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Do white Google engineers have a case in discrimination lawsuit?

In a new lawsuit, two former Google engineers claim the company is a hostile workplace for employees with conservative views. The suit filed Monday in California also alleges the company discriminates against men and white employees....Show More Summary

Natural disasters cost U.S. a record $306B last year

Sixteen natural disasters cost more than a billion dollars each in 2017, and the total cost blew past the previous U.S. record

GoPro stock plunges after big drop in earnings

The once high-flying camera maker is shuttering its drone division and laying off workers

Fate of secret satellite a mystery amid reports of failure

A classified satellite launched Sunday by SpaceX may have suffered a failure, reports say

How has Stephen Hawking lived so long with ALS?

The renowned physicist has reached an age far beyond what doctors expected he was diagnosed more than 50 years ago

Nvidia chips to power Uber's self-driving fleet

Chipmaker positioning its tech for autonomous vehicle market, including the ride-hailing service's fleet

Investors press Apple to help curb young people's smartphone addiction

Majority of parents surveyed worry about the impact of social media on their child's physical and mental health

Apple investors push for more tools to help prevent tech addiction among youth

Apple is facing new pressure to help curb what's being called children and teens' addiction to smartphones. Two influential investors are asking the tech giant to make changes to its software, so parents can limit their children's phone use. Anna Werner reports.

What happens to your bitcoin after you die?

You can't take it with you -- nor can your heirs unless they can unlock the value of your encrypted virtual currency

SpaceX kicks off busy 2018 with launch of mysterious payload

SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket carrying a mysterious government satellite known as "Zuma" lighting up the sky Sunday night

SpaceX readies Falcon 9 for launch

SpaceX kicks off a busy year with launch of a mysterious government payload named "Zuma"

John Young, legendary astronaut, dead at 87

John Young ventured into space in pioneering two-man Gemini capsules, orbited the moon and walked on its cratered surface before commanding two space shuttle missions

CES 2018 trends: Augmented reality and flexible screens

The very latest in electronic gadgetry goes on display in Las Vegas starting Sunday. CES, formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show, is a showcase for innovation and amazing new products that raise the bar on personal tech. Wired's site director, Jason Tanz, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss what trends to look out for at the annual show.

Nikola Tesla's extraordinary life and impact

Long before his name became synonymous with electric cars, Tesla's inventions transformed modern life

FCC head Ajit Pai skips CES after death threats

Agency has faced harsh criticism after controversial move to scrap net neutrality regulations

Intel CEO sold shares before chip flaw revealed

Well-timed sale of $39 million in stock and options happened five months after chipmaker learned of bug in its products

Uber's Travis Kalanick to sell big stake in company

After being ousted from top spot, controversial co-founder could pocket $1.4 billion from deal with Softbank Group

Mark Zuckerberg vows to fix Facebook

He's set yearly challenges since 2009 – he previously ran 365 miles and learned Mandarin – but this year's goal isn't about personal growth

Mark Zuckerberg sets his 2018 goal: Fix Facebook

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote on the social media platform: "We currently make too many errors enforcing our policies and preventing misuse of our tools." Zuckerberg has been setting yearly personal challenges since 2009. He previously ran 365 miles, traveled across the country and learned Mandarin. Vladimir Duthiers reports.

Amazing auto tech that's coming -- and already here

The Consumer Electronics Show highlights the future of driving, but smarter cars are also in dealer showrooms now

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