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NASA experts thought the telescope would never work again; now it's finding new worlds and proving the skeptics wrong
New research finds that the crust of the Earth is rising as the country's ice caps dwindle
The Kepler telescope has discovered planets and stars that are possibly similar to our own. They are so distant that artist renderings of what they might be like are the best illustrations
Numbering perhaps only 200, this rare African cat is hard to spot and prefers to do its prowling after dark
Whale watchers in California's Monterey Bay spotted a rare white dolphin swimming with grey Risso's dolphins.
A California whale watching company spotted the juvenile swimming with a group of gray dolphins
The University of Phoenix Stadium's upgraded lights will use 85 percent less power than standard bulbs
At select stores, a new technology is wowing customers, solving one of shopping's most important questions
Hip-hop star says he sees strong future growth potential with Aspiro
A new study concluded that just a few "anonymized" credit card purchases is enough to figure out most people's identities
Over 1,000 turtles rendered immobile by the cold in November and December have been cared for and returned to the water
It's not your average mirror at Neiman Marcus; it's actually a giant video screen and camera. A shopper who tried it out was able to see her outfit from 360 degrees and compare clothing options side by side. Ben Tracy reports.
The launch of a NASA climate research satellite, set for Friday morning, was scrubbed for the second day in a row
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including rabbit beer delivery, Lars Andersen's amazing archery and a school snow day sing-along. Plus, unsuspecting riders experience the silent power of Tesla Model S P85D's "insane" mode.
Researchers say men who posted more selfies to social media than others scored higher on measures of psychopathy and narcissism
Delaware looks to be the first state to put your license on your smartphone
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos
WorkMail will compete directly with corporate email and document storage from Microsoft and Google
FTC settles charges with the operator a website that published compromising photos of women without their knowledge