Coroner: Weapon and Wound 'Not Compatible' in Knox Case

An Italian news agency says a coroner and defense consultant has testified in the trial of American Amanda Knox that a knife believed to have been used in the slaying of a British student is "not compatible" with the victim's stab wound.

Robert McNamara Dies

URGENT: Longest-serving defense secretary under Presidents Kennedy and Johnson dies at 93

Homicide Car Bomb Kills 4 NATO Troops in Afghanistan

A homicide car bomber struck early Monday outside the main NATO base in southern Afghanistan, killing two civilians and wounding 14 other people, as U.S. Marines pressed a major anti-Taliban offensive in a neighboring province.

Man Charged With Killing Fiancee in Crash

A Florida man accused of killing his fiancee and two other people in a holiday car crash is headed to court.

Study: Daily Dose of Caffeine May Cure Alzheimer's

Three large cups of coffee a day could help to slow the progress of Alzheimer’s disease and even reverse the condition, researchers say.

Obama Seeks Russian Thaw

Presidents Medvedev and Obama to hold first U.S.-Russia summit in 7 years, may announce arms treaty progress

Judge Approves Plan to Sell GM Assets

Federal bankruptcy court approves General Motors plan to sell its best assets to new, government-backed company

Iran Warns of 'Real' Action if Israel Attacks Nuke Sites

Iran is ready to take "real and decisive" action if Israel attacks its nuclear facilities, a senior Iranian parliamentary official said Monday.

Mom Accused of Withholding Autistic Son's Cancer Meds

A woman accused of withholding cancer treatment from her autistic son has been charged with attempted murder.

Wildfire Burns Northwest of Los Angeles

Firefighters are battling a wildfire that has burned about 130 acres in the Angeles National Forest northwest of Los Angeles.