Why are scientists slamming this breast cancer test?
Dan Taylor - May 28, 2015
Why are scientists slamming this breast cancer test?
These cancer gene panel tests may be doing more harm than good by providing useless results to patients, an international group of scientists warned recently.
SpaceX surpasses big hurdle SpaceX surpasses big hurdle
Gregory Baskin - May 24, 2015
The space transport company can now compete to carry most U.S. space missions aloft.
Non-prescription Viagra 007 contains ... Viagra Non-prescription Viagra 007 contains ... Viagra
Gregory Baskin - May 24, 2015
How the proprietary prescription drug from Pfizer became an active ingredient in a Chinese dietary supplement is not known.
Shocking story of Arizona dog found hanging in a tree prompts flood of donations Shocking story of Arizona dog found hanging in a tree prompts flood of donations
Dan Taylor - May 24, 2015
Police are searching for the owners responsible for the terrible deed as Sunny recovers with a foster parents and $20,000 in donations floods in to help her recovery.
Ebola epidemic terror prompts WHO $100m emergency fund Ebola epidemic terror prompts WHO $100m emergency fund
Dan Taylor - May 24, 2015
The massive outbreak of Ebola in West Africa last year terrorized the international community and has led to the creation of an emergency fund to deal with future disasters like this.
Teen who attended prom with Jaguars star Sen'Derrick Marks dies from liver cancer Teen who attended prom with Jaguars star Sen'Derrick Marks dies from liver cancer
Dan Taylor - May 24, 2015
It was a heartwarming story of a girl who had been through so many rounds of chemo that she just wanted one night to feel normal, but that story has come to an end.
Could e-cigarettes be MORE harmful than tobacco? Could e-cigarettes be MORE harmful than tobacco?
Dan Taylor - May 24, 2015
A new study takes a deeper look at just how vaping is perceived, and the results may surprise you.
If you're depressed, you could die of heart failure suddenly If you're depressed, you could die of heart failure suddenly
Dan Taylor - May 24, 2015
An alarming new study finds that those who suffer from depression are more likely to have a fatal heart event within the next 12 months.
Is 'Mission: Impossible 6' already headed into pre-production?
Stephen Jordan - May 24, 2015
Paramount is already moving forward on Mission: Impossible 6
Blackhawks emerge victorious in Game 4 of Western final
Stephen Jordan - May 24, 2015
Antoine Vermette scored at 5 minutes 37 seconds of the second overtime, and the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Anaheim Ducks, 5-4
Hubble observes one-of-a-kind star that could shed light on stellar evolution
Justin Beach - May 23, 2015
A massive Wolf-Raynet star could provide evidence for stellar cannibalism in binary systems.
Thousands of new species described in first detailed study of Earth's vital plankton
Justin Beach - May 23, 2015
Earth is mostly water and the vast majority of life in the ocean is plankton but little has been known about the microscopic organisms, until now.
Hollywood reacts to Ireland legalizing gay marriage
Stephen Jordan - May 23, 2015
Sam Smith, Miley Cyrus and Sarah Silverman are among A-listers celebrating Ireland's vote for legalized gay marriage.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon commuted the life sentence of Jeff Mizanskey; who is serving time for marijuana related offenses Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon commuted the life sentence of Jeff Mizanskey; who is serving time for marijuana related offenses
Stephen Jordan - May 23, 2015
On Friday, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon decided to exercise some mercy, freeing a man from prison in the midst of a life sentence.
49 million gallons of water spilled into San Francisco Bay on Thursday
Stephen Jordan - May 23, 2015
Vandals destroy dam, release 49 million gallons of water into Bay.
Cast and crew dish on Marvel's 'Ant-Man' Cast and crew dish on Marvel's 'Ant-Man'
Stephen Jordan - May 23, 2015
More details are given on the changes Marvel made to Edgar Wright's 'Ant-Man' screenplay, which led to his departure, while director Peyton Reed and the cast all weigh in on this new "American" version.
'Ex Machina' actress Alicia Vikander joining both 'Bourne 5' as well as 'Assassin's Creed' ? 'Ex Machina' actress Alicia Vikander joining both 'Bourne 5' as well as 'Assassin's Creed' ?
Stephen Jordan - May 23, 2015
Fresh off of her performance in 'Ex Machina' earlier this year, Swedish actress Alicia Vikander is supposedly in talks to star in two of next year's biggest action films.
Michael B. Jordan gives a lengthy response to 'Fantastic Four' casting backlash Michael B. Jordan gives a lengthy response to 'Fantastic Four' casting backlash
Stephen Jordan - May 23, 2015
A small contingent of fans were not best pleased when Michael B. Jordan was cast as the blond-haired, blue-eyed Johnny Storm in Fox's Fantastic Four reboot. Now, the actor gives a full response.
Was there more than one killer in the brutal Washington D.C. mansion murder? Was there more than one killer in the brutal Washington D.C. mansion murder?
Dan Taylor - May 23, 2015
Police now believe there is no way 47-year-old Daron Dylon Wint could have acted alone in the torture and murder of a wealthy DC family and their housekeeper.
California to ban microbeads in skin care products -- is your state next? California to ban microbeads in skin care products -- is your state next?
Dan Taylor - May 23, 2015
Tons of plastic microbeads fill the pipes each year, and the environmental outcry is prompting action across the United States.
Must see: Biggest gator EVER unveiled in Alabama -- 15 feet 9 inches and 1,011.5 pounds Must see: Biggest gator EVER unveiled in Alabama -- 15 feet 9 inches and 1,011.5 pounds
Dan Taylor - May 23, 2015
The Stokes family stumbled upon the giant while on a hunting expedition near the Alabama River last year.
Microsoft, Salesforce talks shockingly collapse Microsoft, Salesforce talks shockingly collapse
Dan Taylor - May 23, 2015
Microsoft had been willing to shell out a whopping $55 billion for the sales software company, but talks fell apart when that wasn't good enough for Salesforce.
Google I/O is here ... and there are some huge topics about to be discussed Google I/O is here ... and there are some huge topics about to be discussed
Dan Taylor - May 23, 2015
Google I/O is the annual meeting between Google and developers, and the hot topics at this year's conference include virtual reality and Google Glass.
In stunning move, Boy Scouts' president calls for historic end to ban on gays In stunning move, Boy Scouts' president calls for historic end to ban on gays
Dan Taylor - May 23, 2015
Gates said he was worried that if the Boy Scouts didn't act now, the courts would act for them.
Researchers in Denmark use advanced forensics to tell the story of a Bronze Age girl.
Justin Beach - May 22, 2015
Analysis could lead to rapid advances in understanding of history if the approach becomes widespread.
Al Shabaab attack thwarted by Kenyan government Al Shabaab attack thwarted by Kenyan government
Kerry Sullivan - May 22, 2015
Thanks to a fast response by both the public and the police force, al Shabaab was prevented from carrying out another attack.
Bin Laden's personal effects: understanding a mastermind Bin Laden's personal effects: understanding a mastermind
Kerry Sullivan - May 22, 2015
Some of the material taken from Osama bin Laden's hideout has been made available to the public.
Ireland embraces same sex marriage, by voting on it that is
Stephen Jordan - May 22, 2015
Ireland set to approve gay marriage in public vote.
Michael Brown to have a permanent memorial site in Ferguson, Mo. Michael Brown to have a permanent memorial site in Ferguson, Mo.
Stephen Jordan - May 21, 2015
Michael Brown will be receiving an honorary memorial, approved by his father Michael Brown Sr., near the location where Brown died.
Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood' sets new Vevo world record
Meredith Rodefer - May 21, 2015
Taylor Swift's new music video 'Bad Blood' broke the Vevo record and received 20.1 million views in 24 hours.
A grand jury confirmed the indictments of cops involved in Freddie Gray's death
Stephen Jordan - May 21, 2015
The Baltimore police officers arrested in the death of Freddie Gray have been indicted.
Sen. Tim Scott goes to Congress and helps provide body camera for police officers Sen. Tim Scott goes to Congress and helps provide body camera for police officers
Stephen Jordan - May 21, 2015
South Carolina Republican Tim Scott is leading the charge on a campaign to provide congressional funding for police body cameras in the wake of Walter Scott's shooting death.
A pregnant Chicago mother claims an officer of punched her stomach
Stephen Jordan - May 21, 2015
Nicola Robinson, who is eight months pregnant, claims that a Chicago police officer punched her in the stomach after she and a few friends laughed at him.
Memorial Day weekend: Number of travelers up, gas prices down
Meredith Rodefer - May 21, 2015
Gas prices are 95 cents per gallon lower this Memorial Day weekend than last year and more than 37 million people are expected to travel.
Largest automotive recall in American history underway, and on air bags no less
Kaela Amaral - May 21, 2015
Millions of airbags are defective.
More suspects charged in Holly Bobo murder case
Kaela Amaral - May 21, 2015
Three suspects now charged in the 2011 murder of Holly Bobo.
Coffee good for erectile dysfunction Coffee good for erectile dysfunction
Gregory Baskin - May 21, 2015
Study records a whopping 42 percent reduction in ED with caffeine consumption
Barbra Streisand to publish memoir
Gregory Baskin - May 21, 2015
The 1970's Star of the Decade will finally set the record straight on her life and career.
Skrillex, Google release wacky smartphone case that beams images from space Skrillex, Google release wacky smartphone case that beams images from space
Dan Taylor - May 21, 2015
It's more than just a shell -- it connects to your phone and sends you wallpapers from Skrillex's personal satellite.
Ex-teacher pleads guilty to having sex with student Ex-teacher pleads guilty to having sex with student
Dan Taylor - May 21, 2015
Kathryn Ronk had previously been convicted of the crime, and now faces additional charges and will be sentenced July 1.
Obama warns that climate change threatens national security Obama warns that climate change threatens national security
Kerry Sullivan - May 21, 2015
The President explains that new Coast Guard graduates will have to factor in the effects of global warming to their plans and operations.