Americans turned to public transport more in 2013 than any other year since 1956. Attributed to a recovering economy, growing transit systems, and more options, Americans made 10.7 billion trips on... Read More
Northern California "dodged a bullet," in the words of one law enforcement official, after a 6.9 earthquake struck off the Eureka coast at 10:18 p.m. PST on March 9.
"This easily could have been a... Read More
A swarm of 75,000 killer bees attacked a 71-year-old woman last week after she disturbed their hive.
The woman, who works for Verizon, was about 90 feet from the nest of Africanized honeybees when... Read More
Forget eyeglasses and Lasik. Downloading an app might improve your vision by up to 31 percent. University of California, Riverside neuroscientist Aaron Seitz has found a way to gamify eyesight... Read More
To the victor go the spoils. Amane Gobena, the women's race winner of yesterday's L.A. Marathon, made more money per hour than half of U.S. wage earners made in 2012—about $30,612.
Gobena,... Read More