Survey finds texting is common on dates, in the bathroom, at church - and that's not the worst of it
A new study outlines the danger of a monster wave hitting the Northwest - and how fast people will have to move to outrun it
Commercial airlines could be vulnerable to hacking via inflight Wi-Fi. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Elaine Quijano have the details.
Scientists operating a remote-controlled vehicle about 2,000 feet below water get a rare glimpse of a sperm whale. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Elaine Quijano report on the video.
A female western gray whale set a new record swimming from Russia to Mexico and back, a total of 13,988 miles, in 172 days
European antitrust regulators claim the search giant isn't playing fair when it comes to comparing products online
After its fifth season began Sunday, users of a Twitter-owned live-streaming app shared the fantasy drama
Government watchdog warns hackers could use the same Internet-based technology passengers enjoy on flights to bring down a plane
SpaceX successfully sent a space station cargo ship into orbit Tuesday, but couldn't land the rocket's first stage afterward
Teens are broadcasting their lives online, including while asleep in their beds
Family hopes the "power...and goodwill of the Internet" will help with a matter of life or death
The 29-year-old Calif. man told doctors he had played the game on his smartphone all day for nearly two months
New research helps explain the cause of the gigantic storms that occur every few decades
Big Blue is making deals and teaming with other giants to turn its artificial intelligence system into a real Dr. Watson
A new type of fabric is designed to collect and store static electricity in order to give your electronics a power boost
The comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko is raising doubts about a leading theory on how comets, asteroids and planets came to be
Found along with 2,500 other skeletons, the man appeared to have sustained broken bones and other injuries from jousting
"YouNow" is a new app that allows people to live-stream to an audience of strangers. At least a third of the users are teens. CNET's Bridget Carey joins CBSN with potential concerns parents may have.
Ex-Treasury chief Hank Paulson, who helped avert the second Great Depression in 2008, says there's an even more urgent crisis, and we need China's help
United Launch Alliance's Vulcans will replace Delta and Atlas boosters and have reusable engines, rivaling SpaceX rockets