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Eight children have asked a judge to find Washington in contempt for failing to adequately protect them
The author of a new study warns: “This climate is on a trajectory that goes somewhere we’ve never been"
Cyber attacks, hybrid warfare, false news — EU nations are trying to address an increasingly complex web of concerns
In the hunt for extraterrestrial life, signals detected in outer space so far have never been proven to come from "little green men"
"Welcome to the Universe: An Astrophysical Tour" takes readers a "mile deep" into what astrophysicists know about the universe
Dan Ackerman, senior editor at CNET, offers money-saving tips for tech shoppers during the holidays
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and two of his colleagues examine astronomy in their new book, "Welcome to the Universe: An Astrophysical Tour." Tyson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why he wrote the book.
Instagram's new features will enable users to share "in the moment," the company said
Thousands of ancient inscriptions dating back about 2,000 years have been unearthed in Jordan's "Black Desert"
In the rush to do away with problematic passwords, tech companies may be opening another pandora's box of complications
Researchers discover how an eyeless invertebrate somehow still manages to sense and respond to light
A Soyuz spacecraft carrying a crew of three docked with the International Space Station Saturday, two days after launch from Kazakhstan
An Atlas 5 rocket boosted a new weather satellite into orbit Saturday, the first of four representing a 'quantum leap' for forecasters
Four college students came up with a fix to Facebook's "fake news" problem in just 36 hours. The team created FiB, which verifies posts based on credibility and sources. One of the students, Purdue University freshman Anant Goel, joins CBSN to discuss how they did it.
The spread of fake news online has lead to diminished trust between the public and those who run media outlets. Tow-Knight Center Director Jeff Jarvis joins CBSN to discuss how the media can fix the fake news problem.
The 2016 election has caused a heightened awareness of "fake news" online - and some have even said false information contributed to Trump's victory. CBS News Senior Political Editor Steve Chaggaris joins CBSN to discuss the impact fake news can have on politics.
A look at the ways Facebook, Google and the media could more aggressively tackle fake news
One researcher looks into the science of swearing and makes some surprising discoveries
CEO Elon Musk advocated for the deal as “a no-brainer” that will expand the market for solar power
A high-tech new weather satellite, set for launch Saturday, will be a "game changer" for forecasts and climate science, experts say