A meaningful moment took place during the Red Sox victory parade on Saturday as the team placed their World Series championship trophy on the finish line of the Boston marathon, the scene of April's marathon bombings. Outfielder Jonny Gomes put a 'Boston Strong' jersey over the trophy. "Boston Strong" has become a mantra for the city in the aftermath of those bombings.
Honda is recalling 344,000 Odyssey minivans for a sensor issue. The automaker says the problem can cause the vehicle to brake all on its own. It includes minivans from the 2007 and 2008 model years. The fix involves installing a new sensor, but the equipment won't be available until next spring.
There was no trick-or-treating for folks in central Texas on halloween night. Powerful storms pounded the area, flooding many neighborhoods. Over a thousand homes were evacuated in the central part of Texas. More than a foot of rain fell in the area according to the National Weather Service, and two people were killed in the floods.
Experts from Google and other prominent tech companies are joining a "tech surge" to fix the struggling healthcare.gov website. The agency overseeing the Obamacare site announced the additions Thursday after the site crashed for over 36 hours. The agency says the surge includes dozens of people with expertise in the site's key issues: reliability, stability and large-scale operations.
LAX's terminal three, the scene of Friday's deadly shooting, officially reopened over the weekend. The FBI continues to investigate the gunman, who was taken into custody after being shot by police. Authorities say 23-year-old Paul Ciancia pulled out an assault rifle and opened fire. A TSA agent was killed and several others were injured. Ciancia's been charged with the murder of a federal officer and, if convicted, could face the death penalty.