Medicare paid $23 million to dead people

Millions of dollars' worth of Medicare payments are going to people who aren't alive to receive the money.

Florida mom allegedly forced her three daughters to work as prostitutes

A police sting operation catches a Florida mother allegedly forcing her teenage daughters to work as prostitutes. The mother faces a number of charges, including child abuse.

Texas school unites to fight against bullying

A teenage girl in Texas has the last laugh. Earlier this week Shea Shawan received a number of threatening text messages.

Ted Cruz responds to father's 'ill-advised joke'

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz reacted to criticism of controversial remarks his father made at an April 2012 event, when the latter urged voters to send President Barack Obama "back to Chicago, back to Kenya."

Saturday's Boston Red Sox victory parade to heal city's marathon wounds

Boston is a land of memory. After all, it's the capital of a commonwealth, not just a state, evoking the colonial era.

Deadly LAX shooting: Why did he do it?

Witnesses to a gunman's mayhem at Los Angeles International Airport are providing the first possible clues to what motivated the attack.

Daylight Saving Time fast facts

Here's a look at what you need to know about Daylight Saving Time, a system to reduce electricity usage by extending daylight hours.

Medicare paid $23 million to dead people

Millions of dollars' worth of Medicare payments are going to people who aren't alive to receive the money.

Saturday's Boston Red Sox victory parade to heal city's marathon wounds

Boston is a land of memory. After all, it's the capital of a commonwealth, not just a state, evoking the colonial era.

FDA acts to prevent more drug shortages

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has made significant progress in assuring that critical medicines are readily available, preventing 282 threatened shortages in 2012 compared to 38 in 2010.