Nick Dietz compiles some of the latest and greatest viral videos, including a tiny hamster becoming a giant monster and a mashup of 25 super catchy company jingles.
Support for a controversial process that purifies wastewater into drinking water is gaining momentum in California despite a major "gross" factor. With the state’s drought drying out reservoirs, the governor is pushing for alternative water-saving measures that include so-called "toilet to tap" programs. Chelsea Edwards shows us a pioneering water treatment facility in Orange County.
Nick Dietz compiles some of the latest and greatest viral videos
As the historic drought continues, alternative water-saving measures include turning wastewater into drinking water
Astronaut Ed White was reluctant to return from his historic trip outside the space capsule - and had trouble getting back in
With ribbonlike plumage modern birds can only dream of, the 115-million-year-old find is unique in that part of the world
The company is expected to reveal details of its Spotify-competitor service next week
The particle collider at CERN is gearing up to restart science experiments for the first time in over two years
Ian Wright's company Wrightspeed sells electric powertrains that convert noisy, gas-guzzling trucks into clean machines
June 6th marks the 50th anniversary of the day astronaut Ed White made the first ever U.S. spacewalk; we celebrate with highlights of America's odyssey in space since then
Researchers at the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science are creating their own hurricanes in a state-of-the-art lab. Forecasters predict fewer storms this year because of a combination of El Niño and cooler ocean temperatures, but they also warn a quiet season can produce a devastating hurricane. The Atlantic hurricane season enters day two, and Mark Strassmann is in Miami with the experiments that could end up saving lives.
Nick Dietz compiles some of the latest and greatest viral videos, including a cat that locks itself in the closet and an inspirational speech by Shia LaBeouf that's spreading like wildfire.
Researchers are creating their own storms in a state of the art lab, and that could end up saving lives
Google Photos incorporates amazing pattern recognition and image retrieval technology that has applications well beyond this new app
After protests, officials at the University of Hawaii have made plans to decommision some of the telescopes on Mauna Kea
Korean giant's smartphone edges out the iPhone in national ranking, while Microsoft and Blackberry are lapped
Climatologists believe they have an explanation for why the current global weather pattern seems to be prone to repetition
In her Twitter debut, Caitlyn (formerly Bruce) Jenner set a world record, beating President Barack Obama's time to the milestone
Up to 20 percent of your electric bill is going to power things like cable boxes, TVs, computers and gaming consoles. All those electronics use a lot of electricity -- even when they're off. CBS News' Julie Watts found some clever ways to save.
"Vampire" electronics, such as TVs and cable boxes, can use as much electricity as two refrigerators - even when they're off