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NOAA released its annual assessment of the health of the planet, showing that for the most part, temperatures and sea levels are rising, with records being set around the world
Views of the moon, earth and the astronauts who brought images home from the Apollo missions
According to NOAA's annual checkup on the planet, green house gases and sea levels hit record levels as ocean and land temperatures came close to historic highs
A new species is named after the world-famous pop singer
High-tech wristbands pin point the exact location of a child in real time. Products like LG's KizOn have been flooding the market but some question whether this technology is just a marketing ploy. KCCI's Vanessa Peng reports.
The private, introspective man who took those historic first steps is still the subject of many myths
When scientists looked over the images sent from the Rosetta probe, they found something completely unexpected about its destination
A new report reinforces speculation Apple's next generation of iPhones might also be its thinnest
Take a look back at CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite's coverage of the dramatic liftoff and historic moon landing
Nearly 9,000 years ago, people buried near the Nile River in central Sudan relied on hunting and gathering
The spectacularly well-preserved prehistoric sea creature sported compound eyes, body armor and two spiky claws for grabbing prey
Following Twitter and YouTube, Facebook will work with Nielsen ratings company to help track modern media viewing habits
Robots that can squeeze into tight places and then stiffen up enough to pick up a tool could be made out of surprisingly simple materials
National commission to endorse plan to give loved ones access to the deceased's digital accounts unless their will says otherwise
What if you could 3D print a replacement part instead of going to the hardware store? CNET.com's Sumi Das reports on a new partnership between Home Depot and 3D printer manufacturer MakerBot.
Fashion designer adds glamorous touch to fitness trackers
As three dimensional printers become more accessible and the practical uses expand, so do the whimsical and aesthetic
The 260-foot-wide crater is in remote Siberian area called Yamal, which translates as "end of the world"
The National Security Agency has added more schools to a program to train students to fill cybersecurity and intelligence posts
After a three-day journey, private cargo ship arrived with tons of supplies and equipment