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When space tourists take off, they'll need this out-of-this-world glass to toast their trip
Locals on Hawaii's Big Island protested the construction of a $1.4 billion telescope on sacred burial grounds
Archaeologists are using a homemade to survey sites follow the trail of stolen antiquities
The state's landscape is poised to look dramatically different as measures are taken to cut back on water
But if it's any consolation, they do a worse job at it
A star is forming and experts were able to watch its development over nearly two decades
When the brains behind Apple Watch opened up about their process to Wired magazine, some funny details emerged
"Is it the Me Generation gone wild? The height of anti-social behavior? Electronic snobbery?" wondered the "CBS Evening News"
Early risers across the United States should be able to see the event just before sunrise
Wildfires are ravaging the forests, burning faster than at any time in the past 10,000 years
Dating to the 1600s, "the animal was certainly exotic for the people of Tulln. They probably didn't know what to feed it"
California is in the midst of its worst drought ever recorded, and Gov. Jerry Brown is taking unprecedented action by mandating limitations on water use
Viewers of the Animal Planet show come for the heart-pounding adventure, but some stay for host Jeremy Wade's fisherman charm
The New York International Auto Show is a showcase for the hottest new cars and SUVs. It opens Friday to the public. Motor Trend magazine editor-in-chief Ed Loh gives a preview of what the show has in store.
A look at how the social media site has grown and changed the way we share, search, save and shop online
California Gov. Jerry Brown is imposing the state's first mandatory limit on water use. It targets businesses and consumers in cities and towns, but it will not affect the farms that use most of California's water. CBS News contributor and City College of New York physics professor Michio Kaku joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss potential solutions to the water crisis.
Parts of California, Arizona and even Montana had record-high temperatures, with some cities hiting 90 degrees or above
The vehicle guided by a collection of cameras, sensors and GPS arrived in New York following a 3,500-mile journey
Finding instant answers on the Internet doesn't make you a genius, but it might feel that way
The president is declaring a "national emergency" to deal with cybersecurity threats