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Archaeological-Style Dig at Kidnap Suspect's Home

Contra Costa County animal services Lt.

Source: NYC Terror Plot Suspect Admits Al Qaeda Ties

The man under FBI investigation for alleged ties to a New York subway terror plot has admitted he has ties to Al Qaeda and is in negotiations to plead guilty to a terror charge, FOX News confirmed Friday.

Reports: Yale Coed Murder Suspect May Have Had Help

The Yale University lab technician accused of killing graduate student and fellow lab employee Annie Le may have had help in hiding her body from investigators, according to reports, and another arrest could be imminent.

Policy Could Make You Pay Big Fines for Your Yard Sale

Americans who slap $1 pricetags on their used possessions at garage sales or bazaar events risk being slapped with fines of up to $15 million, thanks to a new government campaign called the "Resale Round-up."

Alleged Jaycee Kidnappers Lived in Squalor

Jaycee Dugard's alleged kidnappers, Phillip and Nancy Garrido, lived in a filthy home surrounded by piles of garbage, hazardous wiring and an open septic hole, according to inspectors who have deemed the home unsafe to occupy.

Guinness' Newly Crowned 'Tallest Man' Wants Girlfriend

Kosen's pituitary gland produced too much growth hormone, leading to his extreme height.

Iranian Official: 'Read Between the Lines' on Nukes

Iranian ambassador calls discussions with the West a 'real, new window of opportunity,' but a confidential U.N.

Report: Yale Murder Suspect Painted as 'Control Freak'

A Yale lab technician charged with the murder of graduate student Annie Le did not enter a plea during his arraignment in a Connecticut court Thursday.

Kentucky Football Coach Acquitted in Player's Death

A former Kentucky high school football coach has been acquitted in the death of a player who collapsed at a practice where the team was put through a series of sprints on a hot summer day.

H1N1 Brings Early Flu Season to Colleges, Public Schools

Public schools and colleges are seeing an early and robust flu season thanks to the H1N1 virus, although some are scratching their heads as to why itÂ’s not as widespread as health officials predicted it would be.