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  • More customers report Comcast is changing their names on bills
    After a Comcast employee changed a customer's first name to "A**hole," more customers are now coming forward with similar stories, including one whose bills were addressed to "Whore Julia."
  • Odd-looking dog raises eyebrows on Internet
    Guess the breeds merged in this unusual dog up for adoption from Georgia Humane Society
  • Tesla's "insane" mode makes passengers freak out
    Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including rabbit beer delivery, Lars Andersen's amazing archery and a school snow day sing-along. Plus, unsuspecting riders experience the silent power of Tesla Model S P85D's "insane" mode. To see these videos in their entirety, click HERE.
  • Tesla's "insane" mode makes passengers freak out
    Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos
  • Fugitive treasure hunter arrested
    A treasure hunter on the run for two years is now in handcuffs. Tommy Thompson gained notoriety in 1988, when he found the sunken ship "S S Central America," nicknamed the "ship of gold." The ship went down in 1857, taking with it nearly 500 passengers, and thousands of pounds of gold. We're joined now by "48 hours" Crimesider reporter Michelle Sigona.
  • Babies make the cutest faces -- in tunnels
    A video of babies faces as they go through tunnels is getting popular online. CBSN looks at the adorable video.
  • Robot explores volcanic depths
    A small rolling robot may be able to give scientists an idea of the way the magma travels up a volcano during a eruption. 'Volcano Bot Two' can go as much as 100 meters deep. It has an infrared imaging camera that can send live video to the surface while scientists remotely navigate it.
  • Kaboom goes the steel plant
    A steel plant in Sparrows Point, Maryland imploded Wed. The structure, an old furnace, used to be 320 feet tall and weighed approximately 8 million pounds. It took 94 separate explosive charges at 12 points to bring the structure down. CBSN's Don Dahler and Elaine Quijano report.
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