Atomic blast guinea pig seen on ocean floor

April 18th, 2015

A former U.S. Navy aircraft carrier that survived a Japanese torpedo strike and was a massive guinea pig for two atomic bomb blasts looks remarkably intact at the bottom of the Pacific, according to federal researchers who surveyed the wreck last month with an underwater drone.

The week in 40 photos

April 18th, 2015

World’s coolest new buildings?

April 18th, 2015

Architecture website Architizer has just announced the winners of its 3rd annual A+ Awards, highlighting the best new building designs from around the world.

Gruesome treatments from medicine’s past

April 18th, 2015

A thousand-year-old Anglo-Saxon potion has been shown to be effective in fighting the modern-day superbug MRSA. But what about some of the more gruesome medical practices used to treat people throughout history?

Where in the world? Your best travel photos

April 18th, 2015

Travel Photo of the Day

What ESPN reporter could have said

April 18th, 2015

Other celebrities have shown there is an alternative to wildly offensive remarks, writes CNN’s Kelly Wallace.

Lawyer releases reserve deputy’s training records

April 18th, 2015

The lawyer for Robert Bates, an Oklahoma reserve deputy who fatally shot a man he meant to subdue with a Taser, on Saturday released documents that he says verify some of Bates’ training as a law enforcement officer.

Second teen guilty in ‘thrill kill’

April 18th, 2015

College student Christopher Lane, above, was gunned down at random in 2013. FULL STORY

Gupta: Legalize medical marijuana nationally. Now.

April 18th, 2015

Promising research into medical marijuana use could benefit tens of thousands of patients. FULL STORY

Rare tour of the only federal weed farm in America

April 18th, 2015

Since the 1970s, the Marijuana Project at the University of Mississippi, known as Ole Miss, has been the sole provider of marijuana for federally approved research in the United States. The farm is strictly controlled by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).