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3 women left blind after stem cell treatment

“These women had fairly functional vision prior to the procedure... and were blinded by the next day”

Late winter storm causes widespread damage to D.C.'s cherry blossoms

National Park Service still says peak bloom is expected in next week -- but there may be fewer trees blossoming

How to monitor kids online but preserve some privacy

The service looks for signs of cyberbullying, sexting, depression and suicide

What would the U.S. look like without the EPA?

Acid rain, toxic waste and smog prompted the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency

A robot followed me around New York to carry my stuff

Here's what happened when a tech reporter and a robot called Gita hit the streets

Hackers flood Twitter with swastikas, Nazi references

The online rhetoric hit a new low amid an ongoing feud involving Turkey, Germany and the Netherlands

Yahoo hack: DOJ announces charges

The Justice Department announced charges in the mega data breach at Yahoo that affected at least 500 million users

Society for Science & the Public CEO on rise of bioinformatics projects

Maya Ajmera, president and CEO of Society for Science & the Public, which runs the Regeneron Science Talent Search competition, tells CBS News about the types of projects students have been tackling in the so-called junior Nobel Pri...

Teen scientists compete for "junior Nobel Prize"

This year's finalists in the Regeneron Science Talent Search were awarded more than $1.8 million

Woman burned when headphones explode on flight

Officials share what happened when a woman's headphones suddenly exploded on an international flight

Doctors warn climate change is harming health

“It’s not only hurting polar bears, it’s hurting us” – and these doctors say we need to do something about it

Teen scientists compete to solve mysteries

Indrani Das, a 17-year-old from New Jersey, is this year's winner of Regeneron Science Talent Search. The annual competition is known among scientists as a Junior Nobel Prize. Errol Barnett reports on how these young researchers are trying to solve some of science's biggest mysteries.

Bark execs on protecting your kids in the digital age

Parents are finding new ways to protect teens online and still maintain their children's trust and privacy. A service called Bark analyzes online activity and text messages for signs of cyber bullying, sexting and depression, and it alerts parents if anything suspicious is found. Show More Summary

Happy Pi Day! Nerds celebrate 3/14

Math lovers worldwide rejoice as the symbolic date rolls around

NY AG accuses Rex Tillerson of using alias in climate change emails

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman made the accusation in a letter to a New York court Monday

How to stream March Madness

The NCAA basketball tournament begins Tuesday, with many games taking place during the day when you’re, ahem, supposed to be working

Facebook bans use of its data for surveillance

Nudged by lawyers at the ACLU, Facebook is distancing itself from developers that build surveillance tools

SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launch delayed by high winds

SpaceX postponed liftoff of Falcon 9 rocket carrying an EchoStar communications satellite due to high winds

SpaceX delays Falcon 9 launch

SpaceX delayed launch of Falcon 9 rocket carrying an EchoStar communications satellite due to high winds

California desert sees "superbloom" after winter of heavy rains

Storms dumped enough rain to bring to life wildflower seeds that have been lying on the desert floor for years

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