|Russia, US continue to spy on each other
The embarrassing arrest of a suspected CIA officer in Moscow is the latest reminder that the U.S. and Russia are still engaged in an espionage battle with secret tactics, spying devices and specialized training.
|Indiana woman killed her children, then herself
Police said Friday that a mother who was found drowned in a southern Indiana creek, along with her two children, killed them before committing suicide.
|Record $600M Powerball jackpot inspires office pools
In workplaces across the nation, Americans are inviting their colleagues to chip in $2 for a Powerball ticket and a shared daydream. The office lottery pool is a way to improve your odds and have a little fun with co-workers.
|Cleveland kidnapping suspect rests in jail, records show
Logs documenting almost every minute of a Cleveland kidnapping suspect's time in jail show that he continues to spend most of his time resting, with occasional breaks for pacing, showers and cell cleaning.
|Obama's budget will cut deficits by $1T by 2023
Congress' nonpartisan budget analyst says President Barack Obama's budget would trim projected federal deficits by $1.1 trillion over the coming decade.
|US slams Russian missiles going to Syria
The Obama administration is criticizing Russia's decision to provide Syria with anti-ship missiles, which it says will only worsen the civil war.
|GOP hopes IRS scandal will snag health care law
Political scandals cause collateral damage and Republicans are hoping the furor over federal tax enforcers singling out conservative groups will snag some really big game — President Barack Obama's health care law.
|Ex-Mississippi police chief faces new indictment
A former Mississippi police chief already charged with demanding money or property in exchange for dropping criminal charges against people has been indicted on nine new counts.
|Missing people in Texas tornadoes found safe
The Sheriff's Office in Hood County, Texas, said Friday the seven people listed as missing following this week's outbreak of tornadoes have been found safe.
|Mourners gather to remember Malcolm X's grandson
Mourners are gathering at the Islamic Cultural Center of Northern California in Oakland to remember Malcolm X's grandson, Malcolm Shabazz, who was beaten to death in Mexico last week.