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Fishing Industry Stung by Plague of Giant Jellyfish

They poison fish, sting humans and even attack nuclear power stations. They are 6 feet wide, up to 440 pounds in weight, and they are pink, slimy and repellent.

U.S. Terror Reports Delayed

Task forces fail to meet schedule for recommendations on how terror suspects should be held and interrogated

Forty Years Ago Today: Apollo 11 Lands on the Moon

At 4:17 p.m. EDT on July 20, 1969, the Eagle lunar lander carrying Commander Neil Armstrong and Lunar Module Pilot Buzz Aldrin touched down in the Sea of Tranquility.

GIs Under 'House Arrest'?

Defense officials reject 'grandstanding' claim that troops are living in 'prison-like bases' since leaving Iraqi cities

Report: Iran Guards Marry, Rape Virgins Before Executions

Members of Iran's feared Basij militia forcibly marry female virgin prisoners the night before scheduled executions, raping their new "wives" and making it religiously acceptable to execute them, a self-professed member of the paramilitary group said

Obama: We Need Reform

President pushes Congress to OK health overhaul, says critics playing politics | VIDEO | FULL COVERAGE

'One Small Step,' One Historic Footprint

40 years later, Apollo 11's Buzz Aldrin describes famous 'leap for mankind' | INTERACTIVE | FACTS | VID

Where's Our $100 Million in Cuts?

FOXBusiness: Today is a self-imposed White House deadline to ID more '09 budget cuts — where are they?

Airman Loses Legs in Botched Gallbladder Surgery

A Texas Airman stationed at an Air Force Base near Sacramento, Calif. has lost both legs after surgeons botched a routine surgery to remove his gallbladder.

U.S. Seeks to Overhaul Afghan Prisons

Development comes in response to concern over detainee abuse, belief Taliban is recruiting militants in prisons• NATO: British Fighter Jet Crashes at Afghan Base