Make whatever pun about politics you prefer, the race for mayor of Divide, Colorado, is turning into a real zoo. Even with 11 candidates running for office, not a single one of them is human. Kevin Torres reports a group of animals are running for mayor and they're doing it for a good cause.
People who rely on homeless shelters for their meals aren't used to fancy food in an elegant environment. But as Rachel Kim shows us, the diners at one Los Angeles shelter got quite a surprise, when a comedian gave them the star treatment.
This next story may change the way you look at the cereal aisle because the cereal boxes are looking at you. A new study shows Cap'n Crunch and Tony the Tiger are eyeing kids. CNN's Jeanne Moos spills some cereal secrets.
The big bark of a little dog is preventing one iowa neighborhood from recieving its mail. Apparently, the U.S. postal carrier assigned to the block isn't convinced the dog's bark isn't bigger than its bite. Jill Kasparie reports.
We've all had moments at work where we felt like "enough is enough." A man in Michigan took that one step further when he left his boss a note telling her exactly how he felt. Dave Spencer has the details.