20 Die As Violence Escalates in Northwest Pakistan

Pakistani fighter jets bombed suspected Taliban hideouts on Monday and a stray mortar crashed into a mosque during prayers as violence in the volatile northwest claimed more than 20 lives.

Scientists Say Farmed Fish May Carry 'Mad Cow' Illness

Three U.S. scientists are concern about the potential of people contracting Creutzfeldt Jakob disease — the human form of "mad cow disease" — from eating farmed fish who are fed byproducts rendered from cows.

Lynndie England Still Haunted by Abu Ghraib Scandal

More than two years since leaving her prison cell, the woman who became the grinning face of the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse scandal says she's tried to find a job, but no one will hire her.

Honduras Torn After President Ousted by Military

Honduras is now torn between two presidents: one legally recognized by world bodies after he was deposed and forced from the country by his own soldiers, and another supported by the Central American nation's congress, courts and military.

N. Korea: U.S. Plotting 'Pre-Emptive Nuclear War'

North Korea criticized the U.S. on Monday for positioning missile defense systems around Hawaii, calling the deployment part of a plot to attack the regime and saying it would bolster its nuclear arsenal in retaliation.

Va. Man Kills Wife, Son Before Turning Gun on Self

A Virginia man fatally shot his wife and adult son and wounded another son before killing himself, authorities said Sunday. Their bodies were discovered in the basement of their burning home.

Woman Admits Sanford Relationship

Maria Belen Chapur says she will not talk about her private life, but released a statement to local media

BET Awards Honor Michael Jackson's Legacy

The BET Awards became the official Michael Jackson TV celebration on Sunday, with joyous tributes to the King of Pop from a New Edition medley of Jackson 5 songs to host Jamie Foxx's tender monologue.

Arizona Moves to Allow Concealed Guns in Bars

A bill moving through the Arizona Legislature has some bar owners fearful that the state is turning back the clock to the Old West.

Boy, 12, Dies After Being Thrown From Bull at Rodeo

Authorities say the boy was competing in the Little Britches Rodeo for youth at the Boulder County Fairgrounds when he was injured Sunday.