A judge approves a class-action settlement for users of the infidelity website whose personal information was exposed in 2015
There's more evidence that the "first building blocks in acquiring language" start to develop even before birth
Car companies are racing to get self-driving cars on U.S. highways, but federal regulators are playing catch-up
Car makers are promising mass-market, fully self-driving cars by 2021, and tech companies like Uber and Google could deploy them much sooner. But only 23 states and the District of Columbia have laws on the books that deal with self-driving cars. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Collection bag was used during first manned mission to the moon in 1969, and auction marks 48th anniversary of that event
Apple released iOS security patch to protect against devices getting hacked through their Wi-Fi connection
Ancient cooking tools, hatchets and other relics reveal humans reached Australia thousands of years earlier than previously believed
A Facebook spokesperon apologized for the disruption, saying in a statement that the incident was "triggered accidentally by a spam detection tool"
A 10-year-old boy in New Mexico found a 1.2-million-year-old fossil when he tripped and fell on a hike. It turned out to be a stegomastodon, a prehistoric ancestor of the elephant. KRQE's Sara Yingling reports.
In Las Cruces, New Mexico, clumsiness and science collide in a remarkable discovery
Greg Ward couldn't believe what he saw in his catch off the coast where New Hampshire borders Maine
The trapped whale was struggling to breathe
If voice recognition replaces passwords, how do you make sure you don't get hacked with a recording?
Home robots can handle simple chores like mopping the floor and cleaning your grill but now you can even cut grass with a robot
A new documentary takes viewers eons back in time
Internet giant pushes deeper into food business with introduction of meal packages, sending competitors' stocks tumbling
New research shows just how easy it is to fool people with fake and manipulated photographs
South Korean tech giant expects to collect tons of gold, silver and other metals from millions of recalled phones
Famed archaeologist Zahi Hawass said his team has found evidence of a possible site in Egypt's Valley of the Kings
CBS News correspondent Dana Jacobson explores how robots can transform the way we live and work