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The Internet and cable TV have had a big impact on journalism, but just because we live in a 24/7 news cycle doesn't mean we don't have a responsibility to be honest and accurate.
To celebrate the 45th anniversary of the very first moon landing, an artist recut the footage with Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey".
Today the periodic table is shown off publicly for the first time and a computer virus named after one of the most famous artists of all time fails to deliver on its hype.
CBS marketing guru George Schweitzer remembers Walter Cronkite.
Kids need to be taught critical thinking as they grow up in a world where we no longer have a trusted source like Walter Cronkite to tell us "that's the way it is."
The Apollo 11 astronaut who became the first person on the moon is dead at 82.
The month has been busy for space lovers. From the lunar landing's 40th anniversary to impacts on Jupiter, people have little reason to be in the dark about space.
iFart and Pull My Finger decide that litigation hangs too heavily in the air, agreeing instead to forces, launching an app called Clear the Air.
With more renewable energy projects trying to come online, the country grapples with the balance between local land use and a national push for clean energy.