With the WNBA taking over the Los Angeles Sparks while they search for new ownership, some questions remain whether or not there is enough national interest in women's basketball to sustain the league.
General Mills made a big announcement recently. Cheerios is going GMO free. Now, if you know something about genetically modified crops, this may sound odd. Cheerios are mostly made of oats - a crop that isn't available as a GMO.
Although many actors like performing their own stunts, most of the dangerous scenes in movies are done by talented stunt performers. On our next installment of Odd Hollywood Jobs we’ll talk to one of the best stuntwomen in the business, Zoë Bell.
This morning, the U.S. Supreme Court put a temporary hold on same-sex marriage licenses in Utah. The hold will last until the 10th Circuit court in Denver makes a decision on a state appeal arguing against gay marriage.
It's been almost a month since 13-year-old Jahi McMath's tonsil surgery complications led doctors to declare her brain dead. That set off a legal and ethical battle between the teenager's family and the hospital, which felt it could do nothing more for her.
In a very close vote -- 51 to 49 -- the powerful machinists union in Washington State agreed to a new, 8-year contract with Boeing. The contract keeps production in Washington, but the union conceded a lot of benefits in the deal.
Alex Cohen talks with 33-year-old hair and cloth special effects director Daniel Lay about what he calls "the cycle of displacement," and why he says bolstered tax credits aren't the answer to curbing Hollywood's runaway production.
A new study on the curious phenomenon known as earthquake lights posits some causes for the strange glowing lights that have been seen before earthquakes for centuries but have remained a mystery of science.
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