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Weezer Black Album promoted on Fortnite island

Weezer Black Album promoted on Fortnite island

Fortnite's promotional power is being leveraged by the music industry again
New York officials to Amazon: Please don't go

New York officials to Amazon: Please don't go

Politicians and business leaders are asking CEO Jeff Bezos to give them another chance for a second headquarters
SpaceX set to launch a critical test flight for NASA

SpaceX set to launch a critical test flight for NASA

The last time NASA astronauts flew to the International Space Station on an American spacecraft was nearly eight years ago. Since then, NASA has relied on Russia for rides. That could soon change. On
How tech companies are changing our cities

How tech companies are changing our cities

Amazon is reportedly abandoning another office project after it cancelled plans for a second headquarters in New York City. Jim Kapsis, host of CityLab's new podcast "Technopolis," spoke to CSBN about
What a 5G world could look like: 3D holograms and more

What a 5G world could look like: 3D holograms and more

The next generation of wireless will enable all kinds of cool new devices, but it's not risk-free
Musical.ly took kids' info without parents' OK

Musical.ly took kids' info without parents' OK

Kids' social media app Musical.ly, now TikTok, settles with FTC for $5.7 million over children's data-privacy violations
Amazon offers tool to help brands fight against fake goods

Amazon offers tool to help brands fight against fake goods

The online retailer is fighting against counterfeit products by allowing retailers to remove listings they believe to be fake
Week of remarkable weather extremes: Is this the new normal?

Week of remarkable weather extremes: Is this the new normal?

This winter has been dominated by a very strong Pacific jet stream, which has been splitting into two branches in the middle of the Pacific Ocean
Katharine Hayhoe on why we need to talk about climate change to fight it

Katharine Hayhoe on why we need to talk about climate change to fight it

In our Ideas That Matter partnership with TED, we highlight individuals and ideas shaping our world. This time we’re taking a closer look at climate change. The latest government climate assessment
Etsy to offset carbon emissions from shipping its products

Etsy to offset carbon emissions from shipping its products

Ecommerce company moving to reduce the environmental impact of transporting products sold on its website
IBM asked job seekers if they're "yellow" or "mulatto"

IBM asked job seekers if they're "yellow" or "mulatto"

Tech giant removes racially insensitive ethnic categories from online recruitment site after outcry from applicants
To fight climate change, "talk about it," climate scientist says

To fight climate change, "talk about it," climate scientist says

Katharine Hayhoe suggests you step on a carbon footprint scale
Scourge of fake reviews on Amazon, Walmart.com

Scourge of fake reviews on Amazon, Walmart.com

Shoppers turn to reviews for honest advice about products, but up to half of reviews can be fake on major retailers' sites
Police issue warning after "Momo challenge" resurfaces

Police issue warning after "Momo challenge" resurfaces

The viral — and allegedly deadly — hoax is once again targeting children on social media
Judges OK $81 billion AT&T, Time Warner merger

Judges OK $81 billion AT&T, Time Warner merger

Federal judges bless one of biggest media marriages ever, deciding no harm to competition in booming pay-TV market
Facebook vows improvements after moderators claim PTSD

Facebook vows improvements after moderators claim PTSD

Some Facebook moderators say they were traumatized after reviewing thousands of violent and disturbing posts
Lime warns that its electric scooters can brake without warning

Lime warns that its electric scooters can brake without warning

Urging caution, scooter maker blames software bug for injuries tied to sudden, unexpected stops
Scientists discover the origin of Stonehenge rocks

Scientists discover the origin of Stonehenge rocks

One of the world's most mysterious places, Stonehenge, is a little better understood today. The secrets of Stonehenge are yielding to science – including where some of the giant rocks came from. Dana
"Mobituaries": Neanderthals, our surprising ancestors

"Mobituaries": Neanderthals, our surprising ancestors

New research has changed our understanding of prehistoric cavemen, who were not the brutish, howling creatures pop culture tells us they were. Preview the latest episode of Mo Rocca's podcast.
Horrified mom discovers suicide instructions on YouTube Kids

Horrified mom discovers suicide instructions on YouTube Kids

She has made it her mission to bring awareness to disturbing and violent content being consumed by children on social media