At least 25 of the estimated 48 lions, tigers, bears, wolves and other potentially dangerous animals that escaped from a Zanesville, Ohio, preserve had been killed by early this morning. Authorities are telling people nearby to stay inside.
On the morning after, the consensus seems to be that it was a slugfest in Sin City as the contenders went after each other. At one point, Perry and Romney ended up face-to-face in a heated exchange about immigration.
Authorities are trying to track down all the lions, tigers, bears and other creatures that escaped from a preserve in Zanesville, Ohio. In Greece, unions are protesting austerity measures.
Republican presidential candidates took turns explaining why they think Herman Cain's 9-9-9 plan is really a big zero. And Mitt Romney and Rick Perry swapped criticism in unusually personal and biting terms.
The St. Louis Cardinals and Texas Rangers are set to start play tonight. Both teams can make compelling cases for why they should be favored. "I don't know how to pick this one," says NPR's Tom Goldman.
There are running battles in the streets of Athens, news outlets say, as Greeks express outrage.
The gain in housing starts was the best in 17 months, but they're still not back to the level of a year ago.
PETA says nudity is just one tactic it uses to draw attention to its animal-rights causes, including anti-fur campaigns and new efforts to promote a vegetarian lifestyle. It's not necessarily more effective than other types of shocking ads it...
What happens in Vegas doesn't always stay in Vegas: PolitiFact offers a reality check on squads some of the candidates' statements from the GOP debate.
Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna sprayed a small group of women who were protesting. Video of his action went viral. An internal review found he didn't follow department guidelines. Bologna disputes that. He could lose 10 vacation days.