- The market for privately developed Ebola-testing products is heating up.
- The Department of Energy isn't commenting on technology that could give health care workers a way to diagnose Ebola on the spot.
- Ferguson and St. Louis residents are gearing up for the “Weekend of Resistance” protests two months after Michael Brown's death.
- The discovery of microbes in Antarctica could have implications for the search for life on Jupiter's moon Europa and Saturn's moon Enceladus.
250 Million-Year-Old Piece Of Africa Found In Southeastern US, Larger Portions May Still Be DiscoveredGeologists say they have found a fragment of Africa embedded in the southeastern U.S., a remnant of the rift that occurred between the African and North America continents some 250 million years ago.
- What makes one city more romantic than another? Amazon believes it’s a population addicted to romance novels and romantic comedies.
- Rodney Lee Scott allegedly shot at Tyler Larkin after experiencing road rage in Tennessee, according to authorities.
- "Bad Grandpa" ruled the roost at the box office, dethroning "Gravity" and earning $32 million in its debut.
- T-Mobile is expanding its 4G LTE coverage at a rapid pace.
- White House Honey Ale given by Obama sells for $1,200 to benefit Minneapolis hospital.
- Factors aside from a person's genes could explain how homosexuality is inherited and persists in humans, a new study claims.
- Rumors are swirling over who will be the next coach at Tennessee, with Oklahoma State’s Mike Gundy, Louisville’s Charlie Strong and North Carolina’s Larry Fedora among the names closely linked to the Volunteers job.
No. 18 Florida Gators at No. 23 Tennessee Volunteers: Preview, Players to Watch, TV Coverage, Live Stream and MoreNo. 18 Florida will look to grind out another win, this one in Neyland Stadium against rival No. 23 Tennessee. With a serious boost in the SEC East standings on the line, can QB Tyler Bray and the Vols end the Gators rivalry dominance?
- Is Knoxville, Tenn. the most romantic city in the U.S.? Online retailer Amazon thinks so.
- The top aftermarket NYSE losers on Wednesday were: KAR Auction Services, TNS, Titan International, Colonial Properties, Greatbatch, ABM Industries, Molina Healthcare, Express, Ethan Allen Interiors and Gaylord Entertainment.