A Minnesota man decided to give some holiday cheer to shoppers at the Mall of America on Black Friday. But his efforts landed him in trouble with the law. Kate Raddatz talks with the man who wanted to spread that cheer by throwing hundreds of dollars cash into the crowd.
This Thanksgiving, as people cook up turkeys all over the country, at least one lucky bird will live through the season, thanks to a presidential pardon. There are two turkeys up for the job, and it all comes down to a vote. Jeanne Moos has the story of the turkeys making news -- instead of the menu.
An Arkansas car salesman is accused of plotting the murder of a former employee, after accidentally letting the intended victim in on it. Police say he butt-dialed the alleged target while giving instructions to a hitman. Allison Munn has the story.
Nail painting, feather extensions, bling and temporary tattoos. Alicia Gentile shows us how some pet owners are choosing to pamper, primp and bedazzle their dogs for the holidays.
Some scary moments for a family dog that had to have surgery after eating its owner's school project. You heard correctly. Suzanne McCarroll reports the dog actually ate a teenager's homework.
Montana State University has new technology that allows professors to detect plagiarism. The software "turn it in" was introduced campus wide in the fall of 2012. Jordan Moore takes a look at how it works
How much poultry will we gobble up this Thursday? Carl Azuz tallies up the reasons turkeys have *less* to be thankful for than the rest of us.
In Georgia, a homeless is reaping the benefits of being honest. The man, down on his luck, returned a woman's stolen wallet and received a pretty cool reward from a hotel. Liz Artz reports.
Comic book fans are took over the Austin Convention Center in Texas for comic con. Russell Wilde talks to some fans who say dressing up year-round is a way of life.
When you were a kid, maybe you were pretty handy with an Etch-a-Sketch. But probably not as good as an artist in Louisville. Bennett Haeberle shows us the woman's work with a children's toy is drawing even more attention than her oil paintings.
President John F. Kennedy was beginning the second day of his swing through Texas on November 22, 1963. Eyewitnesses and people directly touched by the tragedy recall the day an assassin's bullet changed the course of U.S. history.
Television cemented its primacy with the American public after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, a national trauma whose unfolding in real time was uniquely suited for the emerging medium.
A Canadian woman is living proof it's never too late for love. Carol Harris, of Saint John, New Brunswick, got married last weekend for the very first time, at the tender age of 83! The groom is a childhood friend and is also 83 years old. They both shared their first kiss in 1939, when he played a prince in a school production of Beauty and the Beast. As Rachel Cave found out, the bride says, in real life, she had nearly given up on a fairy-tale ending.
A Detroit man has found a unique way to protect his home from criminals. After several break-ins, he decided to think outside the box and set up mannequins that he hopes will scare away any burglars. Shawn Ley introduces us to a very creative crime-fighter.