Posted 2:41 PM 11/18/2013 by Rebecca Angel Baer - CNN
Sunday's outbreak of severe weather spawned more than 60 tornadoes and caused damage in several Midwestern states, including Illinois, Indiana and Missouri. Six people died in Illinois, authorities said, and as many as 200 people were injured statewide.
Some of the hardest-hit communities (More)
Posted 9:43 PM 11/17/2013 by CNN Staff
OURAY, CO - An accident at a silver mine in Colorado on Sunday morning killed two miners and left 20 injured, officials said.
The identities of the two miners - who were initially believed trapped - were not released. Two of the injured were in critical condition, according to Jennifer (More)More Stories from 11/17/2013
Posted 5:14 PM 11/16/2013 by Chris Boyette - CNN
NEW YORK CITY - A social media thread proved strong enough to pull a New Jersey teenager back from possible suicide, according to authorities.
And it was a social networking first for officers from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police Department - using Facebook and other (More)
Posted 4:58 PM 11/15/2013 by Jonathan Anker - HLNtv.com
(CNN) -- The Batmobile is full of amazing gadgets. On Friday, it was outfitted with its best yet: A booster seat. How else is Gotham's bravest superhero supposed to get around town?
Five-year-old Miles Scott hopped into the ultimate crime-fighting machine in San Francisco to embark on what (More)
Posted 9:30 PM 11/14/2013 by Barry Petersen - CBS NEWS
(CBS News) COMMERCE CITY, Colo. -- Africa's elephants are being slaughtered at a record pace by poachers who hope to get rich by selling their ivory tusks.
The U.S. has been trying to stop it. And today the feds sent a powerful message -- by gathering all the ivory they have seized in the (More)
Posted 10:27 PM 11/13/2013 by Simone DeAlba - MTN News
BILLINGS - The Keystone XL Pipeline is called the safest and most advanced pipeline operation in North America, but it doesn't come without its controversy.
Advocates are hoping to have the XL pipeline up and running, but environmental concerns plague the $7 billion project.
Posted 7:53 PM 11/12/2013 by Christine Sloan - CBS2 News
CBS NEW YORK - A deer spotted in Morris County, New Jersey, with a hunter's arrow lodged in its head has been rescued.
Biologists with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's Fish and Wildlife division spotted and tranquilized the 5-month-old deer Saturday evening.(More)...