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6.5-Magnitude Earthquake Hits Northern California

A magnitude-6.5 earthquake struck off the coast of Northern California Saturday afternoon, damaging buildings, knocking out power in several coastal communities and leaving a trail of broken windows and dishes south of the Oregon border.

CIA Bomber's Video Points to Pakistani Taliban

The Jordanian doctor who killed seven CIA employees in a suicide attack in Afghanistan said all jihadists must attack U.S. targets to revenge the killing of the Pakistani Taliban leader, according to a posthumous video on an Arabic news channel.

Sister: Murdered Model 'Was a Fighter'

North Miami police detectives have examined two surveillance videos that may show the California woman's last moments alive

Tough Chat With the Unions

Obama will meet with union leaders about opposition to proposed tax on high-cost 'Cadillac' insurance plans

Risk of Power Collapse a Political Threat to Chavez

Chavez on Friday said his government is determined to keep Guri Dam from falling to a critical level where the turbines start to fail in the next several months

A Bill Worth Stalling For?

Mass. GOP candidate for Kennedy's former seat accuses Dems of disregarding voters to pass health care bill

Man Arrested in Newark Airport Security Breach

The man believed to have caused a security breach that resulted in major delays last weekend at Newark Liberty Airport was arrested Friday night at his home, authorities said.

Abortion Showdown Looms

HEALTH CARE COUNTDOWN:Congress struggles to find compromise on preventing tax-funded abortions as it enters last phase of negotiations

Men Arrested at Heathrow Airport After 'Verbal threat'

Sky News crime correspondent Martin brunt said the men were described as 'people who had too much to drink'

Unruly Passenger Diverts Plane; F-16s Deployed

An airliner from Atlanta to San Francisco was diverted to Colorado today due an unruly passenger, officials said.