddenly If you're depressed, you could die of heart failure suddenly
Dan Taylor - May 24, 2015
An alarming new study finds that those who suffer from depression are more likely to have a fatal heart event within the next 12 months.
Is 'Mission: Impossible 6' already headed into pre-production?
Stephen Jordan - May 24, 2015
Paramount is already moving forward on Mission: Impossible 6
Blackhawks emerge victorious in Game 4 of Western final
Stephen Jordan - May 24, 2015
Antoine Vermette scored at 5 minutes 37 seconds of the second overtime, and the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Anaheim Ducks, 5-4
Hubble observes one-of-a-kind star that could shed light on stellar evolution
Justin Beach - May 23, 2015
A massive Wolf-Raynet star could provide evidence for stellar cannibalism in binary systems.
Thousands of new species described in first detailed study of Earth's vital plankton
Justin Beach - May 23, 2015
Earth is mostly water and the vast majority of life in the ocean is plankton but little has been known about the microscopic organisms, until now.
Hollywood reacts to Ireland legalizing gay marriage
Stephen Jordan - May 23, 2015
Sam Smith, Miley Cyrus and Sarah Silverman are among A-listers celebrating Ireland's vote for legalized gay marriage.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon commuted the life sentence of Jeff Mizanskey; who is serving time for marijuana related offenses Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon commuted the life sentence of Jeff Mizanskey; who is serving time for marijuana related offenses
Stephen Jordan - May 23, 2015
On Friday, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon decided to exercise some mercy, freeing a man from prison in the midst of a life sentence.