Posted: 8:47 PM - In 16 years, cancer will become the leading cause of death in the United States, surpassing heart disease, according to a new report from the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
Posted: 7:39 PM - The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reported Tuesday that about 29,300 Kansas residents had chosen health insurance plans through the marketplace by March 1.
Posted: 6:14 PM - Under the Dome, Unforgettable and Big Brother return to CBS along with several new shows this summer.
Posted: 6:00 PM - President Obama tried a new venue to pitch the Affordable Care Act to young Americans: a web comedy show. The president sat down with comedian and actor Zach Galifianakis on "Between Two Ferns."
Posted: 4:02 PM - A Kansas county commission has agreed to settle a lawsuit by relatives of mentally ill jail inmate severely beaten by a sheriff's deputy.
Updated: 4:51 PM - Former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review the Kansas Supreme Court's indefinite suspension of his law license.
Updated: 3:12 PM - A Geneseo, Illinois-based firearms maker is apologizing for a year-old ad campaign that recently drew criticism from Italy.
Updated: 2:53 PM - Griffin is a back to back American Motorcycle Association champion. But, it wasn't until tragedy struck that he decided to race.
Updated: 4:50 PM - In March 1989, British scientist Tim Berners-Lee published a paper proposing an "information management" system. His supervisor, scrawled some brief comments on the cover: "Vague, but exciting."
Posted: 2:38 PM - It was 1993 when David Wood got his first look at the World Wide Web.
Posted: 2:34 PM - When Dr. Jeffery Ward joined a community oncology practice in Seattle, it had three doctors. A few years later the group merged with another practice.
Posted: 2:29 PM - Netflix streamed faster for Comcast customers in February, after the online video company began paying for direct access to Comcast's network late last month.
Posted: 1:24 PM - The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee suggested Tuesday the CIA violated federal law by secretly pulling classified documents from her panel's computers during a staff probe of the spy agency's detention and interrogation program.
Posted: 1:17 PM - In the early 1960s, a young postdoctoral student stumbled onto something that puzzled him. While the active compound in morphine and cocaine isolated around the same time, the active component of marijuana was unknown.