More Than 1 Person 'Required' in Mansion Murders: Affidavit
This comes a day after a suspect was taken into custory.
Mom Accepts Son's Diploma Days After He Dies in Crash
Kaye Jackson honored her son's memory by accepting his diploma.
Mike Huckabee Defends Josh Duggar
"Good people make mistakes," he said, adding his actions aren't "unforgivable."
State Dept. Releases Hundreds of Clinton's Benghazi E-Mails
This is the first batch of more than 55,000 e-mails to be released.
FBI Arrests 2 Who Allegedly Wanted to Join ISIS
2 California men charged with conspiring to aid terror group, buying air ticket for 1 to fight
Mexican Official: About 40 Dead in Shootout in Cartel Area
Mexican official says about 40 killed in big police shootout with suspects in cartel territory
California Farmers Strike a Deal to Cut Water Use
Farmers in drought-stricken California strike a deal to cut water use; 'unprecedented action'
Coast Guard: Fire on Gulf Oil Platform; 28 Workers Evacuated
Coast Guard: Fire prompts evacuation of 28 workers, shutdown of platform off Louisiana coast
How Cops Were Able to Take Down DC Mansion Suspect
Daron Wint has been arrested for the quadruple murder in D.C.
Georgia Trooper Shoots Traveler After Speeding Stop
Authorities: Georgia state trooper shoots traveler after traffic stop on interstate
California Oil Cleanup Expands as Action Taken Against Pipeline Owner
The spill covers 10 squares miles of Pacific Ocean and 8 miles of coastline.
A Look at Ireland's Historic Gay Marriage Vote
Could become the first country to legalize it through a referendum.
Navy Training Jet Skids Into San Diego Bay, Pilot Rescued
Pilot rescued by a civilian boat, Navy official says.
Agency Downgrades Nevada Earthquake to Magnitude 4.8
Agency downgrades Nevada earthquake felt in Vegas to magnitude 4.8; busy highway ramp damaged
Woman Found Pushing Dead 3-Year-Old Son in Swing
Woman found pushing dead 3-year-old son in Maryland park swing; may have been there all night
Ride Along With SpaceX Crew Dragon
Watch new point of view video from the spacecraft that could one day go to Mars.
Texting Takes Off for Hotel Requests
Personal interaction declines, but that may be just how hotel guests like it.
'19 Kids and Counting' Pulled From Schedule
This comes after Josh Duggar admitted to past "inexcusable" actions.
Go on the Set of 'Wet Hot American Summer, First Day of Camp'
Amy Poehler and Bradley Cooper will appear in the prequel to the 2001 film.
How Scary Is 'Poltergeist'?
Get the details of the film starring Sam Rockwell and Rosemarie DeWitt.
APNewsBreak: Casey Kasem's Widow Won't Face Criminal Charges
APNewsBreak: No charges against Casey Kasem's widow after his children accused her of abuse
Kevin Na Closes With 'Good Bogey,' Leads Wet Colonial
'Good bogey' finish gives Kevin Na 2-shot lead over Ian Poulter halfway through soggy Colonial
Strangulation of Child With Blinds Cord Ruled a Homicide
4-year-old girl found with cord from blinds around neck in Georgia; death ruled homicide
Cavs' Irving Held out of Game 2 With Sore Left Knee
Cavaliers star Kyrie Irving held out of Game 2 vs. Hawks after having sore knee examined
Photos: Matt Bomer Hits the Beach
See stars flaunt their fit physiques.
Photos: Jim Carrey Goes Undercover in a Bushy Beard
Mustaches, beards and more -- these celebs love sporting scruff.
Photos: Adriana Lima Shows Some Serious Leg
Would you dare to wear these jaw-dropping gowns?
Photos: Protesters Clash With Soldiers and Police in Burundi
Protests turned deadly amid elections in the small African nation.
Photos: This Week in Pictures: Top Photos from Around the Globe
The latest news photos from around the globe.
Photos: Stunning Suite in Converted Utah School House
One of the last remaining school houses has been refurbished into a hotel.
Photos: Fleet Week in New York City
Check out the annual Memorial Day tradition.