CBS News went to Edwards Air Force Base to see how the latest technology is improving communication in the air
Smart toys are popular holiday gifts, but consumer watchdogs are warning about the risks they pose to children's privacy
Axios energy reporter Amy Harder joins CBSN to discuss what to expect from the Trump administration in 2018
New technology called CRISPR has opened the floodgates of DNA hacking. But how many people, if any, should be allowed play God?
"Star Trek'"s tricorder? Now, there are CT scans, MRIs and ultrasounds
"I think what we've seen so far from Facebook is only the tip of the iceberg," said Sen. Mark Warner
Scientists hope building simulated oceans and 3D computer-generated coral can help them preserve a natural wonder
"This morning, a lone explorer, a machine made by humankind, finished its mission 900 million miles away"
Accelerating sea level rise means the islanders of Kiribati face homelessness, sooner rather than later
Cyberattacks are more prevalent than ever, and reformed hackers are often the only people who can stop their own kind
Facing a severe population decline as its people shun reproduction, Japan is turning to robots to address the shortfall
Earth is in the midst of the sixth mass extinction in the planet's history, researchers warn in a new, big-picture report
Apple hasn't confirmed which of their devices is causing the calls but said it is working to resolve the issue
The game, called Bullet Train and developed by Epic Games, involves shooting bad guys before they shoot you, writes CNET's Chris Matyszczyk
Five countries are responsible for 85 percent of high seas fishing, researchers say
Santlal Pal had been living with the large mass on his head for three years before his surgery to remove the tumor
Climatologists we may need a better way of accounting for the strength of 200 mph storms, The Guardian reports
Just two weeks after launching a Tesla Roadster into orbit, SpaceX gets back to business
The National Space Council is working to boost private sector space activity by streamlining regulations
Twitter said its tools are "apolitical" and that it enforces its rules "without political bias"
The selfie trend is nothing new, but some psychologists worry people are taking it too far
As many switch to its Instagram site, it's also facing tougher competition from Snapchat and resurgent Twitter
The deep sea creature lives on the bottom of the ocean floor
The company's VP of advertisements said his tweets conveyed his views "poorly"
Fraudsters are using fake Amazon customer support numbers to steal consumers' bank and credit card info
One internet activist went undercover writing fake news for the group accused of running a disinformation campaign targeting U.S. voters
Judge in London calls Cambridge grad Matthew Falder "cruel" for blackmailing dozes of victims, distributing images online
Certain everyday household products emit nearly as many harmful compounds as motor vehicles, study finds
It's not clear if companies have taken sufficient action to prevent something similar from happening again
Vowing to tighten security, social media giant said Russia's interference in election "violates all of our values"
Propaganda-tracking sites report uptick in shooting-related terms following deadly spree in Florida
Borneo's unique species of great ape is already critically endangered, and deadly encounters with humans are on the up
Two astronauts floated outside the space station to relocate two robot arm fittings that were removed earlier