Kids' picky eating might mean more issues later
A study published in the journal Pediatrics suggests children with a high aversion to certain foods might develop mood disorders later in life.
Obama's strict emissions plan faces obstacles
The White House's new sanctions against coal-fired power plants are the strictest yet. How have those kinds of sanctions fared in the past?
Cecil the lion's brother may have been killed
Reports that Jericho, the brother of beloved lion Cecil, was shot and killed Saturday afternoon were later disputed by conservation groups.
8,000 firefighters protecting California
Fires are burning across the state, and weather conditions could make the situation worse.
What NASA does with Earth sciences money
Lawmakers have passed cuts to NASA's Earth sciences budget, which the agency uses for everything from ice monitoring to whale tracking.
NASA's new rain data paints a disturbing picture
A NASA composite of nationwide rainfall to date shows parts of the U.S. are underwater, and parts are sorely missing the same.
It's Time To Embrace Fermented Foods
Fermented Foods was once only a popular food in Asian countries, but is making its way to American dinner tables – and with awesome health…
Tax Free School Supplies
It may seem like summer just started, but the first day of school is just around the corner. It seems like teachers are adding new class…
Budget Friendly Unusual Hotels
You don't need to be rich to have an out of the ordinary experience, and these hotels prove it. To sharing a hotel with tigers to bunking up…
Free vacation: Rent out your home
John Matarese shows how more and more people are funding their vacations
Bacon Is Breaking The Bank
Big business is making the favorite breakfast food, bacon, more expensive. Find out how one New York City bar is making a statement…
The ABCs of back-to-school ID theft protection
Parents may be exposing children to fraud when filling out school forms at the beginning of each year.