Slight tick upward in U.S. gas prices

(CNN) -- U.S. gasoline prices crept up by about 2 cents per gallon over the past two weeks, but higher crude oil prices are likely to mean more small increases on the horizon, the latest Lundberg Survey concluded Sunday.

$58 billion unclaimed: Is some of it yours?

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Millions of Americans are missing out on billions in forgotten cash. Currently, states, federal agencies and other organizations collectively hold more than $58 billion in unclaimed cash and benefits.

Kick off your Super Bowl party in style

(CNN) -- Are you ready for some football? You may not be as ready as you think if you're planning to have folks over to watch the Baltimore Ravens face off against the San Francisco 49ers in New Orleans on February 3. All any Super Bowl party n

Iran sentences U.S. pastor to 8 years in prison, group says

An Iranian judge has sentenced an American Christian pastor to eight years in prison after he was tried for his religious beliefs, a U.S.-based religious group said Sunday.

Ringing cell phones symbolize chaos of Brazil nightclub fire

Workers combing through the charred wreckage of Kiss nightclub in southern Brazil on Sunday encountered the eerie sound of ringing cell phones. Glauber Fernandes, a reporter from CNN affiliate Band News, explains.

Retired top generals back Hagel

Days before Chuck Hagel sits down for Senate hearings on his nomination to be secretary of defense, the former senator received vocal support from two retired generals on Sunday.

Egypt deploys troops to Suez to quell 'out of control' clashes

Egypt exploded in turmoil this weekend with at least 30 people killed in clashes over an unpopular court verdict Saturday following a day of politically charged violence throughout the country.

Lawyers for Catholic hospital argue that a fetus is not a person

Life begins at conception, according to the Catholic Church, but in a wrongful death suit in Colorado, a Catholic health care company has argued just the opposite.

Gun control advocates march as nation reels from school shootings

Thousands of demonstrators rallied Saturday in Washington to demand tougher gun control laws, many describing themselves as first-time capital marchers who've had enough of gun violence.