Ex-CIA officer who leaked classified info to New York Times convicted
Dan Taylor - 20 hours ago
Ex-CIA officer who leaked classified info to New York Times convicted
Jeffrey Sterling was convicted of leaking details of a plan to provide faulty nuclear plans to Iran; the prosecution ultimately decided not to force the reporter to testify.
Emma Watson cast as a Disney princess Emma Watson cast as a Disney princess
Meredith Rodefer - Jan 26, 2015
Emma Watson is set to play Belle in Disney's live-action adaptation of 'Beauty and the Beast.'
California turkey farm quarantined after confirmed case of bird flu California turkey farm quarantined after confirmed case of bird flu
Agustin Guerrero - Jan 26, 2015
The USDA has confirmed a case of H5N8 avian influenza in a California turkey farm.
Documentary on Scientology alleges Cruise had Kidman's phone tapped
Jamie Lloyd - Jan 26, 2015
The Church of Scientology is vigorously denying claims in Alex's Gibney's new film "Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief."
Oculus to create virtual-reality movies Oculus to create virtual-reality movies
Rob Goldman - Jan 26, 2015
Facebook division is focusing on creating content for the popular virtual reality headset
Quadcopter drone crash lands on White House lawn Quadcopter drone crash lands on White House lawn
Beth Balen - Jan 26, 2015
The crash of a quadcopter drone triggered a lockdown at the White House early Monday morning.
SAG Awards 2015: Diversity is the real winner
Rob Goldman - Jan 26, 2015
Here's a look at every winner at the 2015 SAG Awards.
While diversity may be lacking at the Oscars, it can be found on television While diversity may be lacking at the Oscars, it can be found on television
Frederick Mintchell - Jan 26, 2015
While diversity may be lacking at the Oscars, it can be found on television with interesting roles for older actors and actors of color.
Prime Minister Modi's outfits overshadow Michelle Obama in Indian media during visit Prime Minister Modi's outfits overshadow Michelle Obama in Indian media during visit
Beth Balen - Jan 26, 2015
Michelle Obama started a media frenzy with her outfit, but Indian media seems more interested in what PM Modi wore
Most breast cancer patients do not know what kind of tumor they have
Kate Ferguson - Jan 26, 2015
A recent study shows that most women diagnosed with breast cancer are not knowledgeable about what type of tumor they have.
Obama seeks to further protect Alaskan Wildlife
Kerry Sullivan - Jan 26, 2015
President Obama proposes designating 12 million acres as "wilderness".
Spacecraft captures historic new close-ups of Pluto
Katharine Gripp - Jan 26, 2015
NASA's New Horizons will reveal the first high-resolution images of the dwarf planet at the edge of the solar system.
Fear in Florida over GMO insects
Katharine Gripp - Jan 26, 2015
Millions of genetically modified mosquitoes could be set loose on the Florida Keys.
Will WHO handle the next crisis better than Ebola?
Katharine Gripp - Jan 25, 2015
In the wake of the world's worst Ebola epidemic, the World Health Organization has promised to take steps toward reform.
TurboTax tax software prices being raised by Intuit: Customers infuriated by changes
David Keup - Jan 25, 2015
As Intuit raises prices on TurboTax software and causes a controversy with its customers, competitors try to take advantage of the situation in order to increase market share.
Will Apple beat first-quarter earnings estimates? Will Apple beat first-quarter earnings estimates?
Slav Kandyba - Jan 25, 2015
Analysts expect the iPhone maker to beat earnings estimates when official numbers are released on Jan. 27.
Rihanna drops surprise track off new record
Katharine Gripp - Jan 25, 2015
Singer amps up the star power by teaming up with Kanye, Paul McCartney
Sleater-Kinney returns to critical acclaim after 10 year hiatus
Stephen Jordan - Jan 25, 2015
Washington Indie/Punk Rock band Sleater-Kinney are back in the praises and critics and music fans, with the release of their 8th album No Cities To Love.
SkyMall bankruptcy and possible online disappearance surprises no one SkyMall bankruptcy and possible online disappearance surprises no one
Beth Balen - Jan 25, 2015
SkyMall catalogs will no longer be available on flights and travelers are not surprised by the news.
Review: The Boy Next Door
Stephen Jordan - Jan 25, 2015
Jennifer Lopez tells you she robs the cradle in her new thriller, when really this film robs you of your time and money.
Google Fiber high-speed net coming to Raleigh-Durham and Charlotte Google Fiber high-speed net coming to Raleigh-Durham and Charlotte
Slav Kandyba - Jan 25, 2015
The locales in North Carolina are next line for the rollout of Google Fiber, already available in several U.S. cities.
California DMV retracts decision to require commercial licensing for ride-sharing taxi services California DMV retracts decision to require commercial licensing for ride-sharing taxi services
David Keup - Jan 25, 2015
California Republican state assembly members threatened legislation over the DMV ruling.
Researchers uncoil an egg, with profound implications for food, medicine and biotech.
Justin Beach - Jan 25, 2015
Unboiling an egg may sound like a parlor trick, but untangling and refolding proteins could be very important in a variety of scientific fields.
Quasar observed dimming for the first time
Justin Beach - Jan 25, 2015
For the first time, astronomers from Yale have seen what happens when a black hole temporarily runs out of fuel.
Julia Roberts directing a film about Batkid Julia Roberts directing a film about Batkid
Courtney Frazer - Jan 25, 2015
The little boy that stole hearts while saving Gotham City is back for a new movie, with Julia Roberts producing and starring in the film that features the day Batkid saved San Francisco.
Finding the wealthiest 1 percent Finding the wealthiest 1 percent
Deven Bhagwandin - Jan 25, 2015
Humanitarian group Oxfam shows where in the world the 1 percenters live.
Twitter predicts rates of heart disease Twitter predicts rates of heart disease
Michelle Fitzsimmons - Jan 25, 2015
Negative tweets are linked to higher rates of heart disease, researchers find.
Lindsay Lohan accused of Photoshop to make herself look dangerously thin Lindsay Lohan accused of Photoshop to make herself look dangerously thin
Courtney Guetschow - Jan 25, 2015
Trouble seems to follow the star everywhere, including Instagram.
NASA probe snaps pictures of Pluto to prepare for its long-awaited encounter NASA probe snaps pictures of Pluto to prepare for its long-awaited encounter
Christina Kelly - Jan 25, 2015
The probe's journey has been long, but should help us better understand the distant dwarf planet.
New study finds correlation between long term birth control use and rare brain tumor New study finds correlation between long term birth control use and rare brain tumor
Agustin Guerrero - Jan 25, 2015
A new study has found a correlation between hormonal birth control and a type of brain cancer.
Microsoft's HoloLens gives us a futuristic interface that has to be 'worn to be believed' Microsoft's HoloLens gives us a futuristic interface that has to be 'worn to be believed'
Christina Kelly - Jan 25, 2015
Though it appears taken straight from science fiction, the headset is very real, and very practical.
Patrick Dempsey's wife files for divorce over 'irreconcilable differences' Patrick Dempsey's wife files for divorce over 'irreconcilable differences'
Courtney Guetschow - Jan 25, 2015
The couple have been together for over 15 years, but it's uncertain just how long they haven't been 'connecting.'
News anchor Sabrina Rodriguez pleads no contest in shoplifting case News anchor Sabrina Rodriguez pleads no contest in shoplifting case
Aaron Rodriguez - Jan 25, 2015
The plea was part of an agreement that Rodriguez accepted to avoid having three felony charges go to trial
Celebrating the 1915 phone call that shaped modern technology Celebrating the 1915 phone call that shaped modern technology
Kaela Amaral - Jan 25, 2015
One hundred years ago, the phone call was scripted to showcase the great technological feat.
Scientists drilling through Antarctica find life in one of the world’s most extreme ecosystems Scientists drilling through Antarctica find life in one of the world's most extreme ecosystems
Kaela Amaral - Jan 25, 2015
A host of fish, crustaceans, and jellyfish greeted surprised scientists drilling through Antarctica.
'Big Bang Theory' star Melissa Rauch tries out 'gymnastics sex' in 'The Bronze'
Steven DiCarlo - Jan 25, 2015
The 2015 Sundance Film Festival opens with an incredibly raunchy "gymnastics sex" scene.
Adobe scrambles to patch critical vulnerabilities in Flash
Michael Green - Jan 25, 2015
The vulnerability is 'being actively exploited in the wild via drive-by-download attacks.'
President Palin, 2016
Kerry Sullivan - Jan 25, 2015
Sarah Palin says she's "interested" in running for president in 2016
Sony to give away free games as part of $15 million settlement: Do you qualify?
Michael Green - Jan 25, 2015
As part of the class action settlement announced last year, Sony will dish out $15 million in total.
Watch the newly developed 'vampire bat' DALER drone walk and fly Watch the newly developed 'vampire bat' DALER drone walk and fly
Dan Taylor - Jan 25, 2015
The drone can fly distances, unlike a rotary-wing drone, and it can land and take off again, unlike a fixed-wing unmanned air vehicle.
Airplanes land in Atlanta after bomb threats Airplanes land in Atlanta after bomb threats
Dan Taylor - Jan 25, 2015
Both aircraft were eventually cleared after the scare. Police say the threats came from Twitter, but did not go into more detail.