Eroded by heavy rains, beaches and cliffs along the Pacific coast are revealing fossil finds dating back millions of years
The country's Internet went dark Monday, prompting experts to wonder whether the outage was a result of a cyberattack
Colo, a Western lowland gorilla, is celebrating with cake made of peanut butter, applesauce, honey, carrots and Greek yogurt
The FAA and industry groups are rolling out guidelines to help amateur pilots stay safe and keep out of trouble
The company has released a list of stores where hacking software was detected, affecting shoppers from July through September
Apple is about to set a new record this holiday season. The company is expecting sell 67 million smartphones in December, thanks to the success of their latest iPhone. CNET Editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBSN" with more on why the iPhone 6 is so popular.
Use food science to get just the right balance of chewy, crispy and cakey in your holiday baked goods
Inside Microsoft's device laboratory, hundreds of designers are working to perfect something we've all been using since grade school
The plight of the war-torn country's youngest victims led a British student to create something that could save thousands of babies
Response that appears to be from hackers comes after FBI says North Korea was responsible for attack
Just this week NBC joined CBS, ABC and HBO in offering live streaming of its programming to computers, smartphones and other mobile devices. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss this change.
Response comes after U.S. blames dictatorship of Kim Jong Un for hacking that escalated to terrorist threats
Visually stunning hyper-lapse video shows off the bursts of color dotting the landscape of Amsterdam during the third installment of its Light Festival. Video courtesy of film maker Jack Fisher. Follow him on Twitter and Vimeo, and like him on Facebook.
Researchers found that adults in their forties and fifties were four times more likely to swerve while texting than younger drivers
The ruling comes after two states legalized the hunting and trapping of wolves, which resulted in the killing of 1,500 animals
Shale oil producers could lose business if oil prices stay below $60
After accidents that dumped tons of coal ash into U.S. rivers, the new rules would allow for the closure of contaminating disposal sites
A study finds that intercontinental travel is helping the microscopic stowaways extend their reach around the globe
The cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment exposed a raft of embarrassing emails and was blamed for scuttling a movie premiere
Instagram deletes spam accounts leading to a shake up that has knocked Bieber from top-Instagrammer glory