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A warm weather pattern that has hovered over the Pacific Ocean since 2011 is now closer to Southern Califonia and may end the years of drought the region has experienced
Chris Roberts, a security researcher who tweeted that United Airlines onboard systems could be hacked, was stopped at the gate before his flight
"All Californians need to step up more," chair of State Water Resources Control Board says; some cities told to conserve more, others less
Britt McHenry is latest person to be tried and found guilty by social media. What does that say about online shaming?
The online marketplace impressed the world with its Wall Street debut when it went public; but some wonder if the culture of the company will suffer now that it's publicly traded
Ahead of Earth Day, the president wants America to focus on the dangers of global warming
"Unacceptable" that oil still leaking off Louisiana coast from 2004 hurricane damage, says Fla. Sen. Bill Nelson
Hubble's biggest scientific breakthroughs from 25 years in orbit
After group of doctors urge Columbia to oust him from faculty, Oz says his show provides "multiple points of view," including his own
A group of marine scientists got a close-up look at a sperm whale while diving in the Gulf of Mexico off the Louisiana coast.
NOAA's latest report finds that last month was the hottest March on record, and 2015 could be even hotter than 2014 was
The Force isn't merely awakening on the big screen, it's also returning to the video game realm
A team scouring 100,000 galaxies has found no sign of intelligent life, but insists the search will continue
Days of 189-average channel packages "are over" as streaming services continue to change entertainment landscape, says Mellody Hobson
A man in England went exploring with a metal detector and made the discovery of a lifetime
Alaska photographer and guide Ronn Murray offers advice on how to capture the nighttime spectacle of the Aurora Borealis
Google will start promoting and demoting certain search results on phones and tablets, a move some are calling "mobile-geddon"
In a historic move in the cable TV business, Verizon FiOS viewers will get more of a say in the channels they want and the ones they wish to skip. But you still need to subscribe to a basic package. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss how this opens the door to an “a la carte” future.
Cargo ship loaded with 2 tons of equipment, including an espresso maker, arrives at International Space Station
A new study finds that a gaze from those puppy dog eyes boosts the hormone associated with trust and mother-child bonding