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.
American cleaning company 'Homejoy' is done for American cleaning company 'Homejoy' is done for
Dan Taylor - Jul 18, 2015
The company had to shut down after it was sued for its use of independent contractors -- news that could spell trouble for companies that do the same like Uber and Lyft.
Seaweed that tastes like ... bacon?! Seaweed that tastes like ... bacon?!
Dan Taylor - Jul 18, 2015
Some new entrepreneurs claim they've turned a highly nutritious strain of seaweed into something completely different.
Plankton makes clouds that cool the Earth? Plankton makes clouds that cool the Earth?
Dan Taylor - Jul 18, 2015
A new study has found that these tiny sea creatures are responsible for some pretty amazing things in the environment -- things you probably haven't even thought of.
U.S. housing market blasts off, surprising analysts -- new building permits and groundbreakings are way up U.S. housing market blasts off, surprising analysts -- new building permits and groundbreakings are way up
Dan Taylor - Jul 18, 2015
Housing starts jumped a whopping 26.6%, and building permits were way up in June in a very positive sign for the economy.
Seven suspects questioned for Seven suspects questioned for "El Chapo" drug kingpin escape
Eric Brown - Jul 18, 2015
Seven suspects arrested for questionable aid to "El Chapo" Guzman's escape.
Obama visits prison to stress the need for criminal justice reform Obama visits prison to stress the need for criminal justice reform
Kerry Sullivan - Jul 18, 2015
President Obama speaks out about the awful fates of inmates after an afternoon at a maximum-security prison.
Salmonella concerns force a massive recall of chicken products
Sean Krainert - Jul 18, 2015
Multiple companies across the U.S. are being forced to recall millions of pounds of chicken products due to a large amount of confirmed salmonella cases
Salmonella concerns force a massive recall of chicken products
Sean Krainert - Jul 18, 2015
Multiple companies across the U.S. are being forced to recall millions of pounds of chicken products due to a large amount of confirmed salmonella cases
Study: Obese people can't win the weight loss game Study: Obese people can't win the weight loss game
MONITOR_admin_pk - Jul 17, 2015
Study examines futility at achieving and/or maintaining a healthy weight once one gets overweight.
CVS and Walmart Canada data compromised CVS and Walmart Canada data compromised
Eric Brown - Jul 17, 2015
CVS and Walmart Canada suffered an online breach into their photo-handling site
House passes California drought bill House passes California drought bill
Jerry Newberry - Jul 17, 2015
Republicans propose bill to aid water shortages in California.
Marijuana may help cure broken bones: study Marijuana may help cure broken bones: study
Dan Taylor - Jul 17, 2015
Israeli researchers have conducted a new study that suggests that cannabis can speed up the healing of fractures, which could lead to breakthroughs in the medical community.
Smoke from wildfires may spark heart problems
Meredith Rodefer - Jul 16, 2015
A new study examines a link between heart problems and wildfire air pollution.
Another reason why polar bears will struggle to survive in warmer arctic
Meredith Rodefer - Jul 16, 2015
Polar bears will not enter a kind of "walking hibernation" when deprived of their prey.
Audi unveils R8 Turbo with extraordinary power Audi unveils R8 Turbo with extraordinary power
Dan Taylor - Jul 16, 2015
The new R8 is going to take aim at a number of turbo-charged competitors, including McLaren, Mercedes, and Porsche.
What is community impact: Google offering free internet services to low income housing What is community impact: Google offering free internet services to low income housing
Ann Savage - Jul 16, 2015
The search company has announced its Google Fiber networks will bring free internet capability.
There's an app for that: smartphones can detect depression There's an app for that: smartphones can detect depression
Ann Savage - Jul 16, 2015
A new study finds smartphone usage can reveal symptoms of depression.
Parallel Solar System: Astronomers find Jupiter-size planet orbiting a another Sun-sized star Parallel Solar System: Astronomers find Jupiter-size planet orbiting a another Sun-sized star
MONITOR_admin_pk - Jul 16, 2015
The search for "Solar system 2.0" means finding another Jupiter. Picture is an artist impression. Provided by ESO/Jos Fransisco (http://josefrancisco.org).
New fetal test can spot invisible cancers in mothers New fetal test can spot invisible cancers in mothers
Dan Taylor - Jul 15, 2015
The stunning discovery could change the way scientists look for cancer.
Ice cream for all: Texas billionaire invests in Blue Bell Creameries Ice cream for all: Texas billionaire invests in Blue Bell Creameries
Ann Savage - Jul 15, 2015
Sid Bass has made an unspecified cash investment in the troubled ice cream company.
Pork of the seas: Meet the new seaweed that tastes like bacon Pork of the seas: Meet the new seaweed that tastes like bacon
Ann Savage - Jul 15, 2015
Scientists in Oregon have perfected a tasty strand of seaweed called dulse.
Curiosity rover finds evidence of Earth-like continental crust buried on Mars
Justin Beach - Jul 15, 2015
Samples of lighter rock hint at long lost Martian environment.
One Direction's Louis Tomlinson is going to be a father
Stephen Jordan - Jul 15, 2015
The life of Louis Tomlinson certainly seems to be headed in a new direction: He is now going to be a dad.
'Sucide Squad' star Jai Courtney will join Christopher Plummer in "The Kaiser's Last Kiss"
Stephen Jordan - Jul 15, 2015
Jai Courtney will be joining the cast of the film adaptation of the Alan Judd novel, "The Kaiser's Last Kiss".
HBO's 'GIRLS' creator Lena Dunham creating a young women-themed newsletter HBO's 'GIRLS' creator Lena Dunham creating a young women-themed newsletter
Stephen Jordan - Jul 14, 2015
Jenni Konner and Lena Dunham will launch Lenny, a newsletter for young women, "Lenny", this fall.
Spoon University raises millions to provide millennials with their very own food network Spoon University raises millions to provide millennials with their very own food network
Stephen Jordan - Jul 14, 2015
Mackenzie Barth and Sarah Adler have created Spoon University; a crowd funded food network that wants to educate millennials on what they should be consuming.
Starbucks is coming to South Africa Starbucks is coming to South Africa
Ann Savage - Jul 14, 2015
The coffee company will be opening the first sub-Saharan outlets next year.
Chromosome discovery opens new avenue for cancer research Chromosome discovery opens new avenue for cancer research
Ann Savage - Jul 14, 2015
Research has created a new understanding into just exactly how our body's cells divide.
Supermassive black hole deep in space is so big that it's amazing scientists Supermassive black hole deep in space is so big that it's amazing scientists
Dan Taylor - Jul 13, 2015
This black hole has a mass of 7 billion suns, and it's changing the way scientists think about how galaxies develop.
Don't forget the original: new IPods may be launching tomorrow Don't forget the original: new IPods may be launching tomorrow
Ann Savage - Jul 13, 2015
Apple superfans noted a code in iTunes 12.2 indicating a new line of the classic equipment coming soon.
Another body blow for tobacco: smoking may trigger schizophrenia
Ann Savage - Jul 13, 2015
Research out of the U.K. suggests smokers are more likely to develop psychotic mental illnesses.
Scientists measure geothermal heating beneath West Antarctic ice sheet
Justin Beach - Jul 12, 2015
Unexpected readings could lead to improved modelling of Antarctic ice melt and sea level rise.
Color me deadly: asbestos found in crayons Color me deadly: asbestos found in crayons
Ann Savage - Jul 12, 2015
The tainted toys were found earlier this year in Australia.
Ramadan good for the mind, not just the body
Sean Krainert - Jul 12, 2015
Ramadan is closing in on the last week as Muslims, and many others, across the globe complete a month of fasting from food, drink and bad habits
Doctors using video chats to make diagnoses causing concern
Sean Krainert - Jul 12, 2015
Video chats with doctors may soon replace the need for a doctor's office visit, causing concern from the medical field that it could also cause misdiagnoses to skyrocket
PC sales expected to slump in following quarters PC sales expected to slump in following quarters
Eric Brown - Jul 12, 2015
Personal computer sales are predicted to fall in upcoming quarters.
Study: The value of $100 has plummeted in some states -- is it yours? Here's how to get the most out of your money Study: The value of $100 has plummeted in some states -- is it yours? Here's how to get the most out of your money
Dan Taylor - Jul 12, 2015
Your $100 may not go as far as it used to if you live in these key states -- but there are steps you can take to change that.
California police search for missing baby; father Matthew Graham at large California police search for missing baby; father Matthew Graham at large
Dan Taylor - Jul 12, 2015
Authorities have come to suspect that a 6-month-old who has gone missing is in the possession of her father, who is on the run.
Kissing chickens have caused a salmonella outbreak Kissing chickens have caused a salmonella outbreak
Dan Taylor - Jul 12, 2015
An outbreak of salmonella has sickened 181 people, and authorities are blaming it on this bizarre behavior.
Authorities alarmed after new West Nile Virus cases emerge in Illinois Authorities alarmed after new West Nile Virus cases emerge in Illinois
Dan Taylor - Jul 12, 2015
Health officials are scrambling to alert the public after new cases of the potentially fatal African-born virus are reported.