Relations fragile between New York police and Mayor de Blasio after shooting
Beth Balen - 11 hours ago
Relations fragile between New York police and Mayor de Blasio after shooting
Some critics are blaming Mayor Bill de Blasio for the shooting of two police officers last weekend because of his calls for police reform.
Chief doctor in Sierra Leone dies from Ebola
Mike Valles - Dec 19, 2014
The chief doctor in Sierra Leone, Victor Willoughby, has died of Ebola.
Chief doctor in Sierra Leone dies from Ebola
Mike Valles - Dec 19, 2014
The chief doctor in Sierra Leone, Victor Willoughby, has died of Ebola.
Long lost drug helps smokers quit and stay clean for cheap Long lost drug helps smokers quit and stay clean for cheap
Eric Sheffield - Dec 19, 2014
A cheaper and more effective smoking cessation aid is obscure, hard to find, and not even approved for use in the U.S.
Concussion healing with dramatic results Concussion healing with dramatic results
Gregory Baskin - Dec 19, 2014
Among other things, a 98 percent reduction in brain damage can be had from fish oil supplementation alone.
Kris and Bruce Jenner finalize divorce after 3 months Kris and Bruce Jenner finalize divorce after 3 months
Kate Ferguson - Dec 19, 2014
Longtime couple Kris and Bruce Jenner have finalized their divorce with the official judge sign off.
Ibuprofen might protect against skin cancer Ibuprofen might protect against skin cancer
Kate Ferguson - Dec 19, 2014
New research has found a link between taking ibuprofen and the reduction of the occurrence of squamous cell carcinoma skin cancer.
Bureau 121- did North Korea's elite cyber-warriors hack Sony Pictures
Manolito Martinez - Dec 19, 2014
"This silent war -- the cyber-war -- has already begun without a single bullet fired."
Amazon launches Prime Now in NYC
Agustin Guerrero - Dec 18, 2014
Amazon launches Prime Now, a service for getting your packages within an hour.
Amazon launches Prime Now in NYC
Agustin Guerrero - Dec 18, 2014
Amazon launches Prime Now, a service for getting your packages within an hour.
New study increases the likelihood of discovering habitable exoplanets
Agustin Guerrero - Dec 18, 2014
A new study found that more exoplanets may be habitable than originally thought.
Companies could benefit due to restored United States-Cuba relations
Justin Zipprich - Dec 18, 2014
Cuba is home to many beautiful land developments housing gorgeous hotels and also is a producer of some of the most beautiful cars around.
New US-Cuba diplomatic relations established New US-Cuba diplomatic relations established
Mike Valles - Dec 18, 2014
The U.S.-Cuba relationship history has officially been changed with an agreement made on Wednesday.
J.K. Rowling leaves 'orphanages to fairytales'
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 18, 2014
J.K. Rowling is using her "magic" to reduce the number of children in orphanages around the world.
Madonna claims new album leaks are 'a form of terrorism'
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 18, 2014
Madonna claims her new album leak is "artistic rape" on Instagram.
Study finds 53 medications that may become Ebola drugs Study finds 53 medications that may become Ebola drugs
Mike Valles - Dec 18, 2014
A new study using high-speed technology hasfound 53 drugs already in use that may help combat Ebola.
Bears likely to part ways with Marc Trestman Bears likely to part ways with Marc Trestman
Patrick Deegan - Dec 18, 2014
It appears that Bears ownership has decided the team needs a new coach to guide them.
Britney Spears lands controversial cover of 'Women's Health' Britney Spears lands controversial cover of 'Women's Health'
Kate Ferguson - Dec 18, 2014
Britney Spears assures doubters that her cover of 'Women's Health' is not just another photoshop fail.
Chicago Bears to bench Jay Cutler, amidst disappointing season
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 17, 2014
Jimmy Clausen will start for the Bears against the Detroit Lions Sunday, Dec. 21.
KCEN meteorologist shot outside Waco area TV station KCEN meteorologist shot outside Waco area TV station
Manolito Martinez - Dec 17, 2014
gunman fired multiple shots at victim before fleeing
Arctic keeps warming at rapid rate
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 17, 2014
Air temperatures in the Arctic are continuing to rise and melting significant amounts of sea ice.
Sony pulls film North Korea thriller 'The Interview' post hacking Sony pulls film North Korea thriller 'The Interview' post hacking
Kate Ferguson - Dec 17, 2014
Sony has pulled the theatrical release of comedy film 'The Interview' after a hacking that resulted in threats to U.S. movie goers.
Hanukkah, the ancient holiday celebration Hanukkah, the ancient holiday celebration
Chad Wicklund - Dec 17, 2014
Some may think the Hanukkah celebration has become mainstream and under appreciated, yet the ancient rituals are still practiced every year.
ISIS militants launching bombs packed with hundreds of poisonous scorpions in Iraq
Agustin Guerrero - Dec 17, 2014
Islamic State militants are launching bombs filled with scorpions in northern Iraq.
ISIS militants launching bombs packed with hundreds of poisonous scorpions in Iraq
Agustin Guerrero - Dec 17, 2014
Islamic State militants are launching bombs filled with scorpions in northern Iraq.
Interstate 694 police shooting leaves murder suspect dead Interstate 694 police shooting leaves murder suspect dead
Manolito Martinez - Dec 17, 2014
Police kill shooting suspect after he brandishes weapon at the end of high speed persuit
NASA enlists public's help to name craters on Mercury
Brian Sprowl - Dec 17, 2014
NASA will name five craters on Mercury after famous dead artists.
Pennsylvania high school student struck and killed by vehicle
Agustin Guerrero - Dec 17, 2014
A 16-year-old Bensalem High School student was struck and killed this morning by a vehicle this morning .
Actor Stephen Collins officially confesses to sexual abuse to underage girls
Justin Zipprich - Dec 17, 2014
The original confession was taped during a confidential therapy session with his wife, Faye Grant, two years ago.
Sony tries to claw back stolen data leaked after advanced cyber-attack Sony tries to claw back stolen data leaked after advanced cyber-attack
Eric Sheffield - Dec 17, 2014
An apparently helpless Sony has watched as some of its deepest and most damning secrets, stolen in a sophisticated hack, have been released by eager media outlets.
Medvedev tries to halt collapse of Russian economy Medvedev tries to halt collapse of Russian economy
Mike Valles - Dec 17, 2014
As the Russian economy continues to struggle for survival, Russian Prime Minister Medvedev met with top officials of the government and the central bank in a desperate effort to rescue the ruble.
Oral sunscreen at least as effective as lotions Oral sunscreen at least as effective as lotions
Gregory Baskin - Dec 17, 2014
Dietary supplements are arguably more effective than topical products.
Instagram adding new filters and dropping fake followers
Kate Ferguson - Dec 17, 2014
Instagram has added new filters to the app's current choices, and is also continuing to delete as many spam accounts as possible.
Bill Cosby: No charges filed by Los Angeles DA Bill Cosby: No charges filed by Los Angeles DA
Manolito Martinez - Dec 16, 2014
DA states statute of limitations in the 40 year old allegation was only three years
Jeb Bush leaks 2016 plans to 'actively explore' run for president
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 16, 2014
Jeb Bush took another step--via social media--toward his decision on seeking the Republican Party's presidential nomination.
Nicki Minaj drops latest album 'The Pinkprint' Nicki Minaj drops latest album 'The Pinkprint'
Kate Ferguson - Dec 16, 2014
Nicki Minaj drops latest album The Pinkprint, which demonstrates her talents across a variety of styles, as well as showing off a personal side to the rapper.
Green Day, Joan Jett enter Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Green Day, Joan Jett enter Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Justin Zipprich - Dec 16, 2014
In 1994, Green Day's hit album, Dookie, gained mass radio play and managed to sell over ten million copies in the United States alone.
Google's top search terms of 2014, Robin William No.1 Google's top search terms of 2014, Robin William No.1
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 16, 2014
Robin Wiliams, Ebola and the World Cup were top searches of 2014 on Google.
Denmark claims North Pole Denmark claims North Pole
Gregory Baskin - Dec 16, 2014
Denmark challenges Canadian and Russian claims to the North Pole while rich energy deposits await their claim.
Manziel defeated, humbled in starting debut for Browns Manziel defeated, humbled in starting debut for Browns
Patrick Deegan - Dec 16, 2014
Manziel's debut with Cleveland Browns not impressive.
Philbin possibly on his way out  as Dolphins coach Philbin possibly on his way out as Dolphins coach
Patrick Deegan - Dec 16, 2014
For the second consecutive year, the Miami Dolphins are sputtering toward the finish line.