The Los Angeles Times reports Obamacare enrollment in Kentucky is outpacing estimates.
Senator Rand Paul is OutFront with his take on the Obamacare enrollment numbers.
George Zimmerman was back in court Tuesday, four months after being acquitted in the murder of Trayvon Martin.
He was charged with aggravated assault and criminal mischief after allegedly pointing a shotgun at his girlfriend.
The judge agreed to release him on a $9,000 bond, but set a number of restrictions.
David Mattingly is in Sanford, Florida.
A Virginia state senator was brutally stabbed in his home Tuesday morning.
Creigh Deeds, a former Democratic candidate for governor was found with multiple stab wounds to his head and torso.
Investigators say his son Austin, "Gus" Deeds stabbed him and then took his own life.
According to the Richmond Times Dispatch, Gus Deeds was having mental health issues and was given an evaluation Monday, but was released because there weren't enough beds to keep him.
Police are investigating the case as an attempted murder-suicide.
Florida Republican Trey Radel was arrested in late October for "unlawfully, knowingly and intentionally" possessing cocaine.
The freshman congressman is facing up to 180 days in jail and will appear in court Wednesday.
Dana Bash is OutFront from Capitol Hill with the latest.
A Department of Homeland Security employee was placed on leave three months ago for running a racist website.
He is still employed by the agency even though a former supervisor told the Southern Poverty Law Center that "everybody in the office is afraid of him."
So why is he still collecting a paycheck?
Tom Foreman reports.