Alaska hunter mauled by bear survives 36 hours in wilderness

A hunter mauled by a bear in Alaska survived 36 hours in the remote wilderness before rescuers using night-vision goggles found him, the Alaska National Guard said.

Lawyer: Penn State reaches first settlement in Jerry Sandusky victim suits

 A man who was sexually abused by former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky has settled his civil suit against the university -- the first to do so, his lawyer said.

Man falls to death during bachelor party

A man celebrating his friend's impending marriage fell to his death from a Black Hawk, Colorado, hotel widow early Saturday, police said.

Lawmakers: NSA reform needed

 Republican Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan said Sunday he's hopeful the House will have another chance to vote on a measure that would curb the National Security Agency.

Paul on Christie: There's room for both of us

 Sen. Rand Paul said Sunday that Gov. Chris Christie made a mistake when he argued the GOP needed to be more pragmatic and hold fewer internal ideological debates.

Ferrari sells for record $27.5 million

A 1967 Ferrari convertible sold for $27.5 million at an auction in Monterey, Calif., the highest price ever paid for a Ferrari at auction. In fact, it's the highest price ever paid for any road car at auction.

High school football player dies after tackle

A suburban Atlanta high school football player has died from injuries suffered while making a tackle during a scrimmage game, according to medical examiners.

McCain: U.S. has 'no credibility' in Egypt

 It's high time for the United States to cut off its $1.3 billion in aid to Egypt as the military regime cracks down violently on protesters, Sen. John McCain argued Sunday.

Shreveport Police looking for man involved in Lakeside shooting

Authorities obtained an arrest warrant for a local man after a fatal shooting in Shreveport's Lakeside neighborhood Saturday evening.

Seattle police cure munchies with Doritos giveaway at city's Hempfest

When Seattle pot smokers got the munchies this weekend, the cops had their back. Now that marijuana is legal in Washington, there's not much police could do about weed-toting revelers at the city's Hempfest.