Facebook Live is one of the go-to places for anyone to stream video. Witnesses to the Philando Castile shooting in Falcon Heights, Minn., and the attack on police in Dallas streamed live video from their smartphones, exposing the violence to millions online. CBS News contributor and NewYorker.com editor Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how technology is changing the way we view news.
Critics says weaponized robots - like the one used to kill the Dallas sniper - belong in the military, but police officials call them an effective tool to neutralize a dangerous situation
Police say four men used the newly-released "Pokemon Go" app to lure potential victims to traps near St. Louis
"Bill Nye the Science Guy" has gone from changing the way kids look at science to trying to change the way some adults deal with climate change. It's a campaign that's driven by pure passion, as he explains to Rita Braver.
One-hundred-and-sixty years ago today, Nikola Tesla was born to a Serbian family in southeastern Europe. The scientist and budding engineer made breakthroughs in radio and electricity that are still making waves today, as Charles Osgood reports.
The TV science show host is asked his take on a number of science topics from correspondent Rita Braver.
Inside the U.S. government's campaign to stop the spread of ISIS propaganda
Advocating for science, he's become politicized - and that OK with him
On July 10, 1856, the scientist and revolutionary electrical engineer was born in southeastern Europe
The road to the Olympics in Rio de Janerio has been a bumpy one to say the least, plagued by worries about Zika, doping, water pollution, street violence and construction delays. But now, with the summer games opening in less than a month, there's a new concern -- cybercrime. Devin Redmond, vice president and general manager of social media security at the leading cybersecurity company Proofpoint joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss how cybercriminals are exploiting the Olympic games.
Russian Soyuz spacecraft featuring variety of upgrades delivers three fresh crew members to International Space Station
Ankle injuries, mishaps with revolving doors, tree collisions: players on the new "augmented reality" game are having a rough go
Live streaming videos and social media have turned everyday citizens into reporters and witnesses in a whole new way
Is there life on other planets? Rita Braver asks the TV science show host.
Police tactical experts say they haven't before seen the use of a robot with an explosive device to kill a barricaded suspect
In difficult times, people are uniting on social media
A peaceful protest over recent police shootings turned violent in Dallas when shots were fired; 11 officers were shot, 3 killed
Astronomers have spotted a planet that has triple sunrises and sunsets for part of the year and nonstop daylight at other times
The nation saw record-breaking temperatures last month, and the cost of weather disasters is adding up
A collection of Neanderthal remains dug up in Belgium reveal evidence of cannibalism among this now-extinct human species