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CIA: No More Airing Secrets

Agency defies court deadline, saying it can't turn over more interrogation papers without spilling classified info

Lockerbie Letters: No Reason Not to Release Bomber

Newly released documents show Britain's Foreign Office advised Scotland there was no legal barrier — or promise to the United States — to prevent the return of the Pan Am Flight 103 bomber to his native Libya.

H1N1: You Have Questions, We Have Answers

We try to simplify the confusion surrounding the H1N1 virus and the vaccine for it, which will be availble this fall.

Couple in Dugard Kidnapping Case Never on FBI Radar

An FBI agent who spent 18 years on the Jaycee Lee Dugard case says the Antioch couple charged in her 1991 abduction were never considered suspects.

Attorney Targets Alleged Terror Ties in Case of Runaway Girl

A 17-year-old girl who fled to Florida after converting from Islam to Christianity will be in "clear and present danger" if returned to Ohio due to her parent's affiliation with an Islamic cultural center, her attorney claims.

H1N1 State of Confusion

Schools and colleges across the country are opening this week and with millions of children and young adults crammed into confined spaces, there is little if any consensus from health officials on how to protect people from H1N1.

Report: Downing Street Approved Lockerbie Bomber Deal

Gordon Brown is dragged into the controversy over the early release of the Lockerbie bomber on Sunday after it emerged that a key decision that could have paved the way for the terrorist to serve his sentence in Libya was approved by Downing Street.<

Police Have No Known Suspects in Mobile Home Murders

Police have no known suspects and are urging extreme caution following the murder of seven people in a dingy mobile home Saturday on the site of a historic plantation in southeast Georgia.

Ex-Israeli Prime Minister Indicted on Corruption Charges

Israeli legal authorities have indicted former Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert on corruption charges.

Pakistan Denies Altering American-Made Missiles

Pakistan rejected accusations its army illegally modified American-made missiles to increase its land-strike capability, denying Sunday that it reconfigured anti-ship weapons in a way that could target India.