Trump says he's 'serious' about 2016 bid, but no one is buying it
Dan Taylor - Mar 01, 2015
Trump says he's 'serious' about 2016 bid, but no one is buying it
Trump has often made claims dating back to 2011 boasting that he could win the Republican nomination and defeat his Democratic opponent, but he has never actually made a formal bid at a nomination.
U.S. dollar has worst month in a long time U.S. dollar has worst month in a long time
Dan Taylor - Feb 28, 2015
The dollar's growth slowed after months of dizzying growth as the U.S. economy continues to recover, but despite the slowing rally, investors believe the dollar will continue to grow in 2015.
Kelly Osbourne splitting from 'Fashion Police' on E! after Zendaya hair drama
Jamie Lloyd - Feb 28, 2015
The former wild child of the Osbourne family stands up for her friend and leaves the snarky show.
Ted Cruz fires shot across Jeb Bush's bow, says Ted Cruz fires shot across Jeb Bush's bow, says "NO" to Common Core in schools
Dan Taylor - Feb 28, 2015
The "Common Core" requirements were created by a bipartisan group of governors, but ever since President Obama endorsed them, Republicans have begun charging that they amount to a federal takeover of education.
Massachusetts teen coldly urges friend to commit suicide, texts friends after: police Massachusetts teen coldly urges friend to commit suicide, texts friends after: police
Dan Taylor - Feb 28, 2015
Police say she not only encouraged him to kill himself via carbon monoxide poisoning, but that she even demanded that he get back in the truck when he had second thoughts.
Obama's proposed bullet ban angers gun lovers Obama's proposed bullet ban angers gun lovers
Kerry Sullivan - Feb 28, 2015
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms proposes to ban assault rifle bullets, much to the ire of the National Rifle Association
Boston Marathon bomber trial finally set to begin after panel rules jury not biased Boston Marathon bomber trial finally set to begin after panel rules jury not biased
Dan Taylor - Feb 28, 2015
Despite the intense media attention, a federal appeals panel ruled 2-1 that it was the job of the defense to root out biased people in jury selection for the trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Rahm Emanuel fights for his political life in Chicago’s upcoming mayoral runoff Rahm Emanuel fights for his political life in Chicago's upcoming mayoral runoff
Dan Taylor - Feb 28, 2015
Emanuel romped to an easy victory in 2011 with 55 percent of the vote compared to 25 percent for his closest competitor, but his support has dropped sharply in recent years.
Man kills 7 in Missouri after finding mother dead: police Man kills 7 in Missouri after finding mother dead: police
Dan Taylor - Feb 28, 2015
Police believe the man, who later turned the gun on himself, went door to door killing people, including his relatives, after finding his mother dead on the couch of natural causes.
Bill Cosby fights back against sex assault allegations, lawyers urge judge to boot defamation case Bill Cosby fights back against sex assault allegations, lawyers urge judge to boot defamation case
Dan Taylor - Feb 28, 2015
Cosby has been accused by more than 30 women of drugging and sexually assaulting them since the 1960s during his meteoric rise to stardom as a comedian and television star.
Draft of Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights released, many unsatisfied Draft of Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights released, many unsatisfied
Kerry Sullivan - Feb 28, 2015
Many feel that the proposed legislation does not do enough to protect personal data
Plague Alert: Leprosy cases surging in Florida Plague Alert: Leprosy cases surging in Florida
Kerry Sullivan - Feb 28, 2015
Officials say contact with armadillos is cause of recent Leprosy cases
Cruz and other GOP candidates scramble for Texas Cruz and other GOP candidates scramble for Texas
Kerry Sullivan - Feb 28, 2015
Texas moves its primary date to early in the season causing candidates to jockey for donor dollars
Human trials begin of US-made Ebola drug ZMapp Human trials begin of US-made Ebola drug ZMapp
Kerry Sullivan - Feb 28, 2015
Patients will begin receiving the medication in Liberian treatment centers
1.1 billion young people at risk of going deaf 1.1 billion young people at risk of going deaf
Kerry Sullivan - Feb 28, 2015
Use of personal audio devices at high volumes can lead to permanent hearing impairment
New study finds chronic fatigue symptom is a genuine physical affliction New study finds chronic fatigue symptom is a genuine physical affliction
Kerry Sullivan - Feb 28, 2015
There is now biological proof of the much debated disorder
Putin's leading critic, Boris Nemtsov, shot in Moscow
Mike Valles - Feb 27, 2015
Boris Nemtsov, who has been Putin's primary critic of his activities in the Ukraine for some time, was fatally shot in Moscow today.
Could the methane lakes of Saturn's moon Titan redefine 'life as we know it'?
Justin Beach - Feb 27, 2015
A team of researchers has come up with a theoretical model for life in an atmosphere with no water or oxygen.
New TV series launching this weekend: 'Battle Creek,' 'Last Man on Earth'
Jamie Lloyd - Feb 27, 2015
Main characters attempt to navigate challenging new circumstances in shows bowing this weekend.
Global warming "hiatus" may be about to fold into a global temperature spike
Justin Beach - Feb 27, 2015
Researchers say that ocean currents which caused global warming to slow are about to change and things could get hot fast.
Bumblebees, like people, tend to misremember events
Justin Beach - Feb 27, 2015
The faults with human memory may be widespread in the animal kingdom, say researchers.
Science explains how the blue dress can look gold
Justin Beach - Feb 27, 2015
A few clever tricks that give your brain false clues and force it to fill in information that isn't there can yield confusing visual effects.
Kinks in the plumbing cause geysers to erupt in predictable ways
Justin Beach - Feb 27, 2015
UC Berkeley researchers hope that a better understanding of geysers will shed some light on volcanic activity as well.
HBO orders half hour pilot from Dwanye Johnson HBO orders half hour pilot from Dwanye Johnson
Rob Goldman - Feb 27, 2015
The pilot is called Ballers
Christopher Plummer skipped out on the Oscars because he wanted the focus to be on Julie Andrews
Rob Goldman - Feb 27, 2015
Christopher Plummer watches the Oscars from home.
Harrison Ford is back as Rick Deckard in 'Blade Runner 2'
Meredith Rodefer - Feb 27, 2015
Harrison Ford will return in the cult classic "Blade Runner" sequel; he calls it "the best script I've ever read."
Missouri candidate for governor Tom Schweich commits suicide: police Missouri candidate for governor Tom Schweich commits suicide: police
Dan Taylor - Feb 27, 2015
Reports indicate that he had invited reporters to his home to discuss his plans to go public with alleged anti-semitic comments by the head of the Missouri Republican Party just minutes before he died of a single gunshot wound.
Couple of 67 years dies together hand-in-hand, Couple of 67 years dies together hand-in-hand, "Notebook" style
Dan Taylor - Feb 27, 2015
A marriage that began all the way back in 1947 ended on two beds in a hospice that had been pushed together, with both of them holding hands and family at their side.
Lupita Nyong'o's $150,000 pearl Oscars dress has been stolen Lupita Nyong'o's $150,000 pearl Oscars dress has been stolen
Dan Taylor - Feb 27, 2015
Style experts say that expensive items in the fashion industry are often stolen, but a dress such as Nyong'o's may be difficult to sell on the black market.
Stolen Picasso painting worth millions shipped to New York labeled 'art craft/toy'
Meredith Rodefer - Feb 27, 2015
Pablo Picasso's "La Coiffeuse" was found in New York after being reported stolen from a storeroom in France in 2001.
Ex-HP CEO takes off the gloves, slams Hillary Clinton at conservative conference Ex-HP CEO takes off the gloves, slams Hillary Clinton at conservative conference
Dan Taylor - Feb 27, 2015
A group that supports Clinton shot back that Carly Fiorina "only wishes she had Hillary's long list of accomplishments."
Aaron Hernandez danced at a gas station shortly before Lloyd was shot to death: report Aaron Hernandez danced at a gas station shortly before Lloyd was shot to death: report
Dan Taylor - Feb 27, 2015
Surveillance footage released at the trial shows Hernandez and two other men in a car at a gas station south of Boston about an hour and a half before Odin Lloyd, who was picked up later, was gunned down, according to reports.
Barnes & Noble to keep Nook division, announces college books unit spinoff
Meredith Rodefer - Feb 27, 2015
Barnes & Noble plans to keep their Nook tablets in retail stores and separate their college books unit into a publicly traded company Barnes & Noble Education.
Google's computer masters some Atari games through artificial intelligence
Mike Valles - Feb 27, 2015
A computer programmed by Google to develop artificial intelligence has successfully mastered several Atari games and can play them better than human experts.
Giuliana Rancic makes on-air apology to Zendaya following racially-insensitive 'Fashion Police' remark
Steven DiCarlo - Feb 27, 2015
Backlash following a joke Rancic made on the post-Oscars 'Fashion Police' special has taught the co-host "to be a lot more aware of cliches and stereotypes."
New study says oversleeping can increase stroke risk
Sean Krainert - Feb 27, 2015
Researchers find that sleeping more than eight hours a night could be a sign of increased stroke risk
Discovery of 8000 year old wheat suggests ancient trade routes ran to Britain
Justin Beach - Feb 27, 2015
An underwater site off the coast of Britain continues to reveal artifacts that force history books to be rewritten.
Will Smith used failure of 'After Earth' to inspire him for upcoming film 'Focus' Will Smith used failure of 'After Earth' to inspire him for upcoming film 'Focus'
Steven DiCarlo - Feb 26, 2015
Smith believes upcoming film marks a transition in his life, and has helped him reevaluate his career.
Why foamy drinks are so important to scientists
Sean Krainert - Feb 26, 2015
Researchers find that the same foam found on top of a latte or beer could help in industrial applications
Why foamy drinks are so important to scientists
Sean Krainert - Feb 26, 2015
Researchers find that the same foam found on top of a latte or beer could help in industrial applications
Housekeeper beaten and attacked with blowtorch by New York couple who accused her of stealing
Beth Balen - Feb 26, 2015
Three people reportedly beat and tortured the 54-year-old housekeeper for about eight hours.