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2010 Oscar winners

LOS ANGELES, CA - The 82nd Annual Academy Awards took place Sunday night in Los Angeles.Celebrities were decked out in their Sunday best, but best dressed is only a consolation prize.

American-Born Al Qaeda Suspect Nabbed in Pakistan

An American member of Al Qaeda was picked up in a raid in Pakistan's southern city of Karachi, Pakistani officials said Monday, but reversed earlier assertions that the detained man was the terror network's U.S.-born spokesman.

N. Korea Says It Is Ready to 'Blow Up' U.S., S. Korea

North Korea's army said Monday it is ready to "blow up" South Korea and the U.S., hours after the allies kicked off annual military drills that Pyongyang has slammed as a rehearsal for attack.

Polls Close in Iraq as Insurgent Attacks Kill 36

It could be days until results come in and with the fractured nature of Iraqi politics, it could take months to form a government.

Close Associate of Usama bin Laden Arrested in Pakistan

Abu Yahya Azam, a close associate of Usama Bin Laden, was arrested in Karachi Sunday and has been taken to custody, Fox News confirms.

Two Missing Calif. Teen Cases, 2 Different Responses

Perhaps the biggest determinant in getting the attention of law enforcement and reporters is whether there are signs of foul play that may put other children at risk

'Jihadis' Have Hamas Running Scared in Gaza Strip

The commander of Hamas' armed wing recently penned an urgent letter to Hamas leadership in Damascus lamenting what he called Hamas' "deteriorating" authority in the Gaza Strip.

Anti-Gang Police Officer's Car Booby Trapped

An anti-gang officer in Hemet, Calif., discovered a deadly device attached to his car — in what appears to be the third attempt in the past two months to injure or kill members of an anti-gang unit in southwest Riverside County, MyFoxla.com reported.

Va. Attorney General: Colleges Can't Ban Gay Discrimination

Virginia's attorney general is advising the state's public colleges to rescind policies that prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation.

In Election Surprise, Radical Cleric Urges Iraqis to Vote

Muqtada al-Sadr urged Iraqis to turn out in large numbers in Iraq's parliamentary election Sunday and give their support to those who he said were "faithful" to the Iraqi people