New Images Show Where Tomorrow's Stars Will Be Born

Submillimeter light reveals vast, chaotic area of dust, gas at center of our own Milky Way galaxy.

Cybercriminals Steal $415,000 From Kentucky County

Gang based in Eastern Europe used viruses to secretly take control of computers used by county officials, including country treasurer and local judge.

Airline May Introduce Standing Room Only Section

Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary wants passengers to stand on the budget airline’s flights, in a bid to pack in more people and boost profits

Portable Bathroom Pipe Bomb Explosion Injures Teen

Police say a teenager was injured by shrapnel from a pipe bomb that exploded inside a portable bathroom in a public park.

RAW DATA: Lawyers and Judge Back and Forth at Jackson Will H

Unedited back-and-forth between attorneys and judge at Monday's LA Superior Court hearing

Shooting Unveils Different Sides of Ex-NFL Quarterback

The details surfacing after Steve McNair's death stand in stark contrast to the public persona he enjoyed during his career.

Mass. Mom Pleads Not Guilty to Denying Son Meds

A woman accused of withholding cancer treatment from her autistic son by canceling appointments and not filling prescriptions pleaded not guilty Monday to an attempted murder charge in the boy's death.

Homicide Car Bomb Kills 4 NATO Troops in Afghanistan

A homicide car bomber struck early Monday outside the main NATO base in southern Afghanistan, killing two civilians and wounding 14 other people, as U.S.

Study: Daily Dose of Caffeine May Cure Alzheimer's

Three large cups of coffee a day could help to slow the progress of Alzheimer’s disease and even reverse the condition, researchers say.

Obama Seeks Russian Thaw

Presidents Medvedev and Obama to hold first U.S.-Russia summit in 7 years, may announce arms treaty progress