Susan Bay Nimoy Played Admiral Rollman In 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine'
February 27 2015 1:31 PM EST
Susan Bay Nimoy confirmed the death of her husband Leonard Nimoy Friday.
'Star Trek' Actor And His Character On Kindness, Human Behavior, Potential
February 27 2015 12:48 PM EST
Like his best-known character, Leonard Nimoy appeared to view life in the entertainment business via a lens of objectivity.
Christie Settles ExxonMobil Case After Firm Donated to RGA
February 27 2015 11:27 AM EST
New Jersey settles 2004 $8.9 billion case against ExxonMobil for just $250 million; Christie's first AG was an ExxonMobil lawyer.
Bank Of The West Dropped From Federal Marijuana Lawsuit
February 27 2015 9:06 AM EST
A representative for Safe Streets Alliance said Bank of the West isn’t off the hook just yet.
Lupita Nyong’o’s $150,000 Oscar Dress Gone Missing
February 26 2015 2:55 PM EST
Authorities were investigating the alleged theft of the famous Francisco Costa for Calvin Klein gown.
Patient Rushed To Virginia Hospital With Ebola-Like Symptoms
February 26 2015 12:54 PM EST
The patient has not been diagnosed with Ebola but was put into isolation at Virginia Hospital Center near Washington.
The 2015 BRIT Awards In Photos
February 26 2015 11:55 AM EST
Taylor Swift opened the night at the O2 Arena in Peninsula Square with a performance of “Blank Space.”
ISIS Destroys 3,000-Year-Old Mosul Museum Artifacts
February 26 2015 9:32 AM EST
The Islamic State group has occupied the museum since last summer previously threatened to destroy its artifacts.
'Very Severe' Clostridium Difficile Infections On The Rise
February 26 2015 8:59 AM EST
Researchers estimate about two-thirds of C. difficile infections were picked up by patients during hospital stays.
Lawsuits In Colorado Put Pot Businesses On Edge
February 25 2015 3:43 PM EST
Two lawsuits challenge the very existence of the state's young recreational marijuana industry.
UK Approves ‘Three-Parent’ Baby In Vitro Technique
February 25 2015 11:49 AM EST
Advocates for the technology trumpet its potential to save lives and prevent some genetically inherited conditions such as heart disease.
Jamaica Leads Caribbean In Decriminalizing Weed
February 25 2015 9:23 AM EST
Advocates of marijuana decriminalization celebrated the move as a victory for the country, where marijuana’s cultural roots run deep.
Siberia's Mystery Holes Likely The Result Of Gas Emissions
February 24 2015 4:44 PM EST
The satellite images exposed the sites of several larger, previously known craters but also revealed many so-called baby craters.
A ‘Very Unusual’ Sea Level Rise On East Coast
February 24 2015 3:29 PM EST
Researchers discovered the two-year spike by analyzing tide gauge records going back to the early 1900s.
What To Know About DC's Legal Weed
February 24 2015 3:05 PM EST
Initiative 71, which voters approved in November, legalized small amounts of marijuana for personal, non-medical purposes.
8 Killed In Czech Restaurant Shooting
February 24 2015 10:49 AM EST
The suspected gunman, who was around 60 years old, reportedly was killed from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Is Ebola Making A Comeback In Sierra Leone?
February 24 2015 9:13 AM EST
In the capital Freetown, health workers saw a previously empty Ebola treatment center suddenly full again this week.
US Rape Kit Backlog Remains ‘Nationwide Issue’
February 24 2015 12:04 AM EST
Cities began reducing their rape kit backlogs in the 1990s after New York City started clearing its cache of more than 17,000 rape kits.
US Appoints Its First Global LGBT Envoy
February 23 2015 10:41 PM EST
Berry has been a longtime foreign service officer whose posts have included Bangladesh, Egypt, Uganda and South Africa.
Don’t Expect To Buy Weed In Alaska Just Yet
February 23 2015 10:10 PM EST
It will be legal to smoke pot for non-medical purposes in Alaska starting Tuesday.