NYC hosts flash mob "Dinner in White" Thousands of New Yorkers, dressed in all white, attended a secret, invitation-only dinner party in Bryant Park. CBS 2's Hazel Sanchez reports on the exclusive dining experience.
Woman finds toad in can of green beans Gloria Chubb, a retired nurse's aide from South Bend, Ind., lost her appetite after spotting a small toad in a can of Meijer green beans. The Indiana Department of Health concluded the toad was processed along with the food at the canning plant in Wisconsin.
Wild turkeys go on the attack Despite a number of churchgoers being attacked by wild turkeys, parishioners at Faith United Church of Christ in Frederick, Md., feel they have to protect the animals. WUSA 9's Bruce Leshan reports.
Squeaky frog shows off its unique voice The vocal Namaqua Rain Frog has gained Internet notoriety for it's squeak. The tiny amphibian measures less than two inches in length and is a burrowing frog. It spends most of its time underground and does not inhabit water. When feeling threatened, this type of frog can inflate their bodies dramatically as a defense mechanism to deter predators, as well as make the squeaky distress call -- as seen in this video.