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Testimony in Aurora movie massacre trial includes dazed comments from admitted shooter James Holmes
Seniors at Sequoyah High School in Tennesse let possums and crickets loose in the halls as part of their senior prank. Because of damages to the school more than 100 students will not be walking at graduation as a result.
Bertie, who fathered every hippopotamus calf at the zoo, was euthanized by officials due to poor health
Frank Freshwaters, a convicted killer who walked away from an Ohio prison farm in 1959, was caught Tuesday in Florida by members of the U.S. Marshals Service.
New rules would bar cities from using drinking-quality water on street median grass and urge homeowners to let lawns go brown
Security cameras captured a koala wandering around a military hospital in Australia.
Ryan Gosling made a Vine in memory of Ryan McHenry, who made the Internet laugh with his Vines trying to get Gosling to eat cereal in his movie scenes. McHenry died of bone cancer on Monday.
Recently published book says The Clinton Foundation took donations from foreign governments in exchange for favors from the State Department while Hillary Clinton served as Secretary of State. CBS News senior political editor Steve Chaggaris has more on the book's potential impact on the campaign.