CBSN's Jeff Glor talks to Shawn Henry, president of Crowd-Strike and former executive assistant director of the FBI, to explain why someone would hack a healthcare company.
A Venetian waterscape by Claude Monet has sold for more than $35 million at a London auction as the high-end art market shows resilience in a bumpy global economy.
Some of the Super Bowl ads are sparking controversy. A Nationwide Insurance commercial received a huge negative response. CBS News contributor Frank Luntz, who watched the big game with a focus group that rated all the commercials.
Scientists showed they can identify you with more than 90 percent accuracy by looking at just four purchases, three if the price is included, and this is after companies "anonymized" the transaction records, wiping away names and other personal details.
Privacy advocates say the Obama administration needs to make more changes to protect consumer privacy on the government's health insurance website.
Insurer Aetna has made new hepatitis C drugs from Gilead Sciences Inc. preferred treatments for customers with the liver-destroying virus.
Text of President Barack Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday night, as prepared for delivery and provided by the White House.
The government's health insurance website is quietly sending consumers' personal data to private companies that specialize in advertising and analyzing Internet data for performance and marketing, The Associated Press has learned.
The Justice Department has reached a $134,000 settlement with a New York woman after federal drug agents used information from her cellphone to set up a fake Facebook page in her name.
The IRS is open for business, and Americans can begin filing electronic and paper returns. With IRS budget cuts and changes from the Affordable Care Act, tax-filers should brace for delays.