Ex-teacher pleads guilty to having sex with student
Dan Taylor - May 21, 2015
Ex-teacher pleads guilty to having sex with student
Kathryn Ronk had previously been convicted of the crime, and now faces additional charges and will be sentenced July 1.
Bizarre CDC map tells you what unusual cause of death happens a lot in your state Bizarre CDC map tells you what unusual cause of death happens a lot in your state
Dan Taylor - May 17, 2015
Everyone knows that cancer and heart disease is prevalent everywhere, but what strange illness affects your state more than others?
Pentagon developing swarms of tiny military drones that could swoop into battle zones Pentagon developing swarms of tiny military drones that could swoop into battle zones
Dan Taylor - May 17, 2015
Called the Cicada, these tiny robots could have sensors attached to them and swoop into enemy zones from above.
Post-POTUS: What will the Obamas do after the White House? Post-POTUS: What will the Obamas do after the White House?
Gregory Baskin - May 17, 2015
The president may return to his love of community organizing.
Tsarnaev's execution could be first against a terrorist in U.S. since 9/11 Tsarnaev's execution could be first against a terrorist in U.S. since 9/11
Gregory Baskin - May 17, 2015
The defendant's lack of remorse was an aggravating factor.
Scientists alarmed as 10,000-year-old Antarctica ice shelf about to disappear Scientists alarmed as 10,000-year-old Antarctica ice shelf about to disappear
Dan Taylor - May 17, 2015
Scientists were shocked when the ice shelf, which was the size of Connecticut, splintered in half at one point and has dwindled to the size of Rhode Island.
Strong tornadoes damaging homes in Oklahoma
Stephen Jordan - May 17, 2015
Tornadoes hit U.S. midsection, damaging homes, as last weekend's weather caused several tornadoes, flooding and at least 4 casualties.
Janet Jackson to go on a world tour and release new project in 2015 Janet Jackson to go on a world tour and release new project in 2015
Stephen Jordan - May 17, 2015
Janet Jackson has an answer for fans wondering what has she done for them lately: She's coming out with new music.
NASA's plan to use bacteria to produce oxygen on Mars
Justin Beach - May 17, 2015
Putting humans on Mars for any length of time will be considerably less expensive if they can make their own oxygen and a lab in Indiana is working on the problem.
Fruit flies appear to experience emotions, according to new study
Justin Beach - May 16, 2015
While researchers may never understand how a fly 'thinks', they report that all of the expected signs of fear are present.
Zoos are making endangered animals disappear Zoos are making endangered animals disappear
Dan Taylor - May 16, 2015
Friday marked the 10th anniversary of Endangered Species Day -- so why are more than 200 zoos making endangered species completely disappear?
Scientists discover first warm-blooded fish living in the deep sea
Justin Beach - May 16, 2015
The opah inhabits deep water around the world and is the first known, truly warm blooded fish.
Menopause tied to lower risk of atrial fibrillation
Stephen Jordan - May 16, 2015
A study of nearly 18,000 middle-aged and older U.S. women found that those who have went through menopause before the age of 44, were 17% less likely to have atrial fibrillation.
Shock claim: Stem cell therapy could cure spinal damage Shock claim: Stem cell therapy could cure spinal damage
Dan Taylor - May 16, 2015
It's a controversial method that some say could lead to human cloning, but one prominent scientist says it could lead to massive health breakthroughs.
Review: Review: "Pitch Perfect 2"
Stephen Jordan - May 16, 2015
"Pitch Perfect 2" is a moderately successful sequel to its predecessor, not an improvement, nor a giant step down.
Prehistoric hunter-gatherers enjoyed greater sexual equality
Justin Beach - May 16, 2015
Researchers show that human's success as a species is largely because of greater levels of sexual equality among our ancient ancestors.
Reddit's new anti-harassment policy
Stephen Jordan - May 15, 2015
Reddit is transitioning, slowly but surely, into something with a few more rules.
Bill Cosby has spoken for the first time about the allegations of sexual assault
Stephen Jordan - May 15, 2015
Bill Cosby speaks out on sexual assault allegations.
Review: Review: "Mad Max: Fury Road"
Stephen Jordan - May 15, 2015
Mad Max: Fury Road is a summer blockbuster that is crafted with Academy Award caliber film-making.
Legendary blues musician B.B. King dies in Las Vegas at 89 years old Legendary blues musician B.B. King dies in Las Vegas at 89 years old
Stephen Jordan - May 15, 2015
B.B. King, blues icon, has died at 89
Scientists uncover the mystery of #thedress
Meredith Rodefer - May 14, 2015
Which color stripes a person sees may depend on how the brain filters light, according to researchers.
Panama City spring breakers no longer allowed to beach drink on spring break
Meredith Rodefer - May 14, 2015
The Panama City Beach city council approved a proposal that would ban beach drinking in the city.
NASA funds 'robotic eel' research for possible Europa mission
Justin Beach - May 14, 2015
A robotic eel, being developed by Cornell University would power itself using magnetic fields and water.
Ferocious fight between MIT, University of California over superhuman gene-editing tool Ferocious fight between MIT, University of California over superhuman gene-editing tool
Dan Taylor - May 14, 2015
The two sides are in a pitched battle over who has the rights to a critical new piece of technology in DNA sequencing.
Scientists show how dinosaur snouts evolved into bird beaks
Justin Beach - May 14, 2015
Researchers from Harvard and Yale have used chicken embryos in an attempt to de-evolve bird beaks into dinosaur snouts.
John Bolton: presidential candidate or political agitator? John Bolton: presidential candidate or political agitator?
Kerry Sullivan - May 14, 2015
Potential presidential candidate John Bolton strikes a hard line against nuclear nonproliferation.
ISIS second in command killed! Maybe... ISIS second in command killed! Maybe...
Kerry Sullivan - May 14, 2015
Thought the US will not confirm it, the Iraqi military claims to have killed the deputy leader of the Islamic State
$100,000 bill for medicine! Who is paying for that? $100,000 bill for medicine! Who is paying for that?
Kerry Sullivan - May 14, 2015
Patients with life threatening diseases or complex conditions have increasingly high medical bills.
"Simpsons" voice actor Harry Shearer reveals he's been fired
Stephen Jordan - May 14, 2015
Harry Shearer, the voice of Mr. Burns, Ned Flanders and more, has recently just revealed via social media that he is no longer apart of the show.
Jamie Foxx denies the Katie Holmes romantic relationship rumors Jamie Foxx denies the Katie Holmes romantic relationship rumors
Stephen Jordan - May 14, 2015
Jamie Foxx is 'single and ready to mingle'; gets candid about dating in Hollywood.
U.S. appoints top FBI official to head DEA
Meredith Rodefer - May 13, 2015
Chuck Rosenberg will be replacing Michele Leonhart as head of the DEA.
Cate Blanchett says she has had off-screen relationships with women
Meredith Rodefer - May 13, 2015
Cate Blanchett said in an interview with Variety that she has had off-screen relationships with women "many times."
Sea salt on the surface of Europa is good news for those hoping to find life there
Justin Beach - May 13, 2015
Recent research by NASA suggests that dark patches on Europa's surface are likely made of sea salt, indicating interaction between the ocean and the rocky sea floor.
Where have all the Christians gone? Where have all the Christians gone?
Kerry Sullivan - May 13, 2015
New research shows a marked decrease in the number of American Christians.
Tom Hardy, the new Mad Max, on his history with drug addiction Tom Hardy, the new Mad Max, on his history with drug addiction
Stephen Jordan - May 13, 2015
Mad Max star Tom Hardy opens up about his struggles with addiction
Actress Charlize Theron and director George Miller talk Actress Charlize Theron and director George Miller talk "Mad Max: Fury Road" in Cannes
Stephen Jordan - May 13, 2015
The cast and director are in Cannes this week to screen 'Mad Max: Fury Road', and it's star Charlize Theron and George Miller discuss how they view this modern update.
House does not want spy agencies holding collections of Americans' telephone data
Stephen Jordan - May 13, 2015
The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday approved a bill that would end spy agencies' bulk collections of Americans' telephone data.
Russian ship failure delays return of space station trio Russian ship failure delays return of space station trio
Gregory Baskin - May 13, 2015
Their return this week has been delayed at least until early June.
Seattle requests delay of Alaska-bound drilling rigs Seattle requests delay of Alaska-bound drilling rigs
Gregory Baskin - May 13, 2015
Exploration and drilling in the Chukchi Sea is predicted to precede an environmental tragedy.
Kathryn Hahn is 'Happyish' to hop on 'The D Train' Kathryn Hahn is 'Happyish' to hop on 'The D Train'
Frederick Mintchell - May 13, 2015
Kathryn Hahn talks about her movie, 'The D Train,' growing up in Ohio and playing with George Clooney.
Release of powerful weight loss drug stalled Release of powerful weight loss drug stalled
Kerry Sullivan - May 13, 2015
Data released after company's early results compromises the drug.