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Community Health, which owns, leases or operates 206 hospitals in 29 states, says the attack may have happened in April or June
If implemented, new car tech could save 1,083 lives, according to government officials
Cambridge looking to identify ways of keeping chocolate-based foods from melting in warm climates
Even as the popularity of companies like Uber and Airbnb takes off, the benefits for workers are mixed
Engine technology, designed by a British company, could find soon itself in U.S. military aircraft
Two Russian cosmonauts ventured outside the International Space Station Monday to launch a small "nanosatellite," to replace external experiments and to carry out routine maintenance.
State-of-the-art plant holds "the highest lethality potential" of the many solar projects in deserts of California, federal commission warns
Erik Finman is the precocious founder of Botangle, an online education program that links students with instructors around the world
Despite stricter anti-poaching laws and increased wildlife protection, African elephants could become functionally extinct in our lifetime due to humans' uncontrolled lust for ivory
The smart helmet from Skully hits stores in 2015, but pre-orders for the device are off to a roaring start. Don Ford from KPIX in San Francisco reports.
Apps like Day One and VCSO Cam can make vacations easier and more enjoyable
The world is big enough for the two rival companies, but there's not much market share left over
A rare sight occurred at the Space Center Houston today as a team of engineers hoisted the shuttle Independence replica onto a 747. It was no easy task. KHOU's Andrew Horansky reports.
Is the tech giant set to change the kind of glass it uses in its smartphones and other devices?
After a series of recent cyber-security breaches -- including reports that a group of hackers stole more than a billion usernames and passwords -- it's more important than ever to secure your online accounts. Remembering unique passwords can be difficult, so CBS News' Marlie Hall looks at how a password manager can help.
Exploring a shipwreck at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, researchers found a 200-year-old bottle of alcohol intact
SmartThings, an open platform for smart devices, is bought out two years after it launched with a Kickstarter campaign
Apple rumors heat up as the date for the new iPhone announcement draws closer
Remembering lots of unique passwords can be difficult, but password manager services can help
Researchers at Harvard University have assembled the world's first mini-robot flash mob. The tiny bots, called Kilobots, can organize themselves and move into formation, correcting course as they go.