During the height of the protests following the shooting of Michael Brown, police in Ferguson, MO requested air space to be restricted to keep out news helicopters. Protestors say it's another example of authorities trying to control the message and take attention away from the militarized response.
Cruise passengers got a big scare on Halloween when their ship was at sea and hit something, causing it to lose power.
"We all thought it was prank 'cause it was Halloween," one man said.
Everyone was forced to evacuate, but not before waiting around for hours without any food or water.
Vice President Joe Biden isn't buying the growing consensus heading into Election Day that Republicans are poised to take control of the Senate.
"I don't agree with the oddsmakers," Biden said in an exclusive interview with CNN Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger. "I predict we're gonna ... keep the Senate."
But even if Republicans do win the chamber for the first time in nearly a decade, Biden didn't seem to think the victory would have much impact on the administration's priorities.
Record-breaking daredevil Nik Wallenda completed Sunday what he had called his most challenging feat to date: a tightrope walk between two skyscrapers 600 feet above downtown Chicago.
The seventh-generation aerialist's "Skyscraper Live" walk was broadcast on Discovery.
The walk consisted of two parts, starting from Marina City's West Tower, about 588 feet high. He crossed above the Chicago River to the Leo Burnett Building, finishing 671 feet above the street, according to Skyscraper Live's website.
After he returned to the West Tower, he crossed to the East Tower blindfolded as he braced against estimated wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour.