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New research has found that some Greenland sharks may be older than the United States. Scientists estimate the sharks, which live in the north Atlantic, can live to about 400 years. Charlie D'Agata reports on how this revelation could help scientists learn more about aging in humans.
Seeing the national park in daylight is only half the story as we watched astronomers gathered for a "Star Party"
The company will flag emails in two dangerous scenarios involving untrustworthy links and sketchy senders
NOAA is out with a new forecast for the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season
Brain training therapy, including virtual reality walking, helped kick-start connections between brain and body
Here's how you can watch the Perseid meteor shower streak across the sky as it hits its peak
Barbra-Lyn Schaeffer moved to tiny Canadian village for peace and quiet, but she's become mired in digital monsterdom
Thousands of refugees in northern France rely on Internet access and mobile tech for human contact
Olympics fans and athletes alike were surprised to see the diving pool turn a mysterious, murky green shade
New research challenges the commonly accepted story of the continent's earliest people
Humpbacks are normally adaptable -- but a new study points to a surprising factor that might be disrupting their ability to feed
What is the black crud engulfing one of the nation's most hallowed monuments?
Two upcoming cargo flights to the space station have been delayed because of technical issues, but two spacewalks remain on track
A new version of the Chrome browser, due out in December, will replace the once-popular Flash plug-in
We're all familiar with fruit-flavored candy, but what about candy-flavored fruit? Two California farmers are enjoying the sweet success of growing grapes with unexpected tastes. One variety even mimics the flavor of cotton candy. Carter Evans visited their farm to see how they do it, and what other treats they have on the vine.
Facebook is taking on software that shuts out advertisements. Ad-blocking software removes commercial posts from your page, but the world's biggest social network is making it more difficult for ad blockers to distinguish between ads and user content. NewYorker.com editor and CBS News contributor Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the shift.
Concerns are growing over the possibility of a hacked presidential election. Roughly 70 percent of states in the U.S. use some form of electronic voting. Hackers tell CBS News problems with electronic voting machines have been around for years, but now with millions heading to the polls in three months, security experts are sounding the alarm. Mireya Villarreal reports.
With millions heading to the polls in three months, concerns are growing over the possibility of a rigged presidential election
Some 450,000 condoms have been allocated for athletes in Rio, more than three times as many as in London