Speaking at his former high school, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the military must do more to compete for quality recruits, and he opened the door to relaxing some enlistment standards, particularly for high-tech or cyber security jobs.

Iran, Powers Rush For Nuclear Deal As Clock Ticks Toward Deadline
  • Tue, March 31, 2015

Foreign ministers of Iran and six world powers are still trying to break an impasse in negotiations over Tehran's nuclear program. With a self-imposed March 31st deadline looming, talks went well into the night.

Indy Mayor Slams Law: 'Discrimination Is Wrong'
  • Tue, March 31, 2015

The mayor of Indianapolis issued a stern plea to the Indiana General Assembly Monday, asking the state to repeal a religious freedom law that could open the door to allow discrimination based on sexual orientation.

University Officials In Florida Endorse Pro-ISIS Club
  • Tue, March 31, 2015

Cameras caught Barry University officials in Florida authorizing a pro-ISIS club with the stated goal of sending material support to ISIS. The Barry University also suggested to change the name of the club because technically our country is at war with ISIS.

Driver Tries To Ram Gate At Fort Meade NSA Army Base
  • Tue, March 31, 2015

Police have responded to an incident outside Fort Meade U.S. Army base in Maryland, around 20 miles from Washington, local media reported on Monday.

AP CEO: Killing Reporters Should Be 'War Crime'
  • Tue, March 31, 2015

The president and CEO of The Associated Press has called for changes to international laws that would make it a war crime to kill journalists or take them hostage.

Obama Pays Tribute To Ted Kennedy At Institute Dedication
  • Tue, March 31, 2015

President Barack Obama and the First Lady joined top politicians to celebrate the legacy of Ted Kennedy, during the dedication ceremony of the Edward M. Kennedy.

Meet the New 'Daily Show' Host, Trevor Noah
  • Tue, March 31, 2015

Comedy Central selected South African comedian Trevor Noah to replace Jon Stewart as the next host of 'The Daily Show.'

NewsBusted: Starbucks, Harry Reid, Ted Cruz
  • Tue, March 31, 2015

Newsbusted's Jodi Miller brings you the headlines with a comedic punch.

Amanda Knox Murder Conviction Overturned
  • Mon, March 30, 2015

Italy's highest court overturned the murder conviction against Amanda Knox and her ex-boyfriend Friday over the 2007 slaying of Knox's roommate, bringing a definitive end to the high-profile case.

Iraq Forces Resume Fight for Tikrit
  • Mon, March 30, 2015

Iraqi troops continued the fight against IS militants in the northern Iraqi city of Tikrit on Saturday. The militants seized it last summer during their advance across northern and western Iraq.

 Americans Cling to Claims for Cuban Property
  • Mon, March 30, 2015

Nearly 60 years after Fidel Castro took over Cuba, American families and companies who have claims on billions worth of confiscated property are wondering if the communist government will pay up as the U.S. and Cuba restore diplomatic ties.

Plane Crash Victim's Father: "I Don't Feel Anger"
  • Mon, March 30, 2015

The parents of an American victim of the French Alps plane crash said they feel sadness for the parents of the co-pilot.

German Hospital: We Treated Co-Pilot Who Crashed
  • Mon, March 30, 2015

A German hospital says they treated the co-pilot who, authorities say, deliberately crashed a plane in the French Alps.

Harry Reid Will Not Seek Re-election
  • Mon, March 30, 2015

U.S. Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid says he will not seek re-election next year. In a video posted on his official website, Reid, who represents Nevada.

Schock Departs 'With Sadness and Humility'
  • Mon, March 30, 2015

Rep. Aaron Schock, R-Ill., delivered a farewell House floor speech ahead of his March 31 resignation, acknowledging his faults but also touting his accomplishments during his six year tenure. I leave here with sadness and humility for those whom Ive let down, Schock, 33, said. I will work tirelessly to make it up to you.

How Indiana's Religious Freedom Law Is Different From Other State's
  • Mon, March 30, 2015

Religious freedom laws exist in 19 other states, but Indiana's is receiving opposition from across the country. What's behind such strong opposition?

'Grotesque' IS Exhibition
  • Mon, March 30, 2015

A crime museum has opened with a graphic exhibition of the horrific crimes of the Islamic State terror group. The display includes many before and after images of the beheading of hostages in Syria and Iraq. Martin Brunt reports.

Watch a Baby Clapping in Rhythm During Ultrasound!
  • Sun, March 29, 2015

During an ultrasound at only 14 weeks a tiny little baby while still in the womb began clapping in rhythm as his mother sang, "If You're Happy and You Know It."

Tragedy Inspires Automated Texting App
  • Sat, March 28, 2015

South Florida woman launches RollCall Safety Text app which sends automated text messages at preset intervals.

Coroner: Baby Did Not Show Any Signs Of Life Outside Womb
  • Sat, March 28, 2015

A baby cut out of a woman's womb did not show signs of life.

New school hopes to be safe haven for LGBT students
  • Fri, March 27, 2015

Pride School Atlanta wants to open in Atlanta this fall to serve students age 4-13.

Duchess Kate's Due Date is Approaching
  • Fri, March 27, 2015

The Duchess of Cambridge made her last official appearance Friday at a variety of spots across London, enjoying tours of a learning center and a church that hosts a youth charity.

CBS: 'Email Scandal Taking A Toll On Hillary Clinton'
  • Fri, March 27, 2015

A brand new poll produced by CBS News shows that Hillary Clinton's email scandal is hurting her favorability among Americans.