Astronomers spot gas giant exoplanet 13,000 light-years from Earth
Dan Taylor - Apr 15, 2015
Astronomers spot gas giant exoplanet 13,000 light-years from Earth
Peering deep into the orifices of our Milky Way galaxy using powerful telescopes, astronomers made an astonishing discovery that could shed more light on our galaxy.
American Idol judge confronts contestant on stage for calling show 'wack'
Jose Herrera - Apr 16, 2015
A contestant who decided to call American Idol "wack" on Wednesday was confronted by one of the judges on live TV.
'Fashion Police' host believes controversy is what keeps the show alive
Jose Herrera - Apr 16, 2015
Giuliana Rancic claims that Fashion Police will be back for another season after having some controversial issues.
Physics behind knuckle-cracking revealed
Sean Krainert - Apr 16, 2015
The most recent research on knuckle-cracking reveals what really takes place in the body when it hapens
Physics behind knuckle-cracking revealed
Sean Krainert - Apr 16, 2015
The most recent research on knuckle-cracking reveals what really takes place in the body when it hapens
Warner Bros. wastes no time in securing new director for 'Wonder Woman'
Susan Douglin - Apr 16, 2015
Just two days after Michelle Maclaren resigns from directing the anticipated Wonder Woman movie, Warner Bros. replaces her without a second thought.
Tools found in Kenya predate the Homo genus by half-a-million years
Justin Beach - Apr 16, 2015
The discovery indicates that tool-making has been going on for much longer than even the earliest humans walked the planet.
Infamous 'Celebrity Huntress' explains why she killed African giraffe
Kassandra Ricci - Apr 16, 2015
Huntress receives death threats after Ricky Gervais tweets his disgust about her photo.
NBC pulls 'Wizard of Oz' spin-off series 'Emerald City' out of development limbo
Susan Douglin - Apr 16, 2015
Fans will be following the yellow brick road to NBC's 'Emerald City' as the return of the 'Wizard of Oz' series has been announced.
Unstoppable success of 'Furious 7' spreads, movie soundtrack tops Billboard 200 Unstoppable success of 'Furious 7' spreads, movie soundtrack tops Billboard 200
Diana Reda - Apr 16, 2015
'Furious 7' reaches the top of the box office and Billboard 200.
Sofia Vergara enters legal battle to have frozen embryos destroyed Sofia Vergara enters legal battle to have frozen embryos destroyed
Gene Johnson - Apr 15, 2015
Sophia Vergara's ex-beau is seeking to ensure the female embryos are not destroyed through lawsuit.
Detect autism early and know what to do Detect autism early and know what to do
Kaela Amaral - Apr 15, 2015
Know how to detect and deal with autism.
Revamped 'Guitar Hero' system aims to bring the franchise back to life
Gene Johnson - Apr 15, 2015
"Guitar Hero" updates include a redesign of the guitar-shaped controller and "Guitar Hero TV,'' a mode that grants users new music options.
Giuliana Rancic: Controversy over 'Fashion Police' proves people are enjoying it - we'll be back!
Jamie Lloyd - Apr 15, 2015
The E! star talks marriage, family and new projects.
Did Gwyneth Paltrow already fail the food stamp challenge? Did Gwyneth Paltrow already fail the food stamp challenge?
Diana Reda - Apr 15, 2015
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow may not have passed the food stamp challenge after all.
Tinder adds Instagram in latest update
Kaela Amaral - Apr 15, 2015
Tinder matches Instagram.
Researchers find no tell-tale signs of life after searching 100,000 galaxies
Justin Beach - Apr 15, 2015
A search for signs of large scale energy use has turned up some interesting things but no widespread alien civilizations, yet.
Culinary maverick Homaro Cantu dies of apparent suicide
Courtney Slusser - Apr 15, 2015
A grave loss in the food industry.
'Sopranos' creator writes analysis of show's controversial final scene
Kassandra Ricci - Apr 15, 2015
David reveals the thought process behind one of TV's most famous final scenes.
Patty Jenkins steps in for Michelle MacLaren to direct Wonder Woman
Stephen Jordan - Apr 15, 2015
Patty Jenkins, who almost directed 'Thor 2' for Marvel Studios, has closed a deal to helm Warner Bros.' Wonder Woman.
'Daredevil' director insisted five-minute fight scene be filmed in one take
Steven DiCarlo - Apr 15, 2015
'Daredevil' fight coordinator reveals one of the Netflix series' most intense fight scenes was filmed in only one take.
'Kick-Ass' director in talks to spearhead long-awaited 'Flash Gordon' reboot
Steven DiCarlo - Apr 15, 2015
'Kingsman' director reportedly being considered by Fox for the studio's Flash Gordon reboot.
NFL star Aaron Hernandez found guilty of murder
Stephen Jordan - Apr 15, 2015
The New England Patriot's Aaron Hernandez has been found guilty of first degree murder.
Nicki Minaj hints she might be engaged Nicki Minaj hints she might be engaged
Courtney Slusser - Apr 15, 2015
Who's the lucky guy?
Protestor 'glitter bombs' ECB press conference
Gregory Baskin - Apr 15, 2015
21-year-old Josephine Witt was registered as a journalist for a publication she does represent.
Dark matter observed reacting to a force other than gravity for the first time
Justin Beach - Apr 15, 2015
Researchers observing a collision of four galaxies, 1.3 billion miles away, have noticed a change in the region's dark matter.
Netflix is doing well with its subscriber growth Netflix is doing well with its subscriber growth
Stephen Jordan - Apr 15, 2015
Netflix has released its earnings for the first quarter of 2015 today, and the numbers look good.
Gorgeous supermodel Gisele Bundchen is calling it quits
Stephen Jordan - Apr 15, 2015
Gisele Bundchen shares a beautiful old photo of herself to say goodbye to the runway.
The pilot of a Gyro-Copter is in some serious trouble with the U.S. Capitol
Stephen Jordan - Apr 15, 2015
Gyrocopter on U.S. Capitol lawn; it's pilot has been placed under arrest by authorities.
Iran says Congress will not wreck nuclear negotiations Iran says Congress will not wreck nuclear negotiations
Gregory Baskin - Apr 15, 2015
John Kerry continues to express confidence that a final deal will be reached.
Methane storms on Titan could be the answer to dune mystery
Justin Beach - Apr 15, 2015
The surface winds on Saturn's moon titan blow west, so why do the massive dunes point east?
Jimmy Kimmel speaks on the recent Dennis Quad incident Jimmy Kimmel speaks on the recent Dennis Quad incident
Stephen Jordan - Apr 15, 2015
Dennis Quaid's apparent movie set melt down could be a simple hoax.
Will getting a divorce make you more likely to have a heart attack?
Stephen Jordan - Apr 15, 2015
Divorced people seem to have more health problems, specifically heart attacks, than married couples.
18 days until Mayweather and Pacquiao fight
Stephen Jordan - Apr 15, 2015
Mayweather is calm about upcoming fight.
Study suggests potential cause of Alzheimer's links to immune system
Meredith Rodefer - Apr 15, 2015
A study conducted by a team of researchers at Duke University aided experts in better understanding the causes of Alzheimer's Disease.
Shocking 'Justified' series finale ... and not in the way you might expect -- showrunner Graham Yost tells all in interview Shocking 'Justified' series finale ... and not in the way you might expect -- showrunner Graham Yost tells all in interview
Dan Taylor - Apr 15, 2015
Series creator Graham Yost spilled the beans on why he decided to end the series the way he did on Tuesday, which caught many off-guard.
Astronomers spot gas giant exoplanet 13,000 light-years from Earth Astronomers spot gas giant exoplanet 13,000 light-years from Earth
Dan Taylor - Apr 15, 2015
Peering deep into the orifices of our Milky Way galaxy using powerful telescopes, astronomers made an astonishing discovery that could shed more light on our galaxy.
Watch terrifying video of police officer slamming into Arizona robbery suspect [VIDEO] Watch terrifying video of police officer slamming into Arizona robbery suspect [VIDEO]
Dan Taylor - Apr 15, 2015
The suspect had been walking around with a rifle and alternately either pointing it at his own throat or firing it in the air, police said.
Another Missouri inmate executed after last minute appeals rejected
Meredith Rodefer - Apr 15, 2015
Andrew Cole became the third convicted killer to be sentenced to death in Missouri this year on Tuesday night.
Is dark matter not as 'ghostly' as we thought? Is dark matter not as 'ghostly' as we thought?
Dan Taylor - Apr 15, 2015
For years scientists have assumed that dark matter can only be observed through gravity, but an astonishing new revelation has scientists buzzing.
Returning U.S. troops say Iraq security in disarray
Gregory Baskin - Apr 15, 2015
Billions of U.S. dollars spent to train 280,000 soldiers; now there may be only 50,000 left.