Do you have high blood pressure? You're less likely to get Alzheimer's
Dan Taylor - Jun 30, 2015
Do you have high blood pressure? You're less likely to get Alzheimer's
Scientists have found a correlation between those with high BP and lower risk of Alzheimer's disease -- but you may be surprised as to why.
Scientists discover white, hairy Yeti crab in Antarctica
Meredith Rodefer - Jun 25, 2015
A group of researchers published a paper Wednesday describing a new, hairy Yeti crab with the nickname "Hoff crab."
Clint Dempsey's two year ban from the US Open Cup
Stephen Jordan - Jun 25, 2015
During an outburst in the middle of a game, soccer player Clint Dempsey was slapped with a minimum two-year suspension from the US Open Cup.
Sarah Palin's daughter Bristol is pregnant with second child Sarah Palin's daughter Bristol is pregnant with second child
Stephen Jordan - Jun 25, 2015
Bristol Palin confirms that she is pregnant with her 2nd child, although she admits: I Know This Will Be ''a Huge Disappointment''
NASA: Help wanted for Red Planet exploration
Brittany Cerny - Jun 25, 2015
NASA leaves path to Mars in public's hands with open conference invitation.
Ex-inmate joins Houston crime lab board Ex-inmate joins Houston crime lab board
Brittany Cerny - Jun 25, 2015
Ex-inmate honored with appointment to Houston crime lab.
Dustin Diamond doing jail time for bar stabbing Dustin Diamond doing jail time for bar stabbing
Stephen Jordan - Jun 25, 2015
Former "Saved by the Bell" star Dustin Diamond was not saved by a Wisconsin judge who sentenced Diamond to 4 months in jail for a bar stabbing incident.
Apple Music to get help from Dr. Dre and Elton John Apple Music to get help from Dr. Dre and Elton John
Stephen Jordan - Jun 25, 2015
Apple Music is gearing up for quite a big debut later this month, with a slew of artists backing them up, carrying out various creative duties.
Dept of VA in trouble again Dept of VA in trouble again
Brittany Cerny - Jun 25, 2015
Sloan Gibson, the VA's Deputy Secretary, called his agency's lack of planning for budget shortfall "inexcusable."
Scientists witness gigantic galaxy Messier 87 cannibalizing others Scientists witness gigantic galaxy Messier 87 cannibalizing others
Dan Taylor - Jun 25, 2015
Messier 87 has been caught consuming other galaxy's stars with the Very Large Telescope.
2 kids die after being struck by vehicle fleeing police in Detroit 2 kids die after being struck by vehicle fleeing police in Detroit
Dan Taylor - Jun 25, 2015
Three more children were in critical condition after the suspect reached speeds of 70 mph in a residential neighborhood.
Evacuations ordered as crews battle Western Wildfires
Jeremy Duncan - Jun 25, 2015
Evacuations were called off late Thursday about nine hours after the blaze broke out in the Newhall area of Santa Clarita.
Arnold Schwarzenegger opens up about Maria Shriver and Miley Cyrus Arnold Schwarzenegger opens up about Maria Shriver and Miley Cyrus
Ann Savage - Jun 25, 2015
The Terminator Genisys actor got personal during an appearance on the Howard Stern Show.
'You're in my house' Obama shuts down White House Heckler 'You're in my house' Obama shuts down White House Heckler
Jeremy Duncan - Jun 25, 2015
"No, no, no. Listen, you're in my house."
Jennifer Love Hewitt welcomes second child Jennifer Love Hewitt welcomes second child
Ann Savage - Jun 25, 2015
The Criminal Minds actress gave birth to a son on Wednesday.
Viagra may increase risk of skin cancer Viagra may increase risk of skin cancer
Dan Taylor - Jun 24, 2015
The "little blue pill" may carry some unseen risks, according to new research.
Scientists astonished to find 800 'ultra-dark' galaxies lurking deep in space Scientists astonished to find 800 'ultra-dark' galaxies lurking deep in space
Dan Taylor - Jun 24, 2015
These galaxies are massive but have almost no stars -- indicating something is hidden underneath.
Tom Holland will be the new Spider-Man Tom Holland will be the new Spider-Man
Stephen Jordan - Jun 23, 2015
Sony and Marvel have found their new Spider-Man, actor Tom Holland.
Early reports: water damage to blame for deadly collapse Early reports: water damage to blame for deadly collapse
Brittany Cerny - Jun 23, 2015
"It shouldn't take a tragic situation to make this a priority," Councilman Jesse Arreguin said.
Now un-trending: Confederate flags Now un-trending: Confederate flags
Brittany Cerny - Jun 23, 2015
Confederate flag memorabilia pulled from retailers' shelves, as government use debate continues.
Pizza delivery driver turned crime-fighting detective Pizza delivery driver turned crime-fighting detective
Brittany Cerny - Jun 23, 2015
Pizza delivery takes an usual turn as driver stumbles upon illegal cockfighting ring.
No more getting stuck behind slow moving trucks, Samsung creates a transparent truck No more getting stuck behind slow moving trucks, Samsung creates a transparent truck
Jeremy Duncan - Jun 23, 2015
The days of getting stuck behind slow-moving trucks on single-carriageway roads could be coming to an end with new Samsung technology.
Warning: Keep your smartphone away from your pacemaker, scientists say Warning: Keep your smartphone away from your pacemaker, scientists say
Dan Taylor - Jun 23, 2015
We keep iPhones close to our bodies at all times, but if you've got a pacemaker, that could be risky business.
Uber appeals California court ruling Uber appeals California court ruling
Jeremy Duncan - Jun 23, 2015
The California ruling applies only to one driver, but the state often sets a path followed by regulators and courts elsewhere.
Carolina Panthers join calls for removal of Confederate flag
Jeremy Duncan - Jun 23, 2015
On Saturday, hundreds of people marched in Charleston and Columbia to protest the Confederate flag's continued presence in front of the Capitol building.
Study: Diet that mimics fasting yields improved health
Sean Krainert - Jun 23, 2015
Researchers have found that a five-day diet that mimics fasting could provide extremely important health benefits
Maryland Governor Hogan diagnosed with advanced cancer
Sean Krainert - Jun 22, 2015
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan revealed his current battle with an aggressive, advanced cancer
Has Marvel Studios hired Has Marvel Studios hired "Selma" director Ava DuVernay to direct "Black Panther"?
Stephen Jordan - Jun 22, 2015
Rumor has it that Marvel has already tapped Ava DuVernay to direct Black Panther.
Obama uses Obama uses "N-word" during racism interview
Jeremy Duncan - Jun 22, 2015
"Racism, we are not cured of it," Mr. Obama said. "And it's not just a matter of it not being polite to say n****r in public.
Thousands attend Thousands attend "Bridge to Peace" walk in Charleston
Jeremy Duncan - Jun 22, 2015
Chants of USA! USA! and " Charleston Strong" broke out along the way. American flags waved and helicopters circled over the crowds as they marched across the bridge's pedestrian walkway.
Apple Music changes their royalties policy, thanks to Taylor Swift Apple Music changes their royalties policy, thanks to Taylor Swift
Stephen Jordan - Jun 22, 2015
Apple bows to Taylor Swift, changing their payment policy on music royalties.
Former Former "Star Wars" actor Jake Lloyd involved in car chase; arrested in South Carolina
Stephen Jordan - Jun 22, 2015
The actor was involved in a police chase that ended two counties over; Lloyd was arrested after the incident.
Miles Morales, the half black half Latino Spider-Man, gets bigger role in Marvel universe Miles Morales, the half black half Latino Spider-Man, gets bigger role in Marvel universe
Stephen Jordan - Jun 21, 2015
Miles Morales, the biracial Spider-Man, will star in the new Spider-Man in the main Marvel universe in the comics continuity.
Taylor Swift won't allow Taylor Swift won't allow "1989" to appear on Apple Music
Stephen Jordan - Jun 21, 2015
Taylor Swift's latest album "1989" will not be available through Apple Music, as the singer details in a letter to the Apple company.
Are we headed toward mass extinction? Are we headed toward mass extinction?
Dan Taylor - Jun 21, 2015
Report: Apple's iPhone 6 is getting bigger -- hopes to take on Samsung Galaxy Report: Apple's iPhone 6 is getting bigger -- hopes to take on Samsung Galaxy
Dan Taylor - Jun 21, 2015
And the tech giant is looking to take on Samsung with its new design that is catching the attention of consumers.
Surprise: Milk chocolate is just as good for your heart as dark chocolate Surprise: Milk chocolate is just as good for your heart as dark chocolate
Dan Taylor - Jun 21, 2015
For years it's been common knowledge that dark chocolate is best for your health, but surprising new research indicates that milk chocolate may be just as good.
Parkinson's disease has just been linked to 16 cancers ... but why? Parkinson's disease has just been linked to 16 cancers ... but why?
Dan Taylor - Jun 21, 2015
A new study in Taiwan has found that Parkinson's disease has been associated with 16 types of cancer ... and it's having some major implications for the medical community.
Stunning breakthrough: An HIV vaccine could be imminent Stunning breakthrough: An HIV vaccine could be imminent
Dan Taylor - Jun 20, 2015
A new HIV vaccine is getting close to a human trial, and people are excited that we may be getting close.
Think Global Warming means less winter-related deaths? You're dead wrong Think Global Warming means less winter-related deaths? You're dead wrong
Dan Taylor - Jun 20, 2015
Scientists found some surprising reasons why more people die in the winter, and they're not temperature-related.
Toby Keith makes controversial comments about Charleston black church massacre Toby Keith makes controversial comments about Charleston black church massacre
Dan Taylor - Jun 20, 2015
After calls for gun control by President Barack Obama when nine people were gunned down this week, Toby Keith has a few choice words.