In Silicon Valley where women often struggle to get to the top, Parisa Tabriz has become a role model. At any other company, she might be called "security manager," but at Google, she has the self-appointed title of "security princess." Tabriz presides over a team of 30 hackers. John Blackstone reports.
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including a lion opening a car door, a flight attendant dancing and a magic door prank. Plus, female comedy trio SketchShe pays homage to a Queen classic.
In the heartland of high-tech, where women often struggle to get to the top, Parisa Tabriz is hacking past barriers
"Essentially a flawless delivery of our four satellites" to study powerful interactions between Earth's and sun's magnetic fields
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos
Scientists used carbon dating to trace the Bavarian beer hall snack to the 1700s
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope confirmed there is a deep saltwater ocean below the crust of the solar system's largest moon
The "Iron Man" and "Avengers" star partnered with a maker of bionic limbs to give a 7-year-old boy an amazing new arm
Take a virtual trek through the mountains of Nepal, visit a monastery and stop by a "yak parking lot"
A study found members of one group use more positive language and "smile more genuinely"
This 2005 "CBS Evening News" story profiled what college students thought about the new website and includes an interview with a young Mark Zuckerberg
A $1.1 billion mission focused on magnetic field activity that disrupts power grids and drives aurora lights is set for launch
Among the "shocking" findings: The 480-million-year-old sea monster had twice as many legs as researchers expected
U.S. Department of Energy predicts wind power could grow sevenfold by mid-century, saving billions of tons of carbon emisisons
After investors raised the question earlier this week, there is plenty of speculation but few solid clues
Google's first retail store has opened in London. CNET's Bridget Carey joins CBSN with more on what it's selling.
A new chat app called Slack is a messaging app for the office. As CNET's Bridget Carey reports for CBSN, it aims to replace email altogether.
The complex operations required an exotic consultant surgeon, a veterinarian and a nurse to monitor their heart rates
High-speed rail has had a difficult time catching on in the U.S. The White House unveiled its vision for new train corridors in 2009, but so far, there has been little progress. Top speed on Amtrak Acela trains only reaches about 150 miles per hour, but now there are high speed rail projects underway in the country that will go 50 miles per hour faster. The people pushing the projects forward believe the idea of high-speed rail in the U.S. has finally turned the corner. Jeff Pegues reports.
Just days after the company debuted the Apple Watch, some investors now want to steer the tech giant toward the auto industry. Two investors at the annual meeting this week made it clear they want Apple to buy electric carmaker Tesla. Apple CEO Tim Cook sidestepped the question. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the speculation.