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As America's hunger for electrical power continues to grow, new technologies help keep up with demand
From the moonshot to the space shuttle, the Atlantic Ocean has served as a safety barrier, but now it's threatening launch infrastructure
Climate change threatens NASA's launch pads in Florida. Nearly 100 feet of beach that served as a buffer between the Atlantic and the launch pads has been lost since 2003. Vicente Arenas reports from the Kennedy Space Center.
Visually stunning video captures Boston from a beautiful, unique and breathtaking perspective. Take a brand new look at Bean Town through a jaw-dropping reimagining of time-lapse known as "layer-lapse." Video courtesy of Julian Tryba. Become of fan of Julian on his Facebook page.
Life-size 3D-printed heart model lets surgeons figure out how to fix heart defect before they operate
California photographer Gregg Segal photographed family, friends and neighbors in their weekly trash to show how much waste humans create.
Shoppers looking for a one-of-kind tech gift have plenty on offer, from a haute couture smartwatch to a surfboard-mounted camera
Ultra-fast Internet has arrived in Austin, Texas. Google Fiber is now releasing its pricing plan and opened up sign-ups for its internet service. CNET Senior Editor Jeff Bakalar joins "CBSN" with more.
Facebook is looking to take over the picture-sharing world. The social media site has re-launched its "Slingshot" app, with some major improvements. CNET Senior Editor Jeff Bakalar joins "CBSN" with the details.
Multiple devices, data plan overages and ever-higher fees are just some of the things helping to drain household budgets
In a critical first step to Mars, NASA successfully launched and tested the Orion spacecraft. The goal is for the capsule to transport humans to and from the Red Planet in the future.
NASA's Orion spacecraft has successfully launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida. CBS News correspondent Chip Reid joins CBSN from the Kennedy Space Center with the latest.
NASA released a new time-lapse animation of data from NOAA's GOES-West satellite to provide a good picture of why the U.S. West Coast continues to experience record rainfall. Watch the storm's movement from Nov. 30 to Dec. 3.
New research says ants and other insects play a significant role in cleaning up after the city's litterbugs
The successful test mission of NASA's deep space exploration program is seen as a critical step toward one day sending astronauts to Mars
Satellite images show the movement of Pacific weather systems causing record rainfall in California
If you're looking for a gift that's sure to impress, CNET.com's Sumi Das looks at some high-tech gadgets that may be worth the splurge in this CNET holiday gift guide.
Noticing wiggling in the belly of the beached shark, the good Samaritan used a pocketknife to free three live babies, then released them in the water
The faces of a decade-long class action lawsuit alleging iPods blocked non-iTunes music may own devices not covered by the suit
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including a baby monkey getting a toothbrush massage, how to remove a Mo-vember mustache and a giant panda playing in the snow. Plus, a Japanese LTE provider gives a whole new meaning to "fast food."