Researchers at Hanford are turning to kitchen cupboards for inspiration in cleaning up contaminated ground water at the nuclear reservation.
Wednesday they injected 1,500 gallons of vegetable oil mixed with 55,000 gallons of water into ground water contaminated with toxic chromium that's moving toward the Columbia River.
An Atlanta judge today sentenced the Unrestricted rapper to three years in prison for bashing a woman with a rum bottle at a Halloween party last year.
A labyrinth filled with stone temples and pyramids in 14 caves—some underwater—have been uncovered on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula, archaeologists announced last week.
A Cuban taekwondo player in Olympics suddenly became violent after his disqualification for what referee thought was a knockout and KICKED!! the refree in his face.
He alleges match-fixing.
Internet users in China have been complaining this week that they cannot access Apple’s iTunes Store. The start of the problems coincided with an announcement from an activist group which said that around 40 Olympic athletes had downloaded a pro-Tibet benefit album that was also carried on iTunes.
How do you tell the age of a Chinese gymnast?
Don't bother with those new passports or birth certificates.
Go for the X-rays.
Anna Faris wants to make one thing clear: She did not have a fling with Hugh Hefner during the filming of House Bunny.
Pop star Gwen Stefani and her husband Gavin Rossdale have welcomed the birth of their second child, a son they've called 'Zuma'.
A Scottsdale police school-resource officer who admitted to saving pornographic photos on his work computer apologized earlier this week to a state police board as he was suspended for eight months.
US parents, politicians and educators have responded with outrage to a radical proposal by over 100 university heads that the country reduce the legal age for drinking alcohol to combat "binge-drinking."