Benghazi suspect: The criminal proceedings could provide new insights into the 2012 attacks and will serve as the latest test of the U.S. legal system's ability to handle terrorism suspects captured overseas.
Should companies exclude certain contraceptives from workers' insurance coverage, based on religious beliefs? A Reuters/Ipsos poll showed 53 percent disagreed and 35 percent agreed. The Supreme Court is expected to rule on this issue today.
A United Airlines flight from Chicago to California was forced to make an emergency landing in Kansas after an evacuation slide inflated inside the plane's cabin. No one aboard UA Flight 1463 was injured.
President Obama is expected to name Bob McDonald Monday as the new head of the troubled Department of Veterans Affairs. McDonald has a military background, but it is his experience as a corporate CEO that likely will prove most useful.
Monday marks the one-year anniversary of the Yarnell Hill Fire in Arizona, which killed 19 “hotshot” firefighters. A group of retired firefighting experts says much more must be done to prevent such tragedies.
A Hillary Clinton speech in Las Vegas will cost the University of Nevada $225,000. That fee leaves Mitt Romney in the dust, and as voters shift their views of the presumed presidential candidate, it has focused more attention on her finances.
Benghazi suspect Ahmed Abu Khatallah was in federal court Saturday, charged with providing support and resources to terrorists in the deadly 2012 attack. His capture is unlikely to benefit President Obama politically.