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Dad: Son, 4, Trapped in Burning SUV Saved by 'Angels'

The father of a 4-year-old boy saved from a burning SUV in Milwaukee says his son was surrounded by angels.

Longest Solar Eclipse Shrouds Asia in Darkness

The longest solar eclipse of the 21st century pitched a swath of Asia from India to China into near darkness Wednesday as millions gathered to watch the phenomenon.

'Small Breakthrough'

Obama, Blue Dog Dems reach agreement on one of 10 issues that threaten to torpedo health care bill | VIDEO

Weapons Debate 'Heats Up' Senate

Defense bill amendment that would let people carry concealed weapons across state lines sparks debate

Brazil Official Reportedly Calls Israeli FM a Facist

Israel's Haaretz newspaper reported that Valter Pomar, secretary of international relations for the Workers Party, said that Avigdor "Lieberman is a racist and a fascist" during an interview.

Man Sentenced for Trying to Sell Girl to Child Pornographers

A judge has sentenced a Texas man to 30 years in federal prison for attempting to sell his girlfriend's 5-year-old daughter to child pornographers.

U.S. Offers $50M Reward for Mexican Drug Suspects

The Department of State is offering up to $50 million for information leading to the arrests of 10 Mexican drug suspects accused of key roles in a violent organization estimated to have sold more than $1 billion worth of drugs in the United States.

Solution to N. Korea: New Incentives?

U.S., allies craft 'comprehensive package' of incentives to persuade N.

Arab Christian Group Claims Freedom of Speech Violated

The leader of an Arab Christian evangelical group has filed suit against the city of Dearborn, Mich., claiming the city violated his First Amendment right to distribute literature on public property.