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.
'50 Shades of Grey' director Sam Taylor-Johnson officially quits the franchise
Steven DiCarlo - Mar 27, 2015
Taylor-Johnson declines director position for '50 Shades' sequels due to creative differences with best-selling author E.L. James.
HBO signs four-year deal with Vice Media to court millennials HBO signs four-year deal with Vice Media to court millennials
Steven DiCarlo - Mar 27, 2015
Vice will produce HBO's first daily newscast, and will release significantly more documentary series episodes and HBO specials over the next four years.
Galactic cluster collisions show that dark matter is stranger than anyone thought
Justin Beach - Mar 26, 2015
What happens when large amounts of dark matter collide with other large amounts of dark matter?
'Fish in the Dark': Who's set to replace Larry David in Broadway hit?
Jamie Lloyd - Mar 26, 2015
The 'Seinfeld' creator looks to an old friend for help as he prepares to exit stage right.
Death of siblings investigated after bodies found in freezer in Detroit home
Beth Balen - Mar 26, 2015
A 17-year-old girl was reportedly forced by her mother to put the bodies of her siblings in the freezer.
Germanwings crash was deliberate
Gregory Baskin - Mar 26, 2015
Motive of co-pilot Lubitz remains elusive.
Two destructive termite species swarm Florida and produce 'worrisome' hybrid
Meredith Rodefer - Mar 26, 2015
Two of the most destructive termite species in the world are mating in Florida and creating vigorous hybrid colonies.
Facebook gets into the drone manufacturing business
Stephen Jordan - Mar 26, 2015
Mark Zuckerberg says their debut into drone manufacturing is a sign of Facebook's forward-thinking technology.
NASA lays out plans to grab a chunk of asteroid and bring it home
Justin Beach - Mar 26, 2015
NASA details its plans to capture a piece of an asteroid and put it in orbit around the moon.
Microchip backpacks help researchers to monitor bee behavior
Justin Beach - Mar 26, 2015
By learning more about the behavior of wild bees, researchers may gain further insight into the cause of health problems which have plagued them in recent years.
Heroin in Alabama and how Naloxone is bringing overdosers back to life Heroin in Alabama and how Naloxone is bringing overdosers back to life
Kaela Amaral - Mar 26, 2015
Heroin over-dosers are getting some lucky breaks these days.
Melting Greenland ice sheet is dangerously slowing the Gulf Stream Melting Greenland ice sheet is dangerously slowing the Gulf Stream
Kaela Amaral - Mar 26, 2015
We might be finally seeing the globe changing effects of global warming.
'Duck Dynasty' star Phil Robertson talks about raping, killing atheist family in shocking comments to conservatives 'Duck Dynasty' star Phil Robertson talks about raping, killing atheist family in shocking comments to conservatives
Dan Taylor - Mar 26, 2015
Robertson turned the fantasy into a bizarre moral tale about how atheists don't have morals and therefore should be fine with having their family raped and murdered in front of them.
1,000 Wells Fargo workers canned ... and it's a good sign for the economy? 1,000 Wells Fargo workers canned ... and it's a good sign for the economy?
Dan Taylor - Mar 26, 2015
The Milwaukee office handled home lending servicing, typically providing assistance to borrowers who had fallen behind in their payments.
California woman faked her abduction with boyfriend, angry police now believe California woman faked her abduction with boyfriend, angry police now believe
Dan Taylor - Mar 26, 2015
Police are now investigating whether the couple falsely reported an abduction, which involved a request for $8,500 in ransom money.
Awkward: Leader of viral racist Oklahoma frat chant to meet with black leaders Awkward: Leader of viral racist Oklahoma frat chant to meet with black leaders
Dan Taylor - Mar 26, 2015
After being kicked out of the University of Oklahoma and having his fraternity disbanded, Levi Pettit is making the rounds to attempt to repair some of the damage caused by the viral video.
Shocking plot in California involves kidnapping babies, beating and shooting their parents Shocking plot in California involves kidnapping babies, beating and shooting their parents
Dan Taylor - Mar 26, 2015
Police Chief Robert Luna called the plot "evil," and said the he hoped that the perpetrators "get hammered for this ... this is just unbelievable."
'Junk Science': Abortion rights advocates slam passage of Arizona anti-abortion bill 'Junk Science': Abortion rights advocates slam passage of Arizona anti-abortion bill
Dan Taylor - Mar 26, 2015
Democrats slammed a requirement in the bill that women be informed of a way to reverse the abortion pill as "quack medicine."
Simple rice cooking method drastically lowers calories
Gregory Baskin - Mar 26, 2015
With the addition of oil and refrigeration, calories may be reduced up to 60 percent.
'Mad Men' star Jon Hamm completes rehab program for alcohol addiction 'Mad Men' star Jon Hamm completes rehab program for alcohol addiction
Steven DiCarlo - Mar 26, 2015
Hamm kept his alcohol rehab stint quiet while promoting the final season of 'Mad Men.'
Spielberg set to direct video game inspired sci-fi movie Ready Player One
Stephen Jordan - Mar 26, 2015
Steven Spielberg To Direct Sci-Fi Cult Favorite 'Ready Player One'.
'Fifty Shades' director Sam Taylor-Johnson calls it quits
Meredith Rodefer - Mar 26, 2015
Despite the film's success, Sam Taylor-Johnson is leaving the 'Fifty Shades' franchise.
Study: Ebola hits young children hardest
Meredith Rodefer - Mar 26, 2015
Young children are less likely to survive after contracting Ebola than adults.
NFL player Devon Still announces his daughter is in remission
Sean Krainert - Mar 26, 2015
NFL player Devon Still shares with the public that his daughter is in remission from her cancer
NFL player Devon Still announces his daughter is in remission
Sean Krainert - Mar 26, 2015
NFL player Devon Still shares with the public that his daughter is in remission from her cancer
Chelsea Handler's creepy Cosby near-miss: "He tried to Cosby me"
Jamie Lloyd - Mar 25, 2015
The funny lady turned serious when recounting her strange experience with Bill Cosby in Atlantic City.
Lex Luthor to be played by Jesse Eisenberg in 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' Lex Luthor to be played by Jesse Eisenberg in 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'
Beth Balen - Mar 25, 2015
Eisenberg was nominated for an Academy Award for best actor for his 2010 performance as Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in "The Social Network."
Sarah Jessica Parker disses Tom Hanks Sarah Jessica Parker disses Tom Hanks
Courtney Slusser - Mar 25, 2015
Why she gave him that dirty look.
A new approach to calculating the length of a day on Saturn
Justin Beach - Mar 25, 2015
How do you measure a day on a planet with no physical features to watch?
University of Mississippi to remain the sole federal source of pot University of Mississippi to remain the sole federal source of pot
Beth Balen - Mar 25, 2015
Ole Miss has been the only federal pot grower since 1968, the only source of cannabis allowed for research that complies with FDA-approved tests.
Idris Elba rumored to play the villain in 'Star Trek 3', possibly as a Klingon Idris Elba rumored to play the villain in 'Star Trek 3', possibly as a Klingon
Steven DiCarlo - Mar 25, 2015
Screenwriter Damon Lindelof teases details from third installment of rebooted 'Star Trek' film series.
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.