Subway death suspect shown
New York police have released surveillance video of the woman suspected of pushing a man to his death in front of a subway train, the second such crime in the city this month.
The video shows the woman running from the elevated platform. Witnesses told police she had been following the man closely and mumbling to herself.
She got up from a nearby bench and shoved him as the train pulled in.
Police said the condition of the man's body was making it difficult to identify him.
Gun cop kills
A police officer shot and killed a garbage collector in Brazil after mistaking the Bible he was carrying for a gun.
Antonio Marcos dos Santos was stopped by police as he was heading to church in the city of Avare.
When he raised his hands a police officer saw a bulge in his pocket and, thinking it was a weapon, opened fire.
The police officer will remain in detention pending the outcome of an investigation.
Stray cat helps guide blind dog
A blind dog left basket-bound by his condition has found freedom again, thanks to his very own guide cat.
Eight-year-old Terfel was unable to navigate his way around his home after being diagnosed with severe cataracts.
But when owner Judy Godfrey-Brown let a stray cat into her north Wales home the animal helped Terfel get back on his feet.
Ms Godfrey-Brown (57) said: "She uses her paws to help guide him around the house and in the garden."
Singles share Beyonce stage
All the single ladies -- and men -- will have a chance to join Beyonce onstage at the upcoming Super Bowl.
Pepsi has announced that dozens of fans will hit the stage when the Grammy-winning diva performs February 3 in New Orleans.
A contest will allow fans to submit photos of themselves.
Those pictures will be used in a TV ad introducing Beyonce's halftime performance and 50 will be selected to join the singer onstage.