Viruses Can Do More Damage If Infection Occurs In Morning, Study Says
Scientists also found that disruptions in the circadian rhythm could leave the body in a state in which viruses are allowed to thrive.
Donald Trump Attempts To Woo Black Voters: ‘What The Hell Do You Have To Lose?’
The Republican presidential nominee alleged that rival Hillary Clinton “would rather provide a job to a refugee” than to unemployed African-American youth.
Was Charlie Sheen Right? NYC Health Official Demetre Daskalakis Backs ‘Negligible’ HIV Transmission Claim
HIV patients with undetectable viral levels like Charlie Sheen who regularly take their medication “cannot actively transmit HIV, and we should not treat them that way,” Dr. Demetre Daskalakis said.
Delta IV Launch: 2 Military Space Surveillance Satellites Put In Orbit
The rocket lifted off at 12:52 a.m. EDT from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, launching two U.S. Military satellites.
Climate Change: Exxon Mobil Behind ‘Worst Mass Coral Bleaching’ In History, Activists Say
Divers associated with the climate change advocacy group 350.org went underwater marking dead coral reefs, blaming the “reckless behavior of Exxon and fossil fuel companies” for the damage.
Nebraska Dad Accidentally Eats Four Pot Brownies And Cusses At Family Cat
A 53-year-old man from Omaha, Nebraska, accidentally ate four brownies not knowing that they were laced with marijuana.
Calcium Supplements May Increase Dementia Risk In Some Women, Study Finds
A study found that older women who took calcium supplements were increasingly susceptible to developing dementia, but the increased risk was limited to women who had had a stroke.
US Olympic Swimmers Detained By Brazil Police Over Alleged Lochte Robbery In Rio
Gunnar Bentz and Jack Conger were taken in for questioning regarding the alleged gunpoint robbery Sunday also involving two other teammates, Ryan Lochte and James Feigen.
Super Mario Bros Corn Maze In New York Farm Involved ‘A Lot Of Math’
A farm in upstate New York created an eight-acre corn maze featuring characters from Nintendo’s popular game, Super Mario Bros.
Cisco Layoffs: Company To Dismiss Nearly 14,000 Employees, Report Says
Cisco Systems will dismiss between 9,000 to 14,000 employees worldwide as it transitions from “its hardware roots into a software-centric organization,” according to a CRN report.
Playboy Mansion Sold For $100 Million To Hugh Hefner's Neighbor And Twinkies Owner Daren Metropoulos
The 29-room property was sold Tuesday to Daren Metropoulos, the billionaire owner of Twinkies. Hefner will retain the right to stay in the mansion until his death.
‘Black Olives Matter?’ Restaurant In Trouble Over Merchandise Mimicking Black Lives Matter
An Italian restaurant in New Mexico is under fire for selling T-shirts and caps emblazoned "Black Olives Matter," mimicking the Black Lives Matter movement.
Climate Change: Olympic Games’ Future At Risk, Researchers Say
Rising temperatures and changes in humidity caused by climate change will severely affect the future of the Olympics, even limiting the number of viable host cities, according to researchers.
China Launches World’s First ‘Hack-Proof’ Quantum Communication Satellite
The Quantum Experiments at Space Scale satellite is on a two-year mission to establish “hack-proof” quantum communications between space and Earth.
SpaceVR Will Launch World’s First Virtual Reality Camera Satellite In 2017
Virtual space tourism startup SpaceVR has signed a launch agreement with NanoRacks to send the world’s first virtual reality camera satellite into space in 2017.
Online Gaming Helps Kids Do Better In School, Social Media Doesn’t, Study Says
A study found that children who play online video games scored above-average points in math, reading and science.
Facebook Testing Express Wi-Fi Service In India
The social media company is helping local entrepreneurs and companies with software that would provide internet in rural areas of the country.
Donald Trump Ban In Philippines? Lawmaker Seeks To Bar Republican Nominee From Entering
A lawmaker in the Southeast Asian country filed a resolution seeking to bar Trump from entering the country following his speech calling the Philippines a “terrorist nation.”
Human Vision Depends On Timing of Neural Spikes For Recognizing Shapes, Study Says
Researchers said that apart from relying on the number of spikes or bursts of electrical activity in neurons, human vision also relies on the timing of these spikes.
Pakistan Hospital Blast Leaves Dozens Dead And Several Injured In Quetta
A bomb exploded inside a hospital in Quetta, in Pakistan's Balochistan province Monday.
Asthma Pill Fevipiprant Shows ‘Massive Promise’ In Reducing Severe Symptoms
Researchers found that patients who tried the new drug, Fevipiprant, showed a drop in their symptoms, including a reduction in lung inflammations and improvement in lung function.
Bring Harambe Back? ‘America’s Most Hated Man’ Martin Shkreli Says He’s Trying To
The 33-year-old pharmaceutical executive announced on Twitter he will work on bringing the western lowland gorilla who was fatally shot in the Cincinnati Zoo back to life.
Donald Trump Says ‘Unstable’ Hillary Clinton Unfit To Be President
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, during a rally Saturday, said his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton "took a short-circuit in the brain."
India’s PM Modi Criticizes Cow Vigilantes
Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized the self-appointed protectors of cows in his first ever town hall-style speech Saturday and urged states to take action against them.
Iran Scientist Shahram Amiri Who Claimed CIA Abducted Him, Allegedly Executed
Shahram Amiri, a nuclear scientist who claimed to have been abducted by the CIA, was executed in Iran, reports said Saturday.
Donald Trump’s Signed Photo Removed From New York Eatery’s Wall
The Schnitzel Haus’ business took a hit because the restaurant displayed a picture of Donald Trump which customers said made them feel uncomfortable.
Hiroshima Bombing Anniversary: 71 Years On, Japan Calls For World Without Nuclear Weapons
Over 50,000 people attended a memorial ceremony at Hiroshima’s Peace Park where Japanese officials called for a world free of nuclear weapons.
France’s Rouen Bar Fire Leaves Several Dead And Many Injured
The fire in Rouen, which left six people injured, broke out at a private birthday party held Friday night in the Cuba Libre bar’s basement at around midnight local time.
CERN Update: LHC’s Bump Disappears, Dashing Hopes Of Discovering New Particle
CERN physicists announced Friday that the “bump” was just a statistical fluke, smashing hopes of discovering a new particle outside the Standard Model.
Spike In Number Of Mass Shootings Due To Media Coverage, Study Says
Researchers said the increase in such crimes was directly related to media coverage and social media’s tendency to glorify the shooters and downplay the victims.