October 23rd @ 4:48 AM GMT
CBS News Government officials say former police officer Kevin Vickers fatally shot the gunman who had killed a soldier and stormed Parliament (World)
October 23rd @ 4:02 AM GMT
CBS News Tragedy and terror struck Canada's capital city Ottawa after a gunman shot a soldier standing guard at the country's National War Memorial. The gunman was later killed in a shootout inside Ottawa's Parliament building; and, the extreme drought in Reno, Nevada, has not only dried up rivers, it has also depleted the natural food sources of bears, forcing them farther into urban communities to feed. Bears are bulking up for hibernation and need to eat up to 30,000 calories a day. (U.S. News)
October 23rd @ 3:47 AM GMT
CBS News White House briefly on lockdown after man jumps North Lawn fence and is subdued by agents and guard dogs (Politics)
October 23rd @ 3:33 AM GMT
CBS News The city's Office of Emergency Management ran a training exercise Wednesday that simulated a response to a nuclear explosion in Times Square (U.S. News)
October 23rd @ 2:43 AM GMT (16 min ago)
CBS News A billing glitch involving Bank of America debit cards marked an early hiccup for the mobile payment service launched Monday (Technology)
October 23rd @ 2:40 AM GMT (19 min ago)
CBS News The devices made by the Japanese Takata company are said to be responsible for at least four deaths and 30 injuries, including on in a Florida case, which it settled (U.S. News)
October 23rd @ 2:28 AM GMT (31 min ago)
E! Online The star of The Theory of Everythingswooped in and saved (Entertainment)
October 23rd @ 2:24 AM GMT (35 min ago)
CBS News The former Microsoft CEO and new Los Angeles Clippers owner talks with CBS News' Jeff Glor about the upcoming NBA season and his former competitor Apple's latest offering, Apple Pay. (U.S. News)
October 23rd @ 2:22 AM GMT (37 min ago)
Wall Street Journal China’s HSBC flash purchasing managers’ index ticked higher, a result which may go some way to ease concerns over the pace of Chinese economic growth. (U.S. News)
October 23rd @ 2:16 AM GMT (43 min ago)
Wall Street Journal The wife and fugitive mayor of the city where 43 students were abducted in September are the main suspects in the still unsolved disappearance of the students, a top Mexican official said. (World)
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