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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

ACORN Fraud Ignored?

Obama Justice Dept. closed investigation into Acorn last year, despite acknowledging 'questionable hiring and training practices' at community group, watchdog says

Massa Probe Kept Alive

House advances ethics probe into ex-Rep. Eric Massa to learn if Dem leaders, aides knew of alleged misconduct

When Tiger Woods is likely to return

On Wednesday, Howard Stern conducted the “Tiger Woods Mistress Beauty Pageant” on his radio show (won by cocktail waitress Jamie Jungers).

Push to Cut Special Deals

White House moves to strip provisions from Senate health care bill as Dems unlikely to make deadline to pass it

Conan O'Brien's tour starts April 12

Conan O'Brien is back! He's hitting the road starting April 12 for his "Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour" and will perform across the country until June 14.

Sony unveils PlayStation motion controller

Sony is on the Move.

Huntington student arrested for bb gun at school

SHREVEPORT - A junior at Shreveport's Huntington High School has been arrested for bringing an unloaded bb gun to school. She's been charged with carrying a dangerous weapon on school property. If convicted, she could serve up to five years in

Can Nancy Pelosi Get the Votes?

Are there enough votes in the House to pass the Senate's health-care bill? As of today, it's clear there aren't.

Texas education board's social studies vote may have wide impact

AUSTIN, Texas — Texas' state education board, rocked by primary elections that may push the influential panel's far-right leanings toward the center, is set to take its first vote on a new social studies curriculum