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.
NASA joins investigation into mysterious methane hot spot
Justin Beach - Apr 13, 2015
Experts from across the U.S. are descending on the Southwestern desert to investigate massive methane emissions from a relatively small area.
Study: Barbie is the first female CEO in a Google image search Study: Barbie is the first female CEO in a Google image search
Craig Manning - Apr 13, 2015
According to a new study on gender biases from the University of Washington, the first female CEO to show up in a Google image search is a CEO Barbie doll.
Breakthrough: Doctor develops groundbreaking new Ebola detection tool Breakthrough: Doctor develops groundbreaking new Ebola detection tool
Dan Taylor - Apr 13, 2015
A Rhode Island doctor who has been to Sudan, Haiti, and lately Liberia said he was shocked at the lack of literature on Ebola and developed a new sophisticated method for tracking down the disease.
Official images of the new LG G4 smartphone leak online Official images of the new LG G4 smartphone leak online
Craig Manning - Apr 13, 2015
Official renderings of the LG G4 leaked onto the internet through a promotional website that LG itself set up.
Milwaukee man driving van kills toddler, gets shot to death immediately after Milwaukee man driving van kills toddler, gets shot to death immediately after
Dan Taylor - Apr 13, 2015
A teen also died in the shooting, and the killer remains on the run, according to police.
Russell Wilson: I may start playing baseball soon Russell Wilson: I may start playing baseball soon
Dan Taylor - Apr 13, 2015
Wilson, has played minor league baseball in the past, said he's mulling whether to become a two-sport athlete as he negotiates a contract extension that could make him the highest-paid quarterback in the NFL.
Australia's new 'no jab, no pay' policy to cut benefits for anti-vaccination parents
Meredith Rodefer - Apr 13, 2015
Australia's new "no jab, no pay" policy could result in the loss of thousands of dollars for parents not willing to vaccinate their children.
Bing beefs up image search Bing beefs up image search
Michael Green - Apr 13, 2015
The redesigned image search will be cleaner, with a new focus on getting relevant information to the user.
Terrible trade data doesn't stop Chinese market from making big gains Terrible trade data doesn't stop Chinese market from making big gains
Dan Taylor - Apr 13, 2015
The poor export data is likely to result in the Chinese government getting involved with a new stimulus effort.
Wealthy 73-year-old Oklahoma 'reserve deputy' accidentally shoots to death unarmed man after confusing his gun was a taser: report Wealthy 73-year-old Oklahoma 'reserve deputy' accidentally shoots to death unarmed man after confusing his gun was a taser: report
Dan Taylor - Apr 13, 2015
Robert Charles Bates, the reserve deputy, had contributed money to the sheriff's reelection campaign as well as equipment and cars to the police department.
Magnitude 3.5 earthquake shakes Los Angeles
Meredith Rodefer - Apr 13, 2015
A small earthquake occurred near the Newport-Inglewood fault and jolted the Los Angeles area Sunday night.
Google reportedly building its own solid state battery Google reportedly building its own solid state battery
Michael Green - Apr 13, 2015
Google X labs has been exploring battery technologies since 2012
Apple Watch pre-orders top 1 million on first day
Sean Krainert - Apr 13, 2015
The new Apple Watch is reaching it's estimated one-million units sold during the first few days of online sales
Marco Rubio announces Republican presidential bid
Sean Krainert - Apr 13, 2015
Republican Marco Rubio is formally announcing his Republican presidential campaign
Marco Rubio announces Republican presidential bid
Sean Krainert - Apr 13, 2015
Republican Marco Rubio is formally announcing his Republican presidential campaign
Baby accidentally shot and killed by toddler with unattended gun
Sean Krainert - Apr 13, 2015
A baby boy was shot and killed on accident by a 3-year-old who picked up an unattended loaded gun
Baby accidentally shot and killed by toddler with unattended gun
Sean Krainert - Apr 13, 2015
A baby boy was shot and killed on accident by a 3-year-old who picked up an unattended loaded gun
Baby accidentally shot and killed by toddler with unattended gun
Sean Krainert - Apr 13, 2015
A baby boy was shot and killed on accident by a 3-year-old who picked up an unattended loaded gun
Oldest Neanderthal DNA ever found: 170,000 year old cave skeleton Oldest Neanderthal DNA ever found: 170,000 year old cave skeleton
Kaela Amaral - Apr 13, 2015
Our species evolutionary timeline may need to be tweaked a little.
Four dead in place crash near Fort Lauderdale Executive airport
Kaela Amaral - Apr 12, 2015
A small plane crashed into the woods near fort Lauderdale Executive Airport, killing all four passengers.
Actor Ryan Reynolds hit by a car in Vancouver
Stephen Jordan - Apr 12, 2015
Vancouver police have confirmed that actor Ryan Reynolds was the victim of a hit-and-run in a hotel parking lot.
Polls: How is the new Democratic Nominee Hillary Clinton fairing? Polls: How is the new Democratic Nominee Hillary Clinton fairing?
Stephen Jordan - Apr 12, 2015
Now that Hillary Clinton has officially announced that she is running for President, a recent poll shows how some voters are feeling about her.
Another fatal shooting caught on tape; this time in Oklahoma
Stephen Jordan - Apr 12, 2015
Police video shows killing of black a black man in Oklahoma.
Small solar eruptions can devastate planets without a magnetosphere
Justin Beach - Apr 12, 2015
New research suggests that without a magnetosphere, even tiny solar eruptions could render planets uninhabitable.
John Dickerson named 'Face the Nation' host John Dickerson named 'Face the Nation' host
Gregory Baskin - Apr 12, 2015
The journalist is known in Washington for his ability to knock politicians off script.
Pope speaks of Armenian genocide, Turkey recalls ambassador Pope speaks of Armenian genocide, Turkey recalls ambassador
Gregory Baskin - Apr 12, 2015
Up to 1.5 million were slaughtered 100 years ago and Turkey continues to deny responsibility.
National Public Health Week focused on climate change this year
Justin Beach - Apr 12, 2015
Climate change will be the greatest public health threat of the century according to medical officials.
Pacific Ocean now 'super warm' with possibly significant global consequennces Pacific Ocean now 'super warm' with possibly significant global consequennces
Gregory Baskin - Apr 12, 2015
Tropical fish have been spotted off Alaska.
This week is the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 13 mission
Justin Beach - Apr 12, 2015
45 years ago this week, the world held its breath as NASA tried to get three astronauts home safely.
Man commits suicide in front of U.S. Capitol Building holding 'Tax the 1 percent' sign Man commits suicide in front of U.S. Capitol Building holding 'Tax the 1 percent' sign
Dan Taylor - Apr 12, 2015
The man was carrying a sign that said "tax the one percent" when he shot himself on the Capitol grounds.
Mysterious 'blob' stretching 1,000 miles along West Coast is causing weird weather: scientists Mysterious 'blob' stretching 1,000 miles along West Coast is causing weird weather: scientists
Dan Taylor - Apr 12, 2015
The bizarre phenomenon is responsible for extensive droughts in the West Coast and heavy snowstorms in the East Coast, a bold new study claims.
'Pitch Perfect' star Rebel Wilson: I had no friends in high school
Jamie Lloyd - Apr 12, 2015
The Australian actress wasn't much of a social butterfly in high school.
Zoe Saldana shares getting-fit woes, inspires women who just gave birth
Jamie Lloyd - Apr 12, 2015
The "Avatar" actress took to Facebook with an honest account of her struggle to get back to red-carpet weight after the birth of her twins last year.
Is the universe expanding as fast as we thought? Stunning new study says NO Is the universe expanding as fast as we thought? Stunning new study says NO
Dan Taylor - Apr 12, 2015
Astronomers at the University of Arizona began looking closely at supernovae, and they had a rather shocking surprise that completely turns on its head ideas we have about how fast the universe is expanding.
1 dead in wild brawl between Christian music group and police outside Arizona Walmart 1 dead in wild brawl between Christian music group and police outside Arizona Walmart
Dan Taylor - Apr 12, 2015
Police responded to a report of a Walmart employee who had been assaulted in the bathroom, and when they arrived, they found the Gaver family assaulting another employee, police said.
Bumpy start for Rand Paul's 2016 presidential campaign as he clashes with journalists Bumpy start for Rand Paul's 2016 presidential campaign as he clashes with journalists
Dan Taylor - Apr 12, 2015
The terse exchange between Rand Paul and a Guardian reporter was the latest in a series of terse exchanges between him and the press.
Man arrested in radical Islamic plot to bomb Kansas Army base: police Man arrested in radical Islamic plot to bomb Kansas Army base: police
Dan Taylor - Apr 12, 2015
Authorities believe John Booker is mentally ill, and tried to get him counseling before he attempted to carry out the attack.
Police caught on tape beating California man after his arrest; 10 deputies placed on leave Police caught on tape beating California man after his arrest; 10 deputies placed on leave
Dan Taylor - Apr 12, 2015
Francis Pusok's lawyer said he is recovering well after being beaten by police officers follow a two-and-a-half-hour chase in the desert.
What happens underground during a high-speed meteor or missile strike?
Justin Beach - Apr 11, 2015
Using simulated impacts and high speed cameras, Duke researchers looked at what happens "underground" during high speed impacts.
Obesity a shield against dementia?
Gregory Baskin - Apr 11, 2015
An association found between being overweight or obese and decreased rates of dementia.