Silence and the odd outburst from accused 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four others resulted in delays during their arraignment Saturday in Guantanamo Bay.
Those 14 people in at least 9 states have been sickened by salmonella after handling tainted dog food from a South Carolina plant.
Junior Seau's family will allow researchers to study his brain, the family pastor says. The family wants the research to help other players in the future, he told CNN Friday.
Fifty-one percent of voters said they would vote for the president if the election were held today, while 44% said Romney, according to the Washington Post poll released Thursday.
The president will hold a big rally at Ohio State University in Columbus on Saturday.
The Labor Department reported that the number of jobs rose by 115,000, lower than many economists had predicted.
Romney's campaign, as well as Santorum's advisers, have refused to discuss details of the two Republicans' get-together, and were trying to keep the location secret.
The Republican Texas governor looked beyond differences that emerged on the campaign trail between himself and the former Massachusetts governor, including the financial industry bailout designed to keep “too big to fail” banks above water.
Military leaders are telling commanders to get their troops in line and refrain from misconduct such as urinating on enemy corpses, in a sharp response to the tasteless photos and other disturbing examples of bad behavior that have enraged Afghans and complicated war-fighting.
More teenage girls are waiting longer to have sex, according to a new report, and for those who have sex, more are using contraception.
PepsiCo Inc. is going on a reunion tour with the departed pop star.
Retired Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman to sit on the U.S. Supreme Court after 191 years, is crusading to reverse what she says is an alarming decline in America's knowledge of democracy and announced an initiative Wednesday to educate children across the country.
Two farms have been quarantined by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as the agency continues to investigate last month's discovery of mad cow disease at a California dairy farm.
There are few places that illustrate the fragility of life better than a neonatal intensive care unit. Premature babies, hooked up to tubes and monitors, their tiny legs sticking out of the smallest of diapers: it's a sight can bring tears to your eyes and a prayer to your lips.
Charleston police have arrested two North Charleston men who are accused of dressing up as women and robbing three businesses within a period of four days.
Nine men have been charged with hazing for their alleged part in an initiation rite into a University of Florida fraternity earlier this year.
Forgotten in death or abandoned by their loved ones, unclaimed bodies are piling up in the Calcasieu Parish morgue. Their remains sit silently as investigators work to bring them to a final resting place.