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Official: 26 Pakistani Troops Killed in Helicopter Crash

A military official says 26 security personnel have been killed in a helicopter crash in northwestern Pakistan.

Ex-College Basketball Star on the Run After Bar Killings

A manhunt is under way for a former Slippery Rock University basketball player in the deadly shootings of a pizzeria manager and a college student in North Carolina.

'Options' If North Korea Targets U.S.

White House national security adviser says 'range of options' considered if missile fired | VIDEO

Federer, Roddick to Meet for Third Time at Wimbledon Final

Five-time champion Roger Federer reached his seventh straight Wimbledon final Friday and will face Andy Roddick for a chance at a record 15th Grand Slam title.

Statue of Liberty's Crown Reopens to Public July 4

The Statue of Liberty's crown reopens to the public July 4.

Cash-Strapped L.A. Struggles to Host Jackson Memorial

Michael Jackson's memorial service on Tuesday is expected to jam tens of thousands of fans into downtown Los Angeles, but it's also creating a monumental problem for the cash-strapped city.

Colorado Man Eyed in 100 Burglaries Since 2007

Colorado Springs police say a man who walked away from a work-release program in 2007 may have commited more than 100 burglaries since then.

Authorities Search for 4 Missing Fishermen on Lake Erie

The U.S. Coast Guard and Canadian authorities are scouring Lake Erie for four fishermen whose 19-foot boat sailed from a Michigan park a day earlier.

Iran Cleric Says British Embassy Staff to Be Tried

A top Iranian cleric said Friday that some of the detained Iranian staffers of the British Embassy in Tehran will be put on trial, and he accused Britain of a role in instigating widespread protests that erupted over the country's disputed election.

Sketch Released of Suspected Serial Killer in 4 Murders

Police released a sketch Friday of the serial killer on the loose who they believe murdered four people in six days in rural South Carolina.