Lauryn Hill sentencing: Hill pleaded guilty last year to not paying federal taxes on $1.8 million earned from 2005 to 2007. A judge two weeks ago said Hill had paid only about $50,000 of more than $500,000 she owes.
Tsarnaev body: Funeral director Peter Stefan says no cemetery in Massachusetts is willing to take Tamerlan Tsarnaev's body. Protestors outside the funeral home held signs, "Do not bury him on U.S. soil."
Ricardo Portillo: Nearly 100 family and friends gathered at a candlelight vigil Sunday night in Salt Lake City home of Ricardo Portillo. Portilla was refereeing a soccer match, was punched by a player, and later died.
One of the three men who visited Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarvaev's dorm room after the bombing is seeking release from jail. Robel Phillipos, 19, is charged with lying to investigators.
Huge numbers of cicadas, the large black insects that produce a eerie loud noise when mating, are on the verge of emerging after a 17-year underground development cycle. They are expected to surface late this month.
Punched ref dies: Ricardo Portillo, 46, died Saturday after his brain swelled and he slipped into a coma. Police suspect a 17-year-old of punching Portillo in the face during a soccer game he was refereeing, after he issued the teen a yellow card.
Toys R Us will go before the highest court in Massachusetts Monday, to appeal a $20 million award. A jury awarded the money to the Aleo family, who sued the toy company after their daughter was killed on an inflatable pool slide.
The trial against Doctor Kermit Gosnell, who ran a Philadelphia inner-city abortion clinic and is charged with killing five people, has forced abortion supporters on the defensive and has energized anti-abortion activists.
A student from Kazakhstan, allowed to return to the US in January without a valid student visa, is accused of hiding evidence in the Boston Marathon bombing case. On Thursday, Customs and Border Protection ordered new checks for student visas.