We probably would have never even known this happened if a police officer had not pulled over the former big league slugger. Jose Canseco tried to explain the situation on Twitter.
Filed under: The RidicuList
It's a reunion five years in the making. For Army Captain Matt Zeller, it is mission accomplished. He promised to get the Afghan interpreter who saved his life a visa to move to the U.S. That interpreter, Janis Shinwari, quickly became a top Taliban target and landed on their "kill list." Anderson talks to them about why the visa was so difficult to obtain.
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Orthopedic surgeon Mary Neal was kayaking in South America when she got pinned underwater for 15 minutes. She says she had no pulse, was not breathingand experienced what she described as an out of body experience. Dr. Neal told Randi Kaye her extraordinary story, and says "you can't write everything off as a coincidence."
Mary Jo Rapini says her life changed profoundly when she suffered a severe brain aneurysm.
There is still no word on whether the massive helium balloons will be allowed to fly during Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Despite the threat of strong winds, crews are working through the night to inflate the balloons. The crowds are already lined up for what might be their best chance to see them. Gary Tuchman is on the scene.
The storm along the east coast is causing a ripple effect of travel delays stretching across the country. Whether you are hitting the road or heading to the airport, the weather is posing a serious challenge for millions of Americans. So just how rough is it out there? John Berman has the latest.
Their stories are extraordinary. Randi Kaye speaks with people who were on the brink of death, when they say they left this world for another. They offer answers to the questions we would all like to ask.
Randi spoke with Orthopedic surgeon Mary Neal, who was trapped underwater for more than fifteen minutes. She describes the moment "I felt my body break free, and I felt my spirit break free."
Anita Moorjani was living her final moments with stage 4 lymphoma. She says she had to choose whether to come back or not. In her own words, Anita tells Randi why she returned.
Videos are capturing what some are calling a trend: Young people assaulting random strangers, trying to knock them to the ground with a single punch. The so-called “knockout game” is making headlines nationwide, but is it an actual trend? Pam Brown has been investigating.
Phoebe Connolly, who works with young people professionally, was punched in the face by a stranger while riding her bike home. She says teenagers "don't always think of the ramifications of their actions."
Filed under: Pamela Brown
Pope Francis is challenging church leaders to shift their focus back to the poor. In the first major document he’s written since becoming pontiff, Pope Francis writes:
"I prefer a Church which is bruised, hurting and dirty because it has been out on the streets, rather than a Church which is unhealthy from being confined and from clinging to its own security."
That's basically a call for leaders to get their shoes muddy and get involved in the lives of their parishioners, rather than spending too much time parsing church doctrine. CNN Senior Vatican Analyst John Allen has more.
The latest CNN / ORC poll shows Republicans have an edge over Democrats among registered voters. That's a big turnaround from just one month ago when Democrats had an eight-point advantage. Control of Congress is up for grabs in next year's midterm elections. Chief National Correspondent John King takes a closer look at what these new polls could mean.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a pair of cases contesting the Affordable Care Act's contraception rule. Religious groups are already exempt, but for-profit corporations are not. The companies behind the two cases say they should not have to provide health insurance that covers certain types of birth control that they consider to be a form of abortion. John Berman takes a look at both sides of this issue with legal analysts Jeffrey Toobin and Sunny Hostin and Jay Sekulow, chief counsel at the American Center of Law and Justice.
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