A pastor was sentenced to life in prison today after being convicted of murdering his second wife. This case prompted police to re-examine the death of the pastor's first wife, and he has been charged in that case as well.
$4m of pot on beach: The $4 million in marijuana found near an abandoned boat near Santa Barbara is not the first. Police say more than 20 of these pot smuggling boats have landed in the area in the past year.
Florida campus closed by authorities investigating the apparent suicide of a man inside a dormitory on the University of Central Florida campus in Orlando also discovered weapons and explosive devices.
Boehner: Gay marriage is not what his church teaches, he says. While Sen. Rob Portman may have switched his views on gay marriage, Rep. John Boehner "can't imagine" that his position on the issue would ever change.
Matt Cassel: The decision to cut ties with Cassel came one day after new general manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid held a press conference to introduce Alex Smith, whom they landed in a trade with the San Francisco 49ers to be their quarterback of the future.
Lance Armstrong was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles by the USADA, and in a subsequent television interview with Oprah Winfrey the American admitted he had taken performance-enhancing drugs before each of his tour victories.
57 indicted in scandal: Florida Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll once did public relations for the charity Allied Veterans of the World. She was questioned in the investigation, but she has not been charged with wrongdoing.
A shooter killed four people and injured two others in two separate locations in upstate New York on Wednesday. Subsequently, the suspect was believed to be barricaded in an abandoned building surrounded by police.