Dayton is heating up in the second half of its Sweet 16 matchup against Stanford. Which low seed will advance?
Miguel Cabrera agreed to a nearly $300 million extension that will likely keep him in Detroit for the rest of his career.
According to court documents that surfaced this week, General Motors' engineers knew about ignition-switch problems in the Chevrolet Cobalt as early as 2009. The company may have been aware of the dangers as early as 2005 soon after the first Cobalts rolled off the assembly line in 2004. Since 2009, at least a dozen deaths have resulted from the flaw in which, upon impact, the ignition switch slips out of the "on" position and thus prevented airbags from deploying. Last month, GM announced the recall of 1.6 million Cobalts.
The FBI's Ten Most Wanted list now includes a man suspected of killing a young New York mother and her toddler son execution-style in 2010.
San Diego State took Arizona to the wire, only to see the Wildcats advance to the Elite Eight with a 70-64 victory.
No. 1 overall seed Florida will play Dayton in the South Region's Elite Eight after a late surge took care of UCLA 79-68.
It was confirmation of her worst fears: The lump Audrey Guth found on her breast turned out to be cancer.
Before Flight 370, Malaysia Airlines' deadliest incident happened in 1977. CNN's Saima Mohsin reports.
A day after North Korea test-fired two missiles, South Korea captured a fishing boat from the North that had crossed into South Korean waters, officials say.
A family fights to change "end-of-life" laws after a hospital ended their toddler's life by withholding nutrition.
The first Iraq war combat veteran to serve in the U.S. Senate introduced legislation on Thursday aimed at reducing the number of military veterans who commit suicide.
It's been nearly three weeks since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 vanished. Malaysian authorities say the plane went down in the southern Indian Ocean. Search efforts are concentrated in an area about 1,500 miles (2,414 kilometers) off Australia's west coast.
The Air Force has fired nine commanders in the wake of a scandal involving cheating on tests related to the U.S. nuclear missile program, that military branch's top official said Thursday.
Stocks continued their March swoon Thursday, and banks were among the biggest losers.
Playoff expansion is inevitable, so let's take a page from March Madness and expand to the Sweet 16.