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FDR Kept Deadly Disease Hidden for Years

Some 65 years ago, as World War II raged in Europe and the Pacific, the American people faced an unprecedented constitutional crisis of which they were completely unaware — and which has remained a secret ever since.

Wizards Player Admits 'Bad Judgment' in Gun Incident

Gilbert Arenas said Saturday he used "bad judgment" in bringing guns into the Washington Wizards locker room.

Iran 'Standing in Own Way'

U.S. official says Iran making mistake by issuing one-month deadline to accept response to U.N. nuclear plan• Iran Warns West It Will Make Its Own Nuclear Fuel

Floods, Mudslides Kill 64 in Brazil

Mudslides and floods kill at least 64 people in southeastern Brazil.

Police: Florida Girl's 1985 Disappearance Solved

Authorities in northeast Florida say they've closed the case of a missing seventh-grader, but the girl's mother says she doesn't believe it.

Mexico Called On to Solve Killing of Calif. Educator

A Southern California school board member was abducted and killed by gunmen while visiting family in Mexico for the holidays, his family said.

British-Flagged Cargo Ship Hijacked by Pirates Off Somalia

A British-flagged cargo ship and a chemical tanker from Singapore have both been hijacked by pirates in the perilous waters off the coast of Somalia, officials said Saturday.

Police Shoot Man Attacking Muhammad Cartoonist

Police shot a Somali man wielding an ax and a knife after he broke into the home of an artist whose cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad with a bomb-shaped turban outraged the Muslim world, the head of Denmark's intelligence agency said Saturday.

News Corp., Time Warner Reach Fox Programming Deal

Time Warner Cable Inc. and News Corp.

British PM Seeks to Counter Radical Trend in Yemen

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has called for a high-level international meeting on Jan. 28 to devise ways to counter radicalization in Yemen.