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Conservationists hope they can push the massive whales into the water in time: "We're preparing for a big few days"
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including a "gato malo," poppin' fried gnocchi and snoring like an airplane. Plus, Hello Denizen premieres Tiny Hamsters on a Tiny Date.
DateBritishGuys.com is part of a growing trend in niche dating sites that cater to users with very specific tastes. CBS News' Parvati Shallow checks out who's using it and why.
Here's what to expect from the president at Friday's Silicon Valley cybersecurity summit
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos
Whether your dream date is a dashing Prince Charming, a nice farm girl or a fellow vegan, here's where to find them
The bald eagle is making a comeback in parts of the country, but conservationists remain concerned about their future. CBS News' Bigad Shaban reports.
Our national symbol was nearly decimated in the 1960s, but because of one crucial move, their numbers are flying high again
On the fifth anniversary of NASA's launch of the Solar Dynamics Observatory, the agency released a video of the observatory's most spectacular images of the sun.
You may not have started on your taxes yet, but fraudsters have; watch out for these phish-y emails
A new study found that water shortages in parts of the U.S. droughts will be worse than any seen in the past 1,000 years
Researchers at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna have completed the first study showing that dogs can interpret the facial expressions of another species -- humans.
NASA captured five years' worth of amazing footage of the sun in a stunning, explosive five minutes
A new study shows for the first time that dogs are able to recognize human emotion through our facial expressions
With Facebook's new "Legacy Contact," users can now designate an executor of their online estates
The vehicle is expected to compete in both cost and driving range with much pricier electric cars on the market
Your Facebook page can live on after you're gone. The social media site is allowing its users to designate a so-called "legacy contact," someone who can manage your page after you die. CNET's Bridget Carey joins CBSN with more.
A cell phone video is driving a federal lawsuit in Oregon, where a Portland woman is suing the city. Carrie Medina says police took her phone after she used it to record and broadcast the arrest of a man two years ago. Ben Tracy reports on the rocky history between police and civilian cell phones.
Twitter and other companies are setting traps to see if workers can spot scam emails; "New employees fall for it all the time"
It may seem like the perfect match online, but how do you know your dream date isn't married, a con artist, or worse? Maria Coder, author of "InvestiDate: How to Investigate your Date," offers some words of warning and practical advice for vetting people you meet online.