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The hobbyist model drone that crashed on the White House lawn Monday was too small to be detected by a radar. Bill Plante reports on new questions being raised about White House security.
In many big cities, snow plows are now equipped with GPS trackers. The technology used to direct the plows also gives real-time updates on the clean-up effort. Vladimir Duthier reports on PlowNYC, an app that's putting residents in the driver's seat.
Users in four continents affected for roughly 40 minutes
India's prime minister is backing off his holdout stance and discussing how the country could limit its contribution to global warming
Boeing and SpaceX are planning for initial piloted test flights of new International Space Station ferries in 2017, officials say
Aging pipes are leading to a massive loss of revenue and adding to greenhouse gas emissions
A Turkish court ordered censorship of certain Facebook pages and threatened to block the social network as a whole
Winter storms blanket the U.S. and bring cities to a standstill
Security issues can leave older phones and tablets open to hacking
Stargazers may need only binoculars to spot the mountain-sized space rock as it makes its closest flyby of Earth Monday
Sheriffs want Google to turn off the app feature that alerts drivers to police locations, fearing it could aid would-be cop killers
Microsoft has figured out a way to make your phone automatically go silent at the movie theater. The new patented system is called "inconspicuous mode."
Google says there is a security flaw in their older operating systems for Android phones that they will not fix. CNET editor Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with more what that means.
Fierce public resistance in battle against Dengue and chikungunya as many fear insects' altered DNA could enter human bloodstream
For centuries the giant prehistoric monument in southwest England has remained a mystery. Who built Stonehenge? What was its meaning or purpose? Mark Phillips takes us to Stonehenge for a fascinating and revealing report on one of the world's most famous and inscrutable sites.
As ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft gain in popularity, a start-up called Flytenow wants to take that same concept to the skies. But the Federal Aviation Administration has stepped in and shut it down over concerns about regulations. Don Dahler reports.
More and more travelers are choosing to stay in rooms listed on Airbnb as opposed to traditional hotels, to the tune of 37 million room-nights per year. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the phenomenon and what it means for the travel industry.
Taking a test drive in a 3D-printed car It may sound far-fetched, but a driveable vehicle made almost entirely in a 3D printer is in development. The inventors showed it off at the North American Auto Show in Detroit, and Julianna Goldman got a test drive.
Laikas, Lithuanian for "time," is a stunning time-lapse adventure, representing a visual contrast between nature and man-made chaos that reflects on the ever-changing environments in which we live. Directed, Filmed and Edited by John Gvazdinskas, owner of Silent G Productions. Follow him on Twitter, Vimeo and Instagram. Like him on Facebook and connect with him on Google +.
"48 Hours" investigates the mysterious death of a tech executive and his last night with an exotic beauty on his yacht -- captured on video