Alarming study: Diabetes risk skyrockets when using lots of antibiotics
Dan Taylor - Mar 25, 2015
Alarming study: Diabetes risk skyrockets when using lots of antibiotics
The study found that the risk of developing diabetes can increase by as much as 23 percent when a heavy amount of penicillin is taken.
Amy's Kitchen recalls foods with possible listeria
Gregory Baskin - Mar 23, 2015
Listeria results in 20 percent mortality.
Evolution may explain why men are attracted to women with curvy backsides Evolution may explain why men are attracted to women with curvy backsides
Kaela Amaral - Mar 23, 2015
Maybe it is all about that bass.
Joe and Anthony Russo will indeed helm 'Avengers: Infinity War' Part 1 and 2
Stephen Jordan - Mar 23, 2015
Russo Bros set to direct Avengers: Infinity War.
Former Playboy Bunny reveals dark, manipulative world inside Playboy Mansion
Steven DiCarlo - Mar 23, 2015
Holly Madison's upcoming memoir will take readers 'Down The Rabbit Hole' into her life as Hugh Hefner's No. 1 girlfriend.
Taylor Swift purchases porn domains to defend against internet trolls Taylor Swift purchases porn domains to defend against internet trolls
Steven DiCarlo - Mar 23, 2015
Swift's team purchases TaylorSwift.porn and TaylorSwift.adult before those domains become available to the public.
Curiosity Rover finds fresh ingredients for life on Mars Curiosity Rover finds fresh ingredients for life on Mars
Kaela Amaral - Mar 23, 2015
The evidence piles up the life once existed on Mars.
U.VA student Martese Johnson to plead not guilty in controversial Alcohol and Beverage Control arrest
Jamie Lloyd - Mar 23, 2015
The college student maintains that his arrest was unjustified.
Bodies found believed to be Alaska family missing for almost a year, possible murder-suicide
Beth Balen - Mar 23, 2015
The bodies were found within a half-mile of the home, just off a wooded trail which is used mostly by snowmobiles and four-wheelers.
Mixed-race Miss Universe contestant criticized for not looking Japanese enough
Jamie Lloyd - Mar 23, 2015
The 20-year-old contestant vows to stay positive despite racially charged comments on social media.
College baseball player kicked off team after calling Mo'ne Davis a 'slut' on Twitter
Beth Balen - Mar 23, 2015
Davis has asked that Josey Casselberry be reinstated to the Bloomsburg University baseball team.
James Corden reveals Mila Kunis secretly wed to Ashton Kutcher on his show James Corden reveals Mila Kunis secretly wed to Ashton Kutcher on his show
Courtney Slusser - Mar 23, 2015
The truth comes out!
Obama pledges $240 million during kids' science fair at White House Obama pledges $240 million during kids' science fair at White House
Dan Taylor - Mar 23, 2015
The president said it's important to push STEM education, especially for minorities and girls who are underrepresented in science and technology fields.
Boeing's futuristic 'force field' would block explosion shockwaves
Justin Beach - Mar 23, 2015
Deflector shields could protect people and equipment from the blast generated by explosives.
Fast food ban in LA fixed nothing Fast food ban in LA fixed nothing
Gregory Baskin - Mar 23, 2015
Obesity rates actually increased in the regulated area.
Racial Intolerance Among the Frats Racial Intolerance Among the Frats
Alexander Nicoleau - Mar 23, 2015
The SAE chant was a defiant and communal show of racial insensitivity, indicative of a frame of mind that is being passed down generation to generation.
Tom Cruise and MI5
Gregory Baskin - Mar 23, 2015
That really is Cruise swaying off the side on an Airbus A400.
Bernice Steadman, would be astronaut born in the wrong era, dies at 83
Justin Beach - Mar 23, 2015
In a different age, Steadman might have been the first woman in space or the first female airline pilot .
Report: Marijuana more potent than a generation ago Report: Marijuana more potent than a generation ago
Michael Green - Mar 23, 2015
THC levels in Colorado marijuana range from 20 to 30 percent.
Remains of ancient, giant 'butcher' crocodile discovered in North Carolina Remains of ancient, giant 'butcher' crocodile discovered in North Carolina
Michael Green - Mar 23, 2015
Scientists discovered the remains of this 230 million year old beast while digging in the Pekin Formation.
Could the Ebola outbreak be over by August? Could the Ebola outbreak be over by August?
Dan Taylor - Mar 23, 2015
One UN official says that although health organizations had been slow to respond to the outbreak at first leading to more deaths, international groups have gotten a handle on the situation and could wipe out the disease by this summer.
Allergy season is here, and it's going to be a bad one Allergy season is here, and it's going to be a bad one
Dan Taylor - Mar 23, 2015
Fortunately, there are steps you can take to fight back -- but don't wait, or you may be suffering for a long time.
Spring is getting about 30 seconds shorter each year -- but don't be alarmed, here's why Spring is getting about 30 seconds shorter each year -- but don't be alarmed, here's why
Dan Taylor - Mar 23, 2015
Because of the Earth's wobbly spin, for the next few thousand years spring will continue to get shorter compared to summer.
Alabama grandmother convicted in girl's running death could be executed Alabama grandmother convicted in girl's running death could be executed
Dan Taylor - Mar 23, 2015
After being convicted of capital murder on Friday, Joyce Hardin Garrard will face either life without parole or the death penalty.
ISIS releases 'hit list' of 100 U.S. troops ISIS releases 'hit list' of 100 U.S. troops
Dan Taylor - Mar 23, 2015
The Islamic State claims that they obtained the information through its "hacking division," but it appears they simply gleaned it from news reports.
Five year review: Is Obamacare good for America? Five year review: Is Obamacare good for America?
Kerry Sullivan - Mar 23, 2015
A comparison of the American healthcare system in 2010 and in 2015
Smoking ban in New Orleans hits in one month Smoking ban in New Orleans hits in one month
Gregory Baskin - Mar 23, 2015
Virtually all public indoor and outdoor areas will be effected.
Collapse of California lookout point kills hiker, leaves another fighting for life Collapse of California lookout point kills hiker, leaves another fighting for life
Kerry Sullivan - Mar 23, 2015
The edge of the Bear Valley Trail to the Arch Rock overlook crumpled beneath the feet of two unsuspecting hikers
Starbucks to experiment with delivery service Starbucks to experiment with delivery service
Gregory Baskin - Mar 23, 2015
The effort is a further toward becoming a convenient, everyday brand.
Shockers beat Jayhawks to slide into Sweet 16 spot
Sean Krainert - Mar 23, 2015
Wichita State Shockers defeat the Kansas Jayhawks to confirm a spot in the Sweet 16
Shockers beat Jayhawks to slide into Sweet 16 spot
Sean Krainert - Mar 23, 2015
Wichita State Shockers defeat the Kansas Jayhawks to confirm a spot in the Sweet 16
Robert Kardashian slams his sister Kim
Stephen Jordan - Mar 23, 2015
Robert Kardashian has posted an Instagram picture with some scathing sentiments towards his sister.
Soaring antibiotic use in meat causing concern
Sean Krainert - Mar 23, 2015
An increase in demand for meat worldwide is causing a dramatic spike in the use of human antibiotics in food
Ted Cruz will run for president Ted Cruz will run for president
Gregory Baskin - Mar 23, 2015
Halfway through his Senate term, the Tea Party politician is outspoken against Obamacare.
Monica Lewinsky speaks out against 'culture of humiliation'
Katharine Gripp - Mar 23, 2015
Monica Lewinsky delivers an emotional, personal speech against cyber bullying
Philae lander still MIA
Katharine Gripp - Mar 22, 2015
Efforts by the Rosetta probe to contact the first-ever lander to set down on a comet indicate that Philae is still sleeping
Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar earns his first No.1 selling album in the U.K.
Stephen Jordan - Mar 22, 2015
"To Pimp a Butterfly" has officially become Lamar's first No. 1 album in the U.K.
China faces a 'huge impact' from climate change says country's top meteorologist
Justin Beach - Mar 22, 2015
The fragile Chinese economy is encountering increasing friction as the country's environmental problems mount.
Former Playboy bunny reveals 'nightmare' life at mansion that led to thoughts of suicide
Katharine Gripp - Mar 22, 2015
Holly Madison talks about the dark underside of Hugh Hefner's Playboy Mansion in her new memoir, 'Down the Rabbit Hole'
Santa Monica Mountains mountain lion crosses huge freeway
Gregory Baskin - Mar 22, 2015
P-33 is only the second in 15 years to accomplish this - optimism for population recovery.
Alaska Cannabis Club owned by TV reporter who dramatically quit on air raided by police
Beth Balen - Mar 22, 2015
Charlo Greene came to national attention when she quit her job as a television reporter while on the air last September to become a pot advocate, saying "f*** it, I quit" during a live broadcast.