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Fast-Growing Christian Churches Crushed in China

Towering eight stories over wheat fields, the Golden Lamp Church was built to serve nearly 50,000 worshippers in the gritty heart of China's coal country.

New Russian missile failure sparks UFO frenzy

MOSCOW – Russia's new nuclear-capable missile suffered another failed test launch, the defence ministry said Thursday, solving the mystery of a spectacular plume of white light that appeared over Norway.

Tiger Woods' texts reveal tortured affair

UNDATED - Tiger Woods is hanging himself with his own words.

China: Population control key to global warming

COPENHAGEN: Population and climate change are intertwined but the population issue has remained a blind spot when countries discuss ways to mitigate climate change and slow down global warming, according to Zhao Bai

'Stossel' Premiere to Take on Global Warming

John Stossel will have plenty to say about global warming Thursday night, when his new show premieres on Fox Business at 8 p.m. EST

Reporter Claims He Was Fired for Anti-Gay Marriage E-Mail

A seasoned reporter who says he was the "conservative wolf" in his Maine newsroom claims he was wrongfully terminated after writing a personal e-mail to a gay marriage supporters questioning their tactics.

Pakistan: Detained Americans Admit Jihad Plan

Five young American Muslims arrested in Pakistan met with representatives of an Al Qaeda-linked group and asked for training but were turned down because they lacked references from trusted militants, a Pakistani law enforcement official said Thursda

Windows 7 complaints begin

UNDATED - Microsoft launched Windows 7 in late October to much fanfare. But, just like with previous Windows upgrades, complaints about bugs have already started rolling in.

Mysterious Light Spiral Dominates Norway's Sky

Thousands of awe-struck Norwegians bombarded the Meteorological Institute to ask what the incredible light could possibly be

President proposes green homeowner reimbursements

WASHINGTON - President Obama proposed a new program Tuesday that would reimburse homeowners for energy-efficient appliances and insulation, part of a broader plan to stimulate the economy.