Biologist amazed after spotting ultra-rare nautilus for the first time in 30 years
Dan Taylor - Aug 26, 2015
Biologist amazed after spotting ultra-rare nautilus for the first time in 30 years
The Allonautilus could be the rarest creature on Earth, said Peter Ward, who made the discovery.
San Francisco sheriff and other agencies sued over woman allegedly killed by immigrant
Sean Krainert - 20 hours ago
After the fatal shooting of a 32-year-old woman my an immigrant, the family is suing multiple agencies that were involved in the missteps that led to the fatal inciden
Researchers closer to a more accurate diagnoses of autism
Sean Krainert - 23 hours ago
Researchers have announced that they are making a large step toward being able to detect autism in children at an earlier age
California Uber drivers granted class-action status
Sean Krainert - 23 hours ago
Uber is facing a class-action lawsuit from a handful of disgruntled drivers in California, which could set them back if a 'win' is declared
The 'Taxi of Tomorrow' is taking over the streets of New York City
Sean Krainert - Sep 01, 2015
New York City officials announced the official launch of their new yellow cab which will soon be swarming the city in fleets
Solitary confinement law change in California to benefit prisoners
Sean Krainert - Sep 01, 2015
A new policy was announced that softens the agenda for solitary confinement after pressures piled up overt the past few years
Supreme Court ruled against clerk that refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses
Sean Krainert - Aug 31, 2015
After a long battle against the federal ruling that allows same-sex marriage across the nation, country clerk Kim Davis received her ruling
Bayer's new heart failure drug passing tests with flying colors
Sean Krainert - Aug 31, 2015
Bayer is moving into a third trial phase for its new heart failure drug and is captivating the attention of cardiovascular experts
Texas teen dies from brain-eating amoeba
Sean Krainert - Aug 31, 2015
Only a few weeks after contracting a brain-eating amoeba, a junior Olympian teen dies
Kansas judge kicks white supremacist out of court during his own trial
Sean Krainert - Aug 31, 2015
The judge in a capital murder trial for F. Glenn Miller Jr. threw the man out of his own trial after repeated inappropriate outbursts
Exclusive: 'Break Point's' David Walton on kicking Jeremy Sisto's ass and who is tennis' greatest player of all time Exclusive: 'Break Point's' David Walton on kicking Jeremy Sisto's ass and who is tennis' greatest player of all time
Frederick Mintchell - Aug 28, 2015
David Walton talks about kicking Jeremy Sisto's ass, who is tennis' greatest player of all time and his new tennis movie, 'Break Point.'
Domestic dispute ends in fatal shooting at a social security office
Sean Krainert - Aug 27, 2015
Two were fatally shot and two injured by a man in front of a Social Security Administration building after a domestic dispute
Unvaccinated children causing concern for general population
Sean Krainert - Aug 27, 2015
Although U.S. vaccination exemptions are decreasing and vaccination rates are up, there are still communities that remain unvaccinated, causing concern for the general population
FDA approves a new, hopeful, cholesterol drug in a new class
Sean Krainert - Aug 27, 2015
The FDA is following up a late July-approved cholesterol drug with a second one, the first biologically-engineered drug in this class since the introduction of statin drugs
10 years after Katrina, Obama speaks in New Orleans
Sean Krainert - Aug 27, 2015
President Barack Obama strolled the streets of New Orleans talking with residents talking about the recovery and rebuilding of the communities after Katrina
US stock market surges for second consecutive day, calming fears
Sean Krainert - Aug 27, 2015
The stock market is heading upward after a 6-day long plunge which has kept investors on edge
Scott Walker and Republicans are hoping to reshape Obamacare Scott Walker and Republicans are hoping to reshape Obamacare
Stephen Jordan - Aug 27, 2015
Scott Walker, Wisconsin Governor, recently released his replacement plan for the Affordable Care Act and jump-started the presidential debate about how to wind down Obamacare.
All a mother needs is a healthy diet to keep their newborns from having heart defects All a mother needs is a healthy diet to keep their newborns from having heart defects
Stephen Jordan - Aug 27, 2015
A new study shows that moms who have healthy diets before becoming pregnant can lower the risk of having a child with a heart defect.
Back pain relief from steroid shots only temporary Back pain relief from steroid shots only temporary
Jerry Newberry - Aug 26, 2015
Sufferers with lower back pain find little relief from injections
Construction worker dies in fall at the new Minnesota Vikings stadium
Sean Krainert - Aug 26, 2015
One construction worker fell to his death and another was injured while working on the Minnesota Vikings' stadium
Gay marriage ruling upheld in Kentucky appeals court
Sean Krainert - Aug 26, 2015
The county clerk in Kentucky who has been pushing her limit on denying same-sex marriage licenses in Kentucky and has finally been handed a ruling from the federal appeals court