Posted 5:12 PM 11/9/2013 by Steve Hartman - CBS News
COOKSON, OK - Inside a single-wide in Cookson, Okla., a tortured soul lives alone.
"It's a hard life, let me tell you," said 90-year-old Ed Bray. "You ain't never lived hard until you go through what I've been through."
Ed served in World War II. He was at Normandy on D-Day, has two (More)
Posted 8:50 PM 11/8/2013 by KIRO
An estimated 43,000 Seattle City Light customers were without power Friday night in North Seattle.
The outage was caused by a breaker failure in a substation, and a City Light crew was working at 8th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 65th Street.
A view from Chopper 7 showed most of (More)
Posted 5:14 PM 11/7/2013 by Ryan Jaslow - CBS News
CBS NEWS - Trans fats may be on their way out of U.S. foods.
The Food and Drug Administration has announced plans to have so-called "partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs)," which are the main source of (More)
Posted 9:06 PM 11/6/2013 by Michael Martinez - CNN
(CNN) -- An Indiana deer hunter left paralyzed after falling from a tree died after he decided to remove himself from life support, state authorities said Wednesday.
Timothy E. Bowers, 32, of Decatur was hunting deer Saturday afternoon when he fell about 16 feet to the ground from an (More)
Posted 7:55 PM 11/5/2013 by CNN News Staff
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has won four more years leading the Garden State, CNN projects, defeating Democratic state Sen. Barbara Buono in the state's gubernatorial race.
Christie's victory became a forgone conclusion long before polls closed in New Jersey, as public opinion polls for (More)
Posted 7:21 PM 11/4/2013 by Catherine E. Shoichet - CNN
(CNN) -- Six months after she was freed from the "house of horrors" where Ariel Castro held her captive for 11 years, Cleveland kidnapping victim Michelle Knight is speaking out.
In an exclusive interview with Dr. Phil McGraw scheduled to air Tuesday and Wednesday, Knight describes a (More)
Posted 9:19 PM 11/3/2013 by Alan Duke - CNN
(CNN) -- Carrying an alligator bag on an airline flight is fine, but live alligators are banned from boarding. That might explain why a toothy reptile was slithering around Chicago's O'Hare International Airport on Friday.
Security guard Tineka Walker was on patrol at Terminal 3 when a (More)
Posted 9:07 PM 11/2/2013 by Mackenzie Lee - MTN News
MISSOULA - The Federal Aviation Administration announced earlier this week that the agency plans to change regulations on the use of electronics when people fly.
The current rules say that passengers are supposed to turn off all electronics until the plane reaches a cruising altitude of (More)