Upset over a lack of a tip, a Portland food delivery worker posted a photo of the customer's receipt on Instagram. The photo contained the customer's phone number and other personal information, along with derogatory comments and curse words.
Stars who don't go home with an Oscar on Sunday night won't leave the gala empty-handed. There's always a famous swag-bag of goodies to ease any pain of losing out. Jake tapper takes a look inside this year's outrageously high-dollar consolation prize.
A thief in Florida used his head -- literally-- to get his hands on a potential jackpot thousands of dollars worth of scratch-off lottery tickets. But, in the end, he only ended up with a headache. Bob Kealing has more on what the merchant did to keep the robber from cashing in.
The virtual world of social media is a dominant force in the lives of many teenagers. Nearly 40 percent of teens carry a smart phone, according to data released by Pew Research Center. But these days the online world is having dire effects on the way some girls are trying to navigate the real world.
When restaurants and supermarkets are done for the day, left-over or expired food usually goes straight to the bin. The united nations food and agricultural organization says about 1 point 3 billion tons of food are wasted every year. At the same time, a billion world-wide go hungry. Cnn's Isa Soares spoke to one enterprising chef who thinks his "junk food" cafe can help solve both problems.
A California photographer snapped the perfect picture of a couple getting engaged. Trouble is, he didn't realize he photographed the couple, and he's not sure who they are. Now he's turning to Facebook for help. Ellina Abovian reports.