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'Incorruptible' Commandos Sign of Hope in Afghanistan

Better equipped, better trained, better paid and reputedly incorruptible, the Afghan Commando is meant to be everything the Afghan National Army is not.

Police: Loud Sex Leads to Assault Charge for Four Teens

Police in Connecticut say they arrested four teenagers who misunderstood a woman's screams and beat a 25-year-old man who was having sex with her in her bedroom.

Top Diplomat: Sanctions Likely in Honduras

A top diplomat said he is heading to Honduras to demand the return of the president toppled at gunpoint ¬ó a mission he said is likely to meet rejection, bringing diplomatic and economic punishment for the impoverished Central American nation.

Father Fires Gun to Discipline Sons Who Ignore Chores

An elderly Albuquerque father says he fired a gun after his two adult sons refused to do their chores.

Judge Tentatively Acquits Missouri MySpace Hoax Mom

A federal judge tentatively acquitted a Missouri woman in the MySpace cyberbullying case.

Report: Jackson's Ex-Wife Debbie Rowe Says 'I Want My Childr

Also says she'll seek restraining order to keep Joe Jackson away from kids

Williams Sisters to Face Off in Wimbledon Final

The purple "W" logo at Wimbledon might as well stand for the siblings who have made the women's championship their own playground.

Jermaine Jackson Wants Michael Buried at Neverland Ranch

Older brother says he wishes it was him who died instead of Michael

Can Anyone Fill the 50 Nights Michael Jackson Was to Have Pa

One week after his demise there is still no firm plan for how to fill one of London's biggest and most important music venues

Wimbledon Puts Tennis Babes Front and 'Centre'

Players and fans have noted that a string of tennis babes have been slated to play at Wimbledon’s Centre Court, while many of the top-seeded female players have been relegated to the periphery.