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Farmers turn to technology as workforce declines
04/24/2018 6:40 PM
Due to a shrinking and aging labor force, farmers are looking to artificial intelligence and other technologies to keep up with the crops
Uranus smells like rotten eggs, scientists confirm
04/24/2018 4:11 PM
"If an unfortunate human were ever to descend through Uranus' clouds, they would be met with very unpleasant and odiferous conditions"
Almanac: The first Earth Day
04/22/2018 2:04 PM
On April 22, 1970, Americans took part in a day aimed at protecting the only planet we call home. Jane Pauley reports on an environmental tradition, which this year focuses on the dangers of plastic pollution.
Inside the teenage hacking ring that infiltrated Microsoft
04/21/2018 12:44 PM
It may have been a thrill when a group of teenage hackers started to infiltrate Microsoft and it's Xbox video game division, but it didn't end so innocently. Members of the group were accused of stealing massive amounts of intellectual property and they faced federal prosecution. Wired contributing editor Brendan Koerner joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his new article for the magazine and what was so alarming about this story.
Closeup: Freezing soap bubbles
04/20/2018 11:44 PM
Watch ice crystals form on soap bubbles that are blown in sub-freezing temperatures. Videographer Becca Wood captured these stunning time-lapse images using soap bubbles created in temperatures around zero degrees F.
Hayward Fault, with 2 million people living on top of it, could be the site of next big earthquake
04/19/2018 1:52 AM
The Bay Area is bracing for the next big earthquake. The U.S. Geological Survey finds the biggest danger may be the Hayward Fault -- which has 2 million people live on top of it. CBS News correspondent Carter Evans reports.
SpaceX launches NASA planet-hunting satellite
04/19/2018 1:06 AM
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched a planet-hunting satellite for NASA Wednesday that will measure the light from millions of stars, on the lookout for indications of Earth-like, potentially habitable worlds scattered across the nearby Milky Way. Watch the launch here.
DARPA developing technology to ID fake and doctored videos
04/18/2018 12:31 PM
A video shows Oscar-winning filmmaker Jordan Peele putting words in the mouth of former President Obama. It's part of a new public service ad campaign to warn Americans about the growing threat posed by digital misinformation. Carter Evans reports on how the U.S. government is trying to respond to this new technology.
New video technology stokes fears of fake news
04/17/2018 11:39 PM
The battle to fight fake news could get even harder as technology makes it easier to manipulate video. With just a selfie, you can put words in someone else's mouth. CBS News correspondent Carter Evans explains.
Amateur duo finds medieval king's buried treasure
04/17/2018 5:31 PM
Hoard of silver coins, jewelry and a Thor's hammer belonged to King Harald Bluetooth ? the Danish ruler who inspired the name for Bluetooth technology
Global warming is messing up nature's dinner time, study says
04/17/2018 4:50 PM
It's most noticeable and crucial in Washington state's Lake Washington, where plant plankton are now blooming 34 days earlier than the zooplankton that eat them
Diamonds from meteorite may be from lost planet
04/17/2018 4:05 PM
Researchers examined diamonds found inside the Almahata Sitta meteorite? and concluded they were most likely formed by a proto-planet at least 4.55 billion years ago
Cambridge Analytica insider: It was more than 87 million Facebook users
04/17/2018 3:01 PM
Former Cambridge Analytica employee Brittany Kaiser says the data firm submitted its own quizzes on Facebook, collecting user data without their knowledge or consent. BBC News media editor Amol Rajan breaks down the latest on tech regulation.
Tesla temporarily halts Model 3 production
04/17/2018 12:29 PM
Tesla is temporarily halting its troubled Model 3 sedan production line. The decision comes just a week after CEO Elon Musk told CBS News he felt confident Tesla could emerge from what he called "production hell." Tesla says the shutdown starts Tuesday and will last until Saturday. The automaker hopes assembly line improvements will increase output.
Pages associated with white nationalist removed from Facebook
04/15/2018 2:37 AM
The two pages belonged to Spencer's National Policy Institute and altright.com, both of which are listed in Spencer's Twitter bio

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