A SpaceX Dragon cargo ship, wrapping up the company's fourth operational mission to deliver supplies to the space station, returned to Earth
With marijuana now legal in Colorado, the Denver Police Department is concerned that pot-infused candy will be handed out to kids on Halloween. Now, as KCNC's Brian Maass reports, a local company has developed a test kit to detect the drug in treats.
An unprecedented view of the intricate processes that happen within a cell
In his debut on the social network Friday, Hawking told fans and friends, "Be curious, I know I will forever be"
Rooms, a new iPhone app from Facebook, recalls the nameless, faceless chat rooms of old
A powerful new microscope developed by 2014 Nobel Prize-winning scientist Eric Betzig, Ph.D., creates beautiful, technicolor videos of cells and molecules.
The moon's shadow crossed over the sun in a partial solar eclipse this week
The European Space Agency tests out the Gandolfi space suit
Hints of horse urine and whiffs of rotten eggs, an ESA space probe report describes the unique fragrance of a comet hurtling through space
Native to New Zealand, the tuatara is the only remaining species of a type of reptile that went extinct 60 million years ago
China's Chang'e 5 T1 spacecraft will loop around the moon and back to Earth to test high-speed re-entry technology
"We needed the best actor on the board in a certain age range, and that's Chris Bale," the screenwriter said
The Facebook CEO brought down the house when he broke out in Mandarin at a Beijing university
A third grader in Austin, Texas is at the top of his game in cyber-security. He has his own company and speaks at nationwide conferences. KEYE's Adam Racusin introduces us to this computer whiz kid.
Facebook CEO and Co-founder, Mark Zuckerberg gave his first ever public Q&A in Chinese at Tsinghua University in Beijing. He explains why he decided to learn Mandarin.
The app combs through messages and pulls out important details, like the time of your dinner reservation tonight
New data shows just how widespread harassment and threats are online, and who is most likely to be a target
Northern California receives half of the country's tech funding, but some surprising cities are also drawing attention from venture capitalists
Engineers at Google believe email is outdated and has not evolved to reflect our changing needs. Now Google is trying to make email more efficient with a new app called "Inbox." NewYorker.com editor Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how his test run went with the new program.
The city's Office of Emergency Management ran a training exercise Wednesday that simulated a response to a nuclear explosion in Times Square