National News + World News

Iraq Government Faces Accusations of Prisoner Abuse

Iraqi officials outraged by the abuse of prisoners at the U.S.-run Abu Ghraib prison are trying to contain a scandal of their own as allegations continue to surface of mistreatment inside Iraqi jails.

Doctor Accused of Keeping Bullet Removed From Fugitive

A Florida doctor is accused of keeping a bullet as a trophy after removing it from a fugitive who had been shot by a U.S.

Hit-Squad Plan to Be Probed

House Intelligence Committee to investigate CIA plan to train teams to kill Al Qaeda leaders

Swine Flu: Why You Should Still Be Worried

Swine flu is spreading worldwide faster than ever — so much so that the World Health Organization has decided to stop tracking cases.

Alamo 'Child Bride' Says Evangelist Cut Up Racy Photos

A woman who says she was "married" to evangelist Tony Alamo at age 8 testified at his sex-crimes trial Friday that the minister likely cut into tiny pieces the explicit photos he took of her around that time.

BRITISH OPEN: Tiger Woods Misses Cut

Tiger Woods has missed the cut in the British Open. This is only the second time in his professional career he has missed the cut in a major.

Space Shuttle Endeavour Docks at Space Station

Space shuttle Endeavour has arrived at the international space station.

Was It Worth It?

Fourteen nations, 48,620 miles, 25 days overseas — can Obama declare foreign policy missions accomplished?