Updated: 3:57 PM Otis R. Bowen, a small-town family doctor who overhauled Indiana's tax system as governor before helping promote safe sex practices in the early years of AIDS as the top federal health official under President Ronald Reagan, died Saturday. He was 95.
Updated: 3:57 PM The uncle of the Boston Marathon bombing suspect killed after a gun battle with police says he is arranging for his nephew's burial because religion and tradition call for him to be buried.
Updated: 3:57 PM The mother of one of the survivors of a limousine fire that killed five women when it burst into flames as it traveled over the San Mateo-Hayward Bridge says the women were heading to a bachelorette party, and that the bride-to-be was one of the people killed.
Updated: 3:57 PM Toys R Us will go before Massachusetts' highest court Monday to appeal a $20 million jury award to the family of a Colorado woman who died after an inflatable in-ground pool slide partially collapsed.
Updated: 3:57 PM The public face of the National Rifle Association is imploring members to never surrender their weapons in the wake of recent gun control efforts in Congress that he said will "destroy us and every ounce of our freedom."
Updated: 3:57 PM Legal experts say authorities are placing intense pressure on the widow of one Boston Marathon bomber and three detained friends of the other to cooperate in the ongoing investigation.
Posted: 2:35 PM President Obama spars with reporters at a press conference Tuesday, commenting on Congressional discord, the possibility of chemical weapons being used in Syria, and the Boston bombings investigation.