A 7-year-old Afghan girl testified Sunday that she hid behind her father as he was shot and killed during a shooting rampage in southern Afghanistan that U.S. military prosecutors say was carried about by an American soldier.
The top Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee said Sunday that the length of the FBI's investigation into David Petraeus' extramarital affair raises serious questions about the government's response to potentially comprised intelligence.
President Barack Obama says Americans who served abroad in Iraq and Afghanistan should always be able to rely on a robust system of support from the government.
The man who led Mitt Romney's outreach to Hispanic voters said Sunday the candidate "made some mistakes" during his campaign that ultimately led to a precipitous drop in Latino support.
Sen. Charles Schumer, the third ranking Senate Democrat, said Sunday that he and Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham will officially restart immigration reform talks that crumbled two years ago.
Gov. Jerry Brown sees California voters' openness to temporarily increasing taxes on wealthy individuals' income as a sign voters nationwide may be open to the idea.
Investors head into the week still staring anxiously at the so-called "fiscal cliff," but they'll have a fresh batch of economic and corporate data competing for their attention.
Fewer veterans are starting their own businesses, continuing a decline that began more than a decade ago. Veterans made up only 6% of all new entrepreneurs last year, compared to 12% in 2000, according to a new report from the Kauffman Foundation, which focuses on entrepreneurial activity.
CNN contributor Bob Greene asks: What's the new national pastime?
Why science is like play, according to Beau Lotto, founder of Lottolab, a hybrid art studio and science lab based in London.