Remember when reality TV featured people eating live bugs and critters - all for some prize money and 15 minutes of fame? Well now the critters are turning the dinner table on them.
CNN's Jeanne Moos has the story of the guy eaten alive by an anaconda.
Less than a week after Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo disintegrated high above California's Mojave desert, technicians are reportedly already back at work building a second SpaceShipTwo in hopes of resuming test flights as early as next summer.
It's a quick turnaround considering so many unknowns remain, including what exactly caused the crash, as well as the mystery of how one of the two pilots managed to survive a disaster that unraveled at the speed of sound, 50,000 feet in the air.
CNN's Dan Simon has more.
A Navy SEAL who says he fired the shot that killed Osama bin Laden has revealed his identity to the Washington Post.
The 38-year-old Montanan also said that other SEAL team members were involved in the raid, including Mark Bissonnette, who detailed the group's experiences in his memoir, "No Easy Day."
O'Neill, who had been serving as a SEAL for 15 years at the time of the bin Laden raid, had participated in other missions before - but he said he feared this mission would be his most difficult.
"I didn't think I would survive," he told the Post.
So who is this SEAL and did he actually take down bin Laden?
CNN's Erin Burnett has the latest about him and his account.
CNN has new details on how police were able to capture Delvin Barnes, the man accused of kidnapping Carlesha Freeland-Gaither off a Philadelphia street. The abduction was caught on tape, which helped lead to Carlesha's rescue Wednesday night.
Police were able to track down Barnes' car to Jessup, Maryland, which is just over a 100 miles away. Barnes was taken into custody and Carlesha is now resting after her terrifying ordeal.
CNN's Jean Casarez has the details on how police were able to capture Barnes down.