Could Penn State football face NCAA 'death penalty?' Most observers say no. But Penn State football, which brings in $50 million in annual profits, could face other NCAA sanctions in wake of the Louis Freeh report.
An investigation into possible criminal activity related to San Bernardino, California's woeful financial state is ongoing. Allegations suggest that some of the city's financial documents were falsified.
How involved was presidential candidate Mitt Romney in Bain's operations when it outsourced jobs? Obama's campaign has labeled Romney a 'job killer,' now Romney's campaign is fighting back; saying that Obama is 'dishonest.'
Nike officials say the Joe Paterno Child Development Center, a child care facility at the company's headquarters, will be renamed. Nike CEO Phil Knight said "Joe [Paterno] made missteps that led to heartbreaking consequences."
Penn State football coach Joe Paterno defended the program's integrity in a letter saying that Jerry Sandusky's sexual abuse of boys was not a "football scandal." Ex-FBI chief Louis Freeh releases his findings into Penn State's role in the case today.
After recent New York Times stories containing information that some considered a threat to national security the House is considering revising the Espionage Act, and allowing journalists to be prosecuted for disclosing sensitive information.
District Judge Daniel P. Jordan III extended his order blocking a Mississippi state law that would shut down Mississippi's only abortion clinic. No word yet on when a final ruling from the judge will come.
The derailment of a freight train in Columbus, Ohio, shot flames skyward and prompted the evacuation of a mile-wide area as firefighters and hazardous materials crews worked contain the blaze. Two injuries were reported.
Rezwan Ferdaus, a Muslim-American from Ashland with a physics degree from Boston's Northeastern University, was arrested in September after federal employees posing as al-Qaida members delivered weapons he had allegedly requested.