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
More than 40 percent of people worry that privacy invasions outweigh the benefits of using drones for commercial purposes
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including a tortoise helping out his friend, Google's Year in Search 2014 and awesome people doing awesome things. Plus, a human-animal hybrid holiday feast.
23-year-old launches site to help find "hidden city" airline tickets, creating turbulence with travel industry giants
Amazon introduced it's new delivery program "Prime Now." The idea is that consumers can have packages within an hour. Right now the program is only available in certain parts of New York, but Amazon says it will expand next year. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman tells CBSN about the pilot program.
Researchers say rising sea levels could inundate most major cities on U.S. coasts with regular flooding by 2050
It's the second breach this year at a major firm handling national security background checks for workers at federal agencies
NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko are getting ready for a one-year stay on the space station
Tim Cook's donation towards the campaign is intended to encourage acceptance of the LGBT community in three southern states
Researchers discovered that birds in Tennessee flew nearly 1,000 miles to avoid a raft of tornadoes that eventually killed 35 people
As the FBI continues investigating, some clues - but not all - point toward the suspected nation
Scott Kelly discusses his forthcoming one-year stay at the International Space Station, which could help scientists learn more about the impact of living and working in space for longer durations of time.
Online retail giant rolled out the service, known as Prime Now, to select areas of Manhattan on Thursday
Technical issues, holiday scheduling and orbital constraints forced SpaceX to delay Friday's launch until early January
As high school seniors across the country send in their college applications, there is growing concern over the impact their social media presence can have on their chances of getting in. Adriana Diaz reports from Dallas on a new study showing that more admissions officers are paying attention.