| Mar 18, 2015
| 8:54 PM
Britain may be famous for preserving its royal DNA, but a genetic analysis of the nation is providing new insights into the "story of the masses," according to scientists.
Researchers announced Wednesday that they had created the world's first fine-...
| Mar 17, 2015
| 1:44 PM
In the United States, which has been referred to as the "great melting pot" for generations, it should come as no surprise that with all these different kinds of people has come practically as many ways of believing in a higher power.
What may be...
| Mar 16, 2015
| 5:22 PM
At its growing East Baltimore facility, Emergent BioSolutions has produced a booster shot to go with a leading Ebola vaccine candidate, joining a competitive race to make a safe and effective tool to stop the spread of an outbreak that continues in West...
| Mar 16, 2015
| 8:15 AM
When Simon Beck stomps through fields of fresh snow, art happens.
In his first trip to North America, the British snow artist was invited by Banff Lake Louise Tourism to create a series of large-scale designs in snow. Beck has been making snowflakes,...
| Mar 13, 2015
| 8:09 AM
President Obama had several things on his mind when he stopped off in Hollywood on Thursday to visit “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”
In addition to showing a sense of humor with the all-President Obama edition of Kimmel’s regular “Mean...
| Mar 9, 2015
| 1:39 PM
After killing at least 9,936 people and infecting more than 24,202, the Ebola epidemic appears to be running out of steam. And for some medical researchers, this hard-won progress poses a problem.
The Ebola virus has retreated so dramatically in...
| Feb 18, 2015
| 2:00 PM
Ashton Carter was sworn in as the secretary of defense this week, taking the reins of Pentagon leadership from former Secretary Chuck Hagel.
On Tuesday, he issued a message to the Department of Defense employees outlining his top priorities: protecting...
| Feb 26, 2015
| 6:25 PM
DNA evidence suggests the hunter-gatherers of Britain were importing wheat from their agrarian neighbors on mainland Europe as much as 8,000 years ago.
The discovery, published Thursday in Science, could mean there was more contact between early farmers...
| Feb 11, 2015
| 1:31 PM
The recent, simply amazing, fabulous days of 80-plus degree winter weather were divine but certainly not helping our Southern California drought situation. I’d love to see more rain.
These are busy days for the folks from our burg. The award...
| Mar 4, 2015
| 8:47 AM
LONDON (AP) — Put down the doughnut. And while you're at it, skip the breakfast cereal, fruit juice, beer and ketchup.
New guidelines from the World Health Organization say the world is eating too much sugar and people should slash their sugar...
| Feb 5, 2015
| 7:05 PM
Martin Gilbert, Winston Churchill's official biographer and a leading historian of the Holocaust, died Tuesday in London after a lengthy illness. He was 78.
British senior civil servant John Chilcot reported his death to a British parliamentary...