Study: Saber-toothed tiger was a 'lion on steroids,' had quickly growing teeth
Dan Taylor - Jul 02, 2015
Study: Saber-toothed tiger was a 'lion on steroids,' had quickly growing teeth
Scientists were surprised to find that these giant fangs didn't set in until 3 years of age.
Oklahoma will execute 3 men after the Supreme Court upholds lethal drug Oklahoma will execute 3 men after the Supreme Court upholds lethal drug
Kerry Sullivan - Jun 30, 2015
Despite a botched execution last year, Oklahoma will resume its lethal injections.
California to pass mandatory vaccine bill
Sean Krainert - Jun 30, 2015
California Governor Jerry Brown has 12 days to sign the bill in front of him requiring all school-aged children to receive vaccinnations
California to pass mandatory vaccine bill
Sean Krainert - Jun 30, 2015
California Governor Jerry Brown has 12 days to sign the bill in front of him requiring all school-aged children to receive vaccinnations
Drinking too much water could have negative risks
Sean Krainert - Jun 30, 2015
New information encourages those who exercise to drink less water as excess amounts can be harmful
Walmart denies Confederate flag cake, accepts ISIS cake request
Sean Krainert - Jun 30, 2015
Walmart apologizes for making an ISIS cake for a customer who was rejected for his Confederate flag cake
Rap artist Killer Mike supports Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders
Stephen Jordan - Jun 29, 2015
Killer Mike of rap duo Run the Jewels tweeted his support for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
Rats 'dream' to prepare for future success according to new research
Justin Beach - Jun 29, 2015
The new findings could hep scientists understand brain damage in humans.
U.S. Supreme court rules against air pollution rule
Jeremy Duncan - Jun 29, 2015
Court observers and attorneys depart after decisions were handed down on the last day of the term at the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington
Breakthrough: Scientists have found a way to spot Alzheimer's 18 years before it happens Breakthrough: Scientists have found a way to spot Alzheimer's 18 years before it happens
Dan Taylor - Jun 29, 2015
A new study has found that spotting this debilitating disease could happen sooner than we thought.
People's Bank of China cuts lending rates
Jeremy Duncan - Jun 29, 2015
The benchmark loan prime rate fell 25 basis points to 4.8 percent
Janet Jackson receives Ultimate Icon Award at the 2015 BET Awards Janet Jackson receives Ultimate Icon Award at the 2015 BET Awards
Ann Savage - Jun 29, 2015
Jackson, 49, released her first single in seven years last week.
A A "Top Gun" sequel with Tom Cruise returning to star?
Stephen Jordan - Jun 28, 2015
'Top Gun 2? has been confirmed 30 years after the original film came out in 1986. But will Tom Cruise return, too?
NBA: Pierce opts out of contract, becomes free agent
Brittany Cerny - Jun 28, 2015
Pierce opts out of $5.5 million contract with Washington Wizards, becomes free agent.
June 30 calls for leap second adjustment
Brittany Cerny - Jun 28, 2015
Stock markets and Internet users brace themselves for the June 30 "leap second" addition.
More signs of China economic weakness as central bank tries more stimulus More signs of China economic weakness as central bank tries more stimulus
MONITOR_admin_pk - Jun 28, 2015
Stocks rocked in past week as China bids to calm markets with easier money
FCC scrambles to shut loophole after Dish Network partners grab $3.3 billion in small-business discounts FCC scrambles to shut loophole after Dish Network partners grab $3.3 billion in small-business discounts
Dan Taylor - Jun 28, 2015
These companies definitely aren't short of cash, bidding $13.3 billion in an auction last January, but they still got the government to give back billions in small business discounts.
San Francisco water use restricted as massive California drought gets worse San Francisco water use restricted as massive California drought gets worse
Dan Taylor - Jun 28, 2015
Regulators have barred more people from drawing from rivers and streams as the historic California drought gets worse and worse.
Cops using new 'camera ball' to spot danger Cops using new 'camera ball' to spot danger
Dan Taylor - Jun 28, 2015
Police will be able to throw this ball into dangerous areas to help them scope it out before entering.
University: We won't take back 'sexist' Nobel winner Sir Tim Hunt University: We won't take back 'sexist' Nobel winner Sir Tim Hunt
Dan Taylor - Jun 28, 2015
Sir Tim Hunt resigned from University College London, and the president said he was right to do so.
Womans find massive 8.52-carat diamond in Arkansas Womans find massive 8.52-carat diamond in Arkansas
Dan Taylor - Jun 28, 2015
The Colorado woman was poking around in the Crater of Diamonds State Park when she stumbled upon a stunning find.
CDC warns a dangerous parasite is lurking in pools this summer CDC warns a dangerous parasite is lurking in pools this summer
Dan Taylor - Jun 28, 2015
A total of 95 people have been hospitalized and one has died in 90 outbreaks between 2011 and 2012, and it could be back this summer.
Officials furious after finding oil from Santa Barbara spill 100 miles away in California Officials furious after finding oil from Santa Barbara spill 100 miles away in California
Dan Taylor - Jun 27, 2015
The Feds are investigating an oil spill of up to 101,000 gallons of crude oil that has reached Los Angeles County beaches.
NASA is closing in on Pluto: Here are some bizarre mysteries that could be solved... NASA is closing in on Pluto: Here are some bizarre mysteries that could be solved...
Dan Taylor - Jun 27, 2015
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft will reach Pluto in just three weeks, and scientists are waiting with bated breath over what it will find.
Bill Cosby's lawyer lashes out, blasts leak of documents as 'embarrassing' Bill Cosby's lawyer lashes out, blasts leak of documents as 'embarrassing'
Dan Taylor - Jun 27, 2015
Cosby's lawyer slammed the proposed unsealing of court documents on a 2005 sexual assault case against the embattled comedian.
Breakthrough: Scientists cure Vitiligo in patient using Arthritis drug Breakthrough: Scientists cure Vitiligo in patient using Arthritis drug
Dan Taylor - Jun 27, 2015
In an amazing new discovery that could revolutionize medicine, scientists were able to cure skin discoloration from vitiligo using a drug meant for arthritis.
Consumers are baffled by e-cigarettes Consumers are baffled by e-cigarettes
Dan Taylor - Jun 27, 2015
It's been vilified by some as a temptation to keep smoking and hailed as the potential solution for smokers by others -- but what's the truth?
Gay couples are about to get a huge Social Security bonus Gay couples are about to get a huge Social Security bonus
Dan Taylor - Jun 27, 2015
The historic Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage on Friday could result in massive financial benefits for couples.
NASA astronauts to blast into space with Microsoft 'HoloLens' virtual reality NASA astronauts to blast into space with Microsoft 'HoloLens' virtual reality
Dan Taylor - Jun 27, 2015
Project Sidekick will use HoloLens to help astronauts better operating aboard the International Space Station, and it could be used in a future Mars mission.
A mystery emerges: Where should astronauts land on Mars? A mystery emerges: Where should astronauts land on Mars?
Dan Taylor - Jun 27, 2015
It's time to start thinking about where to land on Mars once NASA is ready to send astronauts -- but where?
New Apple iPhone app launches largest LGBT health study ever New Apple iPhone app launches largest LGBT health study ever
Dan Taylor - Jun 27, 2015
Researchers at the University of California are launching an incredibly ambitious effort to study gay, bisexual, and transgender men and women using the iPhone.
Venus and Jupiter are on a 'collision' course Venus and Jupiter are on a 'collision' course
Dan Taylor - Jun 27, 2015
Get ready, star-gazers: over the next few days, two of the brightest planets from our perspective -- Jupiter and Venus -- will be right on top of each other.
FIFA scandal to be a feature film, produced by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon FIFA scandal to be a feature film, produced by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon
Stephen Jordan - Jun 27, 2015
Actor-director Ben Affleck and buddy Matt Damon are set to help produce a feature film about the corruption scandal that has rocked world football and its governing body FIFA.
UCSF is aided by an iPhone app to conduct largest LGBT health study
Sean Krainert - Jun 26, 2015
The first targeted health research study to address the unique health issues of the LGBT community is getting help from an iPhone app
Latest Facebook diversity report shows little change
Meredith Rodefer - Jun 25, 2015
Although Facebook is working to create a more diverse workforce, white males still dominate the company's large staff.
Scientists discover white, hairy Yeti crab in Antarctica
Meredith Rodefer - Jun 25, 2015
A group of researchers published a paper Wednesday describing a new, hairy Yeti crab with the nickname "Hoff crab."
Clint Dempsey's two year ban from the US Open Cup
Stephen Jordan - Jun 25, 2015
During an outburst in the middle of a game, soccer player Clint Dempsey was slapped with a minimum two-year suspension from the US Open Cup.
Sarah Palin's daughter Bristol is pregnant with second child Sarah Palin's daughter Bristol is pregnant with second child
Stephen Jordan - Jun 25, 2015
Bristol Palin confirms that she is pregnant with her 2nd child, although she admits: I Know This Will Be ''a Huge Disappointment''
NASA: Help wanted for Red Planet exploration
Brittany Cerny - Jun 25, 2015
NASA leaves path to Mars in public's hands with open conference invitation.
Ex-inmate joins Houston crime lab board Ex-inmate joins Houston crime lab board
Brittany Cerny - Jun 25, 2015
Ex-inmate honored with appointment to Houston crime lab.
Dustin Diamond doing jail time for bar stabbing Dustin Diamond doing jail time for bar stabbing
Stephen Jordan - Jun 25, 2015
Former "Saved by the Bell" star Dustin Diamond was not saved by a Wisconsin judge who sentenced Diamond to 4 months in jail for a bar stabbing incident.