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Every four years, we have to squeeze an extra leap day into February
"CBS This Morning" digs into what leap years are all about -- and starts with one special woman celebrating her "25th" birthday
Kelly and cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko head home Tuesday after nearly a year aboard the International Space Station
It was the company's third attempt in a row to launch a powerful SES communications satellite
250 million movie buffs visit the Internet Movie Database every month, thanks to a passionate film geek in rural England
A new PBS documentary called “The Human Face of Big Data” deals with how massive amounts of information about us and our worlds are being collected and analyzed
In a court motion, Apple revealed what its engineers would be up against if FBI wins the case
South Korean smartphone maker scores a victory in long-running patent battle with iPhone manufacturer
As his year in space draws to a close, NASA's endurance champ looks forward to the next milestone
U.N. science report has worrisome news about bees and other pollinators essential to global food supplies
Facebook CEO opens up during an hour-long Q&A, as the company rolls out Live Video to millions more users
PayPal co-founder Max Levchin says court order against Apple to unlock San Bernardino terrorist's phone is "unprecedented"
Levchin also co-funded Paypal and was the chairman of Yelp
The tech giant says the government is seeking "dangerous power"
Company asks federal magistrate to reverse her order forcing it to create software to help Justice Dept. hack into terror suspect's locked smartphone
A second attempt to launch a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying a powerful communications satellite was called off at the last minute
A Los Angeles teacher may have come up with the solution to a math problem that has stumped the best minds for centuries: How do you get school kids to succeed at calculus?
Heart problems account for three-quarters of sports-related deaths in young athletes
Commercial jet maker Airbus is experimenting with a bench seating concept, which could make it possible for airlines to charge passengers based on their size
With the recent rash of hoverboard fires and e-cigarette explosions, the lithium-ion batteries that run them are under heightened scrutiny