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Biden wants half of all new cars to be zero-emissions by 2030
08/06/2021 2:29 AM
On Thursday, President Biden signed an executive order that aims to shift new car manufacturing toward electric and other zero-emissions engines. CBS News senior White House correspondent Nancy Cordes has a look at the executive order, and Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason discusses how the administration will incentivize car makers to make the shift.
Virgin Galactic sets price for trips to space aboard its rocket plane
08/05/2021 11:37 PM
Well-heeled space tourists will need $450,000 for a short up-and-down trip to space aboard Virgin Galactic's rocket plane.
Report finds federal agencies don't meet federal cybersecurity standards
08/05/2021 8:46 PM
A Senate report has finds federal agencies are not meetings government cybersecurity standards. CBS News homeland security and justice reporter Nicole Sganga joins CBSN AM to discuss the report.
Atlas 5 hauled off launch pad for Starliner troubleshooting
08/05/2021 7:40 PM
If a valve problem with Boeing's Starliner crew capsule isn't quickly fixed, launch could slip to late this year.
A surprise winner in Trump's trade war with China: Roku
08/05/2021 12:02 PM
Vendors are racing to stockpile Chinese-made "smart" TVs ahead of potential U.S. tariffs, boosting the streaming company
YouTube TV no longer available for new Roku customers
08/05/2021 12:01 PM
Roku warns existing customers not to delete the YouTube TV app, which is no longer available for download.
Ad transparency and misinformation researchers banned from Facebook, report says
08/05/2021 2:51 AM
Facebook is facing criticism after it banned a group of researchers studying advertisement transparency, according to a report by The Verge. The social media company says the academics violated user privacy guidelines, but the researchers say that's not the case. Imran Ahmed, CEO of the Center for Countering Digital Hate, joins CBSN's Lana Zak with his analysis.
High-tech imaging tools advance skin cancer detection
08/05/2021 1:23 AM
More than 100,000 Americans are expected to be diagnosed with melanoma this year. Dr. Jon LaPook takes a look at technological advancements being used to screen for it.
Tech advances offer new tools in the fight against skin cancer
08/04/2021 11:16 PM
New screening methods help with early detection of melanoma.
Crypto "rife with fraud, scams and abuse," SEC chief says
08/03/2021 8:29 PM
"I worry a lot of people will be hurt," Gary Gensler said of "Wild West" nature of cryptocurrency buying and selling.
Want a $10 credit from Amazon? Just let it scan your palm
08/03/2021 7:15 PM
"It's horrifying that people are being asked to sell their bodies in this way," one consumer privacy advocate said.
Feds' cybersecurity defenses put data at risk, Senate report warns
08/03/2021 11:19 AM
Federal agencies tasked with safeguarding the security and personal data of millions of Americans were given a C- in a cybersecurity report card by Senate investigators.
Cybersecurity expert weighs in on hack of U.S. prosecutors
08/03/2021 3:50 AM
The Justice Department found that some of the nation's most prominent federal prosecutors had their email accounts hacked last year during the Solarwinds cyber espionage campaign. Maurice Turner, a cybersecurity fellow with The Alliance For Securing Democracy, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.
Zoom set to pay $85 million to settle customer privacy lawsuit
08/02/2021 9:23 PM
Zoom users would be eligible for a 15% refund on their paid account if a proposed settlement is approved. A federal judge in California must still OK the settlement. Anne-Marie Green has more.
Zoom to pay $85 million to settle "Zoombombing" lawsuit
08/02/2021 8:03 PM
Class-action suit, which accused the videoconferencing company of lax security, yields a refund for some customers.

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