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"Spoofing" is the latest trick from telemarketers. Lawmakers want to know why most phone companies aren't using the technology that blocks them
Italian astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti gives a tour of the "hygiene corner" on the International Space Station and demonstrates how to wash with soap and water that won't stay put.
Nick Dietz compiles some of the latest and greatest viral videos
So far, the cost of cleaning up the oil pipeline breach in on the Central California coastline has cost millions a day with no end in sight
Zero gravity throws hygiene for a loop, but as this video peek inside the ISS shows, where there's a washcloth, there's a way
Often touted as a panacea for employers, tech can just as easily get in the way of getting things done
It would take about one billion Earths to fill the voluminous ring
Recently unsealed court documents show the trail of a celebrity photo-hacking scandal led the FBI to a small brick home in Chicago
The EPA is proposing to regulate emissions from airplanes, saying they are a threat to human health and the environment
More than a third of all companies will be out of business in the next 10 years, according to the outgoing CEO of Cisco, John Chambers. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins CBSN with more on what companies need to do to survive.
As government develops new rules for flying tech, 3D Robotics CEO Chris Anderson says issue is not a "law problem, but an enforcement problem"
A new highly-reflective paint designed by an auto manufacturer could keep roads safer
Researchers find that humans' closest relatives also partake in "adult beverages"
A clear, washable spray-on product called Life Paint could help keep bicyclists safe on the roads at night. It makes skin, clothing or equipment glow in the dark. CBS News' Jonathan Vigliotti reports from London.
The tech giant's latest updates to the iPhone and iPad mostly just help the tech giant catch up with the competition
A Georgia boy and his father were waist-deep in the water fishing in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida, when lightning knocked the boy unconscious. As Loren Korn reports, the boy survived.
Internet giant Amazon posted a job for a television producer to help develop a live streaming service but took the posting down once people began to notice. CNET senior editor Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with more about Amazon's latest idea.
"The trouble with girls" in labs is that they cause romantic entanglements and cry, a British Nobel Prize winner said
A new drone from a pioneering American company hopes to raise the bar on aerial photography while making it easier. 3D Robotics’ Solo drone carries two computers and a GoPro camera, resulting in cinematic views that used to be the domain of helicopters and Hollywood movie crews. 3D Robotics CEO Chris Anderson joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss how this could change views on unmanned aircraft.
A Northwestern study out this month shows nearly a third of teens surveyed use what they learn online to live better -- drinking less soda, eating healthier and exercising to fight depression. But there's a groundbreaking way for teens to find high-tech help when they need it urgently. Jim Axelrod gets an inside look at the Crisis Text Line, only on "CBS This Morning."