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Helmet Camera Captured Deadly Yosemite Cliff Jump

May 20
Video from a helmet camera might reveal what went wrong when two men wearing wingsuits and attempting an illegal cliff jump at Yosemite National Park crashed to their deaths, a park official said.

The Top iPhone and iPad Apps on App Store

May 20
App Store Official Charts for the week ending May 18, 2015.

New Chevy Camaro Goes on Diet to Become Leaner

By Tom Krisher | May 20
The new 2-Liter turbocharged four-banger puts out 275 horsepower, more than many V8s from years ago. And titanium and aluminum help cut 200 to 300 pounds of lard from the hefty 2015 Camaro.

Will the New Internet Live in Facebook? Media Giants Make Historic Deal

May 20
Stories from publishers like the New York Times and National Geographic now appear directly on Facebook's news feed. Nine media companies announced the deal Wednesday, bringing some of their content to the world's largest online social network.

Google Adding a "Buy Button" on Its Smartphones

May 20
Google is making it easier for you to purchase things on your phone by adding a "buy button." CNET's Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with more on how it'll work.

Brewing Up Bacteria? Potential Germs in Your Coffee Maker

May 18
Germs love to lurk in coffee machines. Ten Chicago-area families let CBS2 swab their one-cup coffee makers, and reporter Mary Kay Kleist took the samples to Loyola where experts tested them for germs.

Exposing Food Industry Secrets

May 18
Experts say that consumers can be tricked into eating certain foods without really knowing what they include. That's the subject of Reader's Digest's latest cover story, "50 Secrets Food Manufacturers Won't Tell You."

Vitamin B3 Could Help Prevent Skin Cancer Threat

May 15
There's important news for people at high risk for skin cancer, the most common type of disease in the U.S. Dr. David Agus, director of USC's Norris Westside Cancer Center discusses how the simple vitamin can slash the risk of cancer coming back.

Amid Drought Wild Animals Invade Urban CA Looking for Food, Water

May 15
California's historic drought is killing the food supply for the state's wildlife. And as Omar Villafranca reports, it's forcing animals from bears to coyotes to leave the hills in search of water in the big city.

What to do if Phones Fill up with Photos

By Anick Jesdanun | May 15
It isn't always possible to add storage, and it isn't easy to move your vast collection elsewhere to free up space. New services from Yahoo and Apple can help by automatically moving your photos and videos online.

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