Palin E-Mail Hacker Convicted

A jury in Tennessee convicts man who hacked Sarah Palin's e-mail account on two of four charges

U.S. Silent When IranGot U.N. Women's Post

As outrage builds over Iran's selection to U.N. women's rights panel, official says U.S. was powerless to do anything because Iran faced no competition

Horse racing season begins

SHREVEPORT - The 37th racing season at Harrah's Louisiana Downs starts tomorrow. The festivities begin as the Kentucky Derby is televised, followed by live racing. The season lasts through October.

U.S. Launching Air AssaultAgainst Monster Oil Slick

Defense Secretary Gates OKs use of C-130 aircraft to fight Gulf oil spill as State of Emergency is declared in Florida

Ariz. House OKs Ethnic Studies Ban

After new law on illegal immigrants, Arizona Legislature sends governor bill to ban ethnic studies programs

Lost iPhone Finder 'Regrets Mistake'

Identity of the infamous bar patron who scooped up an iPhone prototype from a California beer garden is revealed

Rep: Deport Children of Illegals, Too

Congressman Duncan Hunter declares 'it takes more than walking across the border to be an American citizen'

Clinton Warns Iran and Syria

Obama administration says weapons activity by Syria and a nuclear-armed Iran threatens stability of entire region

51st State On the Horizon?

House passes Puerto Rican statehood measure that critics say is a partisan maneuver to benefit Dems

Arizona Law 'Not Right' for Texas

Lone Star State Governor Rick Perry upholds the state's long-held tradition of rejecting harsh anti-immigrant policy