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Getting the Dolby Theatre ready for the big night takes lots of behind-the-scenes work and miles of wires
The frozen continent hums with vital scientific inquiry: "We can't afford to ignore what's going on down there"
Kids can now look forward to their own version of YouTube, with a child-friendly version soon to be available for mobile devices. CNET's Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with some of the features it will offer to parents.
Apple wants to jump into the automotive industry. Reports indicate the tech giant wants to start car production as early as 2020. CNET's Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with more on what kind of car we might expect.
A British company wants to release millions of genetically modified mosquitoes in a Florida neighborhood. They say this will stop the spread of two deadly diseases, but residents are skeptical. The mutant bugs would target a specific species of mosquito that is so troublesome, the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District spends more than a million dollars a year trying to fight it. Anna Warner reports.
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including a dog that lets himself in a car, a teen achieving his dunking dream and five years of stunning sun images. Plus, a Ford Mustang speed dating prank.
If a U.K. company gets its way, you fight them in Florida by releasing a load of genetically modified bugs, but residents fear they're being used as "guinea pigs"
If you're tired of ponying up as much as $30 a day to get online in your room, you may want to put a hot spot in your suitcase
A groundbreaking series of studies traces the epigenome in unprecedented detail, opening possibilities for new ways to treat disease
Analyzing social media activity gives employers "a more holistic perspective of the individual" than traditional resumes, consultant says
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos
Exposure to carbon monoxide is dangerous to humans and can even be deadly. But scientists at SeaWorld are learning it may not be so bad for some sea animals.
Carbon monoxide is often thought to be a contributor to climate change. But scientists at SeaWorld are learning it may not be so bad for some sea animals.
NASA astronauts will exit the space station three times to prepare it for visits from new space ferries carrying new crews
Research shows that bluebird (and human) mothers can prepare their offspring for a hostile world even before they're born
The colorless, odorless gas can be deadly to humans, but the effect it has on marine mammals is surprising researchers at SeaWorld
Battery maker A123 has lost a bunch of key engineers to the consumer electronics giant, and it's fighting mad about that
Move over spider silk, limpet teeth could be the answer to making lighter, stronger race cars and airplanes
After a two-year hiatus, the Large Hadron Collider will restart soon, twice as strong and with some "dark" mysteries to unlock
Arctic temperatures turns Niagara Falls into a beautiful frozen winter wonderland