Watch leaked footage of teaser trailer for Star Wars 'Rogue One' from Lucasfilm [VIDEO]
Dan Taylor - Apr 21, 2015
Watch leaked footage of teaser trailer for Star Wars 'Rogue One' from Lucasfilm [VIDEO]
The film, set to open in 2016, will bridge the gap between Episode III and the original Star Wars released in 1977, which is Episode IV.
Mini creates futuristic new X-ray goggles ... with some crazy capabilities Mini creates futuristic new X-ray goggles ... with some crazy capabilities
Dan Taylor - Apr 20, 2015
The new "Mini Augmented Vision" glasses can overlay all sorts of information and let you peer through the exterior of the car.
Learn all about Sony's new product, the Xperia Z4 smartphone Learn all about Sony's new product, the Xperia Z4 smartphone
Stephen Jordan - Apr 20, 2015
Sony unveils new Xperia Z4 even as it retrenches in mobile.
Who won big at the Academy of Country Music Awards? Who won big at the Academy of Country Music Awards?
Stephen Jordan - Apr 20, 2015
Taylor Swift, Miranda Lamber and others shined the brightest at the 50th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
Happy 45th anniversary to Earth Day
Justin Beach - Apr 19, 2015
After 45 years environmental issues continue to dominate the headlines and Earth Day's victories are frequently overlooked.
'Anne of Green Gables' star Jonathan Crombie dies at 48
Katharine Gripp - Apr 19, 2015
The 80s and 90s teen heartthrob best known for playing the character Gilbert Blythe suffered a fatal brain hemorrhage, dying at only 48 years old
Constrution of the Thirty Meter Telescope in Hawaii postponed by native protests
Justin Beach - Apr 19, 2015
Construction of one of the worlds most powerful telescopes has been brought to a temporary halt because of its proximity to sacred native sites.
NASA says no one is going to Mars without their help
Justin Beach - Apr 19, 2015
NASA administrator Charles Bolden faced questions and criticism from congress over the agencies budget and mission priorities last week.
Breakthrough: New blood test may detect breast cancer years in advance Breakthrough: New blood test may detect breast cancer years in advance
Dan Taylor - Apr 19, 2015
A research team in Denmark examined 20-year-old blood samples in people who later developed breast cancer -- and they came to some surprising conclusions.
Gyrocopter pilot: I was shocked no one stopped me from landing on Capitol lawn Gyrocopter pilot: I was shocked no one stopped me from landing on Capitol lawn
Dan Taylor - Apr 19, 2015
A Florida man tells the harrowing tale of his campaign finance reform protest that prompted him to take flight in a gyrocopter and fly through restricted airspace.
Shocking report: Dog rabies kills 160 people every single day Shocking report: Dog rabies kills 160 people every single day
Dan Taylor - Apr 19, 2015
A new study came to some stunning conclusions on just how big of a problem rabies is in the world, and what can be done to fix it.
Elon Musk offers blunt assessment after his SpaceX Falcon rocket crashes into the sea in second landing attempt Elon Musk offers blunt assessment after his SpaceX Falcon rocket crashes into the sea in second landing attempt
Dan Taylor - Apr 19, 2015
It was the second landing attempt for the SpaceX Falcon program, and this one came much closer to being successful than the first test in January, but the rocket still tipped over and exploded.
Republican 2016 hopefuls try to tap into fears of middle-class voters Republican 2016 hopefuls try to tap into fears of middle-class voters
Dan Taylor - Apr 19, 2015
Republican presidential candidates are hoping to tap into fears and financial insecurities in Middle Class Americans as the economy continues to improve under President Obama.
Bizarre story of John Hinckley Jr., Ronald Reagan's shooter, makes him an outcast Bizarre story of John Hinckley Jr., Ronald Reagan's shooter, makes him an outcast
Dan Taylor - Apr 19, 2015
Hinckley attempted to assassinated Reagan back in 1981 to impress actress Jodie Foster, who had become obsessed with, and was found not guilty by reason of insanity, paving the way for his eventual release.
Report: Apple Watch won't show up in stores until June Report: Apple Watch won't show up in stores until June
Dan Taylor - Apr 19, 2015
The Apple Watch sold nearly 1 million units via preorder on its very first day, but those hoping to get their gadget will have to wait a couple of months.
A big fight over breakfast in the classroom A big fight over breakfast in the classroom
Dan Taylor - Apr 19, 2015
Opponents argue that taxpayer money is going to waste and kids are losing valuable classtime for something that isn't necessary.
Denver teacher's heartwarming #IWishMyTeacherKnew campaign takes Twitter, Facebook by storm Denver teacher's heartwarming #IWishMyTeacherKnew campaign takes Twitter, Facebook by storm
Dan Taylor - Apr 19, 2015
The teacher, Kyle Schwartz, was shocked at the outpouring of honesty from her students and how much it caught on in social media.
Wildfire in Southern California, 200 homes evacuated
Stephen Jordan - Apr 19, 2015
Highway Fire forces evacuations near Prado Dam as 200 homes are threatened.
A shooting on the campus of Delaware State University
Stephen Jordan - Apr 19, 2015
Delaware State University officials said 3 people were shot at a student event on campus.
Ringo Starr, Joan Jett and more inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Stephen Jordan - Apr 19, 2015
Ringo Starr, Green Day and Joan Jett rock their way into Rock Hall of Fame.
Color is important in regulating the body's internal clock, says new research
Justin Beach - Apr 18, 2015
Color could be as important as light in governing the bodies rhythms according to a new study.
Wolf population at Isle Royale National Park is almost gone
Justin Beach - Apr 18, 2015
The wolf population on Isle Royale has crashed since 2009 despite a boom in available prey.
WWII aircraft carrier USS Independence rediscovered off California coast
Justin Beach - Apr 18, 2015
A Navy ship, active in the Pacific during the war and later used in nuclear weapons testing has been found off the coast of San Francisco.
Hillary Clinton wants that under-the-table money out of politics for good Hillary Clinton wants that under-the-table money out of politics for good
Stephen Jordan - Apr 18, 2015
"We need to fix our dysfunctional political system and get unaccounted money out of it, once and for all, even if that takes a constitutional amendment," Hillary Clinton said at Kirkwood Community College in Iowa Tuesday.
Miley Cyrus and Bruce Willis' daughter Scout flash for the camera
Stephen Jordan - Apr 18, 2015
Singer Miley Cyrus and Scout Willis have taken to Instagram to protest against their anti-nude policy, by posting nude photographs.
Finally, scientists figure out how octopuses manage not to tie themselves in knots
Katharine Gripp - Apr 18, 2015
New research reveals how eight-legged octopuses manage to keep track of all those limbs while moving across the ocean floor
Eye contact strengthens bond of love between humans and dogs
Katharine Gripp - Apr 18, 2015
New research is the first to examine the mechanics of cross-species bond
Mike Huckabee is about to run for president -- and a declaration is coming May 5 Mike Huckabee is about to run for president -- and a declaration is coming May 5
Dan Taylor - Apr 18, 2015
The former Arkansas governor and 2008 presidential candidate said he will announce his decision in his hometown of Hope, Ark.
Watch Elmo of Sesame Street (indirectly) slam anti-vaxxers in new video [VIDEO] Watch Elmo of Sesame Street (indirectly) slam anti-vaxxers in new video [VIDEO]
Dan Taylor - Apr 18, 2015
Elmo encouraged kids to get their vaccinations in a new video with the Surgeon General, seemingly in direct response to the recent outbreaks of measles thanks to the anti-vaccination campaign.
EU slams Google in ruling that could shake up the entire Internet EU slams Google in ruling that could shake up the entire Internet
Dan Taylor - Apr 18, 2015
The EU has criticized Google for being anti-competitive and favoring its own shopping sites, which could lead to further charges and create an opening for competitors to take on the search giant.
Wacky new Disney 3D printer can create soft objects out of fabric Wacky new Disney 3D printer can create soft objects out of fabric
Dan Taylor - Apr 18, 2015
The 3D printer uses an innovative technique to add layers of fabric rather than creating hard objects, which could revolutionize the 3D printing world.
Watch stunning deep-sea video of a giant sperm whale putting on a show for shocked researchers [VIDEO] Watch stunning deep-sea video of a giant sperm whale putting on a show for shocked researchers [VIDEO]
Dan Taylor - Apr 18, 2015
The sperm whale was captured by scientists who were using a robot to explore the ocean floor off the coast of Louisiana.
Obama blasts Republicans for holding up Lynch nomination Obama blasts Republicans for holding up Lynch nomination
Dan Taylor - Apr 18, 2015
The president called the situation "crazy" and "embarrassing" as GOP lawmakers protest Loretta Lynch's support for Obama's immigration policies.
Chicago police kill man who allegedly pulled a gun on them Chicago police kill man who allegedly pulled a gun on them
Dan Taylor - Apr 18, 2015
Police say the man jumped out of a van and took off running, confront police with a gun and refusing to drop it.
Gun-rights activists celebrate as Texas ready to pass open-carry law
Jamie Lloyd - Apr 18, 2015
If passed, Texas would become the 45th state in the union to allow open carry of handguns.
Obama says global warming will be an economic disaster; will head to Florida for Earth Day Obama says global warming will be an economic disaster; will head to Florida for Earth Day
Dan Taylor - Apr 18, 2015
President Obama's visit to the Everglades on Wednesday is his attempt to make global warming more than just an environmental issue, but also a problem that will have real effects for Florida residents as waters rise.
Uh-oh: Gasoline prices are rising -- could inflation be about to blast off? Uh-oh: Gasoline prices are rising -- could inflation be about to blast off?
Dan Taylor - Apr 18, 2015
Analysts still believe the Fed won't raise interest rates until September, but the new data suggests that prices are starting to go up as inflation begins to kick in after years of being dormant.
Michael Buble apologizes after creep shot he posted of unsuspecting girl's rear goes viral
Jamie Lloyd - Apr 18, 2015
The singer's cheeky picture on Instagram caused a flurry of backlash.
Angry family confrontation in Phoenix ends in bloodbath; 5 found dead in home Angry family confrontation in Phoenix ends in bloodbath; 5 found dead in home
Dan Taylor - Apr 18, 2015
The feud over finances of their restaurant a limousine business had been simmering for a while and finally erupted Friday.
Billionaire and mall magnate Alfred Taubman dies of heart attack
Jamie Lloyd - Apr 18, 2015
The shopping-mall wunderkind was most recognized for his restructuring of the way Americans shop.
Massive gas line explosion rocks California gun range, injuring 11 prison inmates Massive gas line explosion rocks California gun range, injuring 11 prison inmates
Dan Taylor - Apr 18, 2015
The giant fireball blasted more than 100 feet into the air and shut down a local highway when a public works employee was using a front-loaded to work near a gas pipeline at the site.