A dire prediction for guacamole lovers. Avocados are already in short supply because of an ongoing drought in California. And scientists say climate change could greatly reduce avocado production in the future. As Cornell Barnard reports, some restaurants are taking notice.
An Indiana woman went to the hospital for stomach pains only to find out she was having a baby. She says there were no signs of pregnancy. Just hours later, she got the surprise of her lifetime with the birth of her son. Tanya Spencer has the story.
Imagine using a computer screen smaller than your finger nail to assist you at work. Well that's what firefighters in Rocky Mount, North Carolina are doing. Rocky Mount, about 45 minutes from Raleigh, is using a special Google Glass program to save lives. Chad Silber has more.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Monday justified the use of Russian troops streaming into neighboring Ukraine's Crimea region as a necessary protection for his country's citizens living there.
Pro-Russian demonstrations broke out across the Ukraine on Saturday as the political crisis deppened. Russia’s parliament approved Vladamir Putin’s request for a military intervention in Ukraine, and Russian troops are now stationed across the strategic Crimea region.
“We are now deeply concerned by reports of military movements taken by the Russian federation inside Ukraine,” President Barack Obama said.
A California weatherman has become the latest broadcaster to get spooked by a spider on air. A perfect excuse to take a look back at some of the best creature creep-outs caught on camera from a swallowed grasshopper to a python stuck in a weatherman's shorts. CNN's Jeanne Moos takes a look.
Thousands of faithful filmgoers in California got a sneak preview of the highly-anticipated movie "Son of God." Tony Lopez asked the audience what they thought about the newest Hollywood treatment of the Gospels' story.
A husband and wife are reveling in their good fortune after finding 10 million dollars in rare gold coins buried on their property in Northern California. The gold country discovery is thought to be the largest of its kind in U.S. history. And as Joe Vazquez reports, it's inspiring a little gold fever in the region.
Found near death on the shores of Alabama three years ago, Chance the dolphin is now not only healed but learning how to paint like Picasso. And as Steve Phillips reports, Chance is not the only dolphin taking up art.