High school prom, 50 years later

The class of 1963 crowded in a rectangle on the dance floor, the memories of high school fresh on their minds as the band played in a sea of pink and blue hues.

Obama to new grads: "No time for excuses"

Past, present and future came together on a thunderstorm-filled Sunday, as President Barack Obama received an honorary doctorate and gave the commencement speech at historically black Morehouse College, where the Rev.

Severe weather threatens to pummel Midwest, Plains

Baseball-sized hail, wind gusts and tornadoes are threatening to pummel parts of the central Plains and Midwest on Sunday and Monday.

Beckham plays final home match to tears and cheers

With tears streaming down his face, David Beckham said farewell in his final home game as a professional footballer Saturday.

9 still hospitalized after Connecticut train collision

Nine people remained in the hospital -- one in critical condition -- two days after a commuter train derailed and struck another train on one of the busiest tracks in the country, officials said Sunday.

Obama to give much-anticipated speech on terrorism, drones

President Barack Obama will deliver long-promised remarks Thursday explaining the legal framework behind the decisions he makes to use drones against terrorist threats and further detail the administration's counterterrorism policy, accordi

IG letter to Geithner: Targeting not among top concerns

Treasury officials were made aware in June 2012 that the IRS inspector general was reviewing the office that handles tax-exempt applications, but a letter from October shows that the inspector general did not highlight the audit as a top concer

Winner in this weekend's powerball jackpot

There's a winner in this weekend's record breaking powerball jackpot. The winning ticket for Saturday nights' drawing was sold at Publix Grocery Store in Zypherhills, Florida.

Bernanke's advice for college grads

Don't try parsing these words for hints about monetary policy. College graduates got some sage advice from Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke at their commencement ceremony Saturday.

Rand Paul claims revealing memo exists in IRS scandal

While the Internal Revenue Service maintains it was not focusing on conservative groups out of political bias, Sen.