1,000 Wells Fargo workers canned ... and it's a good sign for the economy?
Dan Taylor - Mar 26, 2015
1,000 Wells Fargo workers canned ... and it's a good sign for the economy?
The Milwaukee office handled home lending servicing, typically providing assistance to borrowers who had fallen behind in their payments.
David Crosby's car hits jogger
Gregory Baskin - Mar 25, 2015
The man sustained multiple fracture injuries.
Jon Hamm leaves 30-day rehab Jon Hamm leaves 30-day rehab
Gregory Baskin - Mar 25, 2015
A "surreal case of life imitating art."
Researchers take a small step toward bringing back the Wooly Mammoth
Justin Beach - Mar 25, 2015
While you may not see a wooly mammoth roaming freely anytime soon, the research is important to the field of de-extinction.
China's lli pika seen for the first time in two decades
Justin Beach - Mar 25, 2015
One of the most elusive, and inarguably cute, animals known to science has reemerged in China.
Frog that can camoflage by changing its skin texture found in Ecuadorian Andes
Justin Beach - Mar 25, 2015
A newly described frog from the Ecuadorean, Andes has demonstrated an amazing ability, never seen before in amphibians.
Researchers show that heat and sound can be controlled with magnets
Justin Beach - Mar 25, 2015
Researchers demonstrate that heat and sound can be controlled by magnets, but it will be some time before there are practical applications for the discovery.
Ted McGinley discusses his starring role in 'Do You Believe?' Ted McGinley discusses his starring role in 'Do You Believe?'
Frederick Mintchell - Mar 25, 2015
Long-time television veteran, Ted McGinley, discusses shooting in the elements, the popularity of 'Dynasty' and his starring role in 'Do You Believe?'
Survivors warn: the early signs of colon cancer Survivors warn: the early signs of colon cancer
Kaela Amaral - Mar 25, 2015
It's never to early to be aware.
Jupiter terrorized the early solar system but created what is here today Jupiter terrorized the early solar system but created what is here today
Kaela Amaral - Mar 25, 2015
Jupiter doesn't get enough credit for our existence.
Vin Diesel thinks 'Furious 7' will win Best Picture Vin Diesel thinks 'Furious 7' will win Best Picture
Craig Manning - Mar 25, 2015
Vin Diesel praised the 'emotionally powerful' nature of the seventh 'Fast & Furious' film, and predicted that it would win the Oscar for Best Picture next year.
Taylor Swift does battle with SAT prep board over misquoted lyric Taylor Swift does battle with SAT prep board over misquoted lyric
Craig Manning - Mar 25, 2015
Photos of the test review question quickly went viral, with many Swift fans taking offense at the insinuation that their hero had used incorrect grammar.
Taylor Swift does battle with SAT prep board over misquoted lyric Taylor Swift does battle with SAT prep board over misquoted lyric
Craig Manning - Mar 25, 2015
Photos of the test review question quickly went viral, with many Swift fans taking offense at the insinuation that their hero had used incorrect grammar.
Alarming study: Diabetes risk skyrockets when using lots of antibiotics Alarming study: Diabetes risk skyrockets when using lots of antibiotics
Dan Taylor - Mar 25, 2015
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.
Scientists demand that Smithsonian, museums reject funding from conservative fossil fuel interests Scientists demand that Smithsonian, museums reject funding from conservative fossil fuel interests
Dan Taylor - Mar 25, 2015
The group of 39 scientists wrote that they were concerned about the large amount of cash given to museums like David Koch, who actively supports causes that reject climate science.
Apple CEO Tim Cook just couldn't delete Steve Jobs from his phone: new book Apple CEO Tim Cook just couldn't delete Steve Jobs from his phone: new book
Dan Taylor - Mar 25, 2015
The anecdote comes from the new unauthorized biography, "Becoming Steve Jobs: The Evolution of a Reckless Upstart into a Visionary Leader," which has been signed off on by Apple brass.
New Facebook 'On This Day' feature will remind you of your personal history New Facebook 'On This Day' feature will remind you of your personal history
Dan Taylor - Mar 25, 2015
That includes birthdays, anniversaries -- and things from your personal history that maybe you'd rather leave in the past.
2 moms are arrested for attacking their son's bullies 2 moms are arrested for attacking their son's bullies
Kerry Sullivan - Mar 25, 2015
Two California women assault their son's tormentors
3 dead after robbery suspect, Wisconsin cop exchange gunfire: police 3 dead after robbery suspect, Wisconsin cop exchange gunfire: police
Dan Taylor - Mar 25, 2015
Police noted that the suspect had apparently robbed a bank earlier in the day in the town of Wausaukee.
Elephants team up to keep 18-wheeler from tipping over Elephants team up to keep 18-wheeler from tipping over
Dan Taylor - Mar 25, 2015
The elephants were on their way to Texas for a circus show when their big-rig got stuck in the mud.
Father finds antibiotics help autistic son, gains attention of medical community Father finds antibiotics help autistic son, gains attention of medical community
Kerry Sullivan - Mar 25, 2015
A father of an autistic child alerts the medical community of a connection between gut bacteria and autism
CruzCare: Presidential hopeful offers alternative to ObamaCare CruzCare: Presidential hopeful offers alternative to ObamaCare
Kerry Sullivan - Mar 25, 2015
Ted Cruz enters the presidential raise with a viable alternative to the Affordable Care Act
Babies cringe when Mom smokes Babies cringe when Mom smokes
Kerry Sullivan - Mar 25, 2015
New study shows that smoking while pregnant can hinder the development of the central nervous system in the fetus.
Short circuit delays CERN collider
Sean Krainert - Mar 25, 2015
A short circuit is delaying the re-launch of CERN collider in search of a new basic building block of the universe
Short circuit delays CERN collider
Sean Krainert - Mar 25, 2015
A short circuit is delaying the re-launch of CERN collider in search of a new basic building block of the universe
NASA's Opportunity rover completes 26 mile marathon, in just over 11 years
Justin Beach - Mar 25, 2015
The 11 year old rover won't win any marathons on Earth but on Mars it holds the record.
New varieties of beans, designed to withstand climate change introduced
Justin Beach - Mar 25, 2015
New varieties of beans will help keep some of the world's poorest fed as climate change destroys agricultural land.
'Game of Thrones' series may have no choice but to spoil unreleased books 'Game of Thrones' series may have no choice but to spoil unreleased books
Steven DiCarlo - Mar 25, 2015
'Game of Thrones' showrunner tells the Oxford Union that the "show must go on," even if that means it spoils Martin's unfinished book series.
Nurses are mostly women, but men still get paid more, study finds Nurses are mostly women, but men still get paid more, study finds
Dan Taylor - Mar 24, 2015
Just 10 percent of nurses are men, but the gender gap exists even in that profession -- albeit smaller than in other occupations.
Vivica A. Fox to return as sultry Jasmine in 'Independence Day 2'
Jamie Lloyd - Mar 24, 2015
The actress is excited to step back into the role that made her famous in 1996.
Jack Nicklaus receives Congressional Gold Medal
Gregory Baskin - Mar 24, 2015
Through golf and philanthrophy, the "Golden Bear" has had a significant impact on American history and culture.
Pre-historic giant salamander-like amphibian was an apex predator
Justin Beach - Mar 24, 2015
Salamanders the size of crocodiles ruled the waterway of the Triassic.
Gulf Stream in North Atlantic is at its slowest level in 1,000 years
Justin Beach - Mar 24, 2015
A slowing of the Gulf Stream could disrupt weather patterns, fisheries and marine ecosystems and it appears to be happening rapidly.
GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz enrolls in Affordable Care Act, 'ironic development'
Slav Kandyba - Mar 24, 2015
CNN reports Ted Cruz signs up family for Obamacare.
Germanwings plane down, 150 dead
Gregory Baskin - Mar 24, 2015
No survivors due to the intense impact.
Jennifer Lawrence to leave 'X-Men' franchise after next film
Meredith Rodefer - Mar 24, 2015
Jennifer Lawrence announced that she will no longer play Mystique in the 'X-Men' franchise.
One dead, four injured in drive-by shooting near a Tenn. University, police say
Meredith Rodefer - Mar 24, 2015
Four men were injured, and one was killed, after shots were fired from a white Kia Soul near Austin Peay State University.
Largest ever impact crater found in Australia
Justin Beach - Mar 24, 2015
The age of the crater has not yet been determined but it appears to dwarf anything else found to date.
Bill Gates on Steve Jobs: "I was never in his league"
Stephen Jordan - Mar 24, 2015
Bill Gates adds some new dimensions to the late Apple founder.
Woman who spent 22 years on death row has murder case thrown out Woman who spent 22 years on death row has murder case thrown out
Dan Taylor - Mar 24, 2015
The only piece of evidence presented against Milke had been a confession to a detective, who had no evidence that the confession ever happened and had lost convictions because of misconduct before.
Want better memory? Take a 'power nap' Want better memory? Take a 'power nap'
Dan Taylor - Mar 24, 2015
A quick nap can boost memory by a factor of five, researchers found after examining 41 people, even beating out those who studied before a test rather than get some shut-eye.