First NBA player with MS takes the court

Chris Wright was playing professional basketball in Turkey last year, working toward achieving his lifelong dream of playing in the NBA, when something strange happened at the end of practice.

Gun links Colorado prison chief's killing to Texas shootout

Colorado's prison chief was shot to death with the gun found on a former inmate killed in a shootout with police in Texas, investigators said Monday.

Sandusky attempts to discredit witness from prison

Jerry Sandusky is a pedophile and was rightfully convicted, filmmaker John Ziegler said.

Obama expects debate on immigration reform bill next month

Seeking to ignite congressional movement on immigration reform, President Obama said Monday he expects the Senate to take significant action on the issue next month. "I expect a bill to be put forward. I expect the debate to begin next month.

Gun store nixes Mark Kelly's AR-15 purchase

An Arizona gun store says it has canceled a recent purchase of an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle by Mark Kelly thwarting the retired astronaut's attempt to demonstrate how easy it is to buy high-powered weapons.

How did fake pilot get into cockpit?

An angry passenger used his mother's old Air France employee documents to con his way into the cockpit of a US Airways flight last week, according to the criminal complaint filed against him Monday in U.S District Court in Philadelphia.

Amanda Knox vows to fight on as Italian judges order retrial in murder case

ROME (CNN) -- American Amanda Knox vowed Tuesday to fight with her head "held high" to prove her innocence after Italian Supreme Court judges ruled Tuesday she should stand trial again for the death of her former roommate in Italy.

Ford apologizes for art depicting tied-up women

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Ford and ad agency WPP apologized on Monday for offensive artwork depicting women tied up in the back of a Ford Figo, a car available in India.

Four sets of remains reburied in Roberts Cemetery Tuesday morning

Four sets of remains were reburied Tuesday morning, after being discovered along an I-35 frontage road in August of 2012.

TxDOT seeks input about possible Texas-Oklahoma passenger rail

TxDOT is seeking the public's input regarding the possibility of a passenger rail going through Texas and Oklahoma.