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A little kitten is now paralyzed following a microchip procedure at a local animal center in Los Angeles, California. Six-week-old Muffin is scheduled to undergo surgery again to try and fix the problem. KCAL's Peter Daut reports.
Launch of an Orbital Sciences Antares rocket carrying a commercial Cygnus cargo ship was scrubbed Monday by a sailboat that strayed into the off-shore danger zone.
Orbital Sciences launch Monday evening should be visible from the Carolinas to New England, if you know where to look
Winners of Wildlife Photographer of the Year photography contest as the competition celebrates 50 years
Some hospitals are turning to biometric technology to verify patients' identities and keep their medical records secure. The chief information officer at NYU Langone Medical Center tells CBS News how their palm scanning system works.
What happens to all your pictures, videos and tweets once you go to the great cyber cafe in the sky? David Pogue shows us options to keep your virtual self alive online after the real you is gone.
A SpaceX Dragon cargo ship, wrapping up the company's fourth operational mission to deliver supplies to the space station, returned to Earth
The star of "The Imitation Game" talks about portraying the math genius who cracked the Nazis' secret code, but whose life had a tragic twist
With marijuana now legal in Colorado, the Denver Police Department is concerned that pot-infused candy will be handed out to kids on Halloween. Now, as KCNC's Brian Maass reports, a local company has developed a test kit to detect the drug in treats.
An unprecedented view of the intricate processes that happen within a cell
Yahoo Tech's David Pogue looks at options to safeguard or share your personal files after you've signed off for good
In his debut on the social network Friday, Hawking told fans and friends, "Be curious, I know I will forever be"
Rooms, a new iPhone app from Facebook, recalls the nameless, faceless chat rooms of old
A powerful new microscope developed by 2014 Nobel Prize-winning scientist Eric Betzig, Ph.D., creates beautiful, technicolor videos of cells and molecules.
The moon's shadow crossed over the sun in a partial solar eclipse this week
A palm scanning system is said to be "100 percent more accurate than fingerprints"
The European Space Agency tests out the Gandolfi space suit
Hints of horse urine and whiffs of rotten eggs, an ESA space probe report describes the unique fragrance of a comet hurtling through space
Native to New Zealand, the tuatara is the only remaining species of a type of reptile that went extinct 60 million years ago
China's Chang'e 5 T1 spacecraft will loop around the moon and back to Earth to test high-speed re-entry technology