Anyone who has struggled to take a "selfie" has likely considered using a selfie stick. You put your phone in the holder and then adjust the stick as needed. The handle has a button that controls your phone's camera using Bluetooth. But as CNN's Saima Mohsin reports, that's now a problem in South Korea.
A man making waves inside a gas station. Police say he stole a surfboard. But apparently, he's had a "change of heart". It was not long after a display item was ripped off that it was returned to where it belongs. Nicole Linsalata has more.
Surveillance cameras catch a violent intruder on video, but a woman in Toronto says it was her two dogs that helped keep her safe. Charlsie Agro reports police are now trying to track down the man who kicked down her door.
It's a growing problem, especially during the holiday season. Thieves swiping packages directly from the doorsteps of homes. A San Francisco tech start-up has come up with a solution. Jonathan Bloom reports.
An Iowa mechanic is turning heads everywhere he goes. That's because the van he drives looks like it could flip over, and keep on driving. You'll have to see it to believe it, as Jill Kasparie shows us!
At a rally in Las Vegas, President Obama made the moral argument for him ordering that 3 million to 5 million immigrants can stay in America without documents.
"They're forced to either live in the shadows or risk having their families torn apart," Obama said. "We've known about this for years and we've known we can do better, and for years we haven't done much about it. Well today we're doing something about it."
Protesters gathered outside the Ferguson Police Department on Thursday just like they have most every night since Michael Brown was killed.
Three people were arrested as tensions, anticipation and crowds continue to grow ahead of what many believe will be a decision this weekend from the grand jury considering charges against police officer Darren Wilson.
Eight-month-old Zoe only has two good legs. Her adopted family hopes the double-amputee donkey can some day become a therapy animal. But first, Erin Breen reports they have to worry about paying off Zoe's medical bills.
A dedicated worker at a company in Colorado has reached some impressive milestones. She's been with the company for more than a half-century. Not only that, she's 100 years old, with no plans of slowing down. Kevin Torres has the story.
It was a snowfall of historic proportions in the Buffalo area. And the monster snowstorm inspired a storm of images on social media. Jeanne Moos has some of the best, both real and bogus, from belly flop to doggie igloo.