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"Sunday Morning" takes the measure of the man, born May 24, 1686, who invented the mercury thermometer
Remarkable time-lapse film explores how our world is in constant motion and how we move together with it. Video courtesy of Aaron Keigher. Score composed by Lou Forestieri. Follow Aaron on Facebook and Instagram. And, check out his private tours and photo workshops.
By agreeing to cut water use by 25 percent, farmers avoid deeper, mandatory reductions during June to September growing season
Saturn will be directly opposite the sun in the sky Friday, rising as it sets in the evening and shining brightly all night
A tweeting shark, microscopic beauties and the 10 coolest species you've never heard of (because we didn't know they existed)
Once thought to be stable, the Southern Antarctic Peninsula has melted enough to fill 350,000 Empire State Buildings
Three ways to play Pac-Man for free and without leaving your seat
The action star loves motorcycles so much he co-founded a company to custom-build high-end models
This is what it looks like when you bail out of a space launch, courtesy of Elon Musk and SpaceX
NOAA's summer forecast offers no relief from long-running droughts in California and, more recently, Washington
The auction Friday includes a miniature "Lunar Bible" and a note of thanks for saving the crew's life
A hacker released personal details of 3.5 million members of the popular sex and hookup site Adult FriendFinder
What's Google's next big thing? The tech giant is expected to unveil its latest products at its annual developers conference. CNET's Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with more.
Brighter than 300 trillion suns, it may be anchored by a massive black hole with an insatiable appetite
Nick Dietz compiles some of the latest and greatest viral videos, including some talented border collies strutting their stuff and a cardboard plane that takes flight against all odds. To see these videos in their entirety, click HERE.
FAA says computerized messages will reduce delays during weather events, prevent human error and save time
Dormant for a decade due to funding cuts, the live streams allow up-close views of walruses that few ever see in person
Nick Dietz compiles some of the latest and greatest viral videos
Researchers say they're excited about a new brain implant that allowed a paralyzed patient to control a robotic arm with his mind. Erik Sorto is the first in the world to have this new neural prosthetic device. Elaine Quijano reports.
An injury left Erik Sorto unable to use his arms or legs, but now he's the first to use a device giving him new-found freedom