Accident at Arkansas nuclear site kills man

An accident at a nuclear facility in Arkansas killed one person Sunday, a county coroner said.

House Homeland Security member: North Korea not bluffing

House Homeland Security Committee member Peter King said Sunday that the recent provocative, warmongering rhetoric out of North Korea is no "empty threat."

Fugitive on the run for nearly 35 years caught in Maine

For nearly 35 years one of the most wanted fugitives out of Massachusetts managed to elude police. Last night 52-year old Gary Alan Irving's past caught up with him as police tracked him down in Maine.

Beer and hot dogs: Which ballparks charge most

-- It's opening day for baseball Monday -- the start of the season when many fans flock to their favorite stadium.

Suspect in prisons chief's death may have been freed 4 years early

There are indications that the man believed to have killed the head of the Colorado prison system this month may have been released from prison early because of a clerical error.

Super PAC preparing for Clinton candidacy beefs up fund-raising wing

The group's name says it all: The "Ready For Hillary PAC" is increasingly its readiness for a possible future presidential bid from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

As Supreme Court hears same-sex marriage arguments, some debate GOP stance

As the justices of the Supreme Court now contemplate two same-sex marriage cases, and national polls show growing support for allowing gays and lesbians to marry, a debate has broken out over whether Republican presidential candidates in 2016 w

Life and death on the Bounty

The tall-ship crew enjoyed a life of adventure -- until the Bounty went down in Hurricane Sandy. Two deaths in the disaster have sparked an inquiry.

At least 19 dead in Tanzania building collapse

Two more bodies were pulled Saturday from the rubble of a 16-story building that collapsed Friday in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, bringing the total to at least 19, an official said.

Mandela responding to treatment for pneumonia

Former South African President Nelson Mandela is breathing without difficulty in a hospital, where he is responding to treatment for pneumonia, the presidential spokesman said Saturday.