A small plane crashed into a home in Denver Monday. The plane plunged into a house, its tail sticking out of the two-story building. The pilot was not hurt and no one was in the house when it crashed. Witnesses say the plane was flying too low to the ground and was struggling to stay airborne. The cause of the crash is under investigation.
An investigation is now under way into what caused a circus apparatus to collapse. During a performance Sunday in Rhode Island, 8 female performers who were hanging from their hair were injured. Another performer on the ground was also injured. Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus says it takes safety seriously. And one circus performer familiar with the "human chandelier" act says nothing is ever truly fail-safe. The accident is under investigation.
Trending worldwide, the leader of a Nigerian terror group is threatening to sell more than 200 young girls his Boko Haram group kidnapped in rural Nigeria. The girls were taken in the middle of the night 3 weeks ago. The kidnappings have spurred global outrage. The president of Nigeria promised to rescue the girls. The U.S. lists Boko Haram as a terrorist organization. Its name translates to "Western education is a sin."
The L.A. Clippers will be getting a new leader. With owner Donald Sterling banned from the league over racist audio recordings, the NBA announced it's appointing a new CEO to oversee the team's day-to-day operations. Donald's wife and the team's co-owner Shelly Sterling says she supports the move.
Months after a massive data breach at Target, the retailer's CEO Gregg Steinhafel is stepping down. Target has been working to upgrade its security measures since 40 million Target shoppers had their credit card information compromised. Chief Financial Officer John Mulligan will serve as interim CEO.