The Fresh Air Fund, in New York, says at least one child stayed in former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky's home. Sandusky also met children through The Second Mile, a nonprofit for disadvantaged youth, which he founded.
Fire Island was hit by a large fire that engulfed an entertainment complex there. Fire Island is just south of New York's Long Island.
Joe Frazier funeral: Former boxing champions paid their respects to Frazier in Philadelphia on Monday. Muhammad Ali and Larry Holmes both attended the Joe Frazier funeral.
Democrat Nancy Pelosi was put in the spotlight by a '60 Minutes' report on insider trading by Congress. What do Nancy Pelosi's purchases of Visa stock show?
Penn State scandal: Former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky gave his first interview Monday and denied he's a pedophile. Sandusky admitted to showering and touching boys.
Citing health and safety concerns, New York police evicted Occupy Wall Street protesters from Zuccotti Park early Tuesday morning. Some 70 Occupy Wall Street protesters were arrested.
Occupy Oakland protestors have been cleared out and police are on guard to keep them from re-establishing any encampments.
Chelsea Clinton will be taking on a more public role as a reporter for NBC's 'Making a Difference' series.
Waterboarding, an interrogation technique that simulates drowning, was endorsed by Republican presidential candidates Herman Cain and Michele Bachmann. 'They're wrong,' said Obama in a press conference. 'Waterboarding is torture.'
Riot police moved into an Occupy Oakland encampment, removing occupants and taking down tents on Monday.
Insider trading by members of Congress is legal, according to a '60 Minutes' program Sunday. But there is legislation that would make it illegal.
The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to rule on the constitutionality of a provision in President Obama's healthcare law that requires all Americans to buy health insurance.
Penn State scandal: At least six TV advertisers, including Cars.com, pulled their ads from Penn State football games.
Oakland police began arresting Occupy Oakland protesters Monday morning, and taking down tents. Police in Portland, Philadelphia, and Salt Lake City also moved to remove Occupy protest camps from their cities.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett says the assistant coach who witnessed the sexual assault on a boy did not meet "a moral obligation that all of us would have." Corbett said he expects more allegations of abuse to materialize, and he's pushing for tougher laws on reporting such abuse.
Police began moving in on a downtown park Sunday, where a few hundred Occupy Portland demonstrators have remained in defiance of an eviction order. In other cities, officials also are closing encampments.
City officials around the country continue to skirmish with "occupy" protesters. Portland, Oregon, set Sunday deadline for protesters to vacate but backed down after thousands showed up.
A tumultuous chapter that began with the arrest of former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky on child sexual abuse charges ended Saturday with Penn State losing its first game in the post-Joe Paterno era.
President Obama says military veterans should not struggle to find work once they return home, and he's urging the House to follow the Senate's lead and do something to help them.
Penn State scandal: Penn State students plan a vigil and fund-raising events ahead of Saturday's Penn State vs. Nebraska game. This is the last home game of the Penn State football season.