Columbine-Style Attack by Armed Calif. Teen Thwarted

A teen armed with a sword and chainsaw who had several pipe bombs strapped to his body was arrested Monday after two explosions rocked San Mateo’s Hillsdale High School, KTVU reported.

$9T in the Hole (give or take a few trillion)

White House projects 10-year cumulative budget deficit at more than $9 trillion, but Congressional Budget Office pegs it at $7 trillion — either way, it's big | VIDEO

S. Korea Launches Its First Rocket, Satellite Fails

South Korea's first rocket blasted off into space Tuesday following an aborted attempt last week and just months after its rival North Korea drew international ire for its own launch.

Walmart Near Civil War Battlefield Wins OK

Officials in central Virginia approved a Walmart Supercenter early Tuesday near one of the nation's most important Civil War battlefields, a proposal that had stirred opposition by preservationists and hundreds of historians.

Full Immunity to H1N1 Virus Won't Happen Until Thanksgiving

The first batch of H1N1 vaccine is on schedule to arrive in the U.S.

Oklahoma Pastor Found Dead Inside Her Church

Authorities have few leads in the killing of a pastor who was found inside her Pentecostal church in southwest Oklahoma.

Scottish Gov't Reamed by Lawmakers for Lockerbie Release

Scotland's government faces a fight for its survival as the furor over its decision to free the Lockerbie bomber escalated last night.

Iraqi Terror Suspect: Passing Checkpoints Cost $10G

Attackers paid $10,000 to get a bomb-laden truck past checkpoints and next to the Iraqi Finance Ministry in last week's attacks, one of the suspected masterminds said in a televised confession.

Report: British PM Briefed on Bomber Release Weeks Ago

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown reportedly discussed details on conditions for the release of convicted Lockerbie bomber Abdel Baset al-Megrahi with Libyan leader Colonel Muammar al-Qaddafi nearly six weeks ago.