An eyewitness recounted how he rushed to his truck to get paper towels to help stop the bleeding for a Texas meteorologist who was shot outside his television station earlier this week.
"He said 'I've been shot. I've been shot. I'm in terrible pain. Help me please!'" Richard Dieter told ABC News of the moment he saw Patrick Crawford early Wednesday.
"[I] went and got some paper towels out of my truck and we held those on his wounds and five to six minutes later, the state trooper showed up," Deiter said.
Boxing great Muhammad Ali was hospitalized with a mild case of pneumonia that was caught early and should result in a short hospital stay, an Ali spokesman told The Associated Press on Saturday night.
The three-time world heavyweight champion, who is battling Parkinson's disease, is being treated by his team of doctors and is in stable condition, said his spokesman, Bob Gunnell.
"He went into the hospital this morning," Gunnell said in a phone interview. "He has a mild case of pneumonia and the prognosis is good."
President Obama kicked off his first full day of vacation in typical fashion: A round of golf.
Along with White House aides -- and regular golf partners -- Mike Brush and Joe Paulsen and childhood friend Bobby Titcomb, the president spent about four hours at the Kaneohe Klipper golf club on the grounds of Marine Corps Base Hawaii.
As usual, the White House doesn't release the scores.
A rare white lion was euthanized this week after zoo keepers found he had age-related health issues.
The lion named Future, was one of two male African white lions at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden. The two were loaned permanently to the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden by Siegfried and Roy in 1998.
At age 17, the rare lion's ability to move had been compromised according to zoo officials.
5. Elton John, Lance Bass Each Get Married
After more than 20 years together, music icon Elton John and his partner David Furnish are married!
John, 67, and Furnish, 52, planned a celebration at their estate near Windsor Castle, where an A-list crowd was expected, the Associated Press reports.
Lance Bass, the former 'N Sync star, host and producer, 35, married Michael Turchin in Los Angeles on Saturday, People magazine reported.