Scientists make stunning discovery: a 300-million-year-old fish could see in color
Dan Taylor - 11 hours ago
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.
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.
'Instagram Rapture' causes celebrities to lose millions of purchased, fake followers
Manolito Martinez - Dec 20, 2014
celebrities caught red-handed boosting their on line popularity by buying imaginary friends.
Canada puts new sanctions on Russia Canada puts new sanctions on Russia
Mike Valles - Dec 20, 2014
Canada imposed new sanctions on Russia on Friday, hoping to apply even more pressure to the struggling ruble.
Missile fired from Gaza Strip leads to airstrikes from Israel
Mike Valles - Dec 20, 2014
Hamas launched a third missile toward Israel from the Gaza Strip, resulting in an Israeli airstrike.
Missile fired from Gaza Strip leads to airstrikes from Israel
Mike Valles - Dec 20, 2014
Hamas launched a third missile toward Israel from the Gaza Strip, resulting in an Israeli airstrike.
Pakistan starts eliminating Taliban after Peshawar school attack Pakistan starts eliminating Taliban after Peshawar school attack
Mike Valles - Dec 20, 2014
The Pakistan military has conducted airstrikes and ground offensives to begin to remove terrorists from their country after the Peshawar attack.
How NASA came to be How NASA came to be
Gregory Baskin - Dec 20, 2014
NASA was preceded for 43 active years by the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.
Watergate motivation was sexual claims author Watergate motivation was sexual claims author
Gregory Baskin - Dec 20, 2014
Far-reaching sexual blackmail operation threatened to uncover scores of public and influential men.
D'Angelo's newest album hailed as the best of 2014 D'Angelo's newest album hailed as the best of 2014
Stephen Jordan - Dec 20, 2014
D'Angelo And The Vanguard's "Black Messiah" is a revelation.
49ers will decide Harbaugh's fate at end of season 49ers will decide Harbaugh's fate at end of season
Patrick Deegan - Dec 20, 2014
It appears that Jim Harbaugh is not going to leave San Francisco just yet.
New fish species found at a depth of 5 miles in the Mariana Trench
Justin Beach - Dec 19, 2014
The new fish species, found by submersible cameras, sets a record for the world's deepest fish.
FDA approves new drug for ovarian cancer FDA approves new drug for ovarian cancer
Kate Ferguson - Dec 19, 2014
The FDA has approved a new drug for treating forms of ovarian cancer caused by a genetic mutation.
New research says cavemen did not follow a paleolithic diet New research says cavemen did not follow a paleolithic diet
Kate Ferguson - Dec 19, 2014
New research suggests that the modern take on the paleolithic is not accurate and worth the hype.
Electronic foil carried on human tissues Electronic foil carried on human tissues
Gregory Baskin - Dec 19, 2014
Virtually unbreakable and ultra-thin, electronic foil will conform to human wrinkles and give robots a sense of touch.
Removal of fake Instagram followers has hit some stars hard
Kate Ferguson - Dec 19, 2014
Instagram's recent clean up to remove fake followers has hit some stars hard.
Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden reportedly engaged
Kate Ferguson - Dec 19, 2014
Actress Cameron Diaz and rocker Benji Madden are reportedly engaged after a seven month dating period.
Caramel apples lead to four deaths from listeria Caramel apples lead to four deaths from listeria
Mike Valles - Dec 19, 2014
Five people have died as a result of getting Listeria infection from prepackaged caramel apples.
James Holmes' parents plead for him to be spared from execution
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 19, 2014
Theater shooter James Holmes is "not a monster" in his parents' eyes.
Gold medalist Michael Phelps pleads guilty, sentence suspended
Meredith Rodefer - Dec 19, 2014
Judge called Michael Phelps "powerless against alcohol" and sentenced him to 18 months of supervised probation.
Florida woman arrested for slapping her grandmother over Facebook dispute
Agustin Guerrero - Dec 19, 2014
A 27-year-old woman slapped her grandmother when she denied her Facebook friend request.
Florida woman arrested for slapping her grandmother over Facebook dispute
Agustin Guerrero - Dec 19, 2014
A 27-year-old woman slapped her grandmother when she denied her Facebook friend request.
Listeria Outbreak: CDC warns Americans to avoid caramel apples
Agustin Guerrero - Dec 19, 2014
The CDC advises Americans to avoid eating caramel apples after an outbreak of Listeria.
NASA's Kepler spacecraft discovers a new exoplanet
Justin Beach - Dec 19, 2014
More than a year after Kepler was thought to be lost forever, it has made a comeback and is doing meaningful science.
New York Amber Alert ends after 5-year-old boy found dead New York Amber Alert ends after 5-year-old boy found dead
Beth Balen - Dec 19, 2014
5-year-old Kenneth White found dead in New York. Police dispute kidnapping story.
Portland latest city to see the beleaguered Uber suspended Portland latest city to see the beleaguered Uber suspended
Eric Sheffield - Dec 19, 2014
Uber steps down for the first time, choosing not to fight in Portland in lieu of an effort to work with the city to find a middle ground.
Colorado flu cases on the rise Colorado flu cases on the rise
Mike Valles - Dec 19, 2014
The flu season has arrived and it has hit Colorado especially hard.
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.