Labor Day travel facts

Are you traveling for the Labor Day holiday? Check out these facts from CBS News.

Boy shot on northeast side

The boy was shot just after 6:30 a.m. in the Tamarack neighborhood just off Stellhorn Road. He arrived at a hospital a short time later.

Angola man, 85, arrested for shooting wife

The shooting took place Thursday afternoon at an Angola home and police took an 85-year-old man into custody after finding a woman suffering from gunshot wounds.

US orders Russia to close SF consulate

It was a harsh welcome to Washington for new Russian Ambassador Anatoly Antonov, who arrived only hours after the U.S. announcement.

Muslims around world celebrate Eid as hajj enters final days

The pilgrimage is required of all Muslims with the means to perform once in a lifetime. For the final three days of hajj, pilgrims sleep in a large tent valley called Mina to take part in a symbolic stoning of the devil.

Ohio Governors’ health care plan retains mandate

The recommendation is part of a plan for stabilizing individual insurance markets that Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a Republican, and Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, a Democrat, sent to congressional leaders Thursday.

Former aides say Ind. GOP lawmaker yelled at staff, docked pay

Working for four-term Republican Rep. Todd Rokita of Indiana is an exacting job with long hours, made more difficult by a boss known for micromanaging and yelling at his staff, according to 10 former aides who spoke to The Associated Press.