Was It Worth It?

Fourteen nations, 48,620 miles, 25 days overseas — can Obama declare foreign policy missions accomplished?

Fake Guests Built Bombs in Hotel Room in Jakarta Blast

Suicide bombers posing as guests attacked American luxury hotels in Indonesia's capital and set off a pair of blasts Friday after evading hotel security, smuggling explosives into the Marriott and assembling the bombs in a room.

Cops: Felon Arrested for Providing Gun That Killed McNair

Federal agents have arrested a convicted murderer for allegedly providing the gun later used to kill ex-NFL quarterback Steve McNair.

Murdered Florida Couple's Safe Contained Jewelry

The spokeswoman for the family of a slain wealthy Florida couple says the safe stolen from their home contained only jewelry, family documents and children's prescription medication.

Pope Benedict XVI Leaves Hospital After Breaking Wrist

Pope Benedict XVI emerged smiling from the hospital Friday after undergoing surgery for a broken wrist due to a fall at his Alpine vacation chalet.

Alleged U.S. Missile Kills 5 Militant Suspects in Pakistan

A suspected U.S. missile strike in a Pakistani tribal region killed at least five alleged militants Friday, officials said.

Authorities Seek Driver Who Repeatedly Ran Over Man

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is asking for help finding the driver who repeatedly ran over a South Carolina man in a parking lot near the Georgia Dome.

Iranian Police Tear-Gas Protesters at Prayer Sermon

Outside Tehran University, where the prayers were held, pro-government Basiji militiamen in front of a line of riot police fired tear gas at hundreds of opposition protesters who chanted 'death to the dictator.'

Second Worker Dead in Madonna Stage Collapse

The Marseille hospital authority says a second person has died after the roof of a stage being built for a Madonna concert collapsed.