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Weapons, Map of Military Base Seized After Man's Arrest

Authorities in central New Jersey have seized a cache of weapons and ammunition including rifles, a grenade launcher and a night vision scope from the motel room of a Virginia man.

Neighbor Says Stacy Peterson Said 'I'm Already Dead'

The fourth wife of former Illinois police officer Drew Peterson was sure her husband would kill her, even telling a neighbor days before her disappearance in 2007 that "I'm already dead," according to testimony at a hearing on Monday.

Heat's On U.N. Climate Dog

Despite allegations he's a sloppy scientist, report littered with errors, U.N.'s climate chief says he's staying put

White House brass splits on job stats

White House advisers appearing on the Sunday talk shows gave three different estimates of how many jobs could be credited to President Obama’s Recovery Act.

3 coordinated bomb attacks hit hotels in Baghdad

BAGHDAD — In a coordinated attack as devastating as it was ruthlessly efficient, three bombs unleashed minutes apart on Monday wrecked landmark hotels in Baghdad, undermining faith in Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Ma

Fox ready to swoop in on Conan

FOX is set to move fast to pick up Conan O'Brien for a rival late-night show, according to sources. Talks between O'Brien and Fox could start as early as this week.

'Avatar' replaces 'Titanic' in record books

LOS ANGELES, Jan 24 (Reuters) - "Titanic" just hit an iceberg named "Avatar."

Group: Bin Laden wording 'indicator' of coming attack

Osama bin Laden's word choice in the latest audio message attributed to him is seen as a "possible indicator" of an upcoming attack by his Al-Qaeda network, a US monitoring group warned Sunday.

Nancy Kerrigan's Brother Arrested in Probe of Father's Death

Former Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan's brother was arrested Sunday in connection with the death of their father, who was found unresponsive inside the family's home, MyFoxBoston.com reported.

Watchdog Group: Iran Unrest 'Full-Blown Rights Crisis'

Iran's postelection unrest is a "full-blown human rights crisis," a watchdog group said Sunday, calling on Tehran to free government critics detained during the crackdown.