A Florida family thought they were burying their baby, but at the funeral ... a heartbreaking mistake. The funeral director had to tell a grieving family the baby they thought they buried, wasn't in the casket. Mike Marza has more.
There's a growing crackdown on Google Glass, those high-tech computers mounted in eye-glass frames. Now some in San Francisco are mounting a campaign against them, and just wearing the glasses could be asking for trouble. Dan Simon found that out firsthand.
So what do you want to be when you grow up? It's a question we've all been asked at one time or another when we were younger. One college graduate, who couldn't decide on the answer, took on an unusual job search, and since then, may have inspired a movement. Fredricka Whitfield explains.
It's not for the faint of heart. Climbing Mount Everest and taking a nose-dive down to the ground. Joby Ohgwin has already climbed Everest, and hiked down. So it's clearly a natural progression to then throw yourself off the world's tallest mountain. CNN's Jonathan Mann has more.
We've seen it in plenty of sci-fi movies and TV shows: a computer-controlled house or office, where everything from the lights to kitchen appliances are voice-activated and fully automated. That futuristic fantasy is fast becoming reality. Laurie Segall gives us an inside look at what may be the world's first "smart-phone home".
A high school basketball playoff game turned ugly moments after the final buzzer. A brawl broke out -- Fans, players and coaches covered the court, exchanging shoves and punches. Rebecca Klopf reports.
A Rhode Island boy battling cancer will celebrate his seventh birthday in a very big way. Police officers from across the nation are converging on Burrillville for Tyler Seddon's party. Jack Harper has more on what to expect.