Posted: 7:37 AM The court-martial trial for Army Sgt. John Russell has concluded. Now a military judge will decide whether the 14-year Army veteran was deluded by depression and despair as he shot five fellow service members in Iraq. Or he may decide Russell was taking revenge against psychiatrists who had blocked his hoped-for early exit from the Army.
Updated: 4:51 PM Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates forcefully defended the Obama administration on Sunday against charges that it did not do enough to prevent the tragedy in Benghazi, telling CBS' "Face the Nation" that some critics of the administration have a "cartoonish impression of military capabilities and military forces."
Posted: 9:38 PM The sheriff of Virginia's Caroline County says he's examined the paperwork, and the burial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev in the county appears to have been legal.
Updated: 8:41 PM Britain's Prince Harry and U.S. swimming superstar Missy Franklin are getting the Warrior Games off to a touching start, escorting a blind Navy officer to light the Olympic-style flame.
Updated: 9:48 PM As relatives of the Cleveland kidnapping and rape suspect recounted claims of his unnerving paranoia and violent outbursts, DNA testing confirmed the man accused of holding three women captive for nearly a decade is the father of a 6-year-old girl who also escaped from the house.
Posted: 11:03 AM Newtown parents Steven Uhde and Peter Barresi didn't want the town to abandon the elementary school property where 20 first-graders and six educators were killed in December and build a new school elsewhere, saying that would be like letting the gunman win.
Updated: 11:00 PM The Federal Aviation Administration is keeping open for now the 149 control towers at small airports that were slated to close as the result of governmentwide automatic spending cuts imposed by Congress.
Updated: 7:11 PM The student veteran population at Texas A&M is increasing every year as more service men and women return home from battle. Now, thanks to several veterans groups on campus, these proud veterans are getting recognized during graduation.
Updated: 9:38 AM A 72-foot-long, high-tech catamaran sailboat capsized Thursday in San Francisco Bay while practicing for the America's Cup races this summer, killing an Olympic gold medalist from England and injuring another sailor, authorities said.
Updated: 11:32 AM Former Connecticut Sen. Joseph Lieberman says failures by national security agencies tainted investigations into the Boston bombing plotters - and says the scheme could have been discovered beforehand.
Updated: 10:39 AM Ryan Polly, who ran in the 2013 Boston Marathon but was still a mile from the finish line when the tragic bombing occurred, has launched a fast-growing petition on Change.org asking the Boston Athletic Association (BAA) to allow thousands of runners in his situation to get a second chance to run the race.