Police Bust Man With Used Feminine Hygiene Products

Wright City, MO (KTVI/KPLR) -- Police have arrested a 19-year-old man accused of breaking into women's homes and stealing items. According to Warren County Sheriff Kevin Harrison, police responded to the 11,000 block of Cedar Tree Lane outside Wri

Barnes & Noble chairman wants to buyout company's stores

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Barnes & Noble Chairman Leonard Riggio wants to buy the company's stores unit, and leave the company's Nook e-book business as a separate company. Riggio, who disclosed his plans in a filing with the Securities and Exchange

Border agents find meth in buckets of chicken

Tucson, AZ (KPHO) -- Border agents nabbed two women in a shuttle van who were trying to smuggle bags of meth in buckets of chicken. Customs and Border Protection said the women were arrested at the Interstate 19 checkpoint after Nogales Border Pat

Police name suspect, impound car after fatal shooting, crash on Las Vegas Strip

(CNN) -- Police have identified a suspect in a fatal shooting and crash on the Las Vegas Strip that left three people dead. The suspect is 26-year-old Ammar Asim Faruq Harris, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said Saturday in a press r

Tabasco CEO Paul McIlhenny dies

(CNN) -- Paul McIlhenny, the chairman and chief executive of the company that makes Tabasco sauce, has died. He was 68.

Daytona 500 runs as scheduled day after fans hurt in fiery crash

(CNN) -- The Daytona 500 ran as scheduled Sunday despite a jaw-dropping crash a day earlier that flung debris into the stands at the Daytona International Speedway.

Slaying highlights violence at Mexican tourist hotspot

A Belgian national has become the latest casualty in a popular Mexican tourist destination plagued by violence.

Pope Benedict leads final public prayer, local media buzzes with scandal

Pope Benedict XVI delivered his final public prayer ceremony Sunday to a crowd of thousands at St. Peter's Square in Vatican City, amid rumors of a sex scandal brewing as he prepares to step down.

Controllers must be cut in a week, LaHood says

The Department of Transportation will have no choice but to cut staffing of air traffic controllers if the upcoming forced spending cuts take effect, the agency's boss said Sunday, defending against allegations that the warnings are merely

Kerry's first trip: trying to sidestep the pitfalls

John Kerry's first international trip as secretary of state is right out of diplomatic "central casting" -- at least the first half, designed to avoid diplomatic pitfalls. But that may end up being impossible.