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Housing Still Elusive in Haiti Ahead of Torrential Rains

Trash and sewage are piling up at the squalid tent camps that hundreds of thousands have called home since Haiti's devastating earthquake — and with torrential rains expected any day, authorities are not even close to providing the shelters they prom

Report: N. Korea to Rejoin Nuclear Talks in April

North Korea plans to head back to the bargaining table early next month for talks aimed at ending its nuclear weapons program, a news report said Saturday.

Colo. Mom Second U.S. Woman Nabbed in Terror Plot

Jamie Paulin-Ramirez is in the custody of the Irish police, along with six other individuals, arrested as part of an investigation into a conspiracy to commit murder, according to officials familiar with the case

Startling Portrait Emerges of N.J. Al Qaeda Suspect

A startling portrait is emerging of a New Jersey man suspected of travelling to Yemen to train with Al Qaeda

Mexican military copter over U.S. neighborhood

BROWNSVILLE — The Zapata County sheriff Thursday was questioning why a Mexican military helicopter was hovering over homes on the Texas side of the Rio Grande.

DOJ: Holder Info Incomplete

Day after concerns raised over AG not disclosing work on terror-related case, Justice Dept. says more files missing

Dem Abortion Feud Deepens

Rep. Stupak says party leader told him, 'We want to pay for abortions,' as Dems try to get health bill over finish line

Court upholds 'under God' in Pledge of Allegiance

SAN FRANCISCO – A federal appeals court in San Francisco upheld the use of the words "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance and "In God We Trust" on U.S.

Man at Wheel of 'Out-of-Control' Prius Has Troubled Past

The man who became the face of the Toyota gas pedal scandal this week has a troubled financial past that is leading some to question whether he was wholly truthful in his story.

Al Qaeda Suspect Worked at U.S. Nuclear Plants

An American charged in Yemen with being a member of Al Qaeda had worked at nuclear power plants in the U.S., a spokesman for a group of plants in New Jersey said Thursday. But a state official said the man did not breach security there