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.
Snakebite Snakebite "selfie" results in expensive hospital visit
Jerry Newberry - 6 hours ago
A San Diego man reportedly bitten while posing with a rattlesnake,
Arizona Cardinals hire Jen Welter, the NFL's first female coach Arizona Cardinals hire Jen Welter, the NFL's first female coach
Stephen Jordan - 12 hours ago
Jen Welter has just become the first female to be employed in a coaching position of any kind in the NFL.
Hulk Hogan fired from WWE for racist rant and questions Obama's use of the N-word Hulk Hogan fired from WWE for racist rant and questions Obama's use of the N-word
Stephen Jordan - 13 hours ago
Hulk Hogan had a racist rant, from several years ago, go viral recently and he is now paying the price.
These Florida men are told to keep their backyard barbecue smoke under control
Stephen Jordan - 18 hours ago
County tells Florida man to control barbecue smoke in viral video.
Stephen Hawking warns of the dangers of militarized AI Stephen Hawking warns of the dangers of militarized AI
Stephen Jordan - 18 hours ago
Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk and 1000 other academics and entrepreneurs have made an urgent appeal to the world to do something about artificial intelligence (AI) being weaponized.
Study identifies source of Lake Tahoe's blue water Study identifies source of Lake Tahoe's blue water
Jerry Newberry - Jul 27, 2015
UC-Davis report reveals the source of the lake's iconic blue water.
Jay-Z and Will Smith join together for an HBO project about Emmit Till Jay-Z and Will Smith join together for an HBO project about Emmit Till
Stephen Jordan - Jul 27, 2015
Will Smith and Jay-Z will be teaming up yet again, and this time they have targeted television -- HBO -- after they co-produced last year's "Annie" remake.
'Ant-Man' holds his own against Adam Sandler's 'Pixels' at the box office 'Ant-Man' holds his own against Adam Sandler's 'Pixels' at the box office
Stephen Jordan - Jul 27, 2015
Not even Adam Sandler's 'Pixels' could topple the Marvel juggernaut known as Ant-Man.
Nike giving away 25 dollar gift card to settle FuelBand lawsuit Nike giving away 25 dollar gift card to settle FuelBand lawsuit
Eric Brown - Jul 27, 2015
Nike and Apple are giving away 25 dollar gift card to avoid a lawsuit.
Cancer drug awaiting FDA approval Cancer drug awaiting FDA approval
Eric Brown - Jul 26, 2015
A cancer drug is approved in Europe but awaits FDA approval.
Sex worker killed murderer linked to other attacks across country
Eric Brown - Jul 26, 2015
A sex worker in self-defense killed a suspected murderer linked to several disappearances of prostitutes.
Satanic monument removed after protesting in Detroit
Eric Brown - Jul 26, 2015
A satanic monument is removed after strong protesting in Detroit.
Is reclassification the reason behind the spike in autism diagnoses?
Stephen Jordan - Jul 26, 2015
The increasing autism rate is more likely due to movements of children from one category to another.
Capital controls: why Greece is not going to get better anytime soon Capital controls: why Greece is not going to get better anytime soon
Kerry Sullivan - Jul 26, 2015
Is the Greek government working to save its banks at the expense of its people?
Pro-Cruz Super Pac gets $15 million from Billionaire Brothers Pro-Cruz Super Pac gets $15 million from Billionaire Brothers
Paul Kilmartin - Jul 25, 2015
This weeks upcoming election filings has some eye-popping figures.
Smithsonian looks to Kickstarter to save Neil Armstrong's spacesuit
Justin Beach - Jul 25, 2015
The Smithsonian's museums hope to crowdfund their way to projects not covered by the federal government.
FDA just approved Odomzo; a new skin care drug
Stephen Jordan - Jul 25, 2015
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a new Novartis drug, Sonidegib, to be known as Odomzo, for public use.
Powerful pulsar causes damage to another star's gas disk Powerful pulsar causes damage to another star's gas disk
Stephen Jordan - Jul 25, 2015
The Chandra X-ray Observatory has helped NASA scientists discover a fast-moving pulsar.
Actor Patrick Stewart is all about helping Ocean Alliance study whale snot Actor Patrick Stewart is all about helping Ocean Alliance study whale snot
Stephen Jordan - Jul 25, 2015
A conservation group called Ocean Alliance has turned to Kickstarter to raise funds to implements its plan to collect biological data about whale snot.
FDA angers food, beverage industry with big changes in Nutrition Labels FDA angers food, beverage industry with big changes in Nutrition Labels
Dan Taylor - Jul 25, 2015
The FDA wants a major overhaul when it comes to how these labels present sugar, but the food industry is fighting back.