An unusual collaboration on caloric restrictions could open up "a whole new avenue for how we treat and prevent disease”
The technology is very common, but manufacturers may be pushing the boundaries for their use
Samsung announced that faulty lithium batteries were to blame for some Galaxy Note 7 devices overheating and catching fire. Kris Van Cleave reports.
President Donald Trump picked Pai to be chief regulator of the nation’s airwaves and internet connections
In a city hit by chronic pollution and traffic problems, officials are hope the self-driving, free service will "change the urban landscape"
Snapchat celebrated the judge's ruling, which pushes accountability towards the driver for unsafe behavior
Researchers realized a flattened skull, crushed like a "pancake" in sediment, belonged to an entirely new species
Researchers say ancient space debris might have slammed into our planet, the moon, and Mars
The medieval ruins are "both extremely exciting and frustrating," one researcher said, adding a new layer of mystery to the area's history
A new book details the inadvertent discovery of a fort in Scotland that dates to A.D. 600
Announcement of the company's investigation into one of its worst product fiascos comes three months after phone was discontinued
The launch came a day late due to an instrumental glitch Thursday night that triggered a half-hour delay and then an aircraft straying into restricted airspace
A dramatic shift in language foreshadows a dramatic shift in policy
Scientists weigh bold steps, many carrying unknown consequences, to directly alter the Earth or its atmosphere
Six scientists simulated a stay on Mars to gain insight into the psychological toll a real-life voyage would have on astronauts
Researchers have new insights into the "turning point in Earth history" that killed the dinosaurs
On-demand companies and the incoming president see eye-to-eye on regulation, but on issues like jobs and trade, things get a little sticky
Cybersecurity expert Stuart McClure tells CBS News that who did the hacking is a less important question than how to stop the hacking
A minuscule moth with a wingspan of just 0.4 inches is the first species to be named for incoming President Donald Trump
How does time distortion occur, and what causes it?