New York Amber Alert ends after 5-year-old boy found dead
Beth Balen - Dec 19, 2014
New York Amber Alert ends after 5-year-old boy found dead
5-year-old Kenneth White found dead in New York. Police dispute kidnapping story.
Medvedev tries to halt collapse of Russian economy Medvedev tries to halt collapse of Russian economy
Mike Valles - Dec 17, 2014
As the Russian economy continues to struggle for survival, Russian Prime Minister Medvedev met with top officials of the government and the central bank in a desperate effort to rescue the ruble.
Oral sunscreen at least as effective as lotions Oral sunscreen at least as effective as lotions
Gregory Baskin - Dec 17, 2014
Dietary supplements are arguably more effective than topical products.
Instagram adding new filters and dropping fake followers
Kate Ferguson - Dec 17, 2014
Instagram has added new filters to the app's current choices, and is also continuing to delete as many spam accounts as possible.
Bill Cosby: No charges filed by Los Angeles DA Bill Cosby: No charges filed by Los Angeles DA
Manolito Martinez - Dec 16, 2014
DA states statute of limitations in the 40 year old allegation was only three years
Jeb Bush leaks 2016 plans to 'actively explore' run for president
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 16, 2014
Jeb Bush took another step--via social media--toward his decision on seeking the Republican Party's presidential nomination.
Nicki Minaj drops latest album 'The Pinkprint' Nicki Minaj drops latest album 'The Pinkprint'
Kate Ferguson - Dec 16, 2014
Nicki Minaj drops latest album The Pinkprint, which demonstrates her talents across a variety of styles, as well as showing off a personal side to the rapper.
Green Day, Joan Jett enter Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Green Day, Joan Jett enter Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Justin Zipprich - Dec 16, 2014
In 1994, Green Day's hit album, Dookie, gained mass radio play and managed to sell over ten million copies in the United States alone.
Google's top search terms of 2014, Robin William No.1 Google's top search terms of 2014, Robin William No.1
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 16, 2014
Robin Wiliams, Ebola and the World Cup were top searches of 2014 on Google.
Denmark claims North Pole Denmark claims North Pole
Gregory Baskin - Dec 16, 2014
Denmark challenges Canadian and Russian claims to the North Pole while rich energy deposits await their claim.
Manziel defeated, humbled in starting debut for Browns Manziel defeated, humbled in starting debut for Browns
Patrick Deegan - Dec 16, 2014
Manziel's debut with Cleveland Browns not impressive.
Philbin possibly on his way out  as Dolphins coach Philbin possibly on his way out as Dolphins coach
Patrick Deegan - Dec 16, 2014
For the second consecutive year, the Miami Dolphins are sputtering toward the finish line.
Opinion: First child dies from drinking liquid nicotine, new laws needed Opinion: First child dies from drinking liquid nicotine, new laws needed
Mike Valles - Dec 16, 2014
After discovering a bottle of liquid nicotine, a one-year old child drank from it, and then died.
Police find Pennsylvania shooting suspect dead Police find Pennsylvania shooting suspect dead
Manolito Martinez - Dec 15, 2014
Gunman left six dead, one injured, suspected in overnight carjacking
Barbara Walters deems George Clooney's wife the most fascinating person of year
Justin Zipprich - Dec 15, 2014
As a lawyer, Mrs. Clooney has had incredible success, representing big name clients including the former prime minister of the Ukraine and WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange.
Nut rage and noodle rage disrupt flights on Asian airliners Nut rage and noodle rage disrupt flights on Asian airliners
Beth Balen - Dec 15, 2014
Asian flights disrupted over passenger bad behavior cause embarrassment to South Korea and China.
Police storm cafe in bloody end to Sydney hostage siege Police storm cafe in bloody end to Sydney hostage siege
Manolito Martinez - Dec 15, 2014
15 hour long siege ends in violent hail of gunfire
Exodus slays Hunger Games at weekend box office Exodus slays Hunger Games at weekend box office
Justin Zipprich - Dec 15, 2014
The only film that made more in 2015 is the comic book adaptation, 'Guardians of the Galaxy', which has brought in $771 million at this point.
Candy canes, cookies and cake? Diabetes info: the Christmas edition
Aleyia Dixon - Dec 14, 2014
Enjoy the festivities risk-free with a few simple lifestyle and dietary alterations this Christmas.
Senate dysfunction leaves 400,000 rape kits untested in police labs Senate dysfunction leaves 400,000 rape kits untested in police labs
Manolito Martinez - Dec 13, 2014
Law enforcement is in need of funding to clear backlog of untested kits sitting in warehouses
Police rescue kids after father tries to throw them off bridge in San Diego Police rescue kids after father tries to throw them off bridge in San Diego
Manolito Martinez - Dec 12, 2014
Father called a 'person of interest' in the death of his wife
3 injured in shooting near high school in Portland, Oregon 3 injured in shooting near high school in Portland, Oregon
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 12, 2014
An unidentified suspect shot three people just outside of Rosemary Anderson High School in Portland on Friday.
Rift between 49ers front office and Harbaugh will likely result in trade Rift between 49ers front office and Harbaugh will likely result in trade
Manolito Martinez - Dec 12, 2014
Franchise reportedly will not extend his contract in the offseason
Crowded skies: Near misses between drones and airliners on the rise Crowded skies: Near misses between drones and airliners on the rise
Manolito Martinez - Dec 12, 2014
According to the FAA there have been 190 incidents of close calls with drones and aircraft over major airports in the last nine months.
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.