• Obama: Affordable Care Act Enrollment Hits 8 Million
    17 April 2014, 21:10

    Obama: Affordable Care Act Enrollment Hits 8 Million

    hide captionPresident Obama speaks about health care on Thursday. ACA enrollment has reached 8 million, he said, and it's "well past time" for Republicans to stop trying to repeal it. President Obama speaks about health care on Thursday. ACA enrollment has reached 8 million, he said, and it's "well past time" for Republicans to stop trying to repea...

image 17 April 2014, 21:13 College Kids Hack Siri to Unlock Teslas and Heat Up Your House

When Apple first introduced Siri three years ago, she amazed the world with her warm voice and her human-like voice response. But the years since her debut have been quietly underwhelming, in large part because Siri isn’t able to access the wide range of apps that are available on the iPhone. So a group of University of Pennsylvania developers have...

image 17 April 2014, 20:46 UR Medicine Primary Care, Golisano Children’s Hospital Recertified as Top Level Patient-Centered Medical Homes

UR Medicine’s Center for Primary Care and Golisano Children’s Hospital have been nationally re-certified at the highest level for using evidenced-based, patient-centric processes that focus on highly coordinated care and long-term relationships between patients and their health care providers. The Patient-Centered Medical Home Level 3 designation, ...

image 17 April 2014, 20:26 S.C. construction worker handed $525 fine for 89-cent refill

Christopher Lewis of North Charleston said he never noticed signs stating that refills at a Veterans Affairs hospital weren't free before given the several hundred-dollar fine Wednesday. CHARLESTON, S.C. — A man who helped himself to a refill of his 89-cent drink at a Veterans Affairs hospital found it cost a lot more than he expected when he was f...

image 17 April 2014, 20:23 GM's recalled Cobalt was a failure from the start

The automaker never really wanted to build the compact sedan, and it showed. Critics and car buyers alike reacted with little enthusiasm for the vehicle. "They couldn't stop making them," said Kelley Blue Book analyst Karl Brauer, "but they stopped caring about doing a good job on them." GM (GM, Fortune 500) now admits it should have fixed a faulty...

image 17 April 2014, 19:54 Former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb arrested

Multiple news outlets in Arizona are reporting that former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb has been arrested in the Phoenix area. So far, two Phoenix TV stations - ABC affiliate KNXV and independent station KTVK - have posted mugshots of McNabb that they say came from the Maricopa County sheriff's office. No further information has been confirmed...

image 17 April 2014, 19:53 Looming draft deadline isn’t rushing Cats into hasty decisions

Ten days have passed since Kentucky’s final game of the season and only nine days remain before UK’s remaining draft-eligible players have to make a decision on their future. The math will tell you that there isn’t a lot of time left for what figures to be six more players to make a decision before the NBA early-entry deadline, but John Calipari is...

image 17 April 2014, 19:42 Judge won't order recalled GM cars to be parked

DETROIT (AP) — A Texas federal judge has denied an emergency motion that would have forced General Motors to tell owners of more than 2 million recalled cars to stop driving them until the ignition switches are replaced. U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos issued her order Thursday in Corpus Christi. Attorney Robert Hilliard, who represents so...

image 17 April 2014, 19:28 Young declares for NBA Draft

James Young became the first Wildcat from the 2013-14 team to declare for the NBA Draft, announcing Thursday that he will forego his sophomore season to pursue his professional dreams. “My time at Kentucky has been special to me, something I’ll always treasure, but I feel that I’m ready to take the next step to the NBA,” Young said. “I’ve learned m...

image 17 April 2014, 19:25 Sriracha Factory Moving? Texas, Arizona, New Mexico Court Huy Fong Foods While Company Considers Alternative Locations

Huy Fong Foods officials are mulling whether to move their Irwindale, Calif., factory to an alternative location. Sriracha hot sauce creator David Tran told the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday that the company has received multiple offers from politicians and businesspeople hoping to house Huy Fong's manufacturing plant. Tran said he has invited lea...

image 17 April 2014, 19:19 Kittens accidentally packed in box, shipped

Felines survive the ride from L.A. to San Diego Two kittens are safe after they were found inside a box that was shipped from Los Angeles to a Cox Communications office near San Diego, Calif. A Cox employee discovered the kittens when he opened a box that contained fiberglass equipment, KGTV reports. The newborns were curled up in the corner of the...