Study finds 53 medications that may become Ebola drugs
Mike Valles - Dec 18, 2014
Study finds 53 medications that may become Ebola drugs
A new study using high-speed technology hasfound 53 drugs already in use that may help combat Ebola.
Three-time Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Michel du Cille has died Three-time Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Michel du Cille has died
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 12, 2014
Accomplished photojournalist dies while covering Ebola in Liberia.
Food addictions to fat and sugar similar to cocaine and heroin in brain response Food addictions to fat and sugar similar to cocaine and heroin in brain response
Beth Balen - Dec 12, 2014
Studies show food addictions may be real, and that consumption of fat and sugar may affect the brain in a manner similar to use of opiates.
 Rosetta mission suggests Earth's water didn't come from comets Rosetta mission suggests Earth's water didn't come from comets
NAT_admin - Dec 11, 2014
Where is our water come from?
Baltimore police accused of using excessive force in videotaped arrest of woman Baltimore police accused of using excessive force in videotaped arrest of woman
Manolito Martinez - Dec 11, 2014
Video called an "unbelievable escalation of force," police allegedly attempted to destroy evidence
Many prefer older forms of music listening over new technology Many prefer older forms of music listening over new technology
Janet Harbor - Dec 11, 2014
Amid the vast technological accomplishments, many believe the musical listening experience has actually become somewhat more difficult.
Sony execs embarrassed after hacked emails released Sony execs embarrassed after hacked emails released
Manolito Martinez - Dec 11, 2014
Emails reveal racist jokes about President Obama, exec calls Angelina Jolie "minimally talented"
2015 Golden Globe nominations announced 2015 Golden Globe nominations announced
Justin Zipprich - Dec 11, 2014
'Birdman' dominated with seven Golden Globe nominations.
Study shows almost 270,000 tons of plastic floating in oceans Study shows almost 270,000 tons of plastic floating in oceans
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 11, 2014
The world's oceans are turning into "plastic soup."
Breast cancer patients may be receiving unnecessary radiation
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 11, 2014
A new study says a shorter course of radiation treatment is just as effective for breast cancer patients.
Lena Dunham responds to attacks Lena Dunham responds to attacks
Janet Harbor - Dec 11, 2014
The actress speaks out about sexual abuse
David Letterman ends an era David Letterman ends an era
Janet Harbor - Dec 11, 2014
Letterman has managed to remain relevant in the pop culture hemisphere for over three decades and is leaving no less than a legacy to be honored and remembered by.
LAPD investigating Bill Cosby rape allegation LAPD investigating Bill Cosby rape allegation
Manolito Martinez - Dec 10, 2014
Detectives are requesting the popular comedian go on the record about the sexual abuse allegations.
Steve Jobs biopic still fighting to be made Steve Jobs biopic still fighting to be made
Stephen Jordan - Dec 10, 2014
The Steve Jobs biopic has changed studios: will the project sink or swim?
NYU Students protest amid finals week NYU Students protest amid finals week
Janet Harbor - Dec 10, 2014
NYU students protest despite finals week in what promises to be part of a long national debate.
Chris Rock's third film proves to be a charm Chris Rock's third film proves to be a charm
Stephen Jordan - Dec 10, 2014
Chris Rock's third directed film 'Top Five' has set his career in a new direction.
Actor Christian Bale talks Batman, Terminator and Exodus Actor Christian Bale talks Batman, Terminator and Exodus
Justin Zipprich - Dec 10, 2014
Christian Bale will be playing the role of Moses in this month's biblical epic, 'Exodus: Gods and Kings.'
Iowa plans to have smartphone driver's licenses
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 10, 2014
Iowa's Department of Transportation plans to mobilize licenses by making them available on smartphones in 2015.
Cities putting the brakes on Uber Cities putting the brakes on Uber
Manolito Martinez - Dec 10, 2014
Los Angeles and San Francisco file lawsuits over 'worthless' background checks of Uber drivers
Nursing homes receive no punishment while overdosing patients Nursing homes receive no punishment while overdosing patients
Stephen Jordan - Dec 10, 2014
Nursing homes face little risk of prosecution for misuse of antipsychotic drugs.
'TIME' announces 2014 Person of the Year 'TIME' announces 2014 Person of the Year
Beth Balen - Dec 10, 2014
'TIME' magazine's 2014 Person of the Year goes to the Ebola fighters.
Editorial: Why Obama cannot win on racism Editorial: Why Obama cannot win on racism
Beth Balen - Dec 09, 2014
President Obama is offending both sides are he tries to calm racial unrest in the country.
Senate releases 'brutal' details in CIA torture report Senate releases 'brutal' details in CIA torture report
Manolito Martinez - Dec 09, 2014
U.N. human rights expert calls for prosecution of U.S. officials
AFI top films of 2014 includes 'Interstellar', 'Birdman' AFI top films of 2014 includes 'Interstellar', 'Birdman'
Justin Zipprich - Dec 09, 2014
'Birdman' is having quite the year, already gaining award nominations at the Spirit Awards as well as from Boston critics
A royal invasion: Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge visit the U.S. A royal invasion: Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge visit the U.S.
Janet Harbor - Dec 09, 2014
The trip to the U.S. was eye-opening for the royal couple, in that they got to see firsthand how Americans can come together despite controversy.
Sony's Playstation network targeted by hackers Sony's Playstation network targeted by hackers
Stephen Jordan - Dec 08, 2014
Sony's entire security infrastructure at risk due to vicious digital hackers.
Top GOP Lawmakers warn of violence overseas if CIA torture report is released Top GOP Lawmakers warn of violence overseas if CIA torture report is released
Manolito Martinez - Dec 08, 2014
U.S. Embassies and bases on high alert as Democrats plan to release explosive report on the CIA's use of torture.
3 missing, at least 3 dead after small plane crashes into home 3 missing, at least 3 dead after small plane crashes into home
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 08, 2014
A small plane crashed into a home near Washington, D.C. Monday killing three people on the plane and leaving three on the ground missing.
Pregnant female Puget Sound orca found dead Pregnant female Puget Sound orca found dead
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 08, 2014
Puget Sound orca was found pregnant at death and teeth were stolen prior to examination.
Hunger Games: Mockingjay continues to dominate on a slow box office weekend Hunger Games: Mockingjay continues to dominate on a slow box office weekend
Justin Zipprich - Dec 08, 2014
This weekend was one of the lowest earners of 2014.
Two hostages killed by al-Qaida during U.S. rescue attempt Two hostages killed by al-Qaida during U.S. rescue attempt
Beth Balen - Dec 06, 2014
A U.S. photojournalist has been killed in Yemen by al-Qaida during a failed rescue attempt.
Influenza vaccine is less effective this winter, warns CDC Influenza vaccine is less effective this winter, warns CDC
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 05, 2014
This season's flue vaccine is not expected to adequately protect against the most common flu strains.
Uber adds $1.2 billion in latest financing round Uber adds $1.2 billion in latest financing round
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 05, 2014
Uber continues to collect massive amounts of profit despite criticisms.
2015 Grammy Awards nominations announced, Beyonce most-nominated female 2015 Grammy Awards nominations announced, Beyonce most-nominated female
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 05, 2014
The top category nominations have been released for the 2015 Grammy Awards and Beyoncé receives her 47th nomination.
NASA spacecraft Orion lands in Pacific Ocean after completing test flight NASA spacecraft Orion lands in Pacific Ocean after completing test flight
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 05, 2014
NASA's Orion completes its first test mission to complete two orbits and reach 3,600 miles on Friday.
New job surge largest since 1999: Good or bad thing? New job surge largest since 1999: Good or bad thing?
Aleyia Dixon - Dec 05, 2014
Largest job surge in over a decade answers prayers for some, and raises questions for others.
Eric Garner chokehold arrest overseen by black female police sergeant Eric Garner chokehold arrest overseen by black female police sergeant
Beth Balen - Dec 05, 2014
Sergeant on scene at Eric Garner arrest was a black woman named Kizzy Adoni.
Eric Garner chokehold arrest overseen by black female police sergeant Eric Garner chokehold arrest overseen by black female police sergeant
Beth Balen - Dec 05, 2014
Sergeant on scene at Eric Garner arrest was a black woman named Kizzy Adoni.
Apple deleted songs from users' iPods for security purposes Apple deleted songs from users' iPods for security purposes
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 05, 2014
Apple representatives explain that songs were deleted from iPods without users knowing for security reasons.
Hillary Rodham Clinton supporters create country music video Hillary Rodham Clinton supporters create country music video
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 04, 2014
Hillary Rodham Clinton's supporters made a country music video to back Clinton in her potential campaign.
Brains missing from University of Texas collection likely destroyed Brains missing from University of Texas collection likely destroyed
Beth Balen - Dec 04, 2014
Brains missing from University of Texas collection appear to have been destroyed.