- Space probe confirms chemicals of life in comet's halo Updated: May-27-16 4:04 pm
BERLIN - Scientists have found further evidence supporting the theory that some of the building blocks for life may have come to Earth from outer space.
- District: Teacher violated protocol in fiery lab experiment Updated: May-20-16 10:54 am
FAIRFAX, Virginia - A northern Virginia school district says a high school teacher violated safety protocols during an open-flame chemistry lab demonstration that injured the teacher and five students last year.
- Lawsuit: Los Angeles chief unduly influences discipline Updated: May-19-16 7:29 pm
LOS ANGELES - The union representing the rank and file of the Los Angeles Police Department sued the city and police chief on Thursday over what it says is his "corrupting influence" on the discipline process for officers.
- The Latest: Los Angeles police union sues over discipline Updated: May-19-16 1:46 pm
LOS ANGELES - The Latest on a lawsuit against Los Angeles and its police chief by the union representing the department's rank and file. (all times local):
- NSF gives Bigelow more than $1M for microorganism study Updated: May-19-16 12:23 am
EAST BOOTHBAY, Maine - The National Science Foundation is giving Maine's Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences more than $1 million for a project about microorganisms and the chemical composition of the Southern Ocean.
- Review: Gosling-Crowe chemistry livens uneven 'Nice Guys' Updated: May-18-16 4:20 pm
Take two charismatic actors. Give them characters that are, on the surface, totally incompatible. Plunk them into your basic whodunit, a mismatched team fighting fill-in-the-blank bad guys. Stir in some shoot-em-up action, and poof: You have a buddy cop movie, one of the most durable formulas in Hollywood.
- Reports: Chemist who worked on drug cases was usually high Updated: May-04-16 3:41 pm
SPRINGFIELD, Massachusetts - Investigators say a former chemist who tested drugs for Massachusetts police departments was high almost every day she went to work for eight years, potentially putting thousands of criminal convictions in jeopardy.