Police in Baltimore have made a second arrest in a violent robbery that left a man battered and stripped of his clothes last month while onlookers laughed and did nothing to help.
More than two dozen people filled a Chicago courtroom Tuesday, listening to testimony in the case of the murdered relatives of Grammy-winning singer Jennifer Hudson.
If AT&T and Verizon are any indication, it could be a rough quarter for Apple. IPhone sales at the two biggest U.S. wireless carriers came in well below expectations. AT&T said Tuesday morning that it sold 4.3 million of the devices and Verizon reported last week that it sold just 3.2 million in the first three months of 2012. That's down 43% and 24% respectively from the previous quarter. Wall Street analysts had expected around a million more iPhone sales between the two carriers.
Home prices hit new post-bubble lows in February, according to a report out Tuesday.
On July 1, the interest rates on student loans subsidized by Uncle Sam will double to 6.8%.
Much stronger-than-expected iPhone sales helped Apple nearly double its profit last quarter.
U.S. stocks finished mixed Tuesday, with the Dow holding onto solid gains, while Netflix's disappointing outlook weighed down tech stocks.
Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney are likely to meet in early May to discuss a Santorum endorsement, his role as a Romney surrogate and conservative policy issues, CNN has learned.
Two Democratic lawmakers Tuesday called on Mitt Romney to back up his words with action regarding his position on extending the lowered student loan interest rates.
On the biggest day of Republican primary voting since last month's Super Tuesday, the certain GOP presidential nominee and the incumbent president he hopes to unseat both appeared to be in full general election mode.