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Teen Survives After Being Stabbed in Head by 10-In. Knife

A teenage boy playing a video game at an Internet café in China was stabbed with a 10-inch knife that went clear through his skull — and survived with little noticeable damage, according to a report.

European privacy battle looms for Facebook, Google

GENEVA – You have been tagged in 12 photos — even if you're not signed up to the Web site.

Mass Cyber Attack Traced to China

Officials say attack on Google, U.S. companies was part of suspected China gov't operation to steal corporate secrets

New Terror Tactic: Breast Bombers?

Plastic surgeons reportedly fitting female homicide bombers with explosive breast implants to blow up planes

Obama to Seal Abortion Deal

Pro-life Dems invited to private signing of Stupak-negotiated exec order that helped pass health reform law

Ann Coulter Silenced by Protests

Commentator's speech at University of Ottawa canceled after 2,000 'threatening' students pose a security danger

GOP Plots New Game Plan

Once largely unified in opposition to Dem ideas, some Republicans now feel certain issues are harder to fight

Revenge at the Polls

With health care reform now signed into law, Republicans plan to end Dems' reign — by taking over the House

President Obama signs health care reform into law

WASHINGTON - After months of political bickering between Democrats and Republicans over health care reform, President Obama signed health care overhaul into law today. A House vote on Sunday sent the 10-year, $938 billion bill to the president.

1st Sikh in decades graduates Army officer school

SAN ANTONIO – The soldiers in standard-issue fatigues and combat boots stood side-by-side repeating their creed: "I am an American soldier. I am a warrior and a member of a team.