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Rising temperatures in the coming years may result in less tasty vegetables, meat and dairy products, report says
Inventor Paul Moller was sure it'd work and invited CBS News cameras to capture the manned test flight in action
A new study shows that attachment to cell phones while behind the wheel is a major cause of accidents involving teenagers
In arguments Wednesday, several justices questioned whether EPA was required to take costs into account when it first decided to regulate hazardous air pollutants from power plants
NASA will attempt to pluck a sizable boulder from an asteroid and haul it back to this way for analysis
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg demoed how his company will use immersive 360-degree video and virtual reality to enhance your newsfeed at the Facebook F8 developer conference.
The satellite is one in a series of new spacecraft that will replace the current aging network and improve GPS tracking
The Curiosity rover found nitrogen, a sign of life, while the older Opportunity completed a marathon that took 11 years
At the Facebook F8 conference Wednesday, Mark Zuckerberg showed off immersive video and the possibilities of virtual reality
Two weeks into a historic five-month, around-the-world-journey using nothing but the power of the sun, Solar Impulse 2 pilot Betrand Piccard tells CBS News how he and his copilot are proving the capabilities of renewable energy -- and proving the doubters wrong.
Google is reportedly building a service called Pony Express that will put bill pay in your email
The annual F8 Facebook Developers conference kicks off in San Francisco today. The social network leaked a few new initiatives, including that its messenger app will be getting a makeover. CNET's Dan Ackerman joins with more on what to expect from Facebook.
Though lagging behind other European countries in green energy, France is now looking up to rooftop gardens and solar panels
Paying your bills could soon be as easy as checking your email. CNET's Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with more on how Google is building a new service that will let you send money through Gmail.
A new report says people who claim to understand mobile privacy expose themselves the most (we're looking at you, millennials)
A short circuit will keep the world's largest particle smasher turned off for up to another month
For generations, the milestone 16th birthday has meant a driver's license and new-found freedom. But with the rise of ride-sharing services like Uber, Lyft and HopSkipDrive, some kids are gaining independence even younger. Jan Crawford looks at a trend favored by many working parents and their busy kids.
Animal rights groups hope an appeals court will help free the orca Lolita from a Miami aquarium where it has lived since 1970
Two weeks into a 5-month flight, the Solar Impulse 2 pilots tell say they don't want to change aviation, they want to change minds
And that puts anyone who visits them at risk, too, according to a new report