50 years to the day since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, tributes and memorials held in his honor nationwide. Today, the first official ceremony was held at Dealey Plaza in Dallas, on the very spot where Kennedy was assassinated. A crowd of 5,000 stood in somber reflection. Across the U.S. flags flew at half-mast and a moment of silence observed at 12:30 in the afternoon - the exact time when Kennedy was shot.
A new change in the Affordable Care Act. The Obama Administration extending the deadline to enroll through December 23rd. Those who purchase insurance by then will have coverage starting January 1st. A CNN analysis put the number of people signing up on state-run marketplaces so far at about 156,000. No figures yet on sign-ups through the federally-run healthcare.gov.
The White House is pushing the Afghan government to move quickly on a security agreement to allow U.S. troops to stay past 2014. Afghanistan's president says he wants a deal-- but one more on his terms. The main sticking point is over immunity for U.S. troops. The loya jirga, a council of tribal elders, must approve any agreement-- it is expected to decide on Sunday.
The "knock-out game"-- it's a real prank, a dangerous one. The premise is to walk with a group of friends past an unsuspecting stranger. Then sucker-punch them and see if you can knock them out. The victim is not actually mugged. But police say it's not just a game. It's assault, and victims have been seriously hurt -- and in some cases even died.
It's time again for the "Hunger Games" -- Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson star in the second installment of the series. As victors of the last cut-throat competition, they tour the 12 districts-- and realize a rebellion may be brewing. They're ordered to return to the arena for another fight to the death. Will the odds again be in their favor? Find out as "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" hits the big screen tonight.