Here's a rundown of the top stories from today's show:
Watch as this school bus full of children crashes into a taxi in Brooklyn, New York.
A surveillance camera captures the force of the impact as the cab slams into a light pole and the bus flips over injuring six children inside.
Witnesses say they rushed to pull the students, who were between the ages of 10 and 12, out of the wreck.
The crash injured nine people as six special needs students and three adults were transported to area hospitals with minor injuries.
The cab driver is in critical condition and officials are still investigating the cause of the crash.
I'm conducting a social experiment, exploring the streets of San Francisco with a pair of Google Glass, the $1,500 dollar wearable computer with a built in camera.
Most people are just curious, but one guy is not happy to see me.
"Google Glasses are about to go in the garbage," he says.
Then he curses. "They're non privacy..they're EXPLETIVE interrupting the world."
The exchange happened in the city's famed Haight Ashbury district.
The same area where resident Sarah Slocum ran into some trouble because she says she was wearing Google Glass.
Inside a bar called Molotovs, Slocum says she turned on the camera when things turned nasty.
"I never experienced any animosity from wearing Google Glass and it completely took me off guard."
The late night confrontation was apparently part of an angry backlash against Silicon Valley employees who some say are driving up rent prices in an already expensive market.
Though Slocum doesn't even work for a technology company, several San Francisco bars, including Molotovs, have now banned the use of Google Glass because of concerns about privacy.
Unlike a smartphone, it's not exactly clear when someone is recording with the new technology.
What do you think about Google Glass? Let us know in the comments below.