Not So Fast — Troops are staying a little longer in Afghanistan.
Netanyahu now says he favors a two-state solution.
Texas sues to block family medical leave for same-sex couples.
Spring snow hits the East Coast.
FAA okays Amazon delivery drones.
Gunmen in Tunis kill 19 in museum.
Netanyahu vows to form new government.
Japan probes death threats against Ambassador Caroline Kennedy.
Suspect captured in Arizona shooting spree.
The Fed didn’t make any waves on the economy.
Netanyahu wins in Israel election.
New Secret Service director has a rough day on the Hill.
Rep. Aaron Schock (R-IL) resigns over financial flap.
USAF vet charged with trying to join ISIS.
NFL player Chris Borland quits after rookie year rather than risk concussions.
It’s Election Day in Israel and Netanyahu seems desperate.
An arrest has been made in Ferguson in the shooting of two police officers.
White House to Congress: STFU, already.
Boston had the snowiest winter ever.
California is still deep in drought.
SWAT teams moved on a house in Ferguson to detain suspects for questioning in the shooting Wednesday night.
Iraqi forces captured most of Tikrit from ISIS.
South African mercenaries are in Nigeria to fight Boko Haram.
Putin is fine, according to the Kremlin, putting the kibosh on rumors of illness.
American and British aid workers infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone.
Russia says it has the right to put nukes in Crimea.
Iraq makes gains — and losses — against ISIS.
Secretary of State Kerry bashes the 47 letter.
Ferguson chief of police resigns.
Two police officers shot in Ferguson after protest.
Utah okays firing squad as backup for executions.
ISIS is being beaten back from Tikrit by Iraqi forces.
The Israel election is next week and getting close between the rivals.
The University of Oklahoma expelled two students connected with the SAE racist video.
President Obama signed the “Student Aid Bill of Rights” law.
Stocks fall on strong dollar worries.
Gun ownership is down in America.
ISIS is having internal issues.
Iran reacts negatively to the letter from GOP senators.
The University of Oklahoma boots out a frat over a racist video.
Ferguson judge who was blasted in commission report resigns.
Helicopter crash in Argentina kills 10.
Two suspects arrested in Nemtsov assassination in Moscow.
Fire dwindling after Illinois train derailment.
Canada and Kurds disagree over soldier’s death in Iraq.
Protests continue in Madison after unarmed teen shot.
Priceless Michelangelo documents held for ransom.
U.S. ambassador to South Korea attacked.
The Senate tried and failed to override the veto of the Keystone XL pipeline bill.
Iran official says we are “very close” to a deal on nukes.
Boston bomber’s lawyer says he did it in opening statement.
Man burned by fajitas while praying can’t sue.
Prime Minister Netanyahu speaks to Congress.
Alabama Supreme Court defies marriage equality in that state.
Obamacare faces Supreme test today.
Edward Snowden wants to come home.
Former C.I.A. head David Petraeus pleads guilty to mishandling documents.
Thousands march in Moscow to honor assassinated critic of Putin.
Iraq launches attack on ISIS north of Baghdad.
Poll says nearly half of voters oppose speech by Netanyahu.
U.K. girls thought to be in Syria spotted on video.
Homeland Security shutdown averted for a week.
Three men from Brooklyn were arrested on charges of plotting to foment terrorism in collusion with ISIS.
The Senate moved a clean DHS funding bill towards passage. The House, on the other hand, is not happy about it.
New Fukushima reactor leak went unreported for months.
Morgan Stanley will pay fine of $2.6 billion to settle the mortgage cases.
Chicago voters forced the mayoral election into a run-off.
President Obama vetoed the Keystone XL pipeline bill.
Afghan official says peace talks set to begin with Taliban.
No federal charges filed against George Zimmerman in Trayvon Martin case.
Train derails after hitting semi in California.
Very rare Shakespeare first folio discovered.
Secretary of Defense stands up for transgender people in the service.
Malls in U.S. on alert after terror threat.
More winter weather hits the South.
South African miners rescued after fire.
New killer virus found in Kansas.
And the Oscars went to… (And my brother was right about Birdman.)
Germany says nein to Greece’s proposal to resolve its debt crisis.
President Obama calls for expansion of human rights to fight extremism.
Wal-Mart to pay $10 an hour minimum wage.
Superbug — Nearly 180 people may have been exposed to a deadly virus at a hospital in Los Angeles.
A first for Texas: a same-sex couple were granted a one-time-only marriage license.
Brrrr — Cold wave strikes the Midwest and East Coast.
U.S. to equip moderate Syrian rebels. (Define “moderate.”)
Taliban suicide bombers struck a police station in Afghanistan.
Ukraine — It’s not really a “cease fire” if people are still getting shot at.
The derailed train carrying crude oil in West Virginia kept burning.
A delegation of House Democrats led by Nancy Pelosi traveled to Cuba.
Oregon gets a new governor today.
President Obama asked Congress for an AUMF against ISIS.
The U.S. and Britain abruptly closed their embassies in Yemen.
GOP Senator says it’s time to give up the fight on immigration.
Diplomats are trying to work out a peace agreement for Ukraine.
North Carolina man held in killing of three Muslim students.
CBS News correspondent Bob Simon, 73, killed in a car accident in New York City.
Alabama Chief Justice defies court ruling on marriage equality.
More snow hits the Northeast.
Second death in second shark attack in two days in Australia.
Violence ahead of soccer match in Egypt kills 22.
Who won a Grammy?
Jordanian air force hits ISIS targets.
U.S. and European allies work to find peace in Ukraine.
NTSB says train engineer hit emergency brakes before NY fatal crash.
Anthem Healthcare hacked; up to 8 million records stolen.
Radio Shack files for bankruptcy.