Twisters level homes and leave at least one person dead in Oklahoma.
Why IRS investigation is already Obama's Watergate
Will Benghazi become President Obama's Watergate? Or perhaps the IRS scandal?
McConnell: ?There is a culture of intimidation throughout the administration?
Republican Senators Rand Paul, Mitch McConnell and Rob Portman continued Sunday to press the Obama administration on the Internal Revenue Service scandal that's engulfed the White House.
Obama delivers Morehouse commencement
President Obama took a break from the trifecta of controversies?IRS, Benghazi, Department of Justice?swirling around the White House on Sunday to deliver the commencement at Morehouse College, the historically black, all-male institution in Atlanta.
Commuters warned of traffic mess for up to 1 week
Traffic in southwest Connecticut could be a mess for as much as a week until service is restored to the commuter rail line affected by a derailment that injured scores of passengers, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy warned Sunday.
Officer shot in Marathon showdown wants to work
With a bullet still in his body, the police officer who survived a showdown with the Boston Marathon bombing suspects said Sunday he's determined to return to duty.
Cop who shot N.Y. student faced harrowing choice
The police officer who accidentally killed a Long Island college student along with an armed intruder faced perhaps the most harrowing decision in law enforcement: choosing the split-second moment when the risk is so high that you must pull the trigger.
Jamie Dimon under pressure ahead of investor vote
Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO of the country's biggest bank, faces a key test this week: His shareholders are voting on whether to let him keep both jobs.
Small Fla. city wonders who won $590.5 million Powerball jackpot
Some lucky person walked into a Publix supermarket in suburban Florida over the past few days and bought a ticket now worth an estimated $590.5 million ? the highest Powerball jackpot in history.
The good news ? and the bad news ? for Obama in scandal-tinged polls
Given the battering President Obama took this past week on a trio of political scandals, any public opinion survey results that aren?t dreadful probably are viewed with some relief at the White House.