Where NBA team names came from

Fascinating stories behind NBA team names.

Shelters open amid Midwest flooding as rivers…

Shelters open to help people evacuated from their homes amid flooding in Indiana, Michigan and other parts of the Midwest

Florida to execute man in 1993 slaying of college…

Florida is scheduled to execute a man convicted of raping and killing a college student in 1993 so he could steal her car

The Latest: Franklin Graham remembers dad, Rev…

The Rev. Billy Graham's son, the Rev. Franklin Graham, says his father would want to be remembered as a preacher

Turkey says won't allow 'one-sided' gas search off Cyprus

Turkey's energy minister says his country won't allow the Cyprus government to carry out a 'unilateral' search for gas off Cyprus

Florida eye doctor gets 17 years for Medicare fraud

A federal judge has sentenced a politically prominent Florida eye doctor to 17 years in prison for stealing $73 million in one of history's largest Medicare frauds

Jellyfish Chips Could be Coming to a Grocery…

Jellyfish chips could be sold in stores if Danish scientists have their way. Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.

The Latest: Nelson credits Rubio for attending…

Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson of Florida is giving fellow Sen. Marco Rubio credit for being the only Republican to attend a televised town hall meeting after the school shooting in their state

Prominent Florida eye doctor gets 17-year sentence for stealing $73 million in one of history's largest Medicare frauds

Prominent Florida eye doctor gets 17-year sentence for stealing $73 million in one of history's largest Medicare frauds

Trump Jr. attends topping-out ceremony of…

Donald Trump Jr. arrives at Trump Tower in Mumbai to meet with the construction partner for the Trump Tower Project. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

How to buy a house that hasn't been built yet

Facing a shortage of homes to buy, a growing number of prospective homebuyers are looking to build

Utility to pay millions to preserve abandoned reactor site

South Carolina's state-owned utility says it will pay millions per year to preserve equipment and parts at an abandoned nuclear reactor site

Breaking Stereotypes With an Ultramarathoner

After suffering health complications, Mirna Valerio knew she needed a change in lifestyle. So she dedicated herself to fitness and has spent the past eight years running marathons.

Google Employee Claims Wrongful Firing

First ex-Google engineer James Damore sued his former employer for firing him after he put out a memo saying women aren’t fit for tech jobs. Now another ex-Google worker has brought his own suit against the company after he came out hard against Damore. Tim Chevalier's complaint —which Wired calls...

A portrait of a Kenyan painter

Kaloki Nyamai's exhibitions, featuring works using acrylic paint, have captivated audiences across the world.

Victim's Father Calls Rubio 'Pathetically Weak'

Sen. Marco Rubio and NRA national spokeswoman Dana Loesch encountered the raw emotion of school shooting survivors and the parents of victims at a town hall meeting in Sunrise, Fla., Wednesday night. In one of the most heated exchanges, Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter Jaime died in the Parkland shooting, told...

10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: 'Never Again' protesters confront Florida lawmakers; how Pyeongchang might feel to a North Korean; brains of 'superagers' offer clues for sharp memory in old age.

After School Threat, Cops Find Cache of Guns, Ammo

Police say they found a cache of guns and ammo, including two AR-15 rifles, in the home of a student who was overheard saying "he was going to shoot up the school sometime in the next three weeks." Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell says the "disgruntled" 17-year-old was reported...

European Central Bank puts onus on Latvia in…

The European Central Bank says it does not have the power to investigate money laundering in individual nations, a hint that it is up to member state Latvia to clear up its corruption scandal.

Jury to decide fate of man who abducted, killed Florida girl

Jurors who took less than 15 minutes to convict a Florida man of abducting, raping and killing an 8-year-old girl will now decide whether he should be executed or spend the rest of his life in prison