CDC predicts how you will die based on your home state [photo] CDC predicts how you will die based on your home state [photo]
Sam Catherman - May 17, 2015
A new CDC map visualizes the most distinctive causes of death across the country.
2016 GOP hopefuls flock to Georgia for 'SEC primary' as campaign heats up 2016 GOP hopefuls flock to Georgia for 'SEC primary' as campaign heats up
Dan Taylor - May 16, 2015
Is Nebraska about to repeal the death penalty? Is Nebraska about to repeal the death penalty?
Sam Catherman - May 16, 2015
A bill in Nebraska would outlaw the death penalty, but faces major partisan hurdles in the state legislature.
Chris Christie is trying to get voters to forget about 'Bridgegate' Chris Christie is trying to get voters to forget about 'Bridgegate'
Dan Taylor - May 15, 2015
The New Jersey governor has his eyes on the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, but his ugly scandal involving a bridge could get in his way.
China in Antarctica; A challenge to US?
China in Antarctica; A challenge to US?
Sam Catherman - May 04, 2015
China positions itself for influence in Antarctica, eyeing natural resources like oil, fish, and freshwater.

Scott Walker knows how to run a campaign better than Romney or Bush
Scott Walker knows how to run a campaign better than Romney or Bush
Sam Catherman - May 04, 2015
Scott Walker has a history of offering up campaign advice, and he appears ready to make a run for office himself.

Republicans target 'Obamacare,' boost defense spending with new budget plan
Republicans target 'Obamacare,' boost defense spending with new budget plan
Sam Catherman - May 03, 2015
Republicans in the House sent the Senate a new budget plan that seeks to repeal Obamacare and increase defense spending.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich: I can raise enough money to become GOP's 2016 candidate
Ohio Gov. John Kasich: I can raise enough money to become GOP's 2016 candidate
Dan Taylor - May 01, 2015
Kasich spoke to reports during a lunch on Friday, telling them that he believes he can raise the cash necessary to win the presidency -- and he intends to do exactly that.

White House encounters skepticism at Silicon Valley: “There are lots of problems with these ideas.”
White House encounters skepticism at Silicon Valley: "There are lots of problems with these ideas."
Anna Jiang - Apr 26, 2015
Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter calls for the next generation of engineers and software pioneers to defend the White House against hackers.

Report: NASA working on dark-energy mission with spy agency telescope
Report: NASA working on dark-energy mission with spy agency telescope
TSC_admin - Apr 24, 2015
What is NASA spying on?

NASA's NexSS team will hunt universe for alien life
NASA's NexSS team will hunt universe for alien life
TSC_admin - Apr 24, 2015
NASA begins the hunt for alien life.

Ted Cruz calls for more force against ISIS:
Ted Cruz calls for more force against ISIS: "We will destroy them."
Anna Jiang - Apr 19, 2015
Republican presidential candidates Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio discussed foreign policy at a conference that ended Saturday in New Hampshire.

Cable giant Verizon is coming after Netflix -- and ESPN is complaining
Cable giant Verizon is coming after Netflix -- and ESPN is complaining
Dan Taylor - Apr 18, 2015
Verizon FiOS unveiled new packages that would allow customers to choose to pay for only the channels they watch, but ESPN argues that the move would violate their contract.

Philadelphia native named new White House social secretary
Philadelphia native named new White House social secretary
Anna Jiang - Apr 17, 2015
Deesha Dyer was appointed to be the new White House Social Secretary and will be overseeing the parties and public events held at the White House.

Hillary Clinton to formally launch campaign
Hillary Clinton to formally launch campaign
Anna Jiang - Apr 12, 2015
Former secretary of State Hillary Clinton has formally announced her second Presidential campaign on Sunday, with more of a focus on the middle class and her substantial experience.

Boston marathon bomber's mother blames America
Boston marathon bomber's mother blames America
Anna Jiang - Apr 12, 2015
Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, the mother of Boston marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev contends that her son is innocent and blames America for killing Muslims.

Massive kickback scandal involves shocking pay-for-blood scheme: lawsuit
Massive kickback scandal involves shocking pay-for-blood scheme: lawsuit
Dan Taylor - Apr 12, 2015
Two laboratories will pay nearly $50 million to settle claims that it paid off doctors in exchange for blood samples.

Stunning first: Kansas becomes first state to ban abortion procedure
Stunning first: Kansas becomes first state to ban abortion procedure
Dan Taylor - Apr 08, 2015
Pro-abortion groups are gearing up to challenge the law in federal court, setting the stage for a battle that could have huge implications nationwide.

Shocking racial slur on whiteboard results in suspension for USC student
Shocking racial slur on whiteboard results in suspension for USC student
Dan Taylor - Apr 05, 2015
The school's president said the action was in violation of the code of conduct.


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