N.Y. attorney general suing Trump's school for fraud

New York's attorney general accused Donald Trump in a lawsuit Saturday of defrauding students who studied at the billionaire mogul's investment institute, though Trump's representative said a large majority of the school's alumn

Powell questions Zimmerman verdict; suggests case will be forgotten

A jury's decision in July to acquit George Zimmerman in the murder of Trayvon Martin represented "questionable judgment," former Secretary of State Colin Powell said in an interview aired Sunday.

A heavy toll for the victims of human trafficking

Their descent into prostitution followed different paths but ended up in the same nightmare: abuse, drugs and fear.

One-time Senate candidate in Tennessee accused of trying to have uncle killed

 A former U.S. Senate candidate from Tennessee was arrested after allegedly trying to hire a hit man to kill his uncle, CNN affiliate WJHL reports.

Police: 8-year old intentionally kills his grandmother

Investigators believe an 8-year-old boy intentionally shot and killed his 90-year-old grandmother on Thursday evening after playing a violent video game.

Mansfield man dies in one-vehicle-wreck in DeSoto Parish

A drunk driver dies in a crash in DeSoto Parish early Sunday morning.

3 dead, 2 injured after Florida shooting spree

A man shot four co-workers -- two of them fatally -- in northern Florida on Saturday before shooting and killing himself, said a law enforcement authority with detailed knowledge of the case.

Arias attorneys want no live TV coverage of penalty retrial

Jodi Arias' attorneys have filed a motion to limit or ban live TV coverage of her upcoming penalty-phase retrial.

Obama's 'Schoolhouse Rock' lesson for Congress

 President Barack Obama invoked a beloved children's cartoon to try to educate Congress on how to pass a budget.