Ben Carson, neurosurgeon, will run for president
Stephen Jordan - 12 hours ago
Ben Carson, neurosurgeon, will run for president
Ben Carson is a renowned pediatric neurosurgeon and possible Republican contender for the White House in 2016.
Number of sexual assaults within military has dropped 27 percent since 2013 Number of sexual assaults within military has dropped 27 percent since 2013
Steven DiCarlo - May 01, 2015
Pentagon-sponsored study reveals that the number of sexual assaults in the military is decreasing, though some politicians remain skeptic.
Researchers re-discover ultra rare bird by recognizing its unique whistle
David Keup - May 01, 2015
The Sichuan bush warbler has been rediscovered in China, a bird species largely unknown to biologists.
Legendary singer Ben E. King dies at 76
Courtney Slusser - May 01, 2015
The soul legend leaves behind a legacy.
B.B. King currently in hospice
Stephen Jordan - May 01, 2015
The blues legend's website says he is in hospice care at his home in Las Vegas.
A new Prince song in Freddie Gray's memory
Stephen Jordan - May 01, 2015
Prince records ode to Baltimore after Freddie Gray protests
Tiny hairs on a bats wings could lead to improved aircraft
Justin Beach - May 01, 2015
The maneuverability of a bat in the air surpasses anything else that flies, now scientists think that they know why.
Baltimore police will face criminal charges, thanks to prosecutor Marilyn Mosby Baltimore police will face criminal charges, thanks to prosecutor Marilyn Mosby
Stephen Jordan - May 01, 2015
Baltimore's top prosecutor says she plans to file criminal charges against six officers in the case of Freddie Gray who died in police custody.
Chicago chosen as the site of Obama Presidential Library Chicago chosen as the site of Obama Presidential Library
Kerry Sullivan - May 01, 2015
After much deliberation, Chicago is chosen over New York or Hawaii
Microsoft unveils website that estimates your age by analyzing photos Microsoft unveils website that estimates your age by analyzing photos
Madison Smith - May 01, 2015
The new website advertises the power of Microsoft's Azure machine-learning system to make inferences and predictions.
Review: Review: "Avengers: Age of Ultron"
Stephen Jordan - May 01, 2015
Director Joss Whedon promised fans a better, worthy sequel to 2012's The Avengers, and the critically praised filmmaker more than delivers on that promise with Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Atlanta black woman killed in a bizarre shoot out with police Atlanta black woman killed in a bizarre shoot out with police
Kerry Sullivan - May 01, 2015
A woman in police custody fires from the back of a squad car.
Climate change will drive one-sixth of all species to extinction, study suggests Climate change will drive one-sixth of all species to extinction, study suggests
David Keup - May 01, 2015
The report insists that governments must take action to cut rising greenhouse gas emissions.
Man gets 20 years for hate crime
Kaela Amaral - May 01, 2015
The youngest defender in the James Craig Anderson hate crime case got the second-toughest sentence of 20 years.
Apple to release new iPad tailored specifically to Japanese senior citizens Apple to release new iPad tailored specifically to Japanese senior citizens
Madison Smith - May 01, 2015
The companies hope to bring the simplified device to other countries soon.
Elite American psychologists aided CIA in its torture tactics
Kaela Amaral - May 01, 2015
American psychologists participated in the CIA's torture program.
Sea World fined $25,770 for 'fundamental misunderstanding' of whale care Sea World fined $25,770 for 'fundamental misunderstanding' of whale care
Susan Douglin - May 01, 2015
Cal/OSHA cited Sea World in San Diego, CA for safety violations following an inspection.
Can 'Avengers' nab the opening weekend holy grail of $760 million? Can 'Avengers' nab the opening weekend holy grail of $760 million?
Jose Herrera - May 01, 2015
"Avengers: Age of Ultron" will be released on May 1, and it is expected to outdo box office records set by "Avatar" and "Titanic."
Chilean volcano blackens sky with massive explosion of pure ash
Gene Johnson - May 01, 2015
The coming rain on Friday could lead to volcanic mud flows, known as lahars, which are capable of leveling anything in their path once in motion.
New smartphone app is designed to document police brutality New smartphone app is designed to document police brutality
Jax Licurse - Apr 30, 2015
New cell phone app from ACLU can help with securing video evidence of police brutality.
Apple teams up with IBM, Japan Post to launch iPad for elderly in Japan
Meredith Rodefer - Apr 30, 2015
Japan Post Group alongside Apple and IBM is planning to deliver 4 to 5 million iPads to the elderly in Japan over by 2020 in an effort to improve quality of life.
SpaceX astronaut worries Russia is far too unreliable as a space ally SpaceX astronaut worries Russia is far too unreliable as a space ally
Susan Douglin - Apr 30, 2015
Former shuttle astronaut Chris Ferguson speaks on the return of human spaceflight to Space Coast.
'Fifty Shades Darker' teaser has arrived
Meredith Rodefer - Apr 30, 2015
A new 'Fifty Shades Darker' teaser was released, and it is said to be "more of a thriller" than the last film.
NASA hints at developing engine that could travel faster than the speed of light NASA hints at developing engine that could travel faster than the speed of light
David Keup - Apr 30, 2015
NASA has been quietly testing an EMDrive that can generate solar energy from the sun to power microwaves - meaning no propellant fuel needed.
NASA spots stars in 'zombie-like' feeding frenzy at the center of our galaxy NASA spots stars in 'zombie-like' feeding frenzy at the center of our galaxy
Steven DiCarlo - Apr 30, 2015
X-ray images taken by NASA telescope may be the "screams" of dead, "zombie-like" stars at the center of our galaxy.
Bombardier beetle's toxic squirt attack oddly inspires new engine technology
Steven DiCarlo - Apr 30, 2015
Researchers use x-ray imaging to better understand the toxic spray bombardier beetles use to ward off threats.
NASA probe detects 'polar cap' on distant Pluto
Justin Beach - Apr 30, 2015
As New Horizons moves ever closer to Pluto it continues to send back the "best pictures ever" of the Dwarf Planet every few weeks.
New proposal would raise minimum wage one dollar every year until 2020 New proposal would raise minimum wage one dollar every year until 2020
Jax Licurse - Apr 30, 2015
The new bill is intended to grow the economy from the "middle out, not the top down."
Telescope replacing Hubble hopes to discover the first galaxies ever formed Telescope replacing Hubble hopes to discover the first galaxies ever formed
Gene Johnson - Apr 30, 2015
Additional goals of the James Webb Space Telescope include observing the birth of stars and planets, as well as searching for extra solar planets.
Officer who arrested James Holmes provides chilling testimony at trial Officer who arrested James Holmes provides chilling testimony at trial
Ella Vincent - Apr 30, 2015
An officer recalls finding and arresting theatre shooter James Holmes in his murder trial.
Sofia Vergara's ex Nick Loeb takes action in frozen embryo case Sofia Vergara's ex Nick Loeb takes action in frozen embryo case
Courtney Slusser - Apr 30, 2015
The tricky legal battle is about to ensue.
Whoops: Apple Watch may not work for black people Whoops: Apple Watch may not work for black people
Dan Taylor - Apr 30, 2015
In addition to black people, those with tattoos on their arms or wrists may also cause the Apple Watch to malfunction -- and there may be no easy fix.
Take that, anti-vaxxers: MMR vaccine eliminates Rubella from the Americas Take that, anti-vaxxers: MMR vaccine eliminates Rubella from the Americas
Dan Taylor - Apr 30, 2015
After defeating polio and smallpox, the MMR vaccine has scored another victory: the elimination of rubella, or German measles, in the Americas.
Support is growing for Baltimore protests Support is growing for Baltimore protests
Dan Taylor - Apr 30, 2015
The death of Freddie Gray from a spinal cord injury while in policy custody has resonated around the country, with protests springing up everywhere.
Think salt is causing your blood pressure to spike? You may be surprised by this new study -- it's low potassium (maybe) Think salt is causing your blood pressure to spike? You may be surprised by this new study -- it's low potassium (maybe)
Dan Taylor - Apr 30, 2015
Scientists delved into the blood pressure histories of adolescents to determine what causes high blood pressure -- and they were stunned at the results.
Uh-oh: Kevin Love is done for the playoffs; what will Lebron and the Cleveland Cavaliers do? Uh-oh: Kevin Love is done for the playoffs; what will Lebron and the Cleveland Cavaliers do?
Dan Taylor - Apr 30, 2015
Love dislocated his shoulder in what he claims was a dirty play by the Boston Celtics' Kelly Olynyk during a scramble for the ball.
Watch: Tattoos mess with the Apple Watch's key functions Watch: Tattoos mess with the Apple Watch's key functions
Michael Green - Apr 30, 2015
Tattoos cause the watch to deliver inaccurate heart rate results, along with other problems.
Shark Attack: Woman killed off coast of Maui, authorities shut down beach Shark Attack: Woman killed off coast of Maui, authorities shut down beach
Dan Taylor - Apr 30, 2015
No one saw the attack, but snorkelers pulled the 65-year-old woman out of the water with shark-like injuries to her torso.
Will GOP anger millions of voters by killing Obamacare? Supreme Court ruling nears Will GOP anger millions of voters by killing Obamacare? Supreme Court ruling nears
Dan Taylor - Apr 30, 2015
Republicans say they're eager to repeal the law, but they're scratching their heads on what to replace it with to keep millions of voters from exploding in anger at them before the 2016 elections.
Cruz blames Obama for worsening racial tensions but offers no solutions Cruz blames Obama for worsening racial tensions but offers no solutions
Kerry Sullivan - Apr 30, 2015
Cruz bashes Obama, offers no solutions of his own
Try harder: Rand Paul drops the ball on Baltimore Try harder: Rand Paul drops the ball on Baltimore
Kerry Sullivan - Apr 30, 2015
Presidential candidate Rand Paul does not make effective use of opportunity to address the nation.