US Condemns Attack On American University In Kabul

The attack, carried out by two gunmen who stormed the university campus Wednesday, killed 12 and injured several more people.
Italy Quake

Italy Quake Death Toll Climbs To 247

The 6.2-magnitude earthquake that hit early Wednesday devastated three towns in the region, sparking search and rescue efforts for those trapped in the rubble.
USS Nitze

US Warship Intercepted By Iranian Vessels

The USS Nitze attempted to make contact with the Iranian vessels 12 times, but received no response, a U.S. defense official said.

Man-Made Climate Change Not A 20th Century Phenomenon

In some regions of the Earth, 180 years of warming has caused the average climate to emerge above the range that was normal prior to the Industrial Revolution, a new study says.

First Entirely Soft Robot Created

Inspired by octopuses, scientists used 3D printing and pneumatics to create the world’s first robot that doesn’t have any rigid components.

EpiPen Price Hike Controversy Continues

Mylan CEO Heather Bresch has not addressed the drug company’s price hike of the auto-injectors.
GUANGZHOU, CHINA - JUNE 21: An adult female mosquito is seen uder a microscope at the Sun Yat-Sen University-Michigan University Joint Center of Vector Control for Tropical Disease on June 21, 2016 in Guangzhou, China.

Zika Images Show Severe Brain Damage In Fetuses

A new medical report revealed the clearest depiction to date of how severely the Zika virus damages the brain of a fetus.
Home for Sale

US Housing Market On Solid Ground

U.S. home resales fell, but prices continue to trend higher. This comes a day after government data showed new home sales vaulted to a nine-year high in July.

BERLIN - AUGUST 07: A young woman smokes a legal herb called damian as policemen stand nearby prior to marching in support of the legalization of marijuana in Germany during the annual Hemp Parade

Pot Kills Pain For Men More Than Women

A study showed that while women were able to tolerate more pain under the influence of marijuana, the substance did not necessarily provide them relief.
James Feigen

James Feigen Apologizes After Rio Scandal

Feigen issued a statement following teammate Ryan Lochte’s public apology for his behavior in Rio de Janeiro where he lied about being robbed at gunpoint.

Was There ‘Pay To Play’ At The Clinton Foundation?

Newly released emails brought fresh attention to the intersection of foundation fundraising and policies pushed by the Hillary Clinton-led State Department. Here's what's been reported so far.
J.J. Watt, Houston Texans

Watt, Kuechly Top List Of Best NFL Defensive Players

J.J. Watt and Luke Kuechly are among the best defensive players entering the 2016 NFL season.