The typical college campus has classrooms, favorite hangouts - and even tanning salons.
A new study found 12 percent of the top colleges and universities in the U.S. have tanning facilities located right on campus.
More than 40 percent have tanning beds in off-campus housing, and it's almost always a free perk for tenants.
Dermatologists say ultraviolet radiation -- from both the sun and tanning beds -- is responsible for a recent rise in deadly melanoma in young people.
The Indoor Tanning Association disagrees.
The Wallops Incident Response Team completed an initial assessment Wednesday of Tuesday evening's catastrophic failure of Orbital Science Corp.’s Antares rocket shortly after liftoff.
A rocket bound for the International Space Station exploded after liftoff Tuesday in Virginia. No one is believed to have been injured. The cause is under investigaiton.
Orbital Sciences Corp.'s unmanned Cygnus capsule holds 5,000 pounds of cargo for NASA, including 32 mini research satellites, a meteor tracker, and a tank of high-pressure nitrogen to replenish a vestibule used by spacewalking astronauts.
Over the weekend, drug retailers CVS and Rite Aid shut the door on a mobile payment system from Google and a new one from Apple even though the systems had been working in stores.
"It's kind of interesting that all of these retailers find Apple Pay a huge threat even though it just launched," said Mark Spoonhauer, editor-in-chief of tech website Tom's Guide.
A moment of silence honored the victim's of Friday's shooting exactly 72 hours after gunshots erupted at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.
The death toll now stands at three - including the shooter - after 14-year-old victim Gia Soriano lost her fight for survival.
Her family, in a statement read by a hospital administrator, tried to turn Gia's loss into hope for others.
A 5-year-old was rushed to Bellevue Hospital overnight by medical teams dressed in full protective gear.
"The child was showing some signs of an illness," said Mayor Bill De Blasio. "Not clear what the illness was, we did the cautious thing and brought the child in under the full protocol."
It's a protocol that has come under fire: specifically, the decision by governors in New York, New Jersey and Illinois to impose a mandatory quarantine on anyone returning to the U.S. who's had direct contact with an Ebola patient in West Africa.
A man is left confused and frustrated after he feels he was denied a job based on his tattoos.