Ben Affleck gives Sen. Leahy shoutout for Batman cameo The actor, director and activist used his star power to press Congress for more foreign aid for the Democratic Republic of Congo. He also gave a Hollywood hat-tip at a Senate hearing Thursday, calling out Sen. Patrick Leahy for his cameo in Batman. The Vermont senator is known for being a Batman fanatic. Gayle King reports.
Crazy piranha feeding frenzy - caught on tape Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including an unusual reaction to becoming a big sister, a Lego remake of Jurassic Park and a Rubik's Cube dance move. Plus, tossing meat in a Brazilian river sets off a ferocious piranha feast. To see these videos in their entirety, click HERE.
National Puppy Day In honor of National Puppy Day, a gallery of the world's most interesting mini-canines
Drool-worthy giant peanut butter cup for the record books A Los Angeles candy shop is waiting to see if its gigantic 440-pound peanut butter cup is going to set a Guinness World Record. The treat took three hours to make, lives inside a kiddie pool, and its pieces will be sold for charity. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Meg Oliver have more on the giant tasty treat.
"Guinea Pig Bridge" song is crazy, cute and catchy Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including Bach mixing with the Jackson 5, a guy living inside a fighting game and a hitman ransom prank. Plus, "Guinea Pig Bridge" is the song you'll be happy to have stuck in your head. To see these videos in their entirety, click HERE.
Sinead O'Connor ditching hit song Singer waves an emotionless goodbye to her hit song "Nothing compares to you," telling fans they shouldn't expect to hear it at future concerts. Why? CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Meg Oliver explain.
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