Bipartisan Senate keeps Obamacare subsidies coming for now
Bipartisan Senate keeps Obamacare subsidies coming for now
Rick Docksai - 8 hours ago
A bipartisan bill in the Senate, introduced Tuesday, would maintain Obamacare subsidies to insurers for the next two years. President Trump had declared that he was ending the subsidies last week.
Brexit talks in danger of collapse Brexit talks in danger of collapse
Kristy Douglas - Oct 17, 2017
A breakdown of Brexit talks won't stop the U.K. from leaving the EU, but it will force the U.K. to accept very restrictive default trade rules that could significantly weaken its economy.
Kaepernick to sue NFL owners, charging collusion Kaepernick to sue NFL owners, charging collusion
Tyler Henderson - Oct 17, 2017
Colin Kapernick is suing the NFL over the refusal by any team to sign him on as a quarterback. He contends that they are all collectively punishing him for his national-anthem protests last year and that, if so, they are violating the NFL's own collective bargaining agreement against "collusion."
Facebook hopes Oculus Go headset will get more people interested in virtual reality Facebook hopes Oculus Go headset will get more people interested in virtual reality
Lucas Rowe - Oct 16, 2017
Facebook's new Oculus Go VR headset is another big push at making VR more popular.
Titan experiences intense rainstorms Titan experiences intense rainstorms
Laurel Kornfeld - Oct 16, 2017
Fan-shaped regions of alluvial deposits correspond exactly with areas of highest rainfall.
Future iPhones could have foldable screens Future iPhones could have foldable screens
Joseph Scalise - Oct 14, 2017
Apple plans to team up with LG in order to create foldable phone screens.
Target seeks to implement voice shopping Target seeks to implement voice shopping
David Sims - Oct 14, 2017
Target plans to use Google Express to create an easier, and much more personalized, experience for its shoppers.
OxygenOS caught collecting users data without permission OxygenOS caught collecting users data without permission
Vicky Webb - Oct 13, 2017
OnePlus devices are taking data from their users and sending it to the company's private servers.
Online dating sites increase interracial dating, says study Online dating sites increase interracial dating, says study
Joseph Scalise - Oct 11, 2017
Interracial marriages have grown much more common in the last 20 years, and online dating may have been a key contributing factor.
Ocean wind turbines could generate immense amounts of energy, study reports Ocean wind turbines could generate immense amounts of energy, study reports
Joseph Scalise - Oct 11, 2017
A new report reveals that wind turbines on the open ocean have the potential to create much more energy than the ones on land.
Ancient Martian formations could show how life started on Earth Ancient Martian formations could show how life started on Earth
Jeremy Morrow - Oct 10, 2017
A string of hydrothermal vents discovered on Mars could help researchers better understand how Earth first began to support life.
Elusive songbird may not have existed Elusive songbird may not have existed
Robert Balkovich - Oct 10, 2017
A rare bird species known as the Liberian Greenbul may actually be a subset of the more common Iceterine Greenbul.
Bill Cosby accuser has her day in court Bill Cosby accuser has her day in court
Jackie Flores - Oct 10, 2017
Cosby has been charged with three felony counts of aggravated indecent assault. If found guilty, he could face 10 years in prison and a $25,000 fine.
MTV star Danny Dias, 34, found dead MTV star Danny Dias, 34, found dead
Ian Marsh - Oct 10, 2017
Danny Dias, the star of MTV's Road Rules and Road Rules: X-Treme, was found dead by police on Saturday in his Brooklyn, New York, apartment. He was just 34 years old.
Deaf singer scores Golden Buzzer on 'America's Got Talent' Deaf singer scores Golden Buzzer on 'America's Got Talent'
Vicky Webb - Oct 10, 2017
Harvey sang with her shoes off so she could feel the tempo of her musical accompaniment through vibrations in the stage floor.
Feds indict Turkish guards for assaulting protesters Feds indict Turkish guards for assaulting protesters
Clint Huston - Oct 10, 2017
In the incident, which was caught on video, demonstrators were met with violence from Turkish security guards and counter-protesters.
Federal judge grants nationwide injunction blocking crackdown on sanctuary cities Federal judge grants nationwide injunction blocking crackdown on sanctuary cities
David Sims - Oct 10, 2017
A federal judge in Chicago has issued a nationwide injunction blocking the Trump administration's crackdown on sanctuary cities.
Truck driver charged in horrific human smuggling deaths Truck driver charged in horrific human smuggling deaths
Ian Marsh - Oct 10, 2017
Bradley told police he was driving from Iowa to Brownsville, Texas, to deliver the trailer to a new owner after his boss sold it, the complaint said.
Nine family members, including five children, killed in Arizona flash flood Nine family members, including five children, killed in Arizona flash flood
Harry Marcolis - Oct 10, 2017
A 27-year-old man is the only person still missing, officials say, and some 40 volunteers and four search dogs are still searching.
ACLU challenges detainment of US citizen accused of fighting for ISIS ACLU challenges detainment of US citizen accused of fighting for ISIS
Joseph Scalise - Oct 09, 2017
The ACLU filed a brief in federal court on behalf of a U.S. citizen accused of fighting for ISIS. The brief requests that the unnamed individual, who was captured in Syria and is being detained in Iraq, gain access to a lawyer and a trial in court.
Mars Odyssey orbiter takes first image of tiny moon Phobos Mars Odyssey orbiter takes first image of tiny moon Phobos
Laurel Kornfeld - Oct 09, 2017
First ever infrared photos shed light on small moon's composition.
New atomic clock is the most precise one ever created New atomic clock is the most precise one ever created
Harry Marcolis - Oct 09, 2017
Researcher have developed a new atomic clock that could help detect hard-to-find phenomena, such as dark matter and gravitational waves.