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First it landed on a comet, then it lost power and fell asleep; now it's awake, juiced up and ready for science
Hulu is doubling its efforts to compete with Netflix by making big deals with the traditional TV networks. CNET senior associate editor Iyaz Akhtar joins CBSN with more on the streaming war.
Research shows that the popular guilty pleasure can boost mood and energy levels - and yes, scientists say it's worth serious study
The drones are being used to map sagebrush in Idaho as part of a wildlife strategy
North Carolina has seen three shark attacks in less than a week. Beachgoers across the country are on high alert about what lurks in the waters. One community in California is trying a new tactic to ease swimmers' fears. Ben Tracy reports from Seal Beach, California.
Nick Dietz compiles some of the latest and greatest viral videos, including some fearless kids dealing with a big snake in their tiny pool and a humanoid robot slipping on a Pop-Tart.
The annual Electronic Entertainment Expo, known as E3, introduces a whole array of new products and technologies
NASA Astronaut Terry Virts is back on Earth after a 199-day mission aboard the International Space Station. During his time on the ISS, Virts shared incredible photographs of his view from space. So which image is his favorite? "CBS Evening News" anchor Scott Pelley talked with Virts to find out.
"It doesn't really get any more exciting than this," scientist says of the distant galaxy, which was named for a star athlete
Nick Dietz compiles some of the latest and greatest viral videos
Jaw-dropping new titles debut at E3 2015
Two new studies use origami and accordions as inspiration for next-gen wearable technologies
New evidence in the debate over the presence of water on Mars asserts that 4 billion years ago, the planet was frigid and icy
Astronaut Terry Virts reveals which of his many space photographs is his favorite -- and why
This video from the Monterey Bay Aquarium shows the bright red flapjack octopus, which looks more like a tiny elephant flapping its ears than something from the depths of the ocean
The anonymous octopus is so cute it could be called Opisthoteuthis adorabilis
The company was the target of an attack that compromised some user data
Now one quick search can turn up the calories, fat and nutritional content of popular fast food meals
A team of scientists successfully bred the notoriously difficult to breed cats; there are only about 10,000 left in the wild
A new study finds that as a state's environmentalism grows, greenhouse gases drop