Exclusive: 'Person of Interest's' Michael Emerson talks about the season four finale, his-and-hers Emmys and more
Frederick Mintchell - May 05, 2015
Exclusive: 'Person of Interest's' Michael Emerson talks about the season four finale, his-and-hers Emmys and more
'Person of Interest's' Michael Emerson talks about the season four finale, his-and-hers Emmys and a 'bitch-o-rama' Season Five.
Obama announces foundation similar to Obama announces foundation similar to "My Brother's Keeper" initiative
Stephen Jordan - May 04, 2015
President Barack Obama unveiled a new private sector-funded expansion of his My Brother's Keeper initiative.
All-Star Stephen Curry is now MVP All-Star Stephen Curry is now MVP
Stephen Jordan - May 04, 2015
Golden State Warriors All-Star guard Stephen Curry's road to being titled the NBA MVP has not been an easy one.
"Star Trek's" Grace Lee Whitney has died
Stephen Jordan - May 04, 2015
Grace Lee Whitney, who played Captain Kirk's assistant Yeoman Janice Rand i on the original Star Trek series, has died.
Has Chris Brown found himself in another legal problem due to a physical altercation? Has Chris Brown found himself in another legal problem due to a physical altercation?
Stephen Jordan - May 04, 2015
The R&B superstar may have been involved in another physical assault, during a pickup basketball game in Las Vegas.
Could the Raman laser unmask the secrets to microscopic life? Could the Raman laser unmask the secrets to microscopic life?
Dan Taylor - May 04, 2015
This amazing new laser technique could allow scientists to make exciting new breakthroughs in the field of microbiology.
NASA tests fuel-less propulsion, could lead to interstellar travel NASA tests fuel-less propulsion, could lead to interstellar travel
Gregory Baskin - May 04, 2015
If true, the infinity of space could become accessible.
U.S. sends more aircraft to Nepal
Gregory Baskin - May 04, 2015
The earthquake-torn country sees humanitarian teams arrive from the U.S. military.
Scarlett Johansson mocks 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' in SNL parody
Dan Taylor - May 04, 2015
Marvel has said it has no plans to feature ScarJo's Black Widow character in her own film, so SNL writers decided to make fun of the male-dominated blockbusters.
Study: Free Android apps track personal info without consent Study: Free Android apps track personal info without consent
Michael Green - May 04, 2015
The study found that the 2,000 apps studied connected to 250,000 urls.
Facebook 'Instant Articles' could debut this month Facebook 'Instant Articles' could debut this month
Michael Green - May 04, 2015
Users will see full content from some publishers without ever leaving Facebook
Researchers discover moving dead zones in the Atlantic Ocean
Justin Beach - May 04, 2015
Swirling eddies of water, with too little oxygen for marine life, have been found slowly moving westward across the Atlantic.
McDonald's to unveil its latest plans to revive its struggling business McDonald's to unveil its latest plans to revive its struggling business
Stephen Jordan - May 04, 2015
CEO Steve Easterbrook is expected to unviel first look at the new strategy to revive McDonald's.
2 people shot dead by police during exhibit of Prophet Mohammad cartoons 2 people shot dead by police during exhibit of Prophet Mohammad cartoons
Stephen Jordan - May 04, 2015
Texas police shoot dead 2 gunmen at exhibit of Prophet Mohammad cartoons
Ebola being spread via sex six months after infection
Sean Krainert - May 04, 2015
New reports show that the Ebola virus can be carried by a male survivor in their semen long past the time they initially thought
Ebola being spread via sex six months after infection
Sean Krainert - May 04, 2015
New reports show that the Ebola virus can be carried by a male survivor in their semen long past the time they initially thought
High school students discover widest-ever binary pulsar orbit
Justin Beach - May 04, 2015
High school students on a summer science program have found a remarkable pair of binary pulsars.
Jane Fonda reunites with Lily Tomlin on Netflix series
Courtney Slusser - May 03, 2015
What's after "9 to 5"?
Scarlett Johansson hosts SNL a fourth time Scarlett Johansson hosts SNL a fourth time
Courtney Slusser - May 03, 2015
Her post Avengers appearance.
Mental Health America walk at Oakdale Country Club in Lynchburg, Vancouver Mental Health America walk at Oakdale Country Club in Lynchburg, Vancouver
Stephen Jordan - May 03, 2015
Mental Health America walk raises awareness In Lynchburg, VA; celebrating overcoming mental health challenges.
Ben Carson, neurosurgeon, will run for president Ben Carson, neurosurgeon, will run for president
Stephen Jordan - May 03, 2015
Ben Carson is a renowned pediatric neurosurgeon and possible Republican contender for the White House in 2016.
Earthquake shakes Los Angeles, hits magnitude 3.9 Earthquake shakes Los Angeles, hits magnitude 3.9
Dan Taylor - May 03, 2015
Residents across the city could feel the shaking from the relatively rough quake, which struck in the Baldwin Hills neighborhood.
HIV blood used as magazine cover ink
Gregory Baskin - May 03, 2015
AIDS awareness is reawakened with global publicity.
Facts American Pharoah and the Kentucky Derby
Gregory Baskin - May 03, 2015
The 141st Run for the Roses grossed Ahmed Zayat $1.4 million.
Amazing new Tesla invention: A wall-mounted battery that will power your home Amazing new Tesla invention: A wall-mounted battery that will power your home
Dan Taylor - May 03, 2015
Tesla's massive economies of scale in the battery market due to its electric cars allows it to drive down the price.
Rosie O'Donnell's estranged wife to judge: Test her for drugs!
Jamie Lloyd - May 03, 2015
Michelle Rounds is asking a judge to require O'Donnell to submit to random drug testing.
Scientists amazed by discovery of tiny hairs on bats' wings Scientists amazed by discovery of tiny hairs on bats' wings
Dan Taylor - May 03, 2015
A research team removed the hairs temporarily to see what would happen, and they were surprised by the results.
Shocking study predicts global warming will destroy 1 in 6 species by end of century Shocking study predicts global warming will destroy 1 in 6 species by end of century
Dan Taylor - May 03, 2015
South America could lose a quarter of all its species if humans can't find a way to dial back carbon emissions, study finds.
Crime novelist Ruth Rendell dead at 85
Jamie Lloyd - May 03, 2015
The acclaimed crime writer is credited for popularizing psychological crime fiction.
Reports: An undersea volcano is about to explode near Oregon
Dan Taylor - May 03, 2015
Scientists are closely watching the Axial Seamount 5,000 feet below the surface as magma begins spilling out of it.
NYPD officer shot in the head; police arrest suspect NYPD officer shot in the head; police arrest suspect
Dan Taylor - May 03, 2015
The officer, 25-year-old Brian Moore, was rushed to the hospital with critical injuries, where he underwent emergency surgery.
Drunk driver kills 40-year-old woman, infant child after slamming into apartment complex Drunk driver kills 40-year-old woman, infant child after slamming into apartment complex
Dan Taylor - May 03, 2015
Two boys ages 6 and 7 were also taken to the hospital in the deadly crash.
3D printing has saved the lives of three young children
Stephen Jordan - May 03, 2015
3D printed splints become life saving miracles for three babies with little hope
Dave Goldberg, husband of Facebook executive, dies at 47 Dave Goldberg, husband of Facebook executive, dies at 47
Stephen Jordan - May 03, 2015
David Goldberg, Silicon Valley CEO with deep ties to Minneapolis, dies at 47
The Los Angeles Clippers defeat the San Antonio Spurs
Stephen Jordan - May 03, 2015
Chris Paul's presence makes a big difference for Clippers
Brooklyn Decker pregnant with first child
Courtney Slusser - May 02, 2015
The mom-to-be celebrates her little bundle of joy.
Say goodbye to longstanding Jerry Lewis telethon
Courtney Slusser - May 02, 2015
Why the powers in charge decided to call it quits.
House Republicans declare war on climate change scientists, slash NASA's Earth sciences budget House Republicans declare war on climate change scientists, slash NASA's Earth sciences budget
Dan Taylor - May 02, 2015
House Republicans are attempting to derail efforts to study climate change, forcing NASA to spend more of its money on exploring other planets rather than worrying about the one we currently live on.
Hawaiians furious as new Thirty Meter Telescope atop Mauna Kea pushes ahead Hawaiians furious as new Thirty Meter Telescope atop Mauna Kea pushes ahead
Dan Taylor - May 02, 2015
Protesters are blocking roads and getting arrested to keep construction from moving forward on the new telescope, arguing that it is being built on a sacred site.
Big names converging on Washington for the Humans to Mars Summit this week
Justin Beach - May 02, 2015
It's been a big year for Mars news and all of the big players in space exploration will sit down to discuss it all this week.
Scientists monitor undersea volcanic eruption off Oregon coast
Justin Beach - May 02, 2015
If confirmed, the small eruption off the Northwest coast could signal a big step forward in predicting volcanic activity.