Citing Gosnell trial, senators propose abortion resolution

Republican Sen. Mike Lee of Utah introduced a resolution Monday, calling on the Senate to review "public policies" following the trial of abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell, who's charged with killing four babies.

Cleveland neighborhood asks, how did it happen here?

Outwardly, there is little about the two-story, clapboard house on Cleveland's Seymour Avenue that hints at the decade of horror that authorities say played out inside its walls.

My friends' weddings are putting me deep in debt

Wedding season is here. And for the estimated 69 million Americans who will be attending weddings this year, it means shelling out hundreds or even thousands of dollars.

Source: Russia withheld details about Tsarnaev

Russia withheld details from U.S. officials about suspicions of Boston Marathon bombings suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev in 2011, information that could have altered the course authorities followed, a U.S. law enforcement official told CNN.

Obama administration e-mails raise new questions on Benghazi

An e-mail discussion about talking points the Obama administration used to describe the deadly attack on the U.S.

Fmr Baylor players trying to make it into the NFL

The NFL Draft took place a few weeks ago, and those undrafted are trying to make their mark.

MG cars swarm Salado, Central Texas

Dozens of MG cars will be in Central Texas this weekend. British car enthusiasts have been meeting in Salado on Mothers Day weekend for the past 30 years. On Saturday they are showcasing their cars and driving around the area.

Waco Police busts up local auto chop shop

A man police say is responsible for running a stolen car chop shop in Waco is now in jail facing theft charges.

POLICE: Grandson of Malcolm X beat to death in Mexico

The grandson of civil rights activist Malcolm X, Malcolm Shabazz, died in a Mexico City hospital after suffering an apparent beating, police told CNN.

Cornyn, other Texas Republicans slam IRS for ‘Orwellian persecution’ of conservative groups

Texas Republicans reacted angrily to the Internal Revenue Service’s confession today that its agents had flagged conservative groups for additional review during the 2012 election season.