College football semi-finals will rotate among the traditional major bowl games, while the finals will look more like the Super Bowl.
President Obama's recent immigration order and appearances by both candidates at a major Latino convention have made outreach to Hispanics an important part of the race.
His campaign said they expect the GOP candidate and his allies to raise more than $1 billion, more than the Democratic incumbent believes he will be able to gather.
A Republican-dominated House panel found the Attorney General in contempt on a straight party-line vote; the last Cabinet official found in contempt was Janet Reno during Whitewater.
Monsignor William Lynn is the first American church official to be charged with covering up complaints of clergy child rape.
Police officers helped track down a polar bear that got out of its enclosure overnight at the low-lying Lake Superior Zoo where several animals drowned.
The sudden end to the defense's presentation came on the seventh day of the trial, during which the jury heard from eight men — now 18 to 28 — who said the former coach sexually assaulted them after they met him through the charity he founded.
More evacuations were called for after a wildfire on private land in northwestern Colorado spread.
The JPMorgan Chase CEO was in front of Congress for a second time; he is under fire for a $2 billion trading loss.
Rumors have been swirling that the Florida senator is not on the short list, but the Romney campaign said today that he is being looked at.
Last year, Congress put off hard decisions on the country's finances, but they are coming due in an election-year showdown.
The President sounded a confident note about the ability for European leaders to solve the debt crisis roiling the region.
The trial of the former Penn State assistant football coach could be in jurors' hands by the end of the week. There was no indication whether the 68-year-old Sandusky might testify.
Standards for conviction are clear in court, less so in baseball, where Mark McGwire and Rafael Palmeiro have been bypassed for the Hall thus far despite distinguished careers.
The GOP candidate says his opponent is just playing politics with his recent policy shift.
The former star pitcher was accused of lying to Congress about using steroids, but the jury found the evidence insufficient to convict.
The tablet comes with a keyboard built into its over and is aimed at Apple's iPad.
Of the last 18 players to tee off in the final round, Simpson was the only one to break par.
Jurors have already heard Sandusky deny the abuse allegations, in the form of an audio recording of a stilted television interview Sandusky conducted shortly after his November arrest.
Rodney King, the black motorist whose 1991 videotaped beating by Los Angeles police officers was the touchstone for one of the most destructive race riots in the nation's history, died Sunday.