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Bodies Dug Up, Plots Resold at Illinois Cemetery

Workers at a historic Illinois cemetery may have dug up more than 100 bodies and dumped them in mass graves at the back of the 150-acre property in a scheme to resell plots to unsuspecting customers, authorities said Wednesday.

Dems Eye New Tax on Rich

Income tax surcharge on top earners emerges as leading option to pay for federal health care legislation

Power Outage Hits L.A., Some Trapped in Elevators

Officials say a power outage is causing traffic jams across the west side of Los Angeles and leaving people trapped in elevators.

More Cyberattacks Expected to Hit S. Korean Web Sites

A computer security company says an additional wave of cyberattacks is expected to hit major South Korean Web sites later Thursday.

Dietary Supplements Recalled After Knife Blades Found

Manufacturer Protica Inc. said Wednesday it is recalling some dietary supplements sold in the United States and Canada because utility knife blades were found in two vials of the products.

Jackson Mystery: Where Is the King of Pop's Body?

A day after a star-studded memorial paid tribute to Michael Jackson, countless questions linger as to the wherabouts of the body of the king of pop and the location of his final resting place

350 Dogs Seized, 30 Arrested in Dogfighting Raids

As many as 350 dogs were seized and about 30 people arrested during raids in five U.S.

Getty Center, College Evacuated Due to L.A. Brush Fire

The world-famous Getty Center art complex and nearby Mount St.

Plane With Five Aboard Missing Off Florida Coast

The Coast Guard is searching for five people whose plane went down off Florida's Gulf Coast.