Scientists shocked to stumble upon ancient civilization in Honduras during search for 'White City'
Dan Taylor - Mar 04, 2015
Scientists shocked to stumble upon ancient civilization in Honduras during search for 'White City'
Archaeologists had been trying to find the legendary White City, a rumored Eden-like paradise where natives supposedly hid from Spanish conquistadors, but found a lot more than they bargained for.
William Shatner explains why he chose to skip Leonard Nimoy's funeral William Shatner explains why he chose to skip Leonard Nimoy's funeral
Steven DiCarlo - Mar 03, 2015
Shatner chose to "celebrate life" by attending a charity event during Nimoy's funeral service.
'Suge' Knight murder trial interrupted for third time by medical emergency
Steven DiCarlo - Mar 03, 2015
Knight complains of blindness and medical mistreatment during latest court hearing.
How clean are your arteries? Regular coffee consumption may help How clean are your arteries? Regular coffee consumption may help
Jamie Lloyd - Mar 02, 2015
Moderate daily consumption of coffee may lead to lowered risk of heart disease, a South Korean study finds.
Treadmill test can predict your risk of dying in the next 10 years
Jamie Lloyd - Mar 02, 2015
Have a treadmill and a calculator? This simple test may prove eye-opening.
Will the newly discovered "sparklemuffin" spider cure arachnophobia?
Justin Beach - Mar 02, 2015
Two new species of Australian peacock spiders have been described this week by a Berkeley grad student.
Alarming study: Pediatricians often agree to delay vaccinating children if parents ask Alarming study: Pediatricians often agree to delay vaccinating children if parents ask
Dan Taylor - Mar 02, 2015
While doctors are near unanimous in their support for vaccinations, they fear that not agreeing to the request may drive anti-vaccination families away, closing off the possibility of ever convincing them of the safety of vaccines.
The sun has the strongest impact when weather is cooler, say researchers
Justin Beach - Mar 02, 2015
Researchers from Denmark have used algae from the sea floor to examine solar activity and have found that the impact of the Sun is weaker when the Earth is cooler.
Alarming study: 1 in 5 teen girls a victim of domestic violence Alarming study: 1 in 5 teen girls a victim of domestic violence
Dan Taylor - Mar 02, 2015
The CDC study found that teens who were abused were more likely to become violent themselves, become promiscuous, or use drugs and alcohol -- however, researchers aren't sure if the abuse causes this behavior.
Jennifer Lawrence denies rumored feud with 'Joy' director David O. Russell Jennifer Lawrence denies rumored feud with 'Joy' director David O. Russell
Steven DiCarlo - Mar 02, 2015
Lawrence calls TMZ's story on her on-set arguments with director David O. Russell "tabloid malarkey."
NASA and science community mourn death of 'Star Trek' star Leonard Nimoy NASA and science community mourn death of 'Star Trek' star Leonard Nimoy
Steven DiCarlo - Mar 02, 2015
Nimoy's passion and contributions to science community made him an inspiration to "multiple generations of engineers, scientists, astronauts and other space explorers,"
Emperor penguins populations declined sharply during last ice age
Justin Beach - Mar 02, 2015
Research shows that only three small, isolated populations of emperor penguins may have survived the last ice age.
Maggie Smith to leave 'Downton Abbey' after Season 6
Rob Goldman - Mar 02, 2015
Maggie Smith plays Violet on the show.
Mumford & Sons are releasing a new album Mumford & Sons are releasing a new album
Rob Goldman - Mar 02, 2015
Set to release in July.
William Shatner feels William Shatner feels "awful" about missing Leonard Nimoy's funeral
Ann Savage - Mar 02, 2015
Shatner was in Florida at a charity event during Nimoy's services.
Ludacris expecting his third child Ludacris expecting his third child
Ann Savage - Mar 02, 2015
The rapper and his wife married over the holidays.
Smallest life forms on Earth examined in detail for the first time
Justin Beach - Mar 02, 2015
Researchers find bacteria so small that many believed that they could not exist.
Human head transplant the next medical miracle?
Katharine Gripp - Mar 02, 2015
Surgeon claims that transplanting a human head onto a different body may be possible within two years
Third Troy teen dead after carbon monoxide poisoning
Kaela Amaral - Mar 02, 2015
Carbon monoxide incident in Troy, Ohio takes another life.
Warning: backyard birds could be hosts of Lyme disease
Katharine Gripp - Mar 01, 2015
California study shows that suburban-dwelling birds are more closely linked with the spread of Lyme disease than previously thought
Doctors take on anti-vaccinators in scathing Jimmy Kimmel 'PSA' video
Katharine Gripp - Mar 01, 2015
Medical professionals deliver expletive-filled 'PSA' on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'
Who were the Britons importing wheat 8000 years ago?
Justin Beach - Mar 01, 2015
The hunter-gatherer label could give the wrong impression of people who appear to have been fairly sophisticated for their era.
Sam Smith tops first official album chart to include streaming
Katharine Gripp - Mar 01, 2015
For the first time in music history, album chart-toppers are being determined not only by album sales, but also by 'stream factor'
European Southern Observatory's MUSE instrument identifies 26 new galaxies in 27 hours
Justin Beach - Mar 01, 2015
Using the Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer astronomers have been able to take detailed, 3D images of objects so distant that Hubble missed them altogether.
Lady Gaga takes the plunge for the Special Olympics
Kate Ferguson - Mar 01, 2015
Lady Gaga made a surprise visit to Sunday's Polar Plunge, an event which raises money for the Special Olympics.
Rare Native American pendant found by cable crew in Ohio
Justin Beach - Mar 01, 2015
Rare shell jewelry, believed to have originated in the South Atlantic region suggests extensive trade routes existed in North America 1500 years ago.
Jihadi John considered suicide before joining ISIS
Beth Balen - Mar 01, 2015
New revelations appear in emails exchanged with a 'Mail on Sunday' reporter in 2010.
Justin Bieber turns 21, parties on private island
Beth Balen - Mar 01, 2015
Pictures and videos show Bieber dancing around shirtless while sipping champagne.
SpaceX Falcon 9 to carry two Boeing all-electric satellites into orbit tonight
Justin Beach - Mar 01, 2015
Boeing's lighter 702 SP communication spacecraft stand to dramatically reduce the cost of satellite technology.
Facebook spat leads to shooting death of 14-year-old girl in Alabama
Beth Balen - Mar 01, 2015
A girls' Facebook argument moved to a local park where they planned to record themselves fighting to post online, but two males pulled out guns and started shooting.
February shatters Northeast records for cold, snow February shatters Northeast records for cold, snow
Dan Taylor - Mar 01, 2015
Boston blew away its old record for snowfall in February with 64.8 inches of snow, compared to its old record of 41.6 inches -- and with just a few more inches over the next few months, it could set a record for the entire winter.
Sierra Leone's vice president placed in Ebola quarantine Sierra Leone's vice president placed in Ebola quarantine
Dan Taylor - Mar 01, 2015
Authorities fear Sam Sumana was exposed to the deadly virus after one of his security guards died of the disease, which has ravaged the country since last year causing thousands of deaths.
Khloe Kardashian and NeNe Leakes up for Fashion Police seat
Ann Savage - Mar 01, 2015
The reality stars are rumored to be the top contenders to fill Kelly Osbourne's chair.
More men are suffering from eating disorders than ever
Kate Ferguson - Mar 01, 2015
Newly released numbers show that an increasing amount of men are seeking treatment for a variety of eating disorders.
The answer to migraine pain might be through the nose
Kate Ferguson - Mar 01, 2015
New research has shown that reducing migraine pain might be as easy as numbing some of the nerves in the nasal cavity.
Cindy Crawford claims "real" photo photshopped
Ann Savage - Mar 01, 2015
The supermodel's lawyer has threatened to sue media outlets who continue to run the image.
Trump says he's 'serious' about 2016 bid, but no one is buying it Trump says he's 'serious' about 2016 bid, but no one is buying it
Dan Taylor - Mar 01, 2015
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.
Jindal blasts GOP for being 'fearful' of repealing Obamacare Jindal blasts GOP for being 'fearful' of repealing Obamacare
Dan Taylor - Mar 01, 2015
Jindal argued that repealing the health care law was a linchpin of Republicans' campaign efforts in the hugely successful 2014 midterm elections, and the GOP shouldn't get away from that now.
Move over Hilary, O’Malley may seek 2016 Dem nomination Move over Hilary, O'Malley may seek 2016 Dem nomination
Kerry Sullivan - Mar 01, 2015
Former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley gave a very presidential sounding speech this weekend in South Carolina.
The Boston Bomber trial will stay in Boston, will begin on Wednesday The Boston Bomber trial will stay in Boston, will begin on Wednesday
Kerry Sullivan - Mar 01, 2015
For the fifth time, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been denied the request to move the location of the hearing.
The March sky lights up both morning and night
Sean Krainert - Mar 01, 2015
March makes up for a long winter with the spring equinox and planet shows in both the morning and evening skies