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Journalist to Receive 60 Lashes for Saudi Sex TV Show

A Saudi lawyer says a female journalist has been sentenced to 60 lashes for her involvement in a TV show in which a Saudi man publicly talked about sex.

U.N. Inspectors Head to Iran to Visit Nuclear Site

The International Atomic Energy Agency experts are slated to examine an unfinished uranium enrichment facility near the holy city of Qom.

H1N1 Deaths Reach Over 1,000 in U.S.

"Many millions" of Americans have had H1N1 so far, according to an estimate he gave at a Friday press conference.

Dallas Police Cite Drivers for Not Speaking English

Dallas police officers have improperly cited drivers for not being able to speak English 38 times in the past three years, Chief David Kunkle said Friday.

Indian Automaker to License N.Y. Plant for Electric Cars

Battery-powered American car could hit the road next year

Meet the REAL Young Indiana Jones

Young Indiana Jones was a good story. But the real thing is even better. Meet Andrew Du.

Old System Hampers Rush to Produce H1N1 Vaccine

The chief of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday he is just as frustrated as other Americans with the shortage of H1N1 vaccine.

Food Labeling Program Halts Over FDA Concern

A food labeling program created by U.S. manufacturers is being voluntarily halted after federal regulators said it could be misleading to consumers.

Black Box May Not Help Solve Northwest Plane Mystery

The Northwest Airlines plane whose pilots flew past their destination by 150 miles had an older model cockpit voice recorder that only captures 30 minutes at a time, safety investigators said Friday.

State TV: Iran Wants to Buy Nuclear Fuel for Research Reacto

Approval of the draft agreement would be a key victory for President Obama, who has stepped up diplomatic engagement with Iran since he took office.