The soprano will not be flying to the space station this fall, she says, citing "personal family reasons"
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"What we know now is the ice shelf is subject to a two-pronged attack from above and below," says the author of a new study
Cellphone "right to know" law will arm consumers with safety information, but it could face legal challenge
Honeybee deaths are on the rise across the country, according to a new survey
Coffee retailer confirms reports of thefts, but says its mobile app remains secure
The physics superstar will share the stage with rockstars at the five-day UK festival
A Central American island called Barro Colorado Island has thousands of birds, insects and amphibians that are studied and preserved, and it's one of the world's most important tropical research facilities. Major Garrett reports on the scientific jewel of the Smithsonian institution.
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Sitting in the middle of one of the modern wonders of the world, Barro Island has attracted scientists from all over since 1923
After a user drew an Android robot urinating on an Apple logo in Google Maps, the world's editing privileges have been revoked
Three astronauts will have to spend an extra month in orbit on the ISS
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Intel cofounder Gordon Moore says his 1965 prediction about the growth of processing power was made looking only 10 years out
Federal agency says consumers due $120 million in refunds after telecoms let their customers be illegally billed by third parties
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Your next computer could just cost you just $9. CNET's Bridget Carey joins CBSN with more on why it's gaining popularity on Kickstarter.