Queer Spaces Have Never Been Safe — But We Will Continue To Create More

On Saturday night, a gunman opened fire with a rifle at the only queer club in Colorado Springs, killing five people and injuring several others. By many accounts, Club Q was a special place where the LGBTQ community and their allies gathered to drink, dance and be with one another. People at the club, including … Read more

City councilman’s daughter dies in crossfire while driving for Lyft, Georgia cops say

Lauren Allen, 31, was shot and killed after dropping off a Lyft passenger in DeKalb County, Georgia, on Nov. 21, police said. Screengrab from GoFundMe.com A Lyft driver and daughter of a city councilman was shot dead after she was caught in the crossfire of a domestic dispute between a passenger and an armed man, … Read more

Walmart manager opens fire in break room, killing 6

By ALEX BRANDON CHESAPEAKE, Va. (AP) — A Walmart manager opened fire on fellow employees in the break room of a Virginia store, killing six people in the country’s second high-profile mass shooting in four days, police and a witness said Wednesday. The gunman, who apparently shot himself, was dead when police found him, Chesapeake … Read more

Actress Lauren Graham on new book and

Actress Lauren Graham on new book and “Gilmore Girls” – CBS News Watch CBS News Actor, writer and producer Lauren Graham joins “CBS Mornings” to discuss her new book “Have I Told You This Already?” which includes personal stories about her life and career. The “Gilmore Girls” star also discusses whether she’s Team Logan or … Read more

Black Friday money-saving moves to make now

There are other ways to drum up Black Friday savings — and they don’t involve waking up at the crack of dawn or buying discounted items from big-box stores. Getty Images/iStockphoto Black Friday is a popular shopping day for bargain hunters. In fact, the National Retail Federation projects that a whopping 115 million people will … Read more

Ross: Could planes only have one pilot someday?

On Monday, there was a story about a new idea to increase the efficiency of Air Travel proposed by the International Civil Aviation Organization, which controls global aviation safety rules. As Geoff Colvin of Fortune magazine reported, it’s part of a steady evolution toward more automation in the cockpit. More from Dave Ross: Want to … Read more