Jason Spencer - Feb 20, 2017
Amanda Nunes apologizes to Ronda Rousey
Amanda Nunes apologized to Ronda Rousey for her behavior following their match.
Aaron Sims - Feb 20, 2017
Is this ancient, bag-like sea creature our earliest ancestor?
Chinese researchers have found microfossils that could be the human races' earliest ancestors.
Jason Spencer - Feb 20, 2017
This brain-implanted hardware could be the next step in restoring lost sight
After this success, the company is now planning to work on a device for patients who have a damaged optic nerve and will be called Orion.
Adam Widmer - Feb 20, 2017
Russia says technical checks may delay some space rocket launches
In December an unmanned cargo ship carrying supplies for the International Space Station, fell apart six minutes after lift-off.
Dirk Trudeau - Feb 20, 2017
Fed Chair refutes Trump criticism of bank regulations
Janet Yellen disagreed with President Trump on the security of U.S. banks.
Dirk Trudeau - Feb 20, 2017
Soccer ball recovered from the ill-fated Challenger Flown in Space
A soccer ball that was on the ill-fated Challenger Space Shuttle has finally made it to space 30 years later.
Cliff Mooneyham - Feb 20, 2017
Google, Facebook, Apple, Netflix, and Uber join a slew of companies to take legal action against Trump
An amicus brief by almost 126 companies was filed on Sunday in the ninth circuit court of appeals and emphasizes the role of immigrants and refugees in the society and to the economy.
Jeremy Morrow - Feb 20, 2017
Pats player says he will not visit Trump White House
New England Patriots owner, Robert Kraft, and team quarterback, Tom Brady have been connected to the Trump presidential campaign.
Kids Are Closer To Pets Than Their Siblings
Jeremy Morrow Jan 31, 2017
Kids Are Closer To Pets Than Their Siblings
The researchers sampled 12-year-olds from 77 families that had at least a pet and a child per family.
Is this ancient, bag-like sea creature our earliest ancestor?
Aaron Sims Jan 31, 2017
Is this ancient, bag-like sea creature our earliest ancestor?
Chinese researchers have found microfossils that could be the human races' earliest ancestors.
This brain-implanted hardware could be the next step in restoring lost sight
Jason Spencer Jan 31, 2017
This brain-implanted hardware could be the next step in restoring lost sight
After this success, the company is now planning to work on a device for patients who have a damaged optic nerve and will be called Orion.
Russia says technical checks may delay some space rocket launches
Adam Widmer Jan 31, 2017
Russia says technical checks may delay some space rocket launches
In December an unmanned cargo ship carrying supplies for the International Space Station, fell apart six minutes after lift-off.
Ancient otter found to be the size of a wolf
James Carlin Jan 31, 2017
Ancient otter found to be the size of a wolf
But it is also important to consider why it evolved to such a small size.
US vows to keep South China Sea free
Alex Bourque Jan 31, 2017
US vows to keep South China Sea free
The Donald Trump administration revealed that it would prevent China from taking over the South China Sea.
Giant gravity wave spotted on Venus
Harry Marcolis Jan 31, 2017
Giant gravity wave spotted on Venus
Scientists solve a whale of a mystery: why Orcas have menopause
Ian Marsh Jan 31, 2017
Scientists solve a whale of a mystery: why Orcas have menopause
Killer Whales have a lifespan of around 90 years, but reach menopause in their 30's to 40's.
NASA wants to pay you to sit for three months and smoke marijuana
Jeremy Morrow Jan 31, 2017
NASA wants to pay you to sit for three months and smoke marijuana
This brings the age old question of if NASA can use the drug why is it illegal?
IPhone starts a new evolution
James Carlin Jan 31, 2017
IPhone starts a new evolution
This opportunistic marketing would have been great if the Note 5 did not explode.
Baboons have also had vowels
Vicky Webb Jan 31, 2017
Baboons have also had vowels
The other vowels are "aw" sound, an "ih" sound and an "uh," which make up the basis of the baboon language.
The Earth had many moonlets once
Ian Marsh Jan 31, 2017
The Earth had many moonlets once
New research by Scientists from Weizmann Institute of Science might just dispute what we think we know about how the moon came into being.
Space rock whizzes past Earth only two days after discovery
Jeremy Morrow Jan 31, 2017
Space rock whizzes past Earth only two days after discovery
Though it was not on a collision course for earth, it still passed by incredibly close.
Antarctic crack grows by 17 kilometers
Adam Widmer Jan 31, 2017
Antarctic crack grows by 17 kilometers
Mysterious clouds spotted on Saturn's moon Titan
Simon Smith Jan 31, 2017
Mysterious clouds spotted on Saturn's moon Titan
The mystery deepens further owing to the proximity of both cameras, yet the images are entirely different.
Democrats and Republicans lukewarm on Kerry speech
Cliff Mooneyham Jan 31, 2017
Democrats and Republicans lukewarm on Kerry speech
Democrats and Republicans alike ran lukewarm after the John Kerry Middle East speech on Wednesday.