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Are animals smarter than we are?
08/19/2018 3:16 PM
What goes on in an animal's mind? A neuroscientist at Emory University believed he might find out by placing dogs in an MRI scanner, and analyzing how their brains respond to different stimulations. Martha Teichner checked out his findings, and the research of other scientists studying the complexities of elephants and dolphins, and learned that humans may not be smart enough to understand the intelligence of animals. (Originally broadcast March 18, 2018.)
Can LSD help solve mental health issues?
08/19/2018 3:06 PM
Researchers hope to open more minds about the potential of psychedelic drugs to combat anxiety, depression and other maladies
Are we smart enough to measure animal intelligence?
08/19/2018 2:42 PM
The minds of dolphins, dogs and elephants function in ways humans can easily underestimate
ESP: How psychics aided the U.S. government
08/19/2018 2:41 PM
In the 1970s Uri Geller popularized the notion of extra-sensory perception, or ESP - the ability to read other people's minds, or affect change without physically touching an object. Is ESP for real? The U.S. government aimed to find out, spending decades studying psychic phenomena, and even employing psychics and mediums as "psychic spies." Erin Moriarty reports. (Originally broadcast March 18, 2018.)
Google employees revolt against China project
08/17/2018 5:13 PM
Around 1,400 Google employees are protesting the company's project to develop a censored search engine in China, according to a report in the New York Times. Kiet Do of CBS station KPIX-TV reports.
Musk's Boring Company proposes L.A. tunnel to Dodger Stadium
08/17/2018 7:53 AM
"Dugout Loop" would transport baseball fans between East Hollywood and the stadium in under four minutes
Remembering the genius of Stephen Hawking
08/16/2018 3:48 PM
A look at the life and work of the theoretical physicist and author of "A Brief History of Time"
Los Angeles set to deploy tech to scan subway passengers
08/15/2018 7:54 PM
Screening devices will be the first in the U.S. used to protect mass transit riders from explosives and weapons
Google may be tracking your location
08/14/2018 2:28 AM
An Associated Press report says Google may be tracking your location, even if you've asked it not to. Wired editor-in-chief and CBS News contributor Nicholas Thompson explains why, and what you can do to stop it.
Electronic driver-assist systems may not work, insurance group warns
08/11/2018 11:47 PM
A new report from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety warns that cars with driver assistance systems still require drivers to pay close attention to the roads. The study looked at several makes and models, including Tesla's Autopilot. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Space Force is in the market for a logo and President Trump is letting Americans vote
08/10/2018 12:05 AM
There's one shaped like a shield, a few with cartoonish spaceships and one emblazoned with the words "Mars awaits"
Trump administration rolls out plans for "Space Force"
08/09/2018 11:46 PM
The White House and the Pentagon took the first steps today toward creating a "Space Force" as the sixth branch of the military. There was a speech by the vice president, and a tweet from the commander in chief reading: "Space Force all the way!" David Martin has more.
Elon Musk startles Wall Street with tweet on possibly taking Tesla private
08/08/2018 11:48 AM
Tesla CEO Elon Musk stunned Wall Street on Tuesday by saying he may be preparing to take his struggling company private. The announcement sent the company's stock price soaring and led the NASDAQ to stop trading Tesla shares for a short time. Tony Dokoupil reports.
Driver-assist systems may not work, insurance group warns
08/07/2018 12:09 PM
Tests of BMW, Tesla and other cars show that tech to help drivers steer can fail in different road situations
Who is Ronald Wayne, one of Apple's co-founders?
08/03/2018 11:17 PM
It is well known that Apple started with two guys in a garage. But there was also a third co-founder: Ronald Wayne. He gave up his 10 percent of Apple for just $2,300. John Blackstone reports.

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