Posted: 04/22/2012 - Investigators digging up the basement of a building in New York City's SoHo neighborhood in connection to the 1979 disappearance of a 6-year-old boy have stopped for the day.
Updated: 04/22/2012 - The average U.S. price of a gallon of gasoline has dropped a nickel over the past two weeks.
Posted: 04/22/2012 - Vermont is embroiled in a debate over ending the philosophical exemption that allows parents to have their kids skip childhood immunizations required for attending school.
Posted: 04/22/2012 - An audio recording has surfaced of an Arizona sheriff playing his refusal to cooperate in a racial profiling investigation for laughs at a fundraiser for an anti-illegal immigration group in Texas.
Posted: 04/22/2012 - The chairman of a House committee investigating the alleged Secret Service prostitution scandal is predicting more firings, but lawmakers and President Barack Obama's top campaign adviser are expressing confidence that the agency will effectively deal with the incident.
Posted: 04/22/2012 - Florida death row inmate Tommy Zeigler's cries of innocence the past 35 years have swayed many.
Posted: 04/22/2012 - Bird watchers are flocking to Chicago to catch a glimpse of a rare bird.
Posted: 04/22/2012 - Two brothers accused of beating a black teenager while patrolling an Orthodox Jewish neighborhood watch are getting ready to go on trial.
Posted: 04/22/2012 - Authorities say a car involved in a crash about a block from New York's Times Square flipped onto a sidewalk, injuring several pedestrians.
Posted: 04/22/2012 - Florida Sen. Marco Rubio has heard all the talk about joining a ticket with likely Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
Posted: 04/22/2012 - It's official: President Barack Obama will clinch the Democratic nomination for president Tuesday, ending a low-key primary race that many Americans probably didn't realize was happening.
Posted: 04/22/2012 - The International Monetary Fund has pulled in billions of dollars in new reserves to help battle Europe's lingering debt crisis.
Posted: 04/22/2012 - Wal-Mart says allegations hushed up bribery by executives in Mexico are "not a reflection of who we are or what we stand for."
Posted: 04/21/2012 - Hundreds of volunteers are helping qualified immigrants become U.S. citizens in time to register to vote in the November presidential elections.
Posted: 04/21/2012 - George Zimmerman is getting out of jail. Now his defense team has to worry about keeping the neighborhood watch volunteer accused of gunning down Trayvon Martin safe on the outside.
Posted: 04/21/2012 - Earth Day picnics on Sunday could make the record books this year.
Posted: 04/21/2012 - Residents in a north Tulsa neighborhood are left with more doubts than hopes the crime-ridden area will improve after a shooting spree.
Posted: 04/21/2012 - Michelin is recalling more than 77,000 bus tires because sidewall defects can cause them to lose air rapidly, increasing the risk of a crash.
Posted: 04/21/2012 - Fifteen years ago, California became the first state to ban the consideration of race and ethnicity in public university admissions.
Posted: 04/21/2012 - A week after a Secret Service prostitution scandal began unfolding in the hallway of a Colombian hotel, six agents have lost their jobs and hundreds of people have been interviewed.
Posted: 04/21/2012 - In one of the neighborhoods hit hardest by flooding in Hurricane Katrina's aftermath, developers have built a prototype house that's aimed at providing a quick housing solution for areas leveled by disasters.
Posted: 04/21/2012 - Investigators continue to rip apart the basement of a building in New York City's fashionable SoHo section, looking for any trace of a 6-year-old boy who vanished in 1979.
Posted: 04/21/2012 - The mysterious caller claimed to be from Microsoft and offered step-by-step instructions to repair damage from a software virus. The electric power companies weren't falling for it.
Posted: 04/21/2012 - President Barack Obama is aiming his weekly media message at young voters, characterizing Republicans as a hindrance to an affordable college education.