Staffers at 25TV, a newly founded 24-hour news and entertainment station, say their goal is to cover the stories Egyptian state television wouldn't touch. It may be unpolished, but the the people working there all backed or participated in the...
Mississippi River floodwater is predicted to start flowing in Krotz Springs, La., on Monday. To prepare, the oil and gas industry is shutting down wells and stabilizing equipment. Many residents who returned last week are ready to leave again on...
This last trip for the space shuttle Endeavour has added significance for shuttle commander Mark Kelly. His wife, Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, continues to recover from a gunshot wound to the head. On what may be his last trip into space, Kelly...
As doomsday approaches at least according to one Christian evangelist there's an Atheist businessman who's cashing in. For $135, Bart Centre promises to care for your cat or horse or boa constrictor after you've left this mortal...
There's no good route for trucks carrying liquefied natural gas through Savannah. That's the conclusion of a safety consultant hired to review a trucking proposal. Houston-based El Paso Corporation wants to put up to 58 trucks a day on...
Dr. Ricardo Azziz was inaugurated as the 8th president of Georgia Health Sciences University in Augusta today.
It would be easy expected, even for Mary Johnson and Oshea Israel to be enemies. After all, Israel killed Johnson's only son, in 1993. Israel went to prison for that and toward the end of his sentence, he and Johnson made peace. Today, they...
Humans aren't the only brainiacs around - most mammals have large brains for their body size. But how did we get so darn cerebral? Turns out mammalian brain evolution went hand in hand with developing an excellent sense of smell.
In the current economy, veterans under 30 are having an especially difficult time marketing their military skills to potential employers. One former staff sergeant, after getting no offers, says he felt like he'd been demoted to a "private...
Learning negative information about people can change the way you see them literally, according to a new study. It's an unconscious response orchestrated by your brain's visual processing system, and it may have helped early humans...