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Federal Buildings Fail Security Test

Report says bomb-making materials snuck into federal buildings, past police agency charged with security

Cracking the Whip

Obama's chief of staff works with skeptical House Democrats to craft legislation to reform health care

Mystery Surrounds Michael Jackson's Burial

It appears unlikely that the cemetery will be Forest Lawn Memorial Park, as was originally expected

Fiery Conn. Standoff Ends With Husband's Surrender

An advertising executive who snatched his ex-wife from a parking lot, held her hostage for hours during a standoff with police and then refused to leave their burning home finally surrendered when flames made their way to the basement where he was hi

Churchill Can't Reclaim Job After 9-11 Nazi Comparison

Judge refuses to reinstate a University of Colorado professor who was fired on plagiarism charges after likening Sept. 11 victims to a Nazi, even though a jury ruled in that his firing was politically motivated.

Soldier Could Face Death Penalty Over Iraq Killings

An Army sergeant charged with killing two U.S. soldiers at their patrol base in Iraq opened fire to protect himself, his defense attorney said at the end of a hearing to determine if the case goes to a court-martial.

Vet Visits

During tough economic times pets can suffer right along with their owners. Some vets have reported a small drop in customers coming in for their pets regular preventative care such as heart guard medications or teeth cleanings. While overall v

Jackson Memorial

LOS ANGELES (AP) - An all-star list of musicians, athletes and other celebrities has bid farewell to Michael Jackson in an emotional ceremony in Los Angeles. Motown music mogul Berry Gordy Jr.

Official: L.A. Detective From Rodney King Case Kills Self

A veteran Los Angeles police detective who testified at the Rodney King trial killed herself after walking into the lobby of a suburban sheriff's station, authorities said Tuesday.

Wallet Stolen in 1982 Found in Central Park Tree

Money doesn't grow on trees, but a tree-care supervisor in New York City's Central Park found an old wallet inside a dead one.