Bill Clinton: Romney Had a "Sterling Business Career"The former president offers some unexpected praise of the presumptive GOP nominee.
Dharun Ravi Offers First Public ApologyThe former Rutgers student will begin his 30-day jail sentence on Thursday.
TV Makers Look To Block In-Store and Online DiscountsFaced with decreasing demand, Samsung and Sony are hoping to enforce a price floor on flat-screens.
FDA Panel Clears Way For HIV Prevention PillObservers say federal approval could be a watershed moment in the fight against AIDS.
Delta Pulls Ads From Daily Show After Conservative ComplaintsThe Catholic League says that Stewart's "vagina manger" joke was a form of hate speech.
Fox News "Mole" Inks Book DealThe former O'Reilly Factor producer's memoir is set for an early 2013 release.
Feds Probe University's Handling of Sexual Assault CasesThere have been more than 80 complaints against Montana students over the past three years.
Ethics Watchdog Wants Fox's FCC Licenses RevokedPush comes on heels of damning report from British lawmakers that accused Murdoch of being unfit to lead his company.
Secret Service Issues Stricter Rules for AgentsCNN identifies the agent who allegedly sparked Colombia scandal through payment dispute with prostitute.
CDC: Third of U.S. Workers Not Getting Enough SleepMore than 40 million American workers reported getting less than six hours of shut-eye per night.
SCOTUS Signals Support For Arizona's Immigration LawCourt watchers predict that the justices will uphold at least parts of the controversial law.
NYC Subway Bomb Plotters Detail al-Qaida RecruitmentThe would-be bombers explain how they were taught a "very simple" way to make suicide bombs.
U.S. Condemns New Photos of Soldiers Posing With Afghan CorpsesThe Los Angeles Times published the graphic photos on its front page after receiving them from an unnamed soldier.
Gay Marriage Foes Likely To Force Md. ReferendumVoters will have the chance to overturn a state law legalizing same-sex marriage before it goes into effect.
Romney Scores Big With Financially Struggling White VotersA new poll suggests a stark racial divide when it comes to who voters trust with their economic futures.
U.S. Orders Hefty Tariffs on Chinese Solar PanelsThe move comes as China continues to grab a larger share of the American market.
USPS Backs Off Plan To Shutter Rural Post OfficesBut local residents will now see shorter operating hours and less full-time staff.
Computer Use Combined With Exercise May Protect MemoryMayo Clinic researchers think the two may work together to boost mental fitness in old age.
Wal-Mart Ordered To Pay $4.8 Million In Back WagesThe Labor Department touts its decision as a signal to other companies that compensation violations won't go unpunished.
White House Cracks Down on Diploma Mills That Target VetsThe president's executive order will make it more difficult for the for-profit institutions to misrepresent themselves.
U.S. Agrees To Relocate Okinawa MarinesThe decision to halve the Marine presence on the island is meant to appease locals who see the base as an irritant.
Burger King To Go Cage-FreeThe fast food giant's decision could be a game changer for the meat industry.
Study: Food Deserts Not So DesertedNew research suggests that poor urban neighborhoods have plenty of access to food.
Guarded Optimism Ahead of Global Summit on IranWorld leaders will meet this weekend in Istanbul to discuss the Islamic Republic's nuclear program.