Attorneys for Jared Lee Loughner, charged in the January 2011 mass shooting outside a Tucson, Arizona, supermarket are expected to enter a guilty plea on at least one of the felony counts against him if a federal judge determines Loughner is competent to stand trial at a Tuesday court hearing.
Police searched Monday for a female suspect after seven people were injured in a shooting at the Detroit riverfront.
After barring a black couple from marrying in its Mississippi facility in late July, the First Baptist Church of Crystal Springs released a statement Sunday apologizing for its actions.
A lightning strike killed a NASCAR fan and injured nine others in a parking lot outside Pocono Raceway after torrential rains shortened Sunday's Pennsylvania 400, a track official said.
The funeral for Garrett Reid, son of Philadelphia Eagles head football coach Andy Reid, will be held Tuesday morning, according to the website of the Philadelphia funeral home handling arrangements.
Keegan Bradley warmed up for the defense of his US PGA Championship title in perfect fashion, stealing the Bridgestone Invitational crown at the last from Jim Furyk.
When it comes to pedestrian fatalities in the United States, the chances of being injured or dying when crossing roads at non-intersections increase significantly, according to new government statistics.
Any parent with a child old enough to speak has no doubt endured many sleepless nights as the result of bad dreams. Sometimes there's a monster hiding in the closet. Other times there are bugs crawling underneath the bed, or a witch lurking in the hallway. Countless observational studies have reported an association between media and sleep problems in children. But a new study published Monday in the American Academy of Pediatrics now purports a causal relationship between violent or inappropriate media and poor sleep.
The Republican National Committee chairman was far from apologetic Monday morning when asked if he took back a recent comment calling Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid a "dirty liar."
Republicans on Monday stepped up attempts to undermine Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's unsubstantiated allegations that Mitt Romney went 10 years without paying taxes, saying Reid and other Democrats' accusations are being orchestrated by President Barack Obama's campaign - specifically his senior campaign adviser David Axelrod.
President Barack Obama's re-election effort raised $75 million last month, his campaign announced Monday on Twitter.
The fundraising effort of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney brought in more than $100 million for the second month in a row, his campaign said Monday morning.