Scientists make stunning discovery: a 300-million-year-old fish could see in color
Dan Taylor - Dec 25, 2014
Scientists make stunning discovery: a 300-million-year-old fish could see in color
Researchers uncovered a fossilized Acanthodes bridgei with intact eye tissues and found that they have rods and cones like humans.
'Gone Girl' star Kim Dickens to battle zombies in 'Walking Dead' companion series
Steven DiCarlo - Dec 23, 2014
Malaysia Flight MH370 shot down by US Military near Diego Garcia, claims former Proteus Airline CEO Marc Dugain
Manolito Martinez - Dec 23, 2014
Pentagon calls Claims "too ridiculous to deserve a response."
NASA's NuSTAR spacecraft captures stunning image of our sun NASA's NuSTAR spacecraft captures stunning image of our sun
Dan Taylor - Dec 23, 2014
Scientists are hopeful that NuSTAR can answer key questions about the sun, including why the sun's corona is so much hotter than its surface.
Yellowstone's rainbow-colored geothermal pools are filled with trash Yellowstone's rainbow-colored geothermal pools are filled with trash
Dan Taylor - Dec 23, 2014
Trash, coins, and other debris have sunk to the bottom and partially clogged the magma vents that heat the pools, causing the temperature of the water to drop, creating microbial mats.
Mike Colter set to play comicbook character Luke Cage
Stephen Jordan - Dec 23, 2014
Actor Mike Colter is the latest to join the Marvel-Netflix catalogue of shows.
Sammy Davis Jr's ex-girlfriend latest to accuse Bill Cosby for sexual assault
Ann Savage - Dec 23, 2014
Katherine McKee claims the comedian raped her in the 1970s.
Kim Kardashian, Kanye West named the new faces of Balmain's menswear
Steven DiCarlo - Dec 23, 2014
Celebrity couple makes out in their first ad campaign together.
'Fast & Furious' director Justin Lin will direct 'Star Trek 3'
Steven DiCarlo - Dec 23, 2014
Paramount Pictures has finally found Roberto Orci's replacement.
Into the Woods explores what happens after happily ever after
Ann Savage - Dec 23, 2014
Chris Pine and Anna Kendrick talk about how their characters go beyond the fairy tale.
Metal fans ignored again by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Is its panel a joke?
Steven DiCarlo - Dec 23, 2014
Iron Maiden, Deep Purple, and Judas Priest left off of list of 2015 inductees.
Ukraine moves toward joining NATO
Mike Valles - Dec 23, 2014
Ukraine has taken a vote to being moving toward joining NATO.
Ukraine moves toward joining NATO
Mike Valles - Dec 23, 2014
Ukraine has taken a vote to being moving toward joining NATO.
Sony will release 'The Interview' on Thursday
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 23, 2014
The film that demonstrates a plot to assassinate a North Korean leader will appear in theaters willing to play it on Christmas day.
Delta Air Lines baggage handler, accomplice smuggled firearms
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 23, 2014
Mark Quentin Henry and Eugene Harvey were accused of conspiring to transport firearms from Atlanta to New York via Delta Air Lines.
Will NASA build a cloud city above Venus one day?
Justin Beach - Dec 23, 2014
NASA unveils plans to send a manned mission and possibly build a colony someday high above the oppressive atmosphere of Venus.
North Korea's internet goes dark
Mike Valles - Dec 23, 2014
North Korea's internet went dark today and no one seems to know why.
North Korea's internet goes dark
Mike Valles - Dec 23, 2014
North Korea's internet went dark today and no one seems to know why.
Study shows that using electronic devices before bed can eventually lead to cancer
Brian Sprowl - Dec 23, 2014
Using electronic devices before bed can lead to very serious health risks.
Brand new bourbon virus leads to patient's death
Mike Valles - Dec 22, 2014
A brand new virus has been found in southeast Kansas and the only patient so far has died.
Brand new bourbon virus leads to patient's death
Mike Valles - Dec 22, 2014
A brand new virus has been found in southeast Kansas and the only patient so far has died.
British singer Joe Cocker died at 70
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 22, 2014
Joe Cocker, the rocker who launched his career at Woodstock, died in Colorado on Monday.
Box office: 'The Hobbit' No.1, $90.6 million debut
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 22, 2014
The third movie in "The Hobbit" franchise made $56.22 million dollars at the box office this weekend and beat out "Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb" and "Annie."
Asteroid that doomed the dinosaurs may have nearly condemned mammals as well
Agustin Guerrero - Dec 22, 2014
A new study finds that the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs killed many species of mammals as well.
Asteroid that doomed the dinosaurs may have nearly condemned mammals as well
Agustin Guerrero - Dec 22, 2014
A new study finds that the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs killed many species of mammals as well.
Relations fragile between New York police and Mayor de Blasio after shooting Relations fragile between New York police and Mayor de Blasio after shooting
Beth Balen - Dec 22, 2014
Some critics are blaming Mayor Bill de Blasio for the shooting of two police officers last weekend because of his calls for police reform.
Army researchers crafting a robotic fly, invite civilians to aid in development
Agustin Guerrero - Dec 22, 2014
The U.S. Army Research Laboratory are developing small robotic spies and are seeking civilian aid.
Army researchers crafting a robotic fly, invite civilians to aid in development
Agustin Guerrero - Dec 22, 2014
The U.S. Army Research Laboratory are developing small robotic spies and are seeking civilian aid.
Eagles’ mistakes prove to be costly and season-ending in 27-24 loss to Redskins Eagles' mistakes prove to be costly and season-ending in 27-24 loss to Redskins
Patrick Deegan - Dec 22, 2014
The Eagles find themselves out of the playoffs and searching for what went wrong.
Funding for U.S. hospitals steadily declining
Stephen Jordan - Dec 22, 2014
Hundreds of hospitals nationwide will have their Medicare payments reduced, due to patient health problems.
49ers interested in offensive coordinators McDaniels and Gase as next head coach 49ers interested in offensive coordinators McDaniels and Gase as next head coach
Patrick Deegan - Dec 22, 2014
Perhaps McDaniels or Gase will be the offensive guru that the team needs to right the ship in 2015.
A hug a day can keep the stress and sickness away
Brian Sprowl - Dec 22, 2014
Hugs might actually do more good for your health than bad.
Facebook slipping in popularity among teens
Brian Sprowl - Dec 21, 2014
Facebook is losing a certain youthful audience.
Released: The Alan Gross Report
Chad Wicklund - Dec 21, 2014
Background on Alan Gross's captivity
Hillary Clinton Advocates for GMOs
Gregory Baskin - Dec 21, 2014
Negative perceptions could be neutralized with more positive spin from the biotech industry.
Miracle at the Crosswalk
Chad Wicklund - Dec 21, 2014
A group of dads make an elderly crossing guard's dream come true.
Cuba remains communist despite detente Cuba remains communist despite detente
Gregory Baskin - Dec 21, 2014
As a remnant of the Cold War disappears, Cuba demands that its communist ideals are respected.
A climate change tipping point has passed, says NOAA A climate change tipping point has passed, says NOAA
Justin Beach - Dec 20, 2014
Some US coastal areas will now see flooding regardless of what is done about climate change and many others will follow soon according to a new report.
Upcoming 2015 CES show in Las Vegas to focus on the Internet of Things Upcoming 2015 CES show in Las Vegas to focus on the Internet of Things
Eric Sheffield - Dec 20, 2014
This year, the 2015 CES is abuzz with technology's newest promise: the Internet of Things, or the ever increasing web of connected devices that will see smartphone apps allow users to control just about anything.
New developments in Sony hack point to Iran, China or Russia as accomplices
Eric Sheffield - Dec 20, 2014
While authorities still agree North Korea is ultimately responsible for the Sony hack, new evidence points towards the involvement of China, Russia, or Iran and to some troubling implications.
New report slams Secret Service as 'starved' of leadership, advocates higher White House fence New report slams Secret Service as 'starved' of leadership, advocates higher White House fence
Dan Taylor - Dec 20, 2014
The panel says the agency should seek a director from outside the Secret Service to provide a fresh perspective.