Harden and Morey make an MVP case
James Harden and Daryl Morey made a case for the Rockets guard to be the league MVP.
Warmbier's parents, raise new questions about his cause of death
Otto Warmbier's parents and the county coroner who examined his body both spoke with news media this week and offered never-before-released details about Warmbier's last few comatose days.
Louisiana lawmakers consider Steve Gleason for Congressional Gold Medal
High civilian award considered for the former Saints player who has dedicated his life to ALS advocacy
Harvard study estimates over 4K died in Puerto Rico due to Hurricane Maria
Their survey indicated that the mortality rate was 14.3 deaths per 1,000 residents from Sept. 20 through Dec. 31, 2017. The official government death count is only 64.
Shrews shrink their heads during the winter, study reports
Researchers have found the mechanisms that allow the common shrew to shrink and regrow its head during different parts of the year,
Marijuana use may be easier on the brain than alcohol
Technology is not able to ascertain the risks of marijuana on the brain as it can alcohol, but it may not be any safer, scientists say.
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Internationally respected after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 for his leadership, Giuliani now is the most visible defender of President Trump, and is seen as lessening his credibility.
Apple hits $1 trillion mark
The milestone comes after Apple reported a strong second quarter, with a total revenue of $53.27 billion. It's the first American public company to hit $1 trillion.
Dome Karukoski is set to direct his first movie in the United States
Dome Karukoski is set to direct his first movie in the United States
According to Karukoski, the two actors seem invested in the project, but contract talks are ongoing.
#boycottBudweiser gains steam over Super Bowl commercial
#boycottBudweiser gains steam over Super Bowl commercial
Budweiser has found itself the victim of the latest American boycott.
"Black Panther" has become the highest-grossing superhero film ever
"Black Panther" is no longer the top-ranking box office, but it is the top-grossing superhero movie of all time.
Bacteria go extinct quite often, study reports
Bacteria go extinct quite often, study reports
A new evolutionary map shows how many bacteria species have gone extinct over time.
Facebook suspends propaganda accounts; uncovers disinformation campaign
Facebook suspends propaganda accounts; uncovers disinformation campaign
Though Facebook said it couldn't conclusively identify the source of the phony pages, company officials said they resembled the activity of the Kremlin-connected Internet Research Agency.
Drinking 4 cups of coffee a day is not bad for your health
Drinking 4 cups of coffee a day is not bad for your health
Scientists made the discovery after reviewing more than 740 studies into the effects of caffeine on humans.
Jellyfish may be capable of sleep after all, study reports
Jellyfish may be capable of sleep after all, study reports
A team of researchers have found compelling evidence that a species of brainless jellyfish can sleep in the same way other animals do.
New York Daily News cuts half its staff
New York Daily News cuts half its staff
The announcement detailed a new direction for the paper, with an increased focus on breaking news.
Judge temporarily halts deportation of reunited families
Judge temporarily halts deportation of reunited families
ACLU attorneys said the delay was necessary because of "persistent and increasing rumors," which Defendants have refused to deny, that mass deportations may be carried out immediately upon reunification.
New Fox News CEO cracks down on provocative statements
New Fox News CEO cracks down on provocative statements
With several national advertisers dropping Fox News shows in recent months and a number of prominent voices speaking out against the network, the top-rated channel finds itself at a crossroads.
Marcus Smart not impressed by Jimmy Butler tough talk
Marcus Smart not impressed by Jimmy Butler tough talk
Boston Celtics guard, Marcus Smart, was not impressed by post-game comments made Chicago Bulls guard, Jimmy Butler.
Ellen Pompeo slams rumors that her pay raise led to co-stars' exit
Ellen Pompeo slams rumors that her pay raise led to co-stars' exit
The 'Grey's Anatomy' star took to Twitter to deny that her $20 million raise led to Jessica Capshaw and Sarah Drew's exit.
Blackhawks to make major changes after first round sweep
Blackhawks to make major changes after first round sweep
Chicago Blackhawks head coach, Stan Bowman, promised that changes were going to be made to the organization.
Pope declares death penalty wrong, changing Church's position
Pope declares death penalty wrong, changing Church's position
The change makes official a position that the Pope has articulated since he assumed leadership.
Italian PM to visit White House on July 30
Italian PM to visit White House on July 30
President Trump foreshadowed the visit earlier this month after first meeting the Prime Minister, tweeting, "He will be honored in Washington, at the @WhiteHouse, shortly."
Mueller subpoenas former aide to Roger Stone
Mueller subpoenas former aide to Roger Stone
Attorney for the ex-Stone associate, Paul Kamenar, says that he intends to fight the subpoena and that Mueller's appointment was unconstitutional.