A telemarketer making a sales call heard a woman hundreds of miles away being attacked. The victim didn't even know her phone had rung. The chilling call was recorded at the Las Vegas call center. And horrified workers there knew they had to help. Vanessa Murphy has the story.
It seems like everyone watches the super bowl -- whether they like football or not. The massive number of viewers is a golden opportunity for advertisers, if they can afford to get in on the action. CNN money's Cristina Alesci reports.
In some parts of the northeast, this week's snow storm is creating havoc. But in places where the storm didn't quite materialize as predicted, CNN's Jeanne Moos reports they're weathering a blizzard of jokes.
A landslide moved a Camas woman’s backyard up the the back door of her neighbor's house overnight Saturday. Now the homeowners, insurance companies, city and county officials, and engineers are still trying to figure out the muddy mess.
A Missouri woman's treasure was missing for decades. She thought it was gone forever, but a student from Lewis Palmer high school took up the mission to find it. As Emily Allen reports, it's now mission accomplished.
Bugs have been a dietary staple of many cultures for centuries. Yet westerners have been slow to stomach the creepy crawlers. That may be changing. Rachel Crane heads to New York's the black ant to taste the latest restaurant trend.