Published May 22, 2012
When brothers Jake and Matt Schmitt set out looking for an adventure, studying aboard like other college students wasn't enough. They wanted "crazier stories to tell."
Published April 01, 2011
Thousands of college students around the country have spent the past two years designing and building entire solar-powered homes to compete in the 2011 >U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon in Washington, D.C. later this year.
Published September 26, 2010
Some college football players are carrying a few grams of extra gear this season, and it could save their lives -- and yours, too. The incredibly low-tech plastic ICEDOT chip grants access to an incredibly high-tech world of info through a unique eight-digit number that medics can text to receive a patient’s complete health information in seconds.
Published September 14, 2010
It's one piece, lightweight, and hands-free -- sort of. University of South Florida researchers are testing a golf-specific prosthetic device. It's the first in what the researchers hope will be a new field: sport-specific artificial limbs.
Published July 15, 2010
Some local officials are spending freely to post street signs that let people know the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act -- better known as the stimulus bill -- has funded a highway project in a local neighborhoods, an expense that has Republicans blistering over why taxpayer money is being used to promote how taxpayer money is being used.
Published July 13, 2010
They may call it the "Land of the Pure," but Pakistan turns out to be anything but. The Muslim country, which has banned content on at least 17 websites to block offensive and blasphemous material, is the world's leader in online searches for pornographic material, FoxNews.com has learned.
Published June 17, 2010
A Florida Panhandle community that's been victimized by the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico says it can fight the destruction of its beaches and waterways better than the federal government -- but it's left with one problem: "Who will pay the bill?
Published May 28, 2010
As the nation celebrates Memorial Day and remembers America’s fallen heroes, military cemeteries will be awash with red, white and blue. Plans to prepare the graves have been months in the making.