Metro crash victims 'inseparable’ since prom

David and Ann Wherley were high school sweethearts who were king and queen of their high school prom in York, Pennsylvania. They were preparing to celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary next month, but their lives were tragically cut short last week in the Metro train crash in Washington.

Calls mount for Sanford to step down

Three more Republicans in the South Carolina state legislature spoke out against Gov. Mark Sanford on Monday and said the best thing for him to do in the wake of last week’s scandal is resign.

Poll: Three-quarters favor pullout from Iraqi cities

A national poll suggests that nearly three-quarters of all Americans support the plan to withdraw most U.S. combat troops from Iraqi cities and towns, even though most respondents said they think the troop movements will lead to an increase in violence in that country.

Obama vows to gays to overturn 'unjust laws’

President Obama honored Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month with a White House reception Monday where he likened the struggle for gay rights with the struggle of African-Americans for civil rights.

GOP applauds overturning Sotomayor ruling

The political response to the Supreme Court’s overturning a ruling by the woman who could be its newest member was sharply divided, with Republicans supporting the ruling while Democrats criticized it.