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Tens of thousands of embryos are stuck in limbo in fertility clinics

Some are outright abandoned by people who quit paying storage fees while some couples are struggling with tough decisions

Facebook shuts hundreds of pages linked to Russia's Sputnik

Facebook said it discovered two large disinformation operations as part of its fight against fake news

"Super blood wolf moon" will light up the sky Sunday

An unusual lunar eclipse will unfold Sunday night — and it will be hard to miss if you stay up

Netflix price increases have had little impact on its membership so far

Netflix is hitting viewers with the biggest price hike in its history. Monthly subscriptions are going up by 13 to 18 percent. Wired editor-in-chief Nick Thompson takes a closer look at subscription

Satellite network could solve issue that's plagued aviation for decades

For the first time, a new network of satellites will soon be able to track all commercial airplanes in real time, anywhere on the planet. Currently, planes are largely tracked by radar on the ground,

Fortnite flaw exposed millions of users to hacks

Hackers could take over accounts, make purchases and even eavesdrop on players

Is "10 Year Challenge" helping Facebook mine data?

The simple meme that's taking over your Facebook feed might not be so simple

PG&E bankruptcy shows we don't know how to pay for climate change

As weather gets more extreme, corporations, citizens and politicians fight over who should pay for the damages

YouTube bans dangerous pranks after Bird Box, Tide Pod challenges

Online video site says challenges that can cause injury or death have "no place on YouTube"

Government shutdown lays out "welcome mat" for hackers

Trained staffers at the nation’s most important cyber-defense agencies are not working due to the partial government shutdown

New satellites will solve issue that's plagued aviation for decades

Currently, planes are largely tracked by radar on the ground, which doesn't work over much of the world's oceans

Antarctica's ice is melting faster, raising risk of sea level rise

The yearly loss of Antarctic ice mass has increased six-fold since 1979, scientists report

Netflix hikes prices on all subscription plans

On the heels of a blowout success with "Bird Box," the streaming service is raising monthly prices by $1 or $2

Iran admits failed launch of satellite U.S. worries about

Tehran plans to put at least two into orbit that Washington says use tech that could be used to deliver nuclear weapons

"Marty" the robot ready to roll at some grocery stores

Fully autonomous robotic assistants will cruise the aisles looking for potential safety hazards

Texas canines contain DNA of red wolves declared extinct in 1980

The animal was declared extinct in the wild nearly 40 years ago

Science gets shut down along with the federal government

Scientists and engineers across the country – indeed, across the globe – rely on information that's ground to a halt during the shutdown

An egg just became the most-liked Instagram post

Kylie Jenner has responded in the feud with the egg

SpaceX plans to lay off about 10 percent of workforce

"This action is taken only due to the extraordinarily difficult challenges ahead," the company said

Expert says AI will displace 40% of world's jobs

Kai-Fu Lee, a pioneer in artificial intelligence and venture capitalist based in China, tells 60 Minutes it won't just be blue collar jobs that are displaced by AI. See the full story, Sunday at 7