Prosecution rests in Boston bombing case
On the 15th day of testimony, the prosecution concluded with the Chief Medical Examiner describing the horrific injuries and death of the boy who just wanted peace in the world.
How a stoner became an accused bomber
Listen closely to the testimony in federal court and you begin to learn how a 19-year-old stoner who played Jay-Z, watched "The Walking Dead" and referred to himself on a resume as "nice" and a "people person" came to embrace violent global jihad.
Boston bombing trial: Life or death?
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is charged with killing three people and injuring 260 others at the Boston Marathon. Now he's fighting for his life, Alex Field reports.
Question about Michael Brown leads to beating
When one man sat down next to a second man in a St. Louis light rail car late Monday and asked him his opinion on the shooting of Mike Brown in Ferguson, it was not the beginning of a discussion. It was the start of an assault.
2 former feds charged with stealing Bitcoin
The federal government became owners of one of the biggest troves of Bitcoin, thanks to seizing millions of dollars in the digital currency from criminals associated with the online black market Silk Road.
Indiana religious freedom law: What does it mean?
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has stirred up controversy by signing a "religious freedom" bill. Critics say it could be used as a pretext to discriminate on the basis of religion. The governor denies that. FULL STORY
Hernandez fiancée says she was told to remove box
The fiancee of former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez said at a hearing Friday that she was asked to conceal a box and take it out of her Massachusetts home after the murder of Odin Lloyd in 2013.
Misstep almost sends Obama tumbling
President Obama managed to avoid embarrassment and a bruise or two when he recovered quickly after stumbling while deplaning from Air Force One.
Browns GM suspended, team fined for texts
Cleveland Browns general manager Ray Farmer has been suspended without pay for the first four games of next season for sending texts to personnel during games in 2014 and the team was fined $250,000, the NFL announced Monday.
Debut on hold: Cubs send Bryant to minors
Kris Bryant was reassigned by the Cubs to their minor league camp Monday despite his outstanding spring training at the plate, triggering a threat of litigation from the players' association.
Thomas to skip Manning, Broncos workouts
Demaryius Thomas will not attend the Broncos' offseason program and will not take part in workouts at Duke University with quarterback Peyton Manning and the team's other wide receivers.
Fiancee: Trashed box at Hernandez's request
The fiancee of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez has testified in his murder trial that she removed a box from their basement at his request the day after the slaying.
Kaminsky, Okafor lead AP All-America team
Wisconsin senior Frank Kaminsky is a unanimous selection for the 2014-15 AP All-America team, while Duke freshman Jahlil Okafor received all but one first-team vote.
NCAA president 'anxiously' eyes Indiana law
NCAA president Mark Emmert said Monday he's keeping a close eye on possible changes -- if not a total repeal -- to a new Indiana law that could allow businesses to discriminate against gays and lesbians before it is scheduled to go into effect in July.
Bradford's ex-coach helped QB to not quit
Josh Heupel, a trusted voice from Sam Bradford's past, helped the Eagles quarterback resist quitting football last year after he suffered a second devastating injury to his left knee in a span of nine months.