Space Shuttle Endeavour Nears Space Station

Space shuttle Endeavour is closing in on the international space station following a two-day chase.

Islamic Supremacist Group Holds First U.S. Conference

A group committed to establishing an international Islamic empire with reported links to Al Qaeda is stepping up its Western recruitment efforts by holding its first official conference in the U.S.

Spend... or Go Bankrupt?

Biden defends stimulus, suggesting that without massive federal spending the country would go bankrupt

Sen. Boxer Gets an Earful on Race

Black Chamber of Commerce exec accuses senator of racially condescending to him at committee hearing

Man Waits to Feel Wife's Touch After Hand Transplant

Jeff Kepner, the first U.S. double hand transplant patient, says he is looking forward to being able to feel his wife's hand as he holds it.

ANALYSIS: Hardest Hit Areas Get Least Stimulus Money

President Obama promised the stimulus bill would give help to 'those hardest hit by our economic crisis,' but a FOXNews.com analysis found a perverse pattern: the states hardest hit by the recession received the least money.

'Harry Potter' Star Pleads Guilty to Growing Marijuana Farm

A teenage cast member of the "Harry Potter" movies has appeared in a London court and admitted to growing marijuana

5 Police Officers Shot, 2 Suspects Killed in New Jersey

Five police officers were shot and two suspects killed in an early-morning shootout Thursday in Jersey City, N.J., according to Police Chief Thomas J. Comey.

CIA Sought to Activate Plan

Officials proposed activating secret plan to train teams to kill Al Qaeda leaders when Panetta terminated program

Honduran Reinstates Curfew, Warns of Action

Honduras' interim government warned of armed actions to return ousted President Manuel Zelaya to power and reinstated an overnight curfew it had lifted only days earlier.