Posted: 8:21 PM The White House says Friday's public disclosure of emails related to the attack on a U.S. compound in Libya is an attempt by Republicans to "politicize" the investigation.
Posted: 11:50 AM The loss for the financial quarter ending March 31 was narrower than a $3.2 billion loss for the same period last year
Updated: 11:49 AM Spacewalk may be needed to fix space station leak
Posted: 8:30 AM COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates is addressing graduates of the University of South Carolina.
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.
Posted: 7:26 AM The International Space Station has a radiator leak in its power system. The outpost's commander calls the situation serious, but not life-threatening.
Posted: 10:59 PM A defense lawyer says a Tunisian man arrested in New York and accused of trying to stay in the United States illegally to build a terrorism cell denies the accusations.
Posted: 2:01 PM President Barack Obama says the American economy is, in his words, "poised for progress."
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.
Updated: 9:28 AM President Barack Obama wants to show that creating well-paying middle-class jobs is still a priority.
Posted: 7:47 AM Boston's police commissioner told lawmakers conducting the first congressional hearing on the Marathon bombings that government should tighten security around celebratory public events and consider using more undercover officers, special police units and technology, including surveillance cameras - but only in ways that don't run afoul of civil liberties.
Posted: 7:26 AM Carol Wilkins leaned over the side of her father's wheelchair and handed him the small red box, a heart-shaped cutout revealing its contents: a weathered, bent silver dog tag.
Posted: 7:16 AM The North American Aerospace Defense Command is celebrating its 55th anniversary.
Posted: 6:46 AM The Carnival Triumph is headed back to sea three months after limping into port following an engine room fire.
Posted: 6:39 AM It was an attitude problem, Air Force commanders insisted, not a matter of competence. And besides, they contended, security was never at risk in spite of what one commander called "rot" in the crew force.
Posted: 5:39 AM A breach in which an 82-year-old nun and two other protesters sneaked into a Tennessee nuclear weapons plant last year is "completely unacceptable" and an "important wake-up call" for the government, the head of an agency charged with safeguarding the nation's nuclear weapons stockpile said Wednesday.
Updated: 9:17 AM The widow of dead Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev has hired a criminal lawyer with experience defending terrorism cases as she continues to face questions from federal authorities.
Posted: 8:52 PM A Cleveland man faces a string of charges for allegedly kidnapping two teens and a young woman and holding them for nearly a decade at his home.
Updated: 2:39 PM CBS says soap opera star Jeanne Cooper has died. She was 84.