Orb wins 139th Kentucky Derby

Orb won the 139th running of the Kentucky Derby on Saturday. More than 151,000 spectators packed Churchill Downs in Louisville, where rain muddied the track.

GRAPHIC: Jury in Philadelphia abortion doctor case ask for babies' descriptions

In the fourth day of deliberations in the trial of a Philadelphia abortion doctor, jurors asked Friday for a description of the babies the doctor is accused of killing.

It's gonna be muddy at 139th running of Kentucky Derby

-- A light rain was expected Saturday evening for the 139th Kentucky Derby, where two riders were making a run for history.

NRA's LaPierre says gun rights struggle a 'long war'

Wayne LaPierre, the nation's most visible gun rights advocate, rallied supporters on Saturday for a renewed fight against gun-control, saying membership is up since the Newtown massacre, and calling the effort to stop new limits a "lon

Skin color is 'bone-deep'

From the darkest brown to the pastiest white and every shade in between, humans display a tremendous variety of skin colors.

Obama backs same-sex provision to immigration bill

President Barack Obama supports a proposal to allow Americans to seek legal immigration status for same-sex partners, a plan that could undermine bipartisan support for comprehensive immigration reform.

Santorum to Iowa State Fair

Former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania said Friday he plans to attend the Iowa State Fair in August, a traditional stop in the first-in-the-nation caucus state for those considering a run for president.

PepsiCo drops Lil Wayne over Emmett Till lyric in rap song

PepsiCo is ending its relationship with rapper Lil Wayne over what the company calls an "offensive reference to a revered civil rights icon" -- 14-year-old Emmett Till, who was killed nearly 60 years ago.

Second autopsy awaits Boston bombing suspect

For nearly two weeks, Tamerlan Tsarnaev's body lay unclaimed at the Boston medical examiner's office. A funeral home now has the remains and a quest is underway to find him a resting place in Massachusetts.

Special needs girl is voted prom queen

Prom night is a big deal for many high school students but it's extra special for one special needs student in Kentucky. Her classmates voted her prom queen and gave her an unforgettable night.