Diet Coke sales continue to decrease
Brittany Cerny - Jul 22, 2015
Diet Coke sales continue to decrease
Diet Coke sales struggles amid consumers' concerns over artificial sweetener and gravitation toward healthier options.
Hackers use Twitter and Github to extract user's data Hackers use Twitter and Github to extract user's data
Eric Brown - 8 hours ago
Hackers find a way around anti-virus and anti-malware programs using Twitter and Github.
DEA informants lack oversight according to report DEA informants lack oversight according to report
Eric Brown - 9 hours ago
The Justice Department discovers lack oversight of DEA's informants.
Is this new weight loss pill the real deal?
Stephen Jordan - 9 hours ago
Scientists in the U.K. have synthesized a new compound that 'mimics' exercise.
Scientists learning a lot about Pluto's atmosphere Scientists learning a lot about Pluto's atmosphere
Stephen Jordan - 9 hours ago
A global mosaic of Pluto captured by NASA's New Horizons spacecraft and released on July 24 reveals Pluto and its distinctive heart-shaped feature.
Blood marker able to pinpoint risk for postpartum depression in women Blood marker able to pinpoint risk for postpartum depression in women
Eric Brown - 10 hours ago
Doctors have found a blood gene that indicates the risk for postpartum depression.
Rory McIlroy will miss Bridgestone Invitational due to personal injury Rory McIlroy will miss Bridgestone Invitational due to personal injury
Stephen Jordan - 10 hours ago
Rory McIlroy has told the PGA Tour he will not play the Bridgestone Invitational next week as he recovers from his ankle injury.
Newspapers keep cutting jobs Newspapers keep cutting jobs
Eric Brown - 10 hours ago
A new report shows the newsrooms are cutting jobs across the entire industry.
Teacher accused of having sex with students not guilty plea Teacher accused of having sex with students not guilty plea
Eric Brown - 11 hours ago
A teacher in Louisianna plead not guilty to having sexual relations with three female students.
Author John Carvalho discusses his Pulitzer Prize submitted book, 'The Crisis Of Our Time' Author John Carvalho discusses his Pulitzer Prize submitted book, 'The Crisis Of Our Time'
Frederick Mintchell - 12 hours ago
Author John Carvalho discusses his provocative new book, 'The Crisis Of Our Time,' which was submitted for the 2014 Pulitzer Prize and has made waves in Hollywood and academia.
The state of Alaska has a problem with current wildfires The state of Alaska has a problem with current wildfires
Stephen Jordan - 12 hours ago
Hundreds of wildfires are continually whipping across this state this summer, leaving in their wake millions of acres of charred trees and blackened earth.
Expert panel says people who go to the doctor should get screened for depression Expert panel says people who go to the doctor should get screened for depression
Dan Taylor - 14 hours ago
A panel of experts has suggested that doctors use screening techniques to sniff out those who suffer from depression and don't even know it.
'Alien Earth' discovery astonishes scientists 'Alien Earth' discovery astonishes scientists
Dan Taylor - 19 hours ago
The discovery of Kepler-452b could be the best lead yet scientists have for discovering an Earth-like planet -- and perhaps creatures like us.
Nation's capital sinking into the sea Nation's capital sinking into the sea
Jerry Newberry - 20 hours ago
Geologic shift and rising sea levels will cause massive flooding in Washington DC
After airliner runs empty on fuel, FAA gets involved After airliner runs empty on fuel, FAA gets involved
Stephen Jordan - Jul 28, 2015
An Allegiant Air flight ran dangerously low on fuel last week as it circled an airport in North Dakota, USA.
FDA bans cilantro after human feces found in field FDA bans cilantro after human feces found in field
Eric Brown - Jul 28, 2015
Human feces was discovered in a cultivated field in Mexico along with other suspected details of contamination.
Minnesota saves extra $650M on health care
Stephen Jordan - Jul 28, 2015
State officials say they've saved nearly $650 million by tweaking its subsidized health care programs.
Rapid climate change caused extinction of mammoths and sloths
Stephen Jordan - Jul 28, 2015
How did mammoths die? The study singled out specific, short-term periods called "interstadials."
Female prison worker who helped prisoners escape pleads guilty Female prison worker who helped prisoners escape pleads guilty
Eric Brown - Jul 28, 2015
Woman prison worker who help convicted murders escape pleads guilty.
GMO labeling bill passes U.S. house GMO labeling bill passes U.S. house
Eric Brown - Jul 28, 2015
A new bill requiring a nationally based labeling system for GMOs passed the House, but still awaits Senate approval.
Edible marijuana deemed unsafe by CDC Edible marijuana deemed unsafe by CDC
Eric Brown - Jul 28, 2015
The CDC wants more transparency and awareness on the notorious effects of edible marijuana.