Drew Peterson accused in murder-for-hire plot, appears in court today
Dan Taylor - Mar 03, 2015
Drew Peterson accused in murder-for-hire plot, appears in court today
The Peterson case was so notorious that Lifetime produced a television movie on the case, with TV stars Rob Lowe playing Peterson and Kelly Cuoco playing Stacy Peterson, who disappeared and was never found.
European Southern Observatory's MUSE instrument identifies 26 new galaxies in 27 hours
Justin Beach - Mar 01, 2015
Using the Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer astronomers have been able to take detailed, 3D images of objects so distant that Hubble missed them altogether.
Lady Gaga takes the plunge for the Special Olympics
Kate Ferguson - Mar 01, 2015
Lady Gaga made a surprise visit to Sunday's Polar Plunge, an event which raises money for the Special Olympics.
Rare Native American pendant found by cable crew in Ohio
Justin Beach - Mar 01, 2015
Rare shell jewelry, believed to have originated in the South Atlantic region suggests extensive trade routes existed in North America 1500 years ago.
Jihadi John considered suicide before joining ISIS
Beth Balen - Mar 01, 2015
New revelations appear in emails exchanged with a 'Mail on Sunday' reporter in 2010.
Justin Bieber turns 21, parties on private island
Beth Balen - Mar 01, 2015
Pictures and videos show Bieber dancing around shirtless while sipping champagne.
SpaceX Falcon 9 to carry two Boeing all-electric satellites into orbit tonight
Justin Beach - Mar 01, 2015
Boeing's lighter 702 SP communication spacecraft stand to dramatically reduce the cost of satellite technology.
Facebook spat leads to shooting death of 14-year-old girl in Alabama
Beth Balen - Mar 01, 2015
A girls' Facebook argument moved to a local park where they planned to record themselves fighting to post online, but two males pulled out guns and started shooting.
February shatters Northeast records for cold, snow February shatters Northeast records for cold, snow
Dan Taylor - Mar 01, 2015
Boston blew away its old record for snowfall in February with 64.8 inches of snow, compared to its old record of 41.6 inches -- and with just a few more inches over the next few months, it could set a record for the entire winter.
Sierra Leone's vice president placed in Ebola quarantine Sierra Leone's vice president placed in Ebola quarantine
Dan Taylor - Mar 01, 2015
Authorities fear Sam Sumana was exposed to the deadly virus after one of his security guards died of the disease, which has ravaged the country since last year causing thousands of deaths.
Khloe Kardashian and NeNe Leakes up for Fashion Police seat Khloe Kardashian and NeNe Leakes up for Fashion Police seat
Ann Savage - Mar 01, 2015
The reality stars are rumored to be the top contenders to fill Kelly Osbourne's chair
More men are suffering from eating disorders than ever
Kate Ferguson - Mar 01, 2015
Newly released numbers show that an increasing amount of men are seeking treatment for a variety of eating disorders.
The answer to migraine pain might be through the nose
Kate Ferguson - Mar 01, 2015
New research has shown that reducing migraine pain might be as easy as numbing some of the nerves in the nasal cavity.
Cindy Crawford claims "real" photo photshopped
Ann Savage - Mar 01, 2015
The supermodel's lawyer has threatened to sue media outlets who continue to run the image.
Trump says he's 'serious' about 2016 bid, but no one is buying it Trump says he's 'serious' about 2016 bid, but no one is buying it
Dan Taylor - Mar 01, 2015
Trump has often made claims dating back to 2011 boasting that he could win the Republican nomination and defeat his Democratic opponent, but he has never actually made a formal bid at a nomination.
Jindal blasts GOP for being 'fearful' of repealing Obamacare Jindal blasts GOP for being 'fearful' of repealing Obamacare
Dan Taylor - Mar 01, 2015
Jindal argued that repealing the health care law was a linchpin of Republicans' campaign efforts in the hugely successful 2014 midterm elections, and the GOP shouldn't get away from that now.
Move over Hilary, O’Malley may seek 2016 Dem nomination Move over Hilary, O'Malley may seek 2016 Dem nomination
Kerry Sullivan - Mar 01, 2015
Former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley gave a very presidential sounding speech this weekend in South Carolina.
The Boston Bomber trial will stay in Boston, will begin on Wednesday The Boston Bomber trial will stay in Boston, will begin on Wednesday
Kerry Sullivan - Mar 01, 2015
For the fifth time, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been denied the request to move the location of the hearing.
The March sky lights up both morning and night
Sean Krainert - Mar 01, 2015
March makes up for a long winter with the spring equinox and planet shows in both the morning and evening skies
Wal-Mart's pay hike may pressure competition to do the same Wal-Mart's pay hike may pressure competition to do the same
Kaela Amaral - Mar 01, 2015
Wal-Mart's lowest paid employees are seeing a pay wage, and competitors may follow suit.
Battle rages over financial aid for illegal immigrants
Katharine Gripp - Mar 01, 2015
Some colleges are using funds to support illegal immigrant students, extending the debate on immigration reform
The Hubble telescope: 25 years spent capturing the wonders of the universe The Hubble telescope: 25 years spent capturing the wonders of the universe
Kaela Amaral - Mar 01, 2015
The incredible Hubble telescope has been in orbit capturing breathtaking images for 25 years.
Thousands gather in Wisconsin to protest right-to-work proposal
Katharine Gripp - Mar 01, 2015
Workers rally in Madison to try and keep the anti-union bill from passing
'Frozen Zoo' may save world's endangered species
Katharine Gripp - Feb 28, 2015
Scientists at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park hope to use stem cell technology to save animals on the brink of extinction – starting with white rhinos
Mexican government makes last ditch effort to save world's smallest porpoise
Justin Beach - Feb 28, 2015
The Mexican government hopes that better enforcement and compensation for fishermen will help bring the world's most endangered marine mammal back from the brink.
Grateful Dead tickets selling for up to $1 million on StubHub
Katharine Gripp - Feb 28, 2015
Fans will need to shell out thousands of dollars for the iconic rock band's final concerts if they missed their chance to buy tickets firsthand
Silicon Valley shuttle drivers vote to unionize
Sean Krainert - Feb 28, 2015
Shuttle drivers that take San Francisco residents to their Silicon Valley jobs, voted to union to gain support
Silicon Valley shuttle drivers vote to unionize
Sean Krainert - Feb 28, 2015
Shuttle drivers that take San Francisco residents to their Silicon Valley jobs, voted to union to gain support
Rosie O'Donnell officially files for divorce
Kate Ferguson - Feb 28, 2015
Rosie O'Donnell officially files for divorce after being separated from wife since November.
Study shows Great Recession to blame for increase in suicide rates
Sean Krainert - Feb 28, 2015
New study published February 27 in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine reveals some hard data regarding the increase in suicide rates among middle-aged adults
Proposed methane based life on Titan is just one example of life "not as we know it"
Justin Beach - Feb 28, 2015
Researchers have laid out the chemical case for the possibility of life on Saturn's moon titan but that is just the latest entry on a long list of potential life forms not like our own.
Erskine College says statement is not a ban on homosexuality
Beth Balen - Feb 28, 2015
The statement on human sexuality was made last week, apparently in response to two male volleyball players announcing last year that they were gay.
FIRST Robotics competitions are underway
Sean Krainert - Feb 28, 2015
FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics kicked off in Michigan, Indiana and New England to name a few this weekend
Scientists want to rename chronic fatigue syndrome
Kate Ferguson - Feb 28, 2015
In light of recent evidence that chronic fatigue might actually be biologically based, a new name has been suggested for the illness.
Poll suggests that moral arguments on climate change may succeed where scientific ones have failed
Justin Beach - Feb 28, 2015
Americans may be unconvinced on the science behind climate change but a recent survey indicates that moral arguments might persuade them to act.
Sharon Osbourne supports Kelly's choice to leave 'Fashion Police'
Kate Ferguson - Feb 28, 2015
Sharon Osbourne shares her support of daughter Kelly's decision to quit Fashion Police in the wake of controversy.
iPhone explodes in man's pocket, causes third-degree burns
Beth Balen - Feb 28, 2015
Erik Johnson spend 10 days in a hospital burn unit, suffering from a third-degree burn the size of a football.
Power-steering problems cause recall of 263,000 Hyundai cars
Beth Balen - Feb 28, 2015
A sensor problem could cause the loss of power-assisted steering.
3-year-old Texas boy dies after shooting himself in head
Beth Balen - Feb 28, 2015
Investigators say the child found the gun in a purse on a shelf.
Shooting death of teen Jessica Hernandez by police ruled homicide
Beth Balen - Feb 28, 2015
Autopsy report released on Friday conflicts with the Denver Police Department claims.
Frozen slush waves on Nantucket a seldom seen phenomenon Frozen slush waves on Nantucket a seldom seen phenomenon
Beth Balen - Feb 28, 2015
Photographer Jonathan Nimerfroh captured pictures of the slurpee waves that have been widely shared on the Internet.