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Researchers at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna have completed the first study showing that dogs can interpret the facial expressions of another species -- humans.
NASA captured five years' worth of amazing footage of the sun in a stunning, explosive five minutes
A new study shows for the first time that dogs are able to recognize human emotion through our facial expressions
With Facebook's new "Legacy Contact," users can now designate an executor of their online estates
The vehicle is expected to compete in both cost and driving range with much pricier electric cars on the market
Your Facebook page can live on after you're gone. The social media site is allowing its users to designate a so-called "legacy contact," someone who can manage your page after you die. CNET's Bridget Carey joins CBSN with more.
A cell phone video is driving a federal lawsuit in Oregon, where a Portland woman is suing the city. Carrie Medina says police took her phone after she used it to record and broadcast the arrest of a man two years ago. Ben Tracy reports on the rocky history between police and civilian cell phones.
Twitter and other companies are setting traps to see if workers can spot scam emails; "New employees fall for it all the time"
It may seem like the perfect match online, but how do you know your dream date isn't married, a con artist, or worse? Maria Coder, author of "InvestiDate: How to Investigate your Date," offers some words of warning and practical advice for vetting people you meet online.
Finally, an answer to an age-old question. In a new study, scientists say they can figure out how many licks it takes to get to the center of almost any lollipop.
After three weather-related delays, a SpaceX rocket has taken off carrying a Deep Space Climate Observatory.
After two delays, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket finally boosted a solar sentinel into space Wednesday to provide early warning of dangerous storms.
The U.K. has started testing self-driving vehicles in four cities, with a government official calling the technology a "game-changer."
"Nobody says, 'Hey, I'm an ax-murderer, let me buy you a beer.'" So how do you check?
Monster hurricanes were commonplace in the Northeast during the Middle Ages, a trend that could be coming back
The cubs, hatchlings, joeys and kits of the world's zoos in 2015. Just remember, these are wild aniimals
In three major cities, iPhone robberies have dropped by as much as half since Apple introduced its remote-locking safeguard
Nearly 200 years after they first inspired Charles Darwin's theories, Galapagos finches answer lingering evolutionary questions
Hackers have reportedly figured out how to bypass privacy settings on messaging app "WhatsApp." CNET senior editor Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with more on how hackers can be reading your private messages.
The genetic repository could be the only way to save animals like the northern white rhino, of which just five remain in the world