Eleven Hurt in Two I-5 Rollover Crashes: "State troopers believe alcohol is to blame."

Republicans Move Right on Immigration: “Is there no one in your conference who can stand up and talk sensibly when others in your party want to demonize children at the border and deport the DREAMers?” asked Rep. Luis Guiterrez.

Earthquake in Southwest China: Kills more than 150 people and leaves 1,400 wounded.

Ebola: Two Seattle scientists are working on a cure, the American doctor brought to Atlanta for treatment "seems to be improving", and an American doctor in Guinea says, "The location of this outbreak has profound geopolitical implications and as a result I’m concerned that this epidemic is far from over."

Boeing: On Friday, a National Labor Relations Board judge ruled the company failed to negotiate in good faith with an engineers' union when it refused to provide evidence to back up claims that Puget Sound workers are more expensive than workers elsewhere. The day before, Boeing declared that its new Dreamliner will be constructed entirely in South Carolina.

NASA Says "Impossible" Space Engine Works: "Test results indicate that the RF resonant cavity thruster design, which is unique as an electric propulsion device, is producing a force that is not attributable to any classical electromagnetic phenomenon and therefore is potentially demonstrating an interaction with the quantum vacuum virtual plasma," according to a team of NASA scientists.

Almost 1 in 3 Restaurant Workers: Don't have enough to eat when they get home, according to a new survey.

What Every Voter Should Want to Know: Why hasn't CIA chief John Brennan resigned?

Lightning Struck a Man in Green Lake Yesterday: "The electricity flowing through my body. I can't describe it. It was amazing." He not only lived, but caught it on camera: