Fla. Cops: Man Killed Girlfriend's Father, Fled State

Florida authorities are awaiting the extradition of a man who fled to Kentucky after allegedly stabbing his girlfriend's father to death.

Iraq Military: Insurgent Attacks Decline, But Could Continue

The Iraqi military says insurgent attacks are on the decline, but predicts they could continue for a few more years.

Palin's Surprising Political Plans

Governor says she wants to jump back into the national political fray — and that may include stumping for Dems

Holder Eyes Torture Inquiry

Attorney General Eric Holder may appoint a prosecutor to probe Bush-era interrogations, countering Obama's wishes

Palin: Alaska Needs 'Wake Up Call'

Palin hopes latest ethics complaint, for allegedly taking money for interviews, warrants new state ethics policy

Chips in Official IDs Raise Privacy Fears

RFID, coupled with other technologies, could make people trackable without their knowledge or consent.

Cheney Told CIA to Stay Quiet

Government officials say former VP Cheney told the CIA to keep Congress in dark over counter-terror program

Ferry Capsizes Off Haiti Coast, Killing at Least 6

A ferry has capsized off Haiti's southern coast, killing at least six people. Dozens are missing.

Iraqi Car Bomb Kills At Least 4

A car bomb detonated in a market killing at least four people and wounded at least 38 others in the latest Iraqi violence.