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Top Democrats Say They've Concluded That Russia Behind Hacks

By Deb Reichmann | Sep 24
The top Democrats on the House and Senate intelligence committees said Thursday that they have concluded that Russian intelligence agencies are making a "serious and concerted effort" to influence the U.S. presidential election.

Congress Fights for Consumers' Right to Leave Bad Reviews

By Mary Clare Jalonick | Sep 24
Legislation in Congress would ensure that customers who want to post negative reviews on websites like Yelp or TripAdvisor can do so without legal repercussions.

How the TV Show 'Mr. Robot' Won the Prize for Hacker Realism

By Bree Fowler | Sep 24
Finally, the computer hackers of the world have a TV show they can call their own.

Samsung Says Replacements Available for Recalled Note 7

By Brandon Bailey | Sep 23
Samsung says new Galaxy Note 7 smartphones will be available in U.S. stores starting Wednesday to replace about 1 million devices that are being recalled because their batteries can catch fire.

Sierra Update Arrives on Macs: 4 Things to Look For

By Anick Jasdanun | Sep 23
The latest software update for Mac computers, MacOS Sierra, brings iPhone services to Apple laptops and desktops and further breaks down walls between devices.

A Look at Video Game "Fight Nights"

Sep 23
Gamers are paying a fee to enter tournaments and go head-to-head with other players. CNET senior editor Ashley Esqueda joins CBSN with more.

First Wave-Produced Electricity in U.S. Goes Online in Hawaii

By Cathy Bussewitz | Sep 22
By some estimates, the ocean's endless motion packs enough power to meet a quarter of America's energy needs and dramatically reduce the nation's reliance on oil, gas and coal.

Tinder Matches With Spotify to Add Music to Dating App

Sep 21
Spotify is getting together with Tinder to allow users of the dating app to find musical matches.

'Organic Architect' Sees Inspiration in Snakes and Peanuts

By Mark Stevenson | Sep 21
Senosiain isn't offended by cave comparisons; in fact he kind of likes his homes to look caves. Or wombs. Anything but boxes.

FDA Tentatively Approves 1st Drug for Muscular Dystrophy

By Matthew Perrone | Sep 21
Federal regulators on Monday granted tentative approval to the first drug for muscular dystrophy, following an intense public campaign from patients and doctors who pushed for the largely unproven medication.

Analyzing the Nuclear Capability of the U.S.

Sep 21
The Cold War has ended, but the nation's nuclear arsenal is still formidable.

AP Explains: Wireless Cellphone Alerts on Bombing Suspect

By Tali Arbel | Sep 20
Many people in the New York City area were alerted Monday morning to a screeching, buzzing message about a man wanted in connection with explosions in the area over the weekend. What are these alerts and how do they work?

Maine School Purchases Computer Program to Serve As Teacher

Sep 20
A Maine high school unable to fill a vacant teacher position has turned to a foreign language computer program to educate students.

Schilling Agrees to Settlement in Failed Video Game Venture

By Michelle R. Smith | Sep 19
Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling and others agreed to a $2.5 million settlement to end their part of a lawsuit brought over Rhode Island's disastrous $75 million deal with 38 Studios, his failed video game company.

Naples Prosecutors Investigate Cyber-Porn Suicide

Sep 19
Italian prosecutors in Naples have opened a criminal investigation after the death by suicide of a 31-year-old woman who had fought unsuccessfully to have a video showing her having sex expunged from the internet.

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