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NASA releases new photos of Mars
04/13/2021 6:29 PM
As NASA prepares for a 2020 mission to Mars, they've released never-before-seen pictures of the Red Planet. CBS News space consultant Bill Harwood joins CBSN with more.
Virginia teen's death highlights threats kids face online
04/13/2021 3:06 PM
A friend of Nicole Lovell, a Virginia teen whose body was found in North Carolina, says she told a school official about the 13-year-old?s relationship with an adult, but police dispute that and say the school got no warning. It's not clear if the adult is murder suspect David Eisenhauer. Don Dahler reports on how the mystery surrounding Lovell?s death is haunting parents across the country.
Google's parent company more profitable than Apple
04/13/2021 2:03 PM
Alphabet, Google's parent company, has overtaken Apple as the world's most profitable company. NPR One "Full Disclosure" host Roben Farzad joins CBSN with analysis
Yahoo! to conduct massive layoffs
04/13/2021 2:02 PM
Yahoo! will conduct a massive layoff of as many as 1,700 jobs in order to cut costs. NPR One "Full Disclosure" host Roben Farzad joins CBSN with analysis
Facebook tracks Iowa caucus conversation on social media
04/13/2021 1:58 PM
As Iowans went out to polling sites to caucus for their preferred presidential primary candidates, Facebook tracked the most talked about candidates and issues online. Facebook Data Editor Robert D'Onofrio broke down the social media discussion with CBSN's Elaine Quijano
New fleet of Boeing 737s debuts
04/13/2021 10:22 AM
A brand new Boeing 737 takes off for the first time in Renton, Washington, for the first time. As CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave shows us, it's more efficient than its predecessor.
ATM technology allows you to withdraw with smartphone
04/13/2021 9:05 AM
Bank of America joins Chase in announcing card-free technology. New ATMs will allow you to get your money with your smartphone. The move is designed to save customers' time. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins ?CBS This Morning? to discuss the latest way technology is changing how we use money.
Apple reports biggest quarterly profit in history
04/13/2021 7:53 AM
Despite coming in below expectations on revenue and iPhone sales, Apple reports its largest quarterly profit in history. CBS News contributor Nick Thompson breaks down the numbers with CBSN.
Cliff erosion threatens to push California homes into sea
04/13/2021 7:14 AM
Several apartment buildings in Pacifica, California, are in danger of falling into the ocean. The cliffs they sit on are being eaten away by waves sparked by El Ni�o, forcing homeowners to evacuate. John Blackstone reports.
Sunday Almanac: Apple's Macintosh
04/13/2021 5:13 AM
Thirty-two years ago today Apple founder Steve Jobs presented the company's revolutionary personal computer, the Macintosh, to the world. Charles Osgood reports
5 million vehicles added to Takata air bag recall
04/13/2021 4:16 AM
Federal safety regulators confirmed the 10th death caused by a defective Takata air bag. With this latest death, officials expanded the largest auto safety recall in history, adding 5 million more vehicles. DeMarco Morgan has the latest.
SAP CEO hopes to revolutionize healthcare with data
04/13/2021 2:47 AM
SAP CEO Bill McDermott met with CBS News at the World Economic Forum in Davos to discuss how technology and data can change the way cancer is detected and treated.
Super Bowl 50 crowds will have cellphones tracked
04/13/2021 2:44 AM
San Jose city officials are planning to track cellphone location data for visitors Super Bowl weekend. KPIX-TV's Betty Yu reports.
Astronomer explains evidence behind ninth planet
04/13/2021 2:31 AM
Scientists have discovered a possible new planet in our solar system for the first time in 170 years. Evidence of this ninth planet was found on the far edge of the system. Astronomers at the California Institute of Technology have not directly seen it yet, but they think it is up to 10 times bigger than Earth and 20 times farther away than Neptune. Derrick Pitts, chief astronomer and director of the Fels Planetarium at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, joins ?CBS This Morning? to discuss the math and evidence behind the planet.
Scientists may have found "true" ninth planet
04/13/2021 2:02 AM
Astronomers may have discovered evidence of an unseen planet in the farthest reaches of our solar system, almost 10 years after Pluto was demoted. Michael Lemonick is a writer for Scientific American, and joins CBSN to discuss this surprising find.

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