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Police: Missing Idaho Boy's Disappearance 'Suspicious'

Police investigating the disappearance of an Idaho boy missing for a week said Friday they are afraid the child may have been the victim of a tragedy.

House OKs $$ for 'Clunkers'

Legislation pouring $2 billion into financially strapped car purchase program still has to pass Senate | VIDEO

Report: Dodd Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer

The Connecticut Democrats is scheduled to have surgery during the Senate's August recess, the Hartford Courant reported Friday.

Cold Feet? Calif. Newlywed, 81, Mysteriously Vanishes

An 81-year-old California newlywed mysteriously vanished after marrying his childhood sweetheart 59 years after he proposed — and investigators are wondering whether they have a case of cold feet on their hands.

Mexico Shuts Cancun Beach, Alleges Sand Was Stolen

Surprised tourists found their little piece of Cancun beach paradise ringed by crime-scene tape and gun-toting sailors on Thursday.

$$$ U.N. Strategy Shows Little Effect in Bangladesh

The U.N. unveiled a multimillion dollar strategy a dozen years ago to save children worldwide, but a new study has found the program had surprisingly little effect in Bangladesh, one of the world's poorest countries.

Bad Employer Bailout?

Health care reform legislation could provide loophole for undocumented workers to get coverage• ObamaCare Takes Hit in Poll

Report: Ortiz, Ramirez Tested Positive for PEDs in 2003

David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez were among the more than 100 Major League Baseball players who tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs in 2003, The New York Times reported.

Afghan Headmaster Risks His Life to Give Girls an Education

Aziz Royesh opens the doors to Marefat High School every morning with one eye gazing toward his country’s future — and the other looking warily over his shoulder. All because his school provides an education to girls, as well as boys.

Iran Police Beat Mourners Gathered at Memorial

Iranian police fired tear gas and beat anti-government protesters with batons to disperse thousands attending a memorial at the graveside of a woman whose killing made her an icon of the opposition movement.