As a grand jury reconvenes Monday to weigh evidence in the Michael Brown shooting, the city of Ferguson is on edge. Some businesses have boarded up and activists are prepared to protest.
Local officials told CNN that if the grand jury decides whether to indict Officer Darren Wilson on Monday, an official announcement of that decision could come soon afterward - rather than 48 hours later as previously planned.
Officials caution, however, that nothing is set and logistics are still being worked out.
Prosecutors haven't said what their plans are.
Neal Shytles has spent the last 18 months in a homeless shelter, and he doesn't have any family. So this year for Thanksgiving, he posted an ad on Facebook to see if a family would take him in, just for the day. He was shocked and brought to tears when he got dozens of responses from around the country. Chris Cuomo has the story.
In the past two weeks, at least 15 women have come forward and accused comedian Bill Cosby of sexual assault or rape. Some of these women, like Kristina Ruehli, kept the assault a secret from their closest friends and family for decades. But now, she and others are speaking out. Ruehli sat down with CNN's Alisyn Camerota.
On social media, people are skeptical. Many have suggested the women are doing this for money or fame. Ruehli says otherwise.
"I don’t like to see these other women who had similar experiences called liars, and trashed in the media, when I know that I can speak for them."
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