NOAA projects that 2015 will bring a global bleaching event that will imperil vital coral reefs for the third time in a decade
NASA cameras captured a very bright meteor at the Allegheny Observatory near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The fireball was seen over New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania around 4:45 am Tuesday.
After only a few years in business, the Internet company is already one of the most richly valued startups in the world
A news study finds that marijuana switches the function of neurons in the brain, making you go from satisfied to starving
Facebook's chief product officer thinks virtual reality is the future of social networking: "You'll do it, Beyonce will do it"
Apple is set to release a new smartwatch, but there are reports that it will not have a health-tracking function. CNET senior editor Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN to explain why.
Facebook wants to generate more smartphone content. CNET senior editor Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with more on how the social media giant plans to do that.
Snapchat could soon be worth $19 billion. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Elaine Quijano have more on how the messaging app is in talks with fund managers.
NASA video caught the 500-pound fireball as it streaked across the sky at 45,000 miles an hour Tuesday
It's not a bird or a plane, but a blimp in the sky, floating over Maryland's Baltimore suburbs. It's the newest security system launched by the Army to protect major cities along the East Coast, and it can detect everything from a cruise missile to a large drone. Chip Reid reports on the fears of how it could be used for other purposes.
Watch how the high-tech blimp is maintained by a low-tech slingshot system developed to knock frozen precipitation off the tail fins. Chip Reid reports.
Tens of millions of people from Maine to the Carolinas are shivering through some of the coldest temperatures in decades
Looking for a little silence? Head here, not there
The Cloud Appreciation Society is hoping to get their cloud officially recognized by the World Meteorological Association
Animal rights activists say advances almost eliminate the need for research dogs, some of which live their entire lives in a lab
Cybersecurity researchers draw a shocking path from espionage-enabled computer hardware to the federal government
With spear guns and nets, divers take part in lionfish derbies to stem the invasive species' spread; and later, there's ceviche
By programming an autonomous car with biological and decision-making data collected from actual race car drivers, one Stanford University professor is designing a car that drives itself like a professional would.
More than 3 tons of food, fuel and other essential cargo arrives at the International Space Station
Scientists are harnessing the vital signs and brain waves of professional racers to design a smarter self-driving car