A new poll suggests Americans are open to slightly higher bills to curb the hazards of global warming
The 18-year-old isn't happy with her parents' social media activity, so she takes the legal route
DigitalGlobe's WorldView-4 satellite will provide private-sector commercial imagery capable of detecting features just 12 inches across
Marine scientist: “It pains you to the core to know that these animals might be gone in a generation or two”
"We are not fully prepared" for the threat of an asteroid strike, says President Obama's chief science adviser
China's Tiangong-2 spacelab will serve as a base for rotating crews before assembly of a large space station begins in the early 2020s
Samsung has recalled the affected phones which have flaw in the lithium ion battery, which is popular for it's light weight and storage ability
Samsung is blaming a manufacturing flaw for causing some of its Galaxy Note 7 phones to catch fire. The government is warning owners to turn them off. The same kind of batteries power most everything in our mobile world, so Jericka Duncan found out more about them.
A growing concern this election year is that Russian hackers may try to tamper with election systems, releasing information for their agenda. CIA Director John Brennan said Russian hackers have been breaking into U.S. political websites for years, and more hacks are likely, reports Jeff Pegues.
Some surprising factors may influence how people perceive their own level of intoxication
Tech could make a crucial difference for refugees trapped between Hungary and Serbia — but more often falls frustratingly short
Gravitational forces that create high tides during full and new moons could also intensify earthquakes
The live-stream app comes just as Twitter begins its live streams of 10 NFL Thursday Night Football games
A new study in the journal Nature may explain the coloring on Pluto's frozen moon
Some Internet freedom advocates are comparing it to China's Internet censorship system
One of America's best-known scientists discusses great moments from his Emmy-nominated talk show, and what's missing in this presidential campaign
Team of 5 were trapped in Arctic weather station by hungry bears that ate their dog, but help has come by helicopter
Apple's latest operating system has lots of bells and whistles you can try out after you hit "update"
A Silicon Valley startup aims to transform the pizzeria into an autonomous kitchen -– just the first wave of its kind
Blue Origin's massive new rocket "New Glenn" will rival SpaceX's Flacon 9 rocket in a new kind of space race. Chief astronomer at The Franklin Institute and Planetarium director Derrick Pitts joins CBSN with more.